Guest Author - Elleise
Have you ever walked into a meeting room and felt a clench of the stomach? Have you ever been seated next to a person and had an uncomfortable sensation, for no apparent reason? There are a myriad of examples in which could be given to help identify that which many would call ‘ intuition’. The majority of people refer to similar situations as having to do with “nerves” or being overly sensitive, when in actuality these feelings are merely the body’s interpretation of what it is you are picking up through various means.
Each day information is received and processed. For many of us it is an order, a deadline, directions, homework, chores, verbal, written or computerized instructions and/or communications. When we follow these, and task is completed, we expect much of the same. When this is what is expected more of the same will follow, and so this kind of informative circle begins. There is yet another channel of information we receive, both in our day hours and our nightly. For most, the comfortable term for this is called intuition or dream-state of being.
Whichever term most comfortably is used in describing such things, quite literally we are being guided by and through this channel of intuition. This intuition if paid attention to can lead to wise decision making processes and avenues of growth unexpected by our physical expectations. Even if the intuition goes against everything you have known and wanted up to the moment it is received, most often it will lead to that which is for us. Intuitive purpose is to lead without seeing (in the physical sense of the term). And, it is to introduce that which is being missed or may missed. It is unconditionally available through a channel which becomes more and more open as it is accepted and applied.
You would inhale without much notice if any (unless meditating or exercising yoga where breathing is very much a part of the success of the process). As such, information is taken in through various senses 24/7. How busy you are physically can determine how much of this information you will pay attention to. When there becomes an issue not paid enough attention to in the spiritual sense, you can develop; panic, restlessness, sleep disturbances, health issues or just the sense of being overwhelmed. These are various physical signals to our spiritual self that information and intuitions both, being sent out, are not being received and processed appropriately.
If allowed, by means of understanding more of the self within, this would be the start of one’s ability in retrieving that which is not seen physically but felt through sensation. What many believe to be clairvoyance, psychic and other senses outside of our very basic 5 are, in their own existence, that most true to the self. Clairvoyance is one source through which someone looks without eyes but through feelings. Many are very good at this in particular. Some are just beginning and will find their own specialty. Our extra senses not only help ourselves to lead better, more centered lives, they also help others see what they can not at that time for whatever reasons they can not. A Clairvoyant would serve as guide or spiritual counselor in this manner.
The more one relies on these intuitions, the more the introduction to our extra senses becomes broadened. Extra senses, closely examined spiritually through enlightened guidance and divinity allow for the circle we live most physically often in our times to that of a more spiritual schedule. With this, a perpetual sense of well being and extra ordinary performance will exceed anything we “think”, is possible!
Blessings and being of well to each this finds.