I have wathed some of the meetup broadcasts…
Up till today I couldn’t make it to join a meetup session as I can’t fit it in my schedule. I live and work in Europe.
Intuition is mentioned a few times.
Decades ago I stumbled unto a book with exercises to learn the language of intuition.
I can’t remember who wrote the book nor the title.
But I remember what the writer tried to tell about intuition.
Your have always access to it.
It always brings answers forward to your questions.
It is always “at work”…
Even on topics or issues that you are not conscience of/ unresolved trauma/ emotions that weren’t processed properly.
How to interpret intuitive information is a voyage of its own. As many people lose to be in touch with it early in live. But anyone can learn to connect to it again.
You can compare it to language of your dreams.
It is unique to every single person.
It can come in words, a melody, a smell, a sense somewhere in your body, a taste, a vision….
Key: it is always soft and does not trigger strong emotions.
If a strong emotion comes up…it is an emotion…not an intuitive guidance.
Indeed emotions can guide you as well…But it is different.
The book had exercises and I enjoyed doing them. And I have used the exercises often.
Do members of the group here have experience with the language of their intuition?
How did you get in touch with it?
Do you have examples?
Or do you have examples of where you say “ouch that was what my intuition was telling me”…but I didn’t pay enough attention to it…and pushed it aside as brain noise?"
For as far as I understand it. It seems that I have climbed trough the window instead of just enter my own house trough the front door.
If I would have learned more about emotions like in Karla’s work, It would have been easier to get access to intuition.
As unresolved emotional stuff did trouble me to be capable to understand the language of my intuition clearer.
At the same time, I know that intuition guides you to situation that can bring unresolved issues to your conscience..so…it is all well. So a detour isn’t a detour per say…it is just a part of the journey.