Your Intuitive Guide

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“You search the scriptures, because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness to me; yet you refuse to come to me that you may have life.” John 5:39-40

Mother’s Day is an acknowledgment of our appreciation for motherhood and all it implies. We think of the mother as the nurturing aspect of the parental arrangement, a theme we see throughout much of the natural world.

Likewise, in contrast to the intellectual’s fact-driven approach to life, we think of the intuitive side as the nurturing, feeling aspect that prompts us to positive action. In the above passage, Jesus contrasts the intellectual search of scripture for promises of a better life with the direct experience of God that he represented.

Understand this passage as saying something like this: It is true that the scriptures advocate what I have been teaching you, but if you want to experience the life of which I speak, you must stand where I stand. Only then will you see what I see and know what I know. He was challenging his listeners to learn in a new, intuitive way, to still the intellect and sense the deeper movement of energy that rises from the core of every person.

This is the symbolism of the virgin birth. Spiritual revelation is not the culmination of intellectually gleaned information. The soul does not need to be propped up by an accumulation of spiritual facts. Revelation is a living, intuitive experience. It is the radiance, the birthing into consciousness of the self-existent, self-sustaining life that is God.

Many view intuitive guidance as that hunch to turn right or left, to come or stay, to buy or sell, to speak or remain quiet through the maze of daily life. The highest function of your intuitive faculty is to bring you to your center of power. From this vantage point, every decision you make will be the right one.

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