I'm often reflecting on how important our quality of Listening is. Listening within, to our own inner voice -- whether it's a bit confused or clear, fearful or bold, willing or unwilling. Just listen, and knowing eventually comes.
And listening to others. The practice of listening without any compulsive need to fix or know the truth about the other person.
Then again, from deep listening you may well have great insights and intuitions to share with them. It's just that in voicing these, you'll have no need to be right or to be the authority about them.
Listening has an intent. To hear what is most true, meaningful and real in our experience. We listen to our process of discovery and our listening amplifies others' process of discovery.