Category: Intuition Tips

Is Your Glass Half Empty or Half Full?


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How do we explain how one day can be rosy, and the next day with clouds hanging overhead? Has anything really changed but our viewpoint?

With an economic crisis, we are more vulnerable to the glass-half-empty mentality, which only provokes more fear. A glass-half-empty state of mind is consumed by lack, and we need to prevent these fears from reaching epidemic proportions. Why? Fear freezes in its footsteps. Fear causes mental paralysis and impedes creativity. Once we cease moving and stretching our minds, we lose direction and momentum.

Creativity moves, stretches, bends and can mold itself into unusual shapes to fit anywhere. Creativity is a flexible state of mind that links up with Divine imagination to gather solutions, and it energizes everything it touches. Creativity is a mental gymnast who can do backbends, cartwheels, flips, and walk through walls. Obstacles don’t scare creativity because problems are recognized as optical illusions, mirages – vision impairment. Read more

An Introduction to Tracking Signs and Symbols


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“Recording the news means to keep the lines of communication open. It is a real loss when spirit dials our number and finds out that we aren’t listening. Every times it’s busy some major thing passes us, walks away.”
~Malidoma Some, African healer and medicine man

Signs and symbols are life’s divination tools. The key is to keep your eyes open for the unusual. Someone who is driving the wrong way on a one-way street could suggest a friend is misdirected, or the message is for you to reconsider the direction you are taking. When spirit is trying to communicate, a spontaneous, unexpected event will show up. Read more

African Drumming and The Intuition: Music as a Tuning Fork


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Music itself depends on regularly recurring cycles, on periodicity, such as the vibration of strings and reeds. Consider how the daily rotation of the earth, the monthly orbit of the moon, and their yearly orbit of the sun are also periodic. These motions make a kind of slow-moving music, too deep for our ears. But we sense the music of the spheres because it was the condition of our origin. We are made from this music.
~W.A. Mathieu, the author of The Listening Book: Discovering Your Own Music

After studying African drumming for several years now, I can see how we don’t tune our drum, the drum tunes us changing our cellular make-up. Read more