Our Intuition Is Our Internal Navigational System
Each of us has an internal navigational system called our intuition. In my work I often demystify what it means to be intuitive, while helping people to connect to their four main intuitive gifts listed below as the four 'Clairs'.
What You'll Need
- An open mind and a willingness to explore.
What You'll Do
- 1. Clairvoyance - This is the ability to see or visualise your path, your next move or the perfect situation. To demonstrate cliarvoyance all you need to do is think about what you need to do tomorrow morning. Do you have a clear sense of how things will progress after you wake up? Can you see who you need to talk to or interact with in your minds eye. This is the muscle you use to activate clairvoyance.
- 2. Clairaudience - This is the voice inside your head, at times it could be supportive and other times it could sabotage you. It has a tone, a sound and a rhythm of speech. Once you tap into this you are tapping into your gift of clairaudience.
- 3. Claircognisance - This is the ability to simply know without a doubt what needs to be done. If someone was to question you closely as to how you know, you would probably reply, 'I'm not sure, I simply know that this is what is needed'.
- 4. Clairsentience - This is a sense or feeling that alerts you. It could be a sensation at the nap of the neck, or a feeling of being flushed when someone walks into the same room as you, even though you haven't seen them yet.
Tips & Warnings
- If you were told quite early on in your life that your intuition was a powerful human guiding force, then you will find this to be second nature. If however you were told that you should be suspicious of intuition and you should always ignore you inner sense in favour of hard facts, then you will need to be playful and experimental. All humans are intuitive, it just depends on what questions they ask of their intuition and how consciously aware they are when their intuition is at work.
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