Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Something to think about...

One of the questions I am ask most often is, how do you get your information, along with, where does it come from, and the ever popular, how does this all work.

The following definitions, in combination and in any given order, are perhaps some of the best examples of what my work as an intuitive is all about.

Inspire; to fill someone with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially something creative. Inspire is synonymous with stimulate, motivate, encourage, influence, rouse, move stir, energize, galvanize, incite, spark, animate, fire, excite, inspirit and incentivize and affect.

Intuition; the ability to understand something immediately without the need for conscious reasoning. Synonymous with instinct, intuitiveness, the thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning. Synonymous with a hunch or feeling in one's bones, including a sneaky suspicion, idea or notion.

Instinct; instinctive or innate behavior is the inclination of a living organism towards a particular complex behavior. A natural or innate impulse, inclination, or tendency.

Interpretation; elucidation, explication. A mode of explanation and understanding.

Sometimes the process is an elegant discovery. At other times the process is base and guttural, full of emotions and intensity.

For me, the process is often surprising, revealing and interesting. That is in large part why I feel the need to do what I do.

I am about to start a completely different option for having a question answered. More on that in the not so distant future.

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