by Susan Jane
Intuition is beyond any doubt; it is a deep-seated knowing, one that creates an automatic response. When you experience it, you respond or act accordingly and you are beyond questioning it. It is more than a feeling; it is a knowing. Beliefs can be influenced by culture, creating differences, tensions and doubts about that belief. Intuition is a knowing; you know what to do, you know what to say, you know how to do it without ever being taught. You don’t question it, you don’t think twice about it, you act upon it, not knowing why or second-guessing it. A knowing or intuition is a thought, an action or a feeling that does not hold any doubt. Intuition has also been classed as innate knowledge, a type of knowledge we are already aware of.
Intuition is created by the physical body via the thought processes of the mind. It is permanently retained within the spiritual body and this can only be achieved by using emotional energy as the guiding tool.
Emotions are a tool of communication that we need to pay attention too in order of achieving the agendas of both the physical and spiritual bodies.
The physical body is a three dimensional body used in the physical world to experience the five senses of sight, sound, smell touch and taste through various aspects and for a limited period of time.
The spiritual body is a body of energy that collects and experiences information through many physical bodies to expand its Intuitive Knowledge and is done so over an indefinite period of time.
The mind is not a body, there is not a mental body. The mind processes information that is gathered from the physical body and blends it with the ideals from the spiritual body to create thought. The mind is therefore a process not a body.
Emotions are energy in motion which are used to direct or guide the processes of the mind. They are a tool that the physical and spiritual bodies use to communicate with via the mind. Emotions are tools just like electricity is a tool, they are both energy in motion.
It is through the emotions that an understanding is created and that eventual understanding becomes Intuitive Knowledge or a ‘Knowing’. Intuition is ‘Deep Seated Knowing’. A Knowing that may have been developed over many, many lifetimes, through various physical incarnations and stored within the spirit.