Knowing what works for any given moment isn’t just for psychics!

Knowing what works for any given moment isn’t just for psychics!

Your Inner – Psychic

I thought I’d destigmatize an occurrence that may send a shiver down one’s spine….(BOO!)

Intuition – the ability to understand something instinctively

dèjà vu - already seen

dèjà vu – already seen

We have all experienced dèjà vu. It’s that spooky moment we find ourselves in that unfolds in an oddly familiar yet unexplainable way. The universe seems to be twisting and coming together in this gathering of seconds, presenting a tapestry of circumstance woven together, which jolts us into an unusual awareness…. Have we been here before? Did we dream this? Are we glimpsing a greater cosmic plan in action?

People have been working to demystify these fragmented happenings for centuries. Carl Jung famously coined and explored what he called “synchronicity” in his psychotherapy practice. Much like dèjà vu, Jung’s concept married the coinciding of unrelated events that, together, created a meaningful impression for himself and his patients. Another attempt for understanding this topic is “intuition,” which Wikipedia defines as “Understanding without apparent effort.”

Knowing how to interpret any circumstances?

Despite what psychic-advisory radio commercials shout at us; we do not need to be uniquely gifted in order to interpret these circumstances and use this understanding in healthy and reassuring ways. Whatever you call it (dèjà vu-synchronition?) these concepts all consist of the following vital ingredients: Clarity. Presence. Trust (often referred to as “Faith”).

Knowing - Wisdom

Idea / Knowing

“Light bulb moments” (Oprah’s term for all of this) occur when the distraction of internalized storytelling, which commonly yammers all of in our heads, is silenced. And we are at-hand to witness and acknowledge the Moment and revel in its message and lesson. In other words: We get out of our own way, which frees us to truly and knowingly live here-and-now, opening us up to the understanding of what works and what is appropriate for any given moment.

Before you think, look deeply inside yourself and consider your true self

We all have this knowingness within us. For example, we all understand the difference between “right” and “wrong”.  Even if what is “right” for you is different than what is “right” for me. It is not our subjective stories we tell ourselves but, rather, the effortless abiding by our unique organic truths that open us to the intuitive living that keeps us from struggle and sends us down an emotionally healthy path and fulfilling life.

Adopting this objective moment-to-moment unfolding of our lives links us to the greater universal good. We notice how things are appropriately flowing and take faithful stock that everything is as it should be. We are using our intuition and noticing the synchronicity that is occurring naturally.

So, next time you think you have to consult a crystal ball, look deeply inside yourself. Past your stories, and consider your true self your best indicator of how your life will turn out.


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