Having intuition is when you perceive a field effect. Compassion and love, a sense of danger - a knowingness - these are examples of field effects.
What enables you to tune in so deeply to the people around you is an awareness of more than just the physical.
It's easier to understand someone if you love them, or at least feel some empathy or sympathy toward them. Being attuned in a loving way puts you in the perfect position to help someone with heartfelt support or advice.
If someone needs your strength or input, give it without reservation and watch the field effect which you perceive, strengthen and expand.
"Being in attunement"
Speak and Live YOUR Truth
Learn to allow your personal integrity to be your guide. Standing in your truth is the ONLY way to stand.
Be ever mindful of your opinions and actions. Have the fortitude to be willing to walk your talk, speak your truth, know your life’s mission, and balance past, present, and future in the now.
The field effect this creates will allow others with similar resonance to recognize you.
In lifting others, you will also rise.
Being a secret angel is even better as the glow from within provides a lighting - and lightning - effect others sense.
There is a huge difference between doing something good for the tax benefit or the recognition than in doing something good, just to help, with no expectation of any return.
Using the Mirrors in your Medicine Bag
Learning how to utilize the mirrors in your medicine bag can be accomplished easily by using sound, light, color, movement, plant based medicines, and math to strengthen, repair and align the physical and non-physical energies for improved communication within, around and between the dimensions.
“Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain. Enjoy life now – it has an expiration date.” – Dr. Kristin Michael
If you really want to survive the storm, besides dancing in the rain, sing in it as well. You will experience the power of movement, music, with resonance matching inside and out. Example: Linda and Jim's wedding reception, photo at left. Photographer Tommy Myers.