Intuition: Never Ignore the Prompting

Kory Bateman, the founder of the Send Out Cards business, had a feeling he needed to say good-bye to his brother, Kris, before moving away. Kory failed to act on that feeling, or prompting, as he calls it. Kris was killed and he never had that chance again.

Kory created Send Out Cards to make it super easy for people to act on their promptings.

Avoid living with regret. Make the effort to contact the person whose name or image pops into your mind. It does not have to be a life or death prompting. Maybe it is a happy reason you will discover by calling, etc.

There is a reason you got the urge.

Today a friend called me. She only called me once before in the past 10 years. (Do you think it is a coincidence I had written a note and changed my energy around my friends who never call and I do all the calling? This dear person called me twice in the past month! )

Well, she said she called because her phone received a call from me today. I had not made any calls to anyone today.

Turns out, in our conversation she said something I have been wondering about and didn’t how to find the solution. She had no conscious awareness that was the case for me. I also had some information for her and had intended to call her.

I figure she got the message to call me from my thoughts. I do not know how my number got in her phone list this morning. I do know I had some info for her.

Perfect, wouldn’t you say? The Universe works in such amazing ways! When you think about someone or their phone unknowingly calls you get a clue and contact them.

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6 Responses to Intuition: Never Ignore the Prompting

  1. So true. I am a SOC customer too, and I never miss a chance now to say the right thing at the right time. I even thanked a guy at the I.R.S. with a card — I bet I gave him a heart attack!
    🙂
    Great minds think alike –I also posted today about avoiding regrets: http://davincidilemma.com/2011/07/regrets-road-not-taken-456/

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa.So cool, poasting on ther same topic. When I used to do live in-person GAgtherings of m Metwphysicl zministry I inevitaby hit the same topic as the inister under whom I trained. So interesting! every timr she spoke – I had just written an article on the same subject!
      I love your site. What you do is so so so needed by those of us born with so many gifts. Tomorrow’s post has a “click here” for your page. Come see and comment again. Lets serve more Davinci Dilremma people!

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    • Ali Bierman says:

      Interesting comment, Carroll. I am not sure I understand your point. Can you state it differently? Do you not agree with something here?

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