AUGUST 7, 2016
What’s your “Internal GPS System”?
Do you know that every single one of us has “Intuition”?
We all have intuition and psychic ability, however, the degree varies in every person. As we are all unique, like snow flakes, our abilities are unique as well. The more you develop these abilities the better you get and the more you use them the better you get. This Internal GPS System is your “intuition” or as commonly referred to as “gut instinct”. I’m sure you have heard of. In this instance the GPS stands for “Guided Perfectly by Spirit”. If you find this hard to believe, just try it. You’ll see. Logic and analysis have nothing whatsoever to do with it. Lol I once got the gut feeling that I needed to take an extra pair of shoes with me to a beach outing. I ignored it, because logic ruled that my shoes were perfectly fine. Well, long story short….my shoes broke and I had to walk back to the car barefoot. Lesson learned.
Intuition allows you to get the first warning signs when anything is off in your body so that you can address it. If you have a gut feeling about your body — that something is toxic, weak or off — listen to it.
The “gut feeling” is often a response to one or more cues you don’t notice consciously. Policemen have described instances where they made observations that wouldn’t register with most people. Some of these things are instinctive in the people who make the best cops, and some are learned from experience. This is also referred to as the “ethereal sense.” This is most often used in reference to hazards, the feeling one gets when something is about to go very wrong.
For example, animals have great survival skills because they rely and depend on their “Internal GPS System”. It’s when you’re using your entire body as one big antennae! Gypsies were great at using their survival skills because they were also hunted down constantly, thus, they became very adept at tuning into their intuition. This served them well as it also helped them develop their gift of “sight” i.e. clairvoyance and giving them the ability to intuitively “read” for people as well.
It’s a matter of “combining the linear mind and intuition,” and striking the right balance between gut instinct and rational thinking. Once you’ve noticed an intuitive hit, you can engage your rational mind to weigh your choices and decide how best to act on them. It’s a matter of stilling the mind and being very quiet and centered, even if for a split second or a minute. Tuning into that raw, illogical, yet very correct sense.
When your intuition signals that you’ve found something or someone truly right for you, the choice often becomes strangely easy. It feels, oddly enough, effortless. Some people have described feeling champagne bubbles coming up from their stomach. A euphoric feeling of joy. Kind of like that “Eureka” moment. “I got it”!!! You’ll always “get it” by following your Internal GPS!
Always go with your first instinct; your first chosen response. If you don’t get one or feel like things are muddy, just let it go and do not feel pressured or rushed. Just let it go. Same as if you try too hard to come up with a yes or no. Agonized overthinking almost always leads to poor choices. Using your intuitive brain in these situations, on the other hand, will almost always point you toward a lasting fulfillment.
Of all the reasons to use your gut instincts to make big decisions, this may be the best: It leads to the choices that are most fully satisfying — decisions that can improve the quality of your life.