All of us were created with an innate inner wisdom which guides our lives, serves as an inner “truth meter” and helps us to make important decisions at critical turning points in our lives. Some call this natural gift intuition, spiritual guidance or “gut feelings”. Each of us connects to intuition in our own unique ways. Those with artistic or musical gifts may call upon their muse to inspire them with creative ideas. Those whose work involves great physical or mental endurance may connect with their inner wisdom by challenging themselves deeply to break through the barriers that usually stand between themselves and their inner gifts. Some of us may live very busy lives with little time to tune into our inner guidance, but our dreams serve as messengers to share with us the important information we may have tuned out in the midst of a busy day. Our intuition is a profound gift which connects our embodied physical self with our divine spiritual essence. The soul can communicate with our embodied self through this line of light, and we can develop this inner connection over time through meditation, prayer, and the desire to know ourselves more deeply. Our intuition
Have you had that experience when all of a sudden you just had this huge hunch that something is about to happen, and to your surprise, that intuition was eventually translated to reality? When you feel strongly about something without logical basis to it, that’s called intuition. It comes in three impressions: clairvoyance or “the third eye”, sensing clearly and feeling through listening. Clairvoyance is when your eye goes beyond what it can see. This is when you know what is happening somewhere. Sensing clearly is basically what we refer to as “hunch” or “gut feel.” This is the time when you are overwhelmed with a feeling and you can’t explain it and all you can say is “I just know.” On the other hand, feeling through listening or clairaudience is being able to “listen” between the lines. Intuition also happens at times when a certain sound, whatever it is – be it a car’s honk or a bird’s twitting – ushers in an intense feeling. They say only a number of people are gifted with intuition. Astrologers even insist that people born under the Scorpio or Pisces signs are naturally intuitive it almost borders on E.S.P. But studies have
The popularity of intuitive healing is becoming more and more apparent. Still, there are a number of individuals out there who has never heard of the practice, finding the process quite intimidating. In a more spiritual approach, illnesses are caused by the presence of stagnant energy. By undergoing intuitive healing, your energy flow can be corrected, thus curing you of the sickness. Listed here are three simple steps of intuitive healing you can practice on your own. The first step is for you to locate the problem in your body. Take a moment and pinpoint which part of your body is aching or is having a discomfort. Connect to the emotion you are suppressing because of the pain in your body and let it come to the surface. Let go of your inhibitions and be as scared, as whiny or as angry as you want to be. The next step of intuitive healing requires the activation of your energy flow. It is important to keep your energy moving throughout your body at this point. Find the center of your Intuition, your sixth Chakra as they call it. Your Chakra is located right in the middle of your eyebrows. Tap it
Intuition—a faculty most of us value, many of us have developed, and some of us work with professionally. Especially for those of us who work as professional intuitives or use it in our healing work, intuition’s value to us is so great that it’s woven into the daily fabric of our lives so seamlessly that we don’t even consciously notice at times that we’re using it. We’ve learned that intuition has many benefits over and above the guidance it can give us when we’re looking for insight. It can strengthen our inner voice and thus our confidence. It can help us “read” and understand others, so that our relationships can improve measurably and any conflict be minimized. It can help us to perceive more clearly and objectively. It can give us insight for future directions. It’s ironic that, with all its far-reaching benefits and as much as we revere our inner voice, intuition continues to be relatively hidden from the view of most people and even ostracized. Indeed many of us are tentative in mentioning it at times and may be comfortable discussing it only with those people we consider to be like-minded. The same could be said, of course,
As a psychiatrist I see many people with everything material they can ever want, and still they feel lost. What’s missing is a palpable connection with their intuitive voice, one that will always guide them in an empowered direction.