The ego mind relates thoughts to its conditioned points of reference. The mind prompts you to doubt your gut feelings because the mind has none and cannot relate. It judges things that seem to it normal or impossible.
Yet, what if what the mind judges as 'the wildest things' are true? What if changes you sense unfolding within your entire being have no known points of reference? As you cease looking for them, cease comparing, everything is answered. If you find you listen more closely to intuition, you are not alone.
Consider Copernicus. His pioneering work is often viewed as the starting point of modern astronomy. His gut instincts and follow-up research triggered a scientific revolution and also got him in trouble as it diverged from views of era authorties.
Consider Galileo, another scientist who's feelings and research opposed the prevailing views of his era. His revelation that the sun is the centre of this universe evoked discomfort in people who resisted change.
Given the above examples, notice more closely what you are feeling inside. Notice whether the judgmental mind interferes or simply passes through. Notice the prevailing view loses its hold on you as you embrace acceptance. Notice what happens as you focus attention on and read your own vibes. If you can't feel the pulse of this energy vibration, the mind is trying too hard. Lose the mind. Watch what happens as you allow reconnection and activation of all 12 DNA strands.