Intuition is a listening, a listening that can be informed by- but is not based on rationality or conscious reasoning. In order to hear the voice of intuition, one must trust. Like musicians train the ear to hear and understand the movement and combination of notes and sound, one can train intuition by training trust. The greater the trust, the more subtleties of the intuitive voice can be heard and recognized. Let’s be honest. Trust isn’t easy. It requires vulnerability. It requires facing the unknown and admitting the boundary of control. To train trust requires first to remove the resistance and fear around the unknown and loss of control. What does one trust? One’s own purpose and resilience, the interconnectedness of all beings, and the significance of each and every experience and presence.
How does this come into the praxis?
My intuitive voice speaks to your intuitive voice and also to my conscious mind. I am a bridge. I share what is shared with me. Images, words, colors, questions, tasks, songs, messages, memories, requests… I listen to whatever your intuitive voice tells me, in whichever form it arrives.
These are personal beliefs. There are many possible ways to discuss these subjects. I make no claim that anything on these pages is universally true. It is based strictly on my experience, exposure, education and practice.