Clients often ask the difference between their intuition and thoughts? As I know it takes practice to identify the difference I'd like to share a few things I have learned along the way.
Intuition typically develops when you are willing to pay attention to your feelings and follow your instinct. It is like exercising a muscle, the more you use it, the stronger you become and the more confidence you build in yourself. The greatest power of these insights is their ability to change your actions and therefore creating transformation naturally.
Now the difference between regular thoughts and intuition is in the quality of information. Thoughts come and go while intuition is often persistent. Thoughts are often linear while intuition is spontaneous and surprising. Thoughts are fleeting and typically uninspiring however intuition is often felt as a whole body experience with sensations and unexplained synchronicity. It's important to note that your intuition will not necessarily give you the message you want to receive. This is often one of the reasons you have the tendency to ignore it.
When you allow yourself to embrace your sensitivity, feel your emotions, allow your intuition to flow and get in touch with your body, you connect back with nature. You start to see and experience the world within and around you from a different perspective connecting back to the intelligence of the universe and your soul.
Wishing you the loud whispers of your divine self!