Confidence and Self- Esteem

“Trusting Your Intuition: Now You Know What You Already Knew”


Hey, beautiful soul!

Today I’m thrilled to dive into a topic that’s close to my heart: intuition. So grab a cozy blanket, make yourself a cuppa, and let’s chat about how your internal guidance system can be your greatest ally in this journey called life.

In the episode below, I go deep into the concept of “Now you know what you already knew,” which might sound a bit mysterious, but it’s all about embracing your intuition. Picture it as that inner compass guiding you through decisions, big or small. Whether it’s choosing a home, pursuing a job, or navigating the tricky waters of relationships, your intuition is that trustworthy feeling, that inner nod saying, “Yes, go for it.”

But, your intuition isn’t just there to help you choose between the menu options. It’s a guardian angel, looking out for you in those moments when you might be oblivious to potential danger. Remember that dodgy alleyway you just knew to avoid that time. Your intuition is the voice saying, “Uh-uh, not tonight,” potentially saving you from unforeseen disasters.

We’ve all been there, right? Those times when we ignored that gut feeling, usually when our self-worth was playing hide-and-seek with us. It’s easy to override your intuition when your mind is preoccupied with making others happy, putting them on pedestals, while you neglect the sage advice echoing from your gut.

You may be thinking “How do I reconnect with my intuition?” Well, that’s precisely what we’ll unpack in the next blog post and linked episode – exploring the wisdom residing in your feeling body. For now, let’s marinate on the idea that you already know what’s best for you deep down. Your intuition is your loyal companion, patiently waiting for you to listen.

Reflect on those times you went against your intuition. Self-worth plays a crucial role here, as lower self-esteem can often lead us astray. The beauty lies in acknowledging these experiences as lessons rather than mistakes. They are signposts pointing you back to what you inherently knew.

It’s fascinating how people reveal themselves in the first moments you meet them. Red flags wave proudly, and your intuition eagerly decodes the signals. Yet, self-worth becomes the filter through which you decide whether to heed those warnings or brush them aside.

Now, take a moment to think about a significant lesson from your past – a moment when you ignored your intuition. “Now you know what you already knew.” It’s about forgiveness, about acknowledging that your intuition was there all along, patiently waiting for you to lend it an ear.

In the grand tapestry of life, there are no mistakes, only lessons. As Robert Greene wisely puts it, people show and tell you who they are right from the beginning. Trust your intuition, for it’s your built-in guidance system, helping you navigate the twists and turns.

So, as we wrap up today’s chat, remember: the universe isn’t against you. It’s cheering you on, presenting lessons to fuel your growth. Embrace the mantra – “Now you know what you already knew.” Trust your intuition, and let’s embark on this journey of self-discovery together.

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Sending waves of love your way, and remember, share the love with friends and family who could use a reminder of their intuition.

Shine on!

With Love,

Em xx

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Meet Your Host, Emma Ritchie

Rapid Transormational Therapy (RTT) changed my life. Back in 2017, I wasn’t in a good head space at all. Several events happened back to back, leading me into a pretty dark place. I was waking up gasping for air, filled with anxious thoughts, feeling insecure, full of self-doubt, and massively lacking self-esteem. I knew I had to get myself out of this and fast!

I threw myself into various therapies but returned to reliving and thinking about what had happened. Not moving on from what had happened.

That’s when I found RTT, and after one session, I felt like I was finally wide awake in the present moment again. I walked out of that session feeling confident, high, excited, and very present. I also knew that I had to learn everything I could about RTT and use it to help others wake up and dive back into thriving in life again.


So why RTT? This was my experience - and it honestly changed my life.