Your Intuition Is Your Guide

Are you conscious of your inner voice? Do you take notice of it? (By the way, I’m not referring to the person who criticizes you!) I’m referring to the one that softly whispers ideas and suggestions to you, the kind that the other voice may try to silence by exclaiming, “Are you crazy?” This necessitates stepping outside of our comfort zone, which must be avoided at all costs (even if the cost is living a life of mediocrity instead of the one of your dreams).

Unfortunately, the latter is the one that most of us are aware of and pay attention to. The gentler one, our intuition, is frequently overlooked (if we can even hear it at all). The tragedy here is that our intuition is the one who truly has our best interests at heart. Our shadow voice (the louder, more aggressive one) also cares about our well-being, but in a protective way.

What’s the harm in protecting us? I know you’re thinking it! It restricts us and, in the end, erodes our soul’s well-being. And, believe it or not, this isn’t good for our physical or emotional well-being! If you are unfulfilled on a soul level, you will gradually and imperceptibly develop a nagging feeling of general discontent, which can have a rippling effect on your mood, self-esteem, and, ultimately, your physical and mental health. But that’s a topic for another article…

If you listen to your intuition, it will gently push you beyond your comfort zone, but never further than you are capable of. It will both challenge and support you. It is always looking out for your best interests, on all levels: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It will not only gently nudge you in frightening directions that will yield enormous and unimaginable rewards, but it will also gently nudge you when it is time to stop or turn around.

If you’re not used to listening to your intuition, it will take time and practice to learn to do so. You may be unsure which voice is which at first (especially since your shadow voice often sounds very reasonable), and using your intuition is similar to using your physical muscles. You must use it on a regular basis for it to be in the desired shape.

So, how do you better understand your intuition? First and foremost, begin to be aware of any hunches, feelings, or ideas that arise. Take note of the voice that goes with it. Is it gentle, positive, and encouraging? 

It’s more likely to be your shadow voice if it’s aggressive, domineering, or employs scare tactics. Is it a loud and threatening warning if you get a feeling of forewarning? (shadow). Or an obstinately knowledgeable one? (intuition).

The scary thing about trusting your intuition when it’s new to you is that it’s not based on logic, and what it suggests to you often cannot be justified logically. However, with practice and trust, you’ll learn that knowing something is the right thing to do is in your best interests. It will be easier to ignore your own and other people’s shadow voices (who will fear for your best interests on your behalf).

Starting small is the key to developing this essential trust in one’s intuition. If you’re not familiar with your intuition, don’t make life-changing decisions based on it (you might still be confusing your two inner voices). Allow your intuition to guide you with smaller decisions and wait for the gentle knowing feeling. Don’t expect an immediate response, but keep an eye out for it; it will come, and you’ll know when it does. 

As you tune in more and more, you’ll notice that you suffer less and less from worry or anxiety. You’ll have faith that everything will work out fine, and you’ll often find that it works out even better than you could have imagined!

Mystic Pam Jackson                   www.mysticpamjackson.com info@pam-jackson.com

Chakra Meditation to Recharge the Soul

Chakra meditation improves your health, wisdom, and happiness by strengthening weak chakras. Chakra meditation is a fantastic approach to revive you from the inside out if you need to replenish your body, mind, and spirit. 

How to do a chakra meditation: The first few times you do a chakra meditation, make sure you have an expert guiding you, either in person or via an internet video. You must ensure that your chakras are in a better state of balance at the end of the meditation than when you began!

Start your meditation by sitting down, cross legged in a quiet, dimly lit room. 

Make sure that your spine is straight but not stiff. Close your eyes and begin to relax by taking a deep breath. Now, go over each chakra one by one, beginning with the root chakra: 

-Imagine bringing energy up from the soil through the root chakra and building it up in the base of your spine. Then there’s the navel chakra: imagine a river of warm lava flowing out of this chakra center when you sense the concentration of energy building up around your navel. 

– Allow your stomach muscles to relax fully as you move on to the solar plexus chakra and feel the energy flow into your diaphragm.

-The heart chakra comes next. Consider how your heart grows stronger with each breath. This location emits a brilliant light that you can see and feel. 

-As you move on to the throat chakra, take a deep breath in. Then relax your tongue, shoulders, and neck gently. 

Mystic Pam Jackson | Spiritual Life Coach & Teacher | Intuitive Healer & Readings

7 Keys to Unlocking Your Intuition

Have you ever had the experience of having a huge hunch that something is about to happen and, to your surprise, that intuition was eventually translated into reality? 

Intuition is when you have strong feelings about something but don’t have a logical reason for them. It manifests itself in three ways: clairvoyance or “the third eye,” clear sensing, and feeling through listening.

Clairvoyance is the ability to see beyond what your eyes can see. This is when you are aware of what is going on somewhere. 

Sensing clearly is essentially the same as having a “hunch” or “gut feeling.” This is the time when you are overcome by a feeling that you cannot explain and all you can say is “I just know.” 

Feeling through listening, on the other hand, is the ability to “listen” between the lines. Intuition can also occur when a specific sound, such as a car honking or a bird tweeting, triggers an intense feeling.

Only a few people are said to be gifted with intuition. Astrologers even claim that people born under the Scorpio or Pisces signs are born with a natural intuitiveness that borders on E.S.P. However, studies are sprouting up left and right proclaiming that anyone can develop intuition.

You may be wondering why there is a need to develop intuition. Why not accept your current emotional and psychological state? First and foremost, intuition fosters effective communication. It makes you more sensitive to the people around you; it frequently prevents you from hurting those you care about because you are intuitive enough to understand them. Intuition also allows you to be far more creative than before. Intuition entails freeing up more creative juices for any form of expression. Finally, intuition has the ability to heal. This healing power is not physical, but rather involves delving deep into your soul to remove any negative energy that has become lodged there. 

With that said, are you ready to cultivate your intuition? Here are some ways to unlock this gift:

1. Hypnosis

Yes, have yourself hypnotized. Hypnosis is more than just watching a pendulum swing back and forth. You can strengthen your intuition by self-hypnosis or by using hypnotic programs.

2. Meditation

Meditating entails finding inner peace. If your mind and heart are clogged with too much baggage and hurt, you won’t be able to quiet that part of you that might eventually initiate intuition. There are numerous ways to meditate, such as taking a yoga class or simply practicing some breathing exercises.

3. Think positive!

A worry-free, fear-free state can do wonders for your intuitive ability. By remaining positive, you attract good energy that may be able to detect impending feelings and events.

4. Just let go.

What exactly does this mean? If you are on the verge of making a major decision, let go of all inhibitions and go to a quiet place where you can discover where letting go has led you. Sometimes you just have to listen to your inner voice, and that voice will not come out unless you let go.

5. Never expect it.

What exactly does this mean? If you are on the verge of making a major decision, let go of all inhibitions and go to a quiet place where you can discover where letting go has led you. Sometimes you just have to listen to your inner voice, and that voice will not come out unless you let go.

6. Believe in your first impressions.

When you meet someone for the first time and have the impression that he is a little too arrogant for your liking, chances are that impression is correct. In most cases, first impressions are brought about by intuition.

7. Stay happy!

See? To be intuitive, all you need to do is be happy! Happiness attracts enormous power, which includes intuition. Your motivation for using your intuition must be happiness and contentment. Given that premise, intuition will come easily to you. 

Intuition is useful because it can sometimes lead you to something that you would not have discovered otherwise. Many lives have been saved solely through intuition. Decisions are easier to make when armed with this gift. 

Develop your intuition now and you will reap benefits you could never have imagined.

Mystic Pam Jackson http://www.mysticpamjackson.com

How to Trust Your Intuition

Developing intuition starts by realizing you have it already. If you’ve ever had a hunch about something, that was intuition. Intuition is just your mind using more than what you are consciously aware of. But can you trust your intuition? How do you improve it?

Developing Intuition in Three Steps

1. Recognize it and encourage it.

2. Study it to make it more trustworthy.

3. Give it good information to work with.

Try to find areas in your own life where you naturally intuitively operate. What is something that you are just naturally good at without studying? What is an area where you trust your gut and it is almost always right? That is your intuition speaking, continue to listen and nurture it.

Of course, intuition can also be a warning device. When you get the sense “something isn’t right here” that is your intuition talking and you’d be smart to pay attention.

Have you ever considered purchasing a car and then you start seeing them all over? Looking for and recognizing a thing trains your mind to find more of it. The same process will happen if you watch for your intuition – you’ll start to see more of it.

Unfortunately, a strong hunch can be for irrelevant reasons too. If you were hit by a yellow taxi as a child, you might have “intuitive” hunches not to get into yellow taxis for the rest of your life. So even learning to recognize your intuition and encourage it may leave you wondering when to trust it.

Study Your Intuition!

Start questioning your hunches. Study your strong feelings about that taxi, and you might say, “Oh, it’s just my fear of yellow taxis.” Get in the habit of paying attention to and studying your intuitive feelings.

Where does your intuition work best? If you’re always right about your intuitive stock picks, give a little credence to them. On the other hand, if your hunches about people are usually wrong, don’t follow them. Just pay attention more, and you’ll be developing intuition about your intuition.

Give Your Intuition Good Information!

Your skill, knowledge, and experience determine the potential effectiveness of your intuition. Learn enough about a subject, before expecting good hunches about it, or before trusting the hunches. Work in the area you want more intuition in. When enough information is in your mind, it will go to work for you with or without your conscious participation, so feed it well.

Recognize your intuition and you’ll have hunches and ideas more often. Study it and you’ll learn when to trust it. Give it good information and you’ll be repaid with good hunches and ideas. This is the simple formula for developing intuition.

Mystic Pam Jackson

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8 Steps to Self-Forgiveness

In our journey to inner peace and healing, both guilt and forgiveness of self and others have a profound effect on this process.

Guilt is defined as a feeling of culpability especially for imagined offences or from a sense of inadequacy; a self-reproach; and forgiveness as the act of forgiving or the ceasing of feeling resentment against an offender. 

Guilt and lack of forgiveness of self and others burdens many people with the heavy weight of inappropriate shame and the destruction of deep-seated resentments.  

In recent years, much has been written about the destructiveness of repressed emotions and particularly anger and resentment in contributing to life-threatening illnesses. 

The belief that feeling any emotions means we are weak is a dreadful legacy to burden people with.  Teaching people that strength means not feeling or denying our feelings is tantamount to creating illness.  Beliefs such as ‘big boys don’t cry’ and ‘good girls don’t get angry’ has resulted in men and women who are unable to get in touch with what they actually feel.  Depression is thought to be caused by anger turned inward and is only one of the symptoms of the need to protect ourselves from the scorn associated with expressing feelings.  Many other illnesses and particularly the addictions are theorized to be expressions of a deep level of emotional pain. 

Why won’t we forgive? 

I believe it starts from our unwillingness to forgive ourselves.  We believe that we are undeserving of love, respect, acceptance, appreciation, and the right to live a life where we walk in peace, joy, harmony, and abundance.  Somewhere along the line, we started to believe that all the rules and regulations of the society in which we live defined who we were supposed to be.  We stopped trusting and believing in our own inherent worth and came to believe that we were ‘not good enough.’  Messages such as ‘you failed,’ or ‘you should’ became a litany for us to abuse ourselves with guilt.  I call it abuse because it is just as painful when we do it to ourselves as when others do it to us.  We became judge and jury and found ourselves guilty of our perceived offences.  When the primary caregivers such as parents, teachers, and other societal influences are unable to love themselves unconditionally, this ‘learned attitude’ is passed on to the next generation as shame to control behavior.   

This sense of shame differs from guilt in that guilt is about behavior.  Shame is deeper and more pervasive.  It is about your being and feelings of inferiority, inadequacy, being bad and unlovable become the conviction underlying your life.  Children grow up believing they are ‘not good enough’ and become the caregivers for the next generation.  And so, it goes, on and on.  I am not blaming the parents and caregivers here as we parent the way we were parented.  My own definition of maturity is that maturity is achieved when we can forgive our parents and other significant adults for being human. 

What Is Self-forgiveness? 

Self-forgiveness is the willingness to believe that you are worthy, that there are no mistakes rather, you are on the planet, or in Earth School (as some people call it) to learn about being human.  The opportunities to learn are just that – not mistakes – just opportunities to learn. 

Practical Steps to Self-forgiveness

1.  Examine how you perceived a certain situation and how you can chose to change your perception. Remember that the thoughts we think create the feelings, and it is our perception that creates our interpretations of the situation. 

2.  Accept yourself and your humanness – you are not supposed to be perfect. 

3.  Admit when you make a mistake. 

4.  Remember that everybody is doing the best they can with what they know, and that includes you. 

5.  Let go of past-future thinking, stay in the ‘Now.’ 

6.  Confront your emotional pain – own your own ‘stuff.’ 

7.  Appreciate the lessons that have contributed to your growth and made you who you are now. 

8.  Say ‘I forgive myself for ____________ (whatever).’ 

Mystic Pam Jackson

Keywords: 

forgiveness, guilt, shame, resentment, repressed emotions 

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