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Sign language

How do we access our intuition? Eleanor Tucker was searching for reassurance that she was on the right path, and learned to interpret the messages

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Rushing back from my last meeting of the day, I have five minutes to buy a birthday card for a friend I’m seeing later. My head is pounding: that sharp, dry-mouthed brain ache you get when you’ve been running on adrenalin all day.

My business, a communications agency for the sharing economy, is unusual and attracting attention – but it’s a start-up, and it’s crushingly hard work.

I stand in the shop, gazing at the wall of greetings cards in front of me, unable to focus because all I can hear is a voice in my head: ‘Is the business going to work? Will it ever be a success? Is it worth it?’

Then, I notice a particular card, its wording out of place among the birthday wishes surrounding it. Suddenly, it’s the only one that I can see. ‘Nothing worth having comes easily,’ it reads.

Later that evening, sitting with my friends in a restaurant, relaxed and happy, my mind wanders back to that message, received from nowhere – but so timely, and so encouraging that it changed the course of my day. Without sounding biblical, or too ‘woo-woo’ even for me, had I been given a sign? I had certainly asked for one, without even realising it. So, could I do it again, more deliberately? And, if I could, how could it help me?

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