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trust your gut

trust your gut

our subconscious mind is very powerful. it has the power for healing, destroying and creating reality.

the 'gut feeling' is a signal from subconscious mind to do the thing that aligns with your inner chemistry and the actions you take.

do what you love, do as your heart says.

don't trust the mind, because it can rationalize any decision you take.

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