Is it difficult for you to listen to your intuition during pet hospice? How many times do you feel like you made the wrong decision by not listening or trusting your intuition during this special time? Have you ever had a gut feeling about something in regard to your beloved companion but chose not to listen? Or have you ever criticized yourself over and over again because you didn’t make the best choice for you or your pet?
Not to worry…these experiences are just part of being human. They are normal and everyone goes through this doubt. But, when you begin to practice and listen to your intuition you can feel a bit more at ease with your journey of pet loss grief!
It might take a little time to trust your gut and you may need some help discovering how to tap into your intuition. But along with knowledge – intuition is equally important when making important decisions in regards to medical treatment plans and the choice of euthanasia. When you take the time to breath and trust your decision you will find that your instinct is what drives you to the place of feeling calm, centered and alive.
And that is not all . . . when you will begin to trust your intuition you feel in control and be able to feel better about your decisions.
Why is this so important to trust your gut feelings? There are so many reasons and I am sharing the most common reasons I have discovered with my clients. Because your experience is unique and special you will find you may have more to add to this list. If so, I would love to hear from you.
Listen To Your Intuition During Pet Hospice ~ 7 Reasons Why It’s Important!
Your intuition can help you….
- Make better decisions
- Manage stress, anxiety
- Feel more in control
- Have a strong sense of self-esteem
- Be kind to yourself
- Be fully present for your beloved companion
- Feel more in balance with your pet loss grief journey
So here is the thing, rather than not trust your decisions and course of action. Try and embrace your innate knowledge. Fully breath and trust those feelings you have. Yes, you will still go through the normal feeling of grief and its stages but when you trust your inner knowing your journey can be softer.
You can then begin to make that shift from fear, stress, suffering and over-abundant mind clutter to a place of peace in your life. You can make these challenges work for you in a healing way.