Telepathy and Intuition
Writing is a form of communication that can travel far and reach many. Not only is writing a mobile form of communication, but it is also a long-lasting form. We move our mouths and produce odd sounds that we somehow comprehend, and this forms our main method of communication. We communicate through touch, gestures, facial expressions, and body language. There is a constant exchange of information between you and the world around you, between you and the people around you. For example, you are walking down a crowded hallway. People are scattered about, some sitting on the floor, most standing around, others focused on their phones, and some engaged in conversation. Though you don’t make much of it, though you don’t really notice it, though you are thinking your thoughts, there is an exchange going on between you and these strangers. You notice most are ignoring you and you may notice someone checking you out, whatever it is, you are receiving information from what you perceive and what that perception makes you feel. That is the basic and physical form of communication we constantly participate in.
Many think that communication between human beings is limited to the physical senses. How else can you communicate if not with what is visible, tangible, and heard? Yet many have had experiences that challenge the assumption that communication is limited to the physical. Many often describe an odd feeling in their lower stomach before horrible events. Sometimes just the phrase “I knew that was going to happen” sums up that indescribable experience. For example, you’re working at your computer and you get thirsty. You get up, go and get a drink, and come back to your computer. You try to find the perfect spot where you won’t spill your drink. Maybe here. Maybe there. You put the cup down. Then pick it up. Maybe not there. Eh, I’ll just leave there. And you start working again. Moments later, you manage to spill the drink all over. “I knew that was going to happen,” you muttered as you rush to salvage your computer and whatever else. Intuition? Yes, a minor instance of intuition.
Intuition is often described or thought of as a superpower. Mothers often have a very strong sense of intuition when it comes to their children. Even scientists cannot deny or fully explain intuition between mothers and their children.
But what is intuition?
Intuition is a sense that belongs to the extrasensory abilities we all naturally have. Extrasensory perception (ESP) is the thing of psychics and ghosts, of the X-Files and Spooky Mulder, of candles and incense. At least, that is the mainstream perception of intuition. Intuition is seen as something obscure, secret, dangerous, unholy, unnatural, and it is relegated to the darker corners of the imagination. And so, in order to begin to understand and even awaken your intuition, you need to let go of what you think intuition is. As always, when delving into the spiritual and learning, learning anything really, having an open mind and being as aware as possible, are the most beneficial and important things.
So intuition is a sense. You have the physical five senses which are: sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell. And then you have the nonphysical senses of which intuition is one. There are many nonphysical senses: telepathy, intuition, precognition, scrying, etc. There are many psychic or spiritual abilities and many overlap each other. Telepathy and intuiti