Gut Feeling – Holistically Speaking

6358748036944186621892622963_musicListening to Footsteps (Go Higher) by Pop Evil as a break from working on Adjudication: Book 10 in the Metatron’s Army Series.

It’s the last book in the series itself though I have a single title, Metatron’s Legacy, that will follow the series conclusion.

Though I was doing my best to think of nothing, my thoughts kept circling back to the article I just published, and one line in particular – Dunno – just a message from my gut.

What, exactly, did that mean?

I will be publishing a link to a recent interview with Lloyd Burrell and while the interview is about my work with EMF Sensitivity (EHS), I did mention being psychic.  I felt it would be helpful if I put a bit of context around it.  I do touch on this in in both After Here: The Celestial Plane and What Happens When We Die and Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity.

Who Needs Sleep?  For the switch from champagne to red wine as part of the protocol I’m following to regain strength after that effort was derailed by eating “healthy” foods, it was a matter of a thought popping into my head one night as I stared up at the bedroom ceiling.

Literally, a thought “You’re done needing champagne and in fact it would probably cause more harm than good” popped into my mind.  The next day, around lunch, “Get red wine” popped in. When I reminded myself I hadn’t had good luck with that in the previous 1 ½ – 2 y ears, I heard, “Try it.” 

images-2But what does it mean to be psychic?  For me, it simply means tuning into  information that is coming from multiple directions.

 

  • A gut feeling
  • A stray thought
  • A sudden knowing

As someone who has been psychic pretty much all of my life, I can tell you that it isn’t how the information comes to you so much as what you do with it.  Too often, we ignore those niggling messages – often because they are so subtle or we’re so distracted that they don’t get to the surface.

To address this, I suggest carrying a notebook around and marking down each and every time you experience a “coincidence.”  That simple act will let your higher conscious know you are interested in listening.  The more you listen, the more info will flow your way.

Being psychic doesn’t mean winning the lotto, though many of us have won plenty of contests.

It doesn’t mean having a perfect life because you have some sort of crystal ball that tells you everything you need to do to keep out of trouble.

Though it can come in handy in avoiding trouble – if you pay attention to and do something about the information.

It’s important not to allow yourself to be talked out of your truth.

Trust me, people will try – typically because they’re uncomfortable with it.

Someone recently told me that someone in a position of authority warned her that people who are “sensitive” may be late in recognizing when their intuition may be wrong. Though this might be true, in my experience, the only time I’ve had terrible fallout in my life was when I didn’t listen to my gut.

I despise the word sensitive when applied to psychics.  It is not a good descriptor and implies we’re somehow weak.  I suspect there are plenty of us who tie negative connotations to the word – which could theoretically keep people from accepting their gifts.

Being psychic is incredibly misunderstood.  People have – I fear – been jaded by Hollywood and/or misinformation.  Perhaps the biggest misconception is that a psychic is like Samantha in Bewitched.  You wiggle your nose and voila!  Life is perfect and all the information is at your fingertips.

The truth is, even if you are born gifted, it takes incredible discipline, and lots of practice and focus – and good health– to be any good at it.

My journey dealing with EMF Sensitivity has taught me a great deal about this.

If you aren’t healthy – your signal will be distorted, if not lost altogether.

Heavy metal poisoning – and excess calcium in particular – have a dramatic effect on such abilities.

This condition also negatively impacts spirituality.  There’s a reason I refer to magnesium as the God mineral in my book.

It doesn’t matter what form the messenger takes (i.e. clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, etc); it’s important to do what you can to get it through so you actually receive it.  Staying healthy is critical.

The following are resources for those interested in learning more.

Is it holistic?  Look at it this way.  It’s part of the picture.

In other words, yes.

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2 thoughts on “Gut Feeling – Holistically Speaking”

  1. I recently did the 23andme test and it came back with a variant for hereditary hemochromatosis. I am pursuing further testing for this as this ticks so many of the boxes for family and personal health issues and especially the ehs issue. Water that is consumed definitely plays a part especially if you have hard water and drinking spring water could be a problem if coming from a state that has hard water like Texas. I’ve also read foods high in vitamin c increase iron absorption when consumed with foods high in iron and ascorbic acid not a good idea as are multi vitamins in general, all are antagonist for this disease which effects mostly those of Northern European descent. It’s definitely worth checking out. Appreciate your post so much.

    1. Lynn: Thank you for taking the time to share this! It’s interesting you mention hemochromatosis. I know someone else who suddenly developed this after moving to a Michigan area notorious for its hard water. Then he moved out of the state and suddenly didn’t have it anymore. Makes ya wonder if it’s a misunderstood causal situation mislabeled as a disease when it is a condition induced in the body by environmental factors. I’m finding most “autoimmune” conditions fall into this categry. Thank you for the reminder about Vitamin C and iron absorption. Elizabeth

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