Some think that doubt isn’t part of my life since I work as an intuitive. Well, I still do. I’m human, just like you. I sometimes question what I feel and then doubt my heart. I question what I “see” and then doubt my mind. And then I chastise myself for even having doubt since I’m an intuitive!
But I’ve learned not to fight my doubt and let her be part of the party. Doubt is my protection, reminding me of discernment. Doubt is my inner 12 year old with broken teeth and thick glasses, wanting to be loved. Doubt is my hesitancy to accept just how powerful I am. Doubt is my reminder to engage in prayer, meditation and chanting every morning and night.
Doubt and faith can co-exist and in fact, are a healthy polarity. Doubt without faith leads to paralysis. Faith without doubt leads to inflexibilty. Life is one big question mark, so both are hugely beneficial while walking our path.