When things are said with solid reasons in the simplest form, it becomes much more understandable.

There is no much sense in telling like “I know what it is and how it will end”, if you don’t know how to present it to the world. People won’t be ready to accept or understand your gut instinct if you fail to define it in common man language. And subsequently your followers will a miss a chance to learn a great lesson.

Many a times, we always have a “This is it” feeling, a gut instinct. And often it works out. We are unaware of the reasons behind our gut instincts. They are felt at once.

Instincts are not something in our brain; they are some feelings. In fact, instincts play tricks in our intelligent brain making us cautious on some unfamiliar things, making us conscious on the environment.

They can’t be called as some random thoughts; instead they are some scientific feelers.  It’s actually, every cell in our body thinking alike and working together.

“List every time your gut instinct helped you.” I read somewhere like this. Sounds good, no?

So how do you exercise your intuitive senses to make it sharper?

How do you decide which gut instincts to believe, supporting your feelings with facts?