attune to rhythms
sensations and vibrations
are life’s messengers
Messages are always coming to us. The Universe, life, nature, the higher source, God — whatever your belief system — is always speaking to us.
Often we may miss the messages because we are looking for signs or listening for words, and the messages are coming through other channels.
Many messages come to us in the form of vibrations that create physical sensations — a pounding in the head, tightening of the chest, butterflies in the stomach, tingling in the limbs or face.
Sometimes these sensations feel like “pain” and we seek to numb them with medicine or food or drink. Or we escape from them by retreating into work, television, or social media or other forms of busyness.
When we attune to these vibrations and take note of their patterns, we open ourselves to the messages that are trying to come through and we can take appropriate action.
You’ve likely experienced this at certain moments of your life.
We even have language that reflects how we respond to these sensations. Perhaps you started to walk down a street and, based on a fleeting sensation, turned around and chose a different path because something didn’t feel right.
Maybe you excused yourself from a conversation with a new acquaintance because they rubbed you the wrong way.
Or you walked away from purchasing a certain home because the vibe was off.
Your gut feeling may have saved you from a bad investment.
These sensations and inner knowing are not superpowers of the select few. Each of us has the capacity for developing a stronger relationship with our intuition.
In many of us, it remains latent, overpowered by cultural conditioning to use logic and reason.
With practice you can rebuild your connection to your primal messaging system.