EFT For Developing Your Intuition
Developing intuition is like learning to develop a skill, whether it be mastering a new computer software program or becoming proficient at a musical instrument. That is, the more you use your intuition the better you get at it. Intuition becomes second nature when you practice it. If you use intuition regularly you will develop an ‘instant’ knowing’. This sixth sense, the hunch, the gut feeling becomes a sure thing and can be trusted and relied on when making decisions.
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300 EFT Tapping Statements for Intuition
15 July 2021
12:01 AM – 11:59 PM (PT) give or take 30 minutes
Intuition is defined as an inner knowingness, a sense, without any apparent explanation or conscious reasoning, a gut feeling. Psychic is defined as perceiving, receiving, or transferring information without the use of the five common senses…sight, touch, hearing, taste, smell. For me, being intuitive and being psychic are the same.
Lynn Robinson in Divine Intuition says “Intuition is a resource that provides an additional level of information that does not come from the analytical, logical, or rational side of the brain. It can be a reliable and valuable tool when it’s language is understood and developed. Accurate intuition enables you to gain vital and valuable insight…”
She also says in Divine Intuition that “Intuition never guides us with an authoritarian or critical edge. It does not impose rules, it never feels heavy handed or burdensome, it doesn’t push us to anything that we’re really not ready to do, and it never makes us feel guilt about anything. It’s also not self-indulgent or rebellious, and never leads us to do something that isn’t good for us physically or emotionally. These feelings come from other parts of ourselves. Our intuitive guidance brings a feeling of enlivenment, openness, even sometimes relief and release. It feels good in our heart and soul. It feels like exactly the right step to take in the moment.”
Shakti Gawain starts Chapter One of Developing Intuition, saying: “There is a universal, intelligent life force that exists within everyone and everything. It resides within each one of us as a deep wisdom, an inner knowing. We can access this wonderful source of knowledge and wisdom through our intuition, an inner sense that tells us what feels right and true for us at any given moment.”
Laura Day in her book Practical Intuition says that “Intuition proceeds in two steps. Intuition is about receiving and interpreting information. The first step is receiving intuitive data in response to a question. The second step is both linear and nonlinear. At this stage you are both interpreting, or translating, the symbols and piecing them together. It’s linear in the sense that you use your logical mind to fill in and make sense of the gaps.
“It’s in the translation process that useful and applicable information is created. I use the word translation because intuitive data are often received in the symbolic language of the unconscious, and the practitioner then has to find meaning or significance of the ‘messages’.”
EFT Tapping can assist us in our “resistance,” “blockage” to allowing ourselves to be intuitive. Here are a few tapping statements:
- I am not intuitive.
- Intuition is not a skill.
- I don’t trust my intuition.
- I’m too fearful to be intuitive.
- Intuition doesn’t make sense.
- I’m too logical to be intuitive.
- Intuition is the work of Satan.
- I’m too skeptical to be intuitive.
- I complicate my interpretations.
- People are either intuitive or not.
- Intuition is too mysterious for me.
- I’m not wise enough to be intuitive.
- I’m not aware enough to be intuitive.
- Intuitive is synonymous with weirdos.
- I don’t have the ability to be intuitive.
© Tessa Cason, 2021.
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