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What it's like to be an intuitive

So, I'm "an intuitive". It's taken a while to fully own that (approximately three years, if you're interested).

I add the speech marks, because everyone is intuitive. However, I do seem to have a gift with it. I was in a Waterstone’s (UK bookshop) recently and picked up a copy of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Randomly opening a page, I read a passage about a character being able to see other people's life purposes and authentic selves. I realised: that’s me!

It’s something I’ve always noticed without realising that it was unusual. It wasn’t until friends and family started to express their impatience with me encouraging them to be their authentic selves (you know, 24/7) that I realised that this is something I need to shape in to my work.

I read energy – specifically the energetic field that surrounds us – our ‘auras’. Within this field are the Chakras and at deeper levels the core star and hara.

It’s through these energetic vortexes that I can read the consciousness existing within us all. Energy = consciousness, and so it’s intelligent, alive and carries different frequencies of information.

If you’ve seen a Reiki healer you will know that energy healers sense the energy of the Chakras. You can do this in a basic sense by recognising if there is a blockage of energy flow and if the Chakra is turning in the right direction. But the information doesn’t stop there.

You can also tell what energy consciousness wants to come through that Chakra but it can’t because of limiting beliefs you’ve picked up in childhood.

You can read the energy consciousness of your most divine, abundant self and see how your current life matches up. And you can receive intuitive guidance on how to start getting there.

There is much that reveals itself within the energy field of each human being.

Do I do this all day long? No, that would be absolutely exhausting and I would probably forget to tie my shoelaces or brush my hair!

I’d be pretty spaced out if I did this all day long, which is why I limit intuitive readings to only a couple a day. It’s tiring (but inspiring) work.