noun. Direct perception of truth, fact, etc., independent of any reasoning process.
The year Monique Luttin turned 30, she was living an Australian rite of passage: a single girl working in London, surrounded by great friends… and diagnosed with ovarian cancer. What happened next is astounding.
Today I’m bringing you Monique’s story, plus other tales of people who, by listening to their intuition, literally saved their own lives.
This is my most ambitious episode yet, and it has been a long time coming – coordinating logistics, time zones, Sydney traffic, lost equipment, Skype/Facetime restrictions, you name it! – but I’m thrilled to finally be able to share it with you.
As you may know, listening to my own intuition played a huge role in getting my cancer diagnosed and treated. This was in the face of blood tests and doctors who couldn’t identify what was going on. I’ve learned how important it is to take time regularly to tune into that small, inner voice, in spite of what others may say. It’s also important for me to surround myself with people who will also listen to and respect my approach.
I found these stories very inspiring. It’s my hope that you will too.
Life’s too short … wear the red shoes
Tomorrow’s Song • Ólafur Arnalds
Dog Days Are Over • Florence + The Machine
Theme Music • Dan O’Connor • www.danosongs.com