Sara Shirley intuitive healer Mary Magdalene channel intuition silence

In the hustle and bustle of our modern lives, finding moments of peace and quiet can seem like a luxury. However, amidst the noise, there lies a powerful tool for personal growth and intuitive development—silence.

Embracing silence is not merely an escape from the chaos of daily life but a deliberate and transformative practice that opens the door to profound intuition.

This has been my personal experience.

Rather than seeking the answers outside of myself, I call in my Spirit team, connect into the Earth and into Heaven, and then listen.


And open to receive.

All through silence.

Through turning off the noise, the outside distractions and other peoples’ opinions.

The Symphony of Silence

In a world inundated with constant stimuli, the idea of intentionally inviting silence might seem counterintuitive. Yet, silence is not merely the absence of noise; it is a canvas upon which the symphony of our inner wisdom plays. By consciously incorporating moments of quiet into our lives, we create space for intuition to emerge and flourish.


how to Cultivate Stillness in a Busy World

1. Morning Rituals:

Begin your day with a few moments of intentional silence. Whether it’s through meditation, a breathwork or embodiment practice or taking a short walk, allow your mind to settle and your intuition to gently reveal itself to you.

2. Nature Retreats:

Find solace in nature, away from the chaos of urban life. The rustling leaves, flowing water, and singing birds create a harmonious backdrop that can help attune your inner senses.

3. Mindful Meditation:

Incorporate regular meditation into your routine. This practice not only promotes mental clarity but also enhances your ability to listen to your intuitive insights. You can do this in the morning, midday or at night -whenever you want, really! Adding in prayer and asking your Spirit Team specific questions will help you get clearer answers to what it is you’re looking for.

4. Digital Detox:

Create designated periods of the day for a digital detox. Silence the constant notifications and immerse yourself in the quietude that follows. I actually always have my phone on silent. Don’t let it rule you, it takes away your focus from living in the present, and the constant distractions are not good for you.



Listening to Your Inner Voice

As the external noise diminishes, the internal dialogue becomes clearer. Developing intuition requires active listening to the whispers of your inner self. Here are some ways to hone this skill:

1. Trust Your Gut:

Pay attention to your visceral reactions in different situations. Your body often senses things that your conscious mind might overlook.

Your intuition is usually the first thing that comes to you, so you can trust that too.

2. Journaling:

Record your thoughts and feelings during moments of silence. This can unveil patterns and insights that lead to a deeper understanding of your intuitive nudges. Often, I’ll be writing in my journal and new downloads come through.

3. Creative Expression:

Engage in creative pursuits like art, writing, or music during silent moments. The act of creation often taps into your intuitive reservoir and is such a powerful form of life-force energy!


A beautiful Journey Within

In the tapestry of our lives, silence is often the thread that weaves together the moments of self-discovery and intuition. As you travel forward on this journey within, remember that developing your intuition is not about acquiring something new but rediscovering the innate wisdom that resides within you.


Embrace the art of silence, and let it be one of your greatest allies toward a more intuitive and fulfilling life.

If you’d like support in awakening and amplifying your intuition and your spiritiual gifts, let’s connect for a heart-to-heart. 

With love,
Sara ♡

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PS. Let me know in the comments below what you think about the pairing of silence and intuition! How has this played out in your life?