What Happened When I Didn’t Listen to my Intuition

Hey, y’all. Briana Clark here with this edition of Coffee and Spirits, where I drink coffee on my cold ass porch and talk about what it’s like to be a psychic medium in day-to-day life. 
All right, so this weekend my family and I went to North Carolina to the mountains, to the Blue Ridge Mountains to tour the historic Biltmore Estate. Now, you probably think I’m about to throw a bunch of ghost bombs on you that I experienced. That is another edition. Today we’re going to talk about intuition and that has everything to do with everybody else.
We all have intuition. And it manifests itself in very different ways. And I’m going to show you the simplest way. Here’s what happened when I didn’t listen to my intuition and could have saved myself a lot of heartache and a lot of bitching from my husband.
So we went to this trip to the Biltmore. A client of mine gave me this amazing gift card, because I sure as hell wouldn’t have been able to pay all that money to go tour a house. So that was awesome. Childhood dream achieved. Check mark. So I wanted to find a place that really enraptured the Blue Ridge Mountains. And I found this really wonderful cabin in River Bend, River Bend Resort in Lake Lure, North Carolina. And it was really cool. Totally within my price range, only 30 miles from Asheville.
Now where I live in middle Tennessee 30 miles from my house takes me about a 15 minute drive. When you’re driving on hairpin turns, it takes you an hour. Noted. But Thursday and Friday before we left, all I could think of and all I kept hearing in my mind was, “You should make food to take with you, plan out all the meals, like fried chicken, mashed potatoes, spaghetti. Take breakfast food.” I’ve never done that, because we always eat out when we go on vacation.
In the end I didn’t listen to my guides. When we got there and it literally takes an hour to get to the nearest gas station or grocery store. I knew I had messed up! 

So at the end of the day, my intuition was saying, “Pack the food. Pack the food. Pack the food.” I didn’t pack the food. At the end of the day, I’m telling y’all, listen to your intuition. Even the smallest my insignificant idea, even the most craziest thought you have come into your mind, if it does it more than once, that’s intuition. Let me know what y’all think in the comments. 

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