Fine Tuning Your Intuition

Published May 17, 2013 by Stuff My Brain Thinks
Definition of Intuition:  direct perception of truth, fact, etc., independent of any reasoning process; immediate apprehension.

Definition of Intuition: direct perception of truth, fact, etc., independent of any reasoning process; immediate apprehension.

Fine tuning my intuition has been a blast.  It’s fun to see all the synchronicities that pop up every single day.  Yesterday, there were several instances of my talking about certain things with people only to have them look at me in bewilderment.  When I inquired what the look was for I heard the same thing over and over again.  “It’s funny you should say that” and they would continue on to tell me how they were just talking about that or they were just thinking that.  I had to chuckle a little bit on the inside.  I have even had a couple of people comment on my intuitiveness lately.

Yesterday I began to declutter my boss’s office.  Something I have never done before in my life.  I actually wandered why I was doing it.  Of course I had no answer, but didn’t stop because it was something my body wanted to do.  This morning I came in and explained to my boss what I had done and where everything was, and he was pleased.  He explained that the head honcho’s would be coming next week so it had to be done.  I must admit I was a little taken aback at that bit of information.  When I got back to my desk I sat for a moment reveling at how my intuition has grown over the past few months.  It has made my life so much easier.  The more I listen and follow the more information I seem to receive.Stuff My Brain Thinks

This week we are learning to recognize the data that is being received and sent from one level of the brain to another.  First, we receive the data at a very primitive level from the reptile brain.  It is here that we see things and they become part of our world.  For example:  while walking to work we came across three little kittens in the grass.  We saw them with our own eyes.  They became a part of our existence at that moment.  From their data moved to the mid-brain where relationships with that same data are established and emotions are formed.  Such as, the sight of the kittens tugged at my heart strings. They were adorable little characters frolicking in the grass.  As the information passes through the mid brain to the neocortex I found that I feared for the future of these beautiful little boogers.  You see, there are a lot of feral cats here in our town due to neglectful owners.  It is sad to see, but I know that there is nothing I can do for them.

Over the weekend I am going to keep a keen awareness on the feelings and emotions I get as I know that they are all a source of information if followed from one level of the brain to the next will heighten the sensitivity of my intuition.

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4 comments on “Fine Tuning Your Intuition

  • I have to say it – your blog has become my favourite! Everytime I log in to blog, I see yours and have to stop to read it. Thank you for sharing this and reminding me of the place intuition has in existence and in my life. I hope to read more about your intuition in future blog posts.

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