Today’s article shares the value of journaling and invites us to explore how it can benefit our soul and life.
To clearly experience intuitive guidance, we need to be free and open to receive. Just as we may drop our house keys when our hands are full of grocery bags, likewise, we may drop or miss key intuitive messages when our mind is full of tasks, topics and to-do lists. In today’s article, we’ll share five tips to let go and be open to receive intuitive guidance.
Intuition is both intriguing and fascinating. It can provide us with information, guidance, support and care in urgent and everyday situations—when we’re connected. Today we’ll discuss four ways to open up to intuition to receive guidance that can help us change our life for the better.
This article intends to inspire us to be more open, loving and gentle with ourself as we nurture our personal growth.
Greater awareness is available to us than we currently experience. By choosing to cultivate awareness, we open ourself to experiencing more of life.
When we’re unaware of what’s happening within us, anxiety can easily arise. By being out of touch with what we’re experiencing, we’ve abandoned ourself. Although this experience of being unaware seems to be common, by learning to listen within, we can free ourself from anxiety and experience the peaceful truth within.
Sometimes, we don’t know how we really feel. We may know surface emotions such as fear or anxiety, but we don’t know the underlying emotions that cause those feelings.
To be compassionate of ourself and our emotions means that we are willing to a) be aware of and b) care for our emotions, as a means to increase our experience of joy and reduce our personal suffering.
Can you physically taste foods that are in your imagination but not in your mouth? Do you have a career in the food industry? Are you able to cook by taste alone, without a recipe? If so, you may experience a type of intuitive, extrasensory perception, called clairgustance!
Are you sensitive to sounds? Do you sometimes hear what people will say, moments before they speak those exact words? Do you hear intuitive messages in your mind—that may have opposed your logic? Do you hear layers of sound, like the hum of a refrigerator, under the swooping sound of ceiling fan blades spinning, under the chirping of birds outside, under the gripping of a car’s rubber tires on pavement, under the music or tv show, under the talking of another person, under the sound of your own thoughts? If so, you may experience a type of intuitive, extrasensory perception called clairaudience!