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Intuition and Body Sensations
Have you ever had a feel in the pit of your stomach that put you on edge the rest of the day? Have you ever had a tingling sensation passing a convenient store, purchase a lottery ticket and won? These are just some of the ways our intuition works to get our attention.
Intuition, gut instinct, sixth sense, all interchangeable words we use when we’re trying to describe that feeling of something reaching out to us that didn't quite make the trip by ordinary means. They are all part of a doorway that seems to scan the open highway of information, sensitive enough to deliver fragments of information, whether we go out of our way to use it or not.
There are three primary areas, often referred to as Chakras, where if something is going to trigger our instincts, we’re likely to feel it the strongest. The center of your forehead or the Third Eye Chakra, where it can feel like a tightening sensation or headache at times. The Throat Chakra, right below your Adam's apple, where there’s a slight indentation in your collar bone. Here you might have a sensation of shortness of breath and finally the Solar Plexus or stomach area. Many people can also find goose bumps along their arms and legs or a tingling along their scalp, much like the hairs on an animal's back. Once you’ve identified these areas, you can then take it a step further by association!
For example, if you’re feeling something strongly along your temples or forehead, it could mean there's an indication of an analytical matter in the air, such as downsizing a company or an unexpected financial loss somewhere. If you're feeling something near your throat, almost as if your heartbeat is throbbing in that area, it can represent an emotional matter or someone one dear to the heart. The Solar Plexus area is one where anxious matters are likely to come through. Like when you just feel something isn’t right. You’ve no reason to worry but still you can't take your eyes off the clock or stop asking what time it is. It's a restlessness but not the kind where you just want the work day to end. It's something you just can’t put your finger on.
Intuition certainly has a language all its own, but with a little awareness, practice and association you can easily develop a measure of reference to help decode any signals you might get!
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