Intuition Can Save Your Life: An Example of Clair-Knowing
We are all intuitive. It comes with the territory, being born. The problem is, most of us don’t know how to use it, so we are missing out on all the practical things intuition can do for us because we’re afraid of seeming weird to friends and co-workers. But if you knew your intuition could save your life, would you take the time to learn how your particular ability works? Of course, you would!
Using our intuition is a practical skill that we can all learn to use to get information to help us make better decisions, from what to eat to how to interact at work. Like any skill, learning to use our intuition takes work.
In general, our intuition is a combination of four “flavors:” seeing things (colors, auras, the dead); hearing things (talking with other beings, like animals); feeling things (feeling the emotions of others); and simply knowing things (knowing something is true but not having any empirical evidence to prove it). This is what makes intuition tricky: everybody’s works differently, and you need to experiment to master how yours works.
Clair-knowing is the intuitive ability that defies logic and empirical evidence, yet accurately warns us of something we need to know about.
In many ways, it’s the hardest intuitive ability to master: we constantly second-guess our intuitive knowing, thinking we’re making something up, or acting irrationally. Yet, Clair-knowing can save your life. In this video, I share an example of how Clair-knowing saved me from an accident.
Yes, you can learn how to do this, too!
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