September 17, 2016

On Feeling Betrayed by My Intuition: Part 2

Last year, I shared a video with you on a topic that got a TON of feedback. It was all about feeling betrayed by my intuition.

You see, when I was 19 years old I fell deeply in love. I had no doubt in my mind that I would marry and spend the rest of my life with this person; I felt it in every ounce of my being. While I was right about the first part–I did marry him–I was wrong about the latter. We wound up getting a divorce.

Ending our marriage was to say the least incredibly shocking, painful, and bewildering. I didn’t understand how I could wind up alone when I had so much confidence that this relationship was for me. To watch and discover the lessons I learned, click here.

Naturally, I moved on and embraced that my marriage was a lesson. I saw that I wasn’t betrayed, and I believed I would be able to handle anything similar moving forward.

Well, it’s not as easy as you think. Recently, I was forced to move through this lesson AGAIN. So I’m sharing it with you today with the hope that it can somehow support you in healing from something similar.

In today’s video, I get vulnerable about a recent dating situation. What felt 100% right at first, suddenly turned into something 100% wrong.

Watch to find out the details. And be sure to share your thoughts with me in the comments below. Have you dealt with feeling like your intuition led you in the wrong direction?

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  • Asha

    I thought I was the only way who thought that way when I met a man whom I connected with!!! I loved your blog. It resonated with me all the way. I swear, you express all the ideas and thoughts I am thinking so eloquently in your blogs. Keep up the good work. Cheers!!

    • Nitika

      Certainly not the only one!! Glad this resonated and was helpful!! xx

  • Sherri

    LMAO!!!!! I thought I was loony! I’m so glad I’m not alone with that “magic” feeling. I am very picky about who I date, so I assume my decisions are GREAT! HA!
    Over the years, I have acknowledge and accepted that I actually betrayed my intuition. I get so many whispers (my intuition saying RUN) and red flags, I ignore them and it’s down hill from there. I guess I was enjoying the honey moon faze so much that I didn’t want the reasons that showed up to be the reasons for me to leave the person. I am so much kinder to myself these days….my intuition and me get along much better!lol
    This was a great post! Thanks for sharing!

    • Nitika

      Haha yeah I get it love! So glad this was helpful, and that you’re being kinder to yourself. That’s amazing!! Keep up the great work xx

  • Sara

    Love you Nitika! And I love the magical feeling you describe so well in this video. Thank you for sharing.

    • Nitika

      You’re so welcome, Sara! It’s lovely to see you on here. Thanks for commenting + lots of love!! xx

  • Michele

    Loved, loved, loved this video! It really resonated with me (and my friends) and we’ve totally been there. Thanks for sharing your experiences. It helps more than you could ever know.

    • Nitika

      OH I am so glad to hear that it was helpful for you and your friends! Thanks so much for sharing that. Lots of love! xx

  • Odalys

    Hi Nitika,
    I just watched both videos on betrayal of intuition and I must say I am feeling very angry. You see, two painfully long months ago I left me husband. It’s a very long story. At the time, after pondering over the decision for years, i finally left. It was a very painful decision and one I didn’t want to make but felt it was the only way. Now I find myself filled with regret, feeling like I made the wrong decision. I miss my home and being close to my children – they are 20 and 21 still living at home. My son is in college and my daughter had a baby 6 months ago.
    I am hopeful we can repair our marriage but I am consumed with guilt and I just don’t see that my husband is able to make the changes that are needed. I am beginning to feel very depressed and unmotivated to do anything with my days. Thanks you.

    • Nitika

      Hi Odalys! I hear you, I promise you that I truly do. Without knowing every detail of your story, what I can tell you for sure is that anger is a big and important part of the grieving process. It’s completely normal to have anger come up right now and it might stick around for a little while. If you truly believe you did your best, all you can do is allow yourself to sit in the discomfort of the anger. I promise you, this too shall pass. I have been there. Sending you so much love, always. xx

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