Intuitive Living Blog

Intuition is a Process not an Identity

Posted by Gada Jane on

Intuition is a Process not an Identity
Being an intuitive either means that you use intuitive processes in you work or that you have a preference for using intuitive processes. I call myself an intuitive, but I still think it's worth being careful not to harden one's sense of self too much around labels.

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The More I Train. The More I Trust My Intuition.

Posted by Gada Jane on

The More I Train. The More I Trust My Intuition.
People always say "trust your intuition." But is that the first step? If you don't test, explore and practice, how can you trust what you feel? Do you really know the difference between an intuitive hit and a emotional feeling?

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Stop Compensating for Your Strengths

Posted by Gada Jane on

Stop Compensating for Your Strengths

Far too often people with amazing magical minds aren't really using the magical parts as a strength. Instead, they are putting a whole lot of energy into trying to mimic the practicality of the world around them. It's like they take information from the outside world, run it through whatever amazing, elaborate processes their minds use and then just dump the magical parts in order to act in simple, comprehensible, expected ways.

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Intuition is a Language that Teaches Itself

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Intuition is a Language that Teaches Itself
Honing your intuition is a lot like learning a language. The building blocks of the language are the raw sensations and perceptions that enter your consciousness.

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Intuition is Not Emotion.

Posted by Gada Jane on

Intuition is Not Emotion.
Emotion tells you about emotion. It tells you how you feel. It doesn’t tell you about the world. Clear intuitive information is more likely to tell you about the world.

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