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Finding Lost Items

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Recently, a client of many years reached out to me because she had lost her mother’s ring. She had it re-sized as a gift to her daughter and it had come off her own finger. Because it was a Friday evening at the end of...

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Animal Surprise?

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Do animals have intuition?  I looked outside my window and saw this surprising image : Thankfully, the headless deer was fine: just up on hind legs to eat the delectable mountain ash berries. I remembered, “Somehow the deer know to come into town when it’s hunting...

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Creativity and Intuition

Recently, I sent a few friends three photos of me making pottery for the Empty Bowls fundraiser. The potters had a few friendly competitions of ways to creatively make bowls, including not using hands! It really pushed my creativity in new ways. The photo of me...

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Intuition Basics: 7th of 7 Characteristics

For a long time, I thought there were only six modes of intuition…then, I had a dream. In the dream, a friend and colleague, who is also an MD and PhD, had arranged for me to give a Ted Talk. As I watched her beaming at me...

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Intuition, Gifts, Ancestors…

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I know I have to write about the seventh of “seven characteristics of intuition,” and I will soon. In the meanwhile, a quick and sweet story about intuition, gifts, and perhaps a connection to an ancestor… We have a new addition to our family. My...

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Intuition Basics: 6th of 7 Characteristics

A sixth characteristic of recognizing your intuition, and one that is quite common, is multi-sensory. What does that mean…? Intuition can come in several modes: see, feel, hear, or know. When you find you are receiving in more than one mode, what is called “multi-sensory”...

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Intuition Basics: 5th of 7 Characteristics

We’re up to number 5 of learning the 7 characteristics to recognize and have greater use and consistency of your intuition, which incorporates the “more than once” quality I mentioned in my last post (when I bought a ticket just before they were sold out)...

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Intuition Basics: 4 of 7 Possible Characteristics

Unusual or “surprising” is another key to knowing the difference between intuition, imagination or intellect. Instead of following a sequential course, an unusual insight may not seem to be logical (at least not at first look) or seem to come “out of the blue.” Often,...

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Intuition Basics: 3 of 7 Possible Characteristics

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“Subtle” impressions usually have to do with the softer “voice” (or visual impression or feeling) that our intuition may have. This is especially true early in your development, because your intuitive impressions may feel less forceful than other “voices” in your head (fear, project, imagination,...

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Intuition Basics: 2 of 7 Possible Characteristics

“Quick” is another hallmark of intuition. Intuitive impressions can come quickly, seemingly even before you have time to think. Start to notice, and keep track of, your quick impressions. Check out the information to see if it’s accurate. With accuracy, comes confidence that you can...

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