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6 Ways to Develop Strong Intuition

6 Ways to Develop Strong Intuition

By Jennifer McDougall

Have you ever felt like something just isn’t right? There’s a feeling in your gut that something is off and have a strong sense about it? That is your intuition sending you a message; a warning. It’s important we pay close attention to our intuition, but what if you don’t have a strong sense about things? That’s okay. You can practice these 6 methods to build a stronger intuition that will help guide and direct you. The important thing to do is actually listen to your gut and make the smartest possible choice according to what your intuition is telling you.

  1. Reflect on past events when you had a gut feeling about something and you ended up being correct.
  2. 10 Minute Daily Meditation
  3. Spend time in nature where you can breathe in the fresh air and be surrounded by peace and quiet to ease your mind and connect with your innermost thoughts and feelings
  4. Ask God, Your Higher Power, or the Universe for Guidance and be patient for your answer
  5. Pay attention to your physical sensation and reactions to how you feel before, during, and after a thought, interaction, or
  6. Get active and exercise at least 30 minutes a day to give your blood and oxygen flowing through your brain and gut to help improve your connection to mind, body, and spirit

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Pilgrimage for Recovery: Go on an Adventure!

Pilgrimage for Recovery: Go on an Adventure!

By Dr. Kerri Heath

Are you ready to be healthy?  Sick of waking up with a hangover, running out of money, and feeling the heaviness of drama that you have created while intoxicated?  If you find yourself hitting a wall, but get stuck in the cycle of substance abuse, why not try something different?  Plan a trip to another place where you can meet new people, learn about different cultures and experience new ways of thinking.

A pilgrimage is a journey that people take in search of moral or spiritual significance.  People will take these trips to explore their personal beliefs, values, and experiences that have influenced the decisions they have made.  If you are struggling with an addiction, and need to kick start your recovery process, consider a pilgrimage.

Get away as soon as you can.  The ideal situation is to go to another city.  There is a collective consciousness among humans and we can actually feel the energy of the people we are surrounded by.  Chances are that you have people in your surroundings that are harboring negative energies that affect you without you even realizing it.  Head to another city as fast as you can, and you will see what I mean.  It will feel different.

Try to identify a city that has a lot of religious institutions or shrines, where prayer and meditation take place on a regular basis.  I understand that you might not have a budget for an international excursion but if so try to find a city that is known for its spiritual pilgrimages (Camino de Santiago in Spain, Chiang Mai in Thailand, Jerusalem/Bethlehem in Israel, etc.).  These environments are prime locations for you to find relics and reminders at every turn on your path towards healing.

Even if you can only take one day, please consider starting your pilgrimage as soon as possible.  Leave your comfort zone, explore new areas, taste new foods and gain new perspectives.  If you are able to take a Pilgrimage to Passages in Malibu, you will find reminders everywhere you look that prompt you to reflect on who you are and what your purpose is.  The only requirement for a Pilgrimage is that you allow the path to unfold and remain open to the teachers you will meet along the way and the lessons you will learn. If you are not sober, you will miss the signs and the adventures… so let the high come from your adventure.

 

Dr. Kerri Heath is the former Assistant Vice Chancellor at Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.  She is a lecturer, researcher, and published author.  Dr. Heath is a Life Coach at Inspired Life Consulting and a Producer at Inspired Life Films.  She is certified in Mastering Emotional Connection by Level Five Executive and an editor for the Journal of Leadership Education.

 

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