016: Discover Why your Heart should Rule your Head

Your heart knows things that your mind can’t explain



I should say yes.

My children are begging me to say yes.

My friend thinks I should say yes.

My head says I should say yes.

Logically, I should say yes.

Rationally, I should say yes.

That’s it. I’ll say yes.

But it doesn’t feel right.

My gut says no.

I’m not sure why it says no.

But it does.

So, what is my answer?

The answer is no.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about following your intuition and why it’s wise to following your hunch to say no, even when everyone else thinks you should say yes.

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This weeks challenge:

My challenge for this week is to find a pocket of silence, just for 5 minutes somewhere in your day, and start to listen – really listen – to what the voice in your head is telling you.

You probably won’t hear anything at first but don’t feel frustrated and give up if it doesn’t happen straight away. Stick with it, give it time, but do it regularly.

Eventually you’ll start to hear it above the rest of the noise in your life. And one day you’ll discover that your biggest ally and wisest mentor has been hiding out beween your very own ears without you even realising it.

Please leave a comment:

Then tell me in the comments. Did you manage to tap into your intuition? What did it tell you? How did it work out?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

ARTICLE: HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain


ARTICLE: 6 Techniques for Tapping Your Intuition

BOOK: The Power of Thinking without Thinking: by Malcolm Gladwell

PROFILE: Deepak Chopra

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Lisa York

Lisa believes a happy mum brings up happy kids who become happy adults. With four children aged 7, 6, 4 and 2, being kind to herself is an ongoing challenge. But she’s trying.

Lisa lives with her family in Canberra, Australia.

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  1. Lisa York | SuperMum
    Lisa York | SuperMum says:

    Thank you too, Melissa and Debby. I really appreciate how you handled such a difficult topic in a practical yet sensitive way. I know from the feedback, that our mum listeners have found it to be very useful, Lisa x

  2. Melissa and Debby
    Melissa and Debby says:

    Lisa, we wanted to thank you for having us on your Podcast – it was truly an enjoyable experience. We so appreciated your insightful questions that enabled us to share more about how to heal after a difficult or traumatic birth. And thank you for caring so much about mums – it really shows in your podcasts, and we feel very grateful to have this opportunity to reach more women and share the message that birth trauma is real…AND that it is possible to heal. Much love, Melissa and Debby xx

  3. Lisa York
    Lisa York says:

    I hope you enjoyed this very open and honest episode with Melissa and Debby. Did you feel supported and listened to while giving birth? Let me know in the comments! Lisa x

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