Monday, January 17, 2011
Listening to the Wisdom of Your Body
Question: How Do I learn to Trust My Intuition?
Meditation and spending time in the silence listening to your thoughts and feelings is a good way to start training your intuitive facilities. Everyone is equally equipped with the ability to access your higher self that knows everything. It takes effort from you at the initial stages and become completely natural. Like walking or breathing, as your practice enough. There is a lot of information about how to meditate and I will not spend time trying to reproduce all of it.
One useful practice is to start watching your body. So far, not enough attention has been paid to the wisdom stored within the cells of your body. As you listen to the processes that occur in your body on a daily basis, you become more aware of the signals that your cells are sending to each other and to you. With enough practice and concentration, you will learn to speak their language. It is your natural ability that can be of tremendous value.
You don’t need to spend hours in meditation, just 20-30 minutes in the morning and at night is enough to establish the connection between you and your body. All the history of your civilization is stored within the structure of your DNA. If you know what your cells are trying to tell you, you can learn and progress faster. You are both conscious organisms that are so close to each other that the interaction can bring a tremendous impact on both you and your bodily functions. Your sincere unconditional love transforms your cells, the knowledge that your cells contain has a stimulative effect on your mental and emotional systems. You live in symbiosis, which is beneficial for both of you. At the same time you are not separate, you are one and the same. Everything that you think, say or do has a direct effect on your cells, organs, and the entire organism.
Listen to the wisdom of your cells, become close to your physical body, know it, study it, and feel it. Your intuition will improve as a result. The most effective way to do it is to go to a quite place outside, where the noises of our everyday life dissolve, and the energy takes on its natural flow. If you cannot go outside for some reason, then early morning or late night is the best time to practice listening to your body. Just give it a try, and you will be surprised what you will discover.