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Inner Voice II

Inner Voice II BI7456

Trusting our inner voice can be a challenge. In nature, there are many metaphors we can use to remind us how important learning to trust in our own decision making is. For example, the reef heron may remain completely still for hours waiting for the tide to bring food within striking range. Just before striking, you can see the bird ever so gently rocks its body back and forth from left to right while the head remains still. It is as though it is considering options. Then, having learned through trial and error over time, the bird strikes out with alarming speed. When a strike is unsuccessful, the bird simply repeats the activity until success is assured. Over, and over, and over, if necessary. If it gives up, it's dead!
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Trusting our inner voice can be a challenge. In nature, there are many metaphors we can use to remind us how important learning to trust in our own decision making is. For example, the reef heron may remain completely still for hours waiting for the tide to bring food within striking range. Just before striking, you can see the bird ever so gently rocks its body back and forth from left to right while the head remains still. It is as though it is considering options. Then, having learned through trial and error over time, the bird strikes out with alarming speed. When a strike is unsuccessful, the bird simply repeats the activity until success is assured. Over, and over, and over, if necessary. If it gives up, it's dead!