noun: the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning; a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning
I know intuition is different from deja vu. But I still find them related and intertwined. I don’t know which comes first the intuitiveness or the deja vuness, but I like that I think I’m tuned into something. I am most definitely intuitive. I had a plan for my life early on and for the most part it has played out as I imagined. I literally saw myself in different stages of my life. Was I seeing the future and then having deja vu when it happened? Or did it play out as I thought it would because I imagined it? Having strong intuition and willing my life to happen? I’m not sure. But what I do know is that as I grew older I misplaced that intuitiveness. For awhile it was gone. Maybe I just gave too much of myself away. Whatever the reason, I felt lost and I missed it.
Intuition is really just a part of how our brain works. It is designed to inform us of the outside world, like a sixth sense. It is a part of what makes us human. Netflix has an amazing documentary called “Inn Saei The Power of Intuition”. The film uncovers the necessity of staying intuitive, even when modern culture is distracting us from it.
Because I can’t find my destiny without my intuition. And I can’t find my intuition without returning to my true self. I now value it. I spend time everyday connecting to my intuition, whether it be in prayer or meditation or even singing my favorite songs while driving around town running errands. When I breathe deeply and I focus on the light I find peace. I understand, through instinctive feelings, the answers I seek and not only do I value that, but I kind of like that about myself.
“The only real valuable thing is intuition.”