Thursday, March 15, 2018

Developing the Intuitive

(The following article was submitted to me and the person requests to be called "Anonymous." I want to take a moment to thank you, and I appreciate the submission. I think many of you may resonate with this.)

by Anonymous

We all live through many lifetimes, not only from past lives but also within this present lifetime, evolving and transforming from earlier experiences to where we hopefully grow in wisdom. Every phase of our life has unique value and beauty: the innocence and newness of the world we experience as children, the strength and sense of invincibility of youth, the relation shared with a mate and creation of a family, the difficult phases when we must overcome great obstacles or tragedy, and the later phase of life when what we have done is greater than the time left for what we will do.

We are all often fooled and make false assumptions based on the society we were brought up in. Luckily we now live in the time of the Quickening, when many truths unfold and are revealed on a daily basis. Sometimes this overwhelm of new knowledge puts us out of sync with those around us who are more comfortable with old assumptions and world views, and this create a sense of alienation that is something akin to a Cassandra syndrome, where we try to share these truths with others thinking we’re crazy. It is hard for most people to admit they have been living under false assumptions, and we must respect that. Everyone needs to follow their own time frame for awakening and path of development.

The internet has become something like psychic training wheels helping us to connect to others and develop a collective consciousness where we grow spiritually and teach each other. But at the core of every person, almost as part of their DNA, is an internal navigation system guiding their life’s course: intuition. Even from an early age we instinctively know what we’ll be good at in life and even knowing the things we’ll never have interest in or attempt to do in this lifetime. Intuition almost instantly tells us when something rings true or sounds bogus, even when we don’t know all the facts. It allows us to recognize opportunities and dangers if only we listen. How many times after something bad or a missed opportunity happens do we say to ourselves, “If I had only listened to that voice inside my head…”

Just as people go through different stages of life, so does the world. It grows up along with us, and the transformations we are able to witness and experience in a single lifetime are truly remarkable. We are all lucky enough to have lived experiencing a past world that is gone forever while standing on the cusp of a major new era of global conscious wakening which will hopefully shrug off the perverse PTW ruling mindset of human husbandry that treated us like cattle. Many visit Lynn’s blog seeking answers or reassurance, but almost every time someone posts a question to her, you can see or sense the answer within the question itself. It is that sense of intuition we must learn to recognize, cultivate, listen to, and act upon. It’s our own personal road map to navigate our life’s journey through the world we live in.

5 comments:

Denise Christensen said...

Well said--thanks for sharing. These words certainly resonate with me.

I think of the internet as a gift from the higher realm and a preparatory framework for a time when we'll all communicate telepathically. (Of course the PTW want to harness it and use it to control our minds but the genie is already out of the bottle, so to speak!)

Carol said...

This is something totally different...thought you might like to see regarding possible black box recording
https://twitter.com/jvstinfox/status/974112624781807616?s=21

Watchand Knock said...

Great post Lynn, thanks for sharing!

teresa galuppo said...
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teresa g said...

I believe that. so beautifully said!!