Gut feeling verses Intuition

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They often say to listen to your gut instinct, but what exactly is that?
When you listen from your gut, it is in actual fact operating from fear.
In our mind we invoke negative thoughts to project our own inner fears that stem from past events and react to them as if our reality has somewhat become real.
And all that stirring and gut wrenching feeling we get deep down inside is linked to our fear.
If you look at the way our body is designed, our organs are connected in this way, the liver to anger, the spleen to pensiveness, the lungs to anxiety, the kidneys to fear and worry to the stomach.
All these emotions are in fact connect to the gut area, so when the saying comes to mind “trust your gut instinct” I would beg to differ.
When your intuition comes into effect it connects to your 3rd eye, your conscious awakening and an alignment to what feels real.
What feels real is very different to the gut effect you may have. The gut is activated because of all the above reasons I have mentioned, whereas your intuitive feelings hold merit because you feel with all certainty, and seeing with clarity what is real, your reality.
The third eye (the inner eye) is a mystical and esoteric concept referring to eye which provides perception beyond ordinary sight.
Intuitive people commonly have very good empathetic abilities, meaning they can sense what others are thinking and feeling. Their minds are highly attuned to the vibrational frequencies given off by those around them and they use this information to further refine the way they act in a situation.
When working through situations in your life, it’s optimal to still your mind and work through the heart chakra. Only in stillness will you be able to find your truth, your clarity and your intuitive feeling, through breath you calm your responses and no longer react out of fear.

Written by
Elizabeth Pozoglou

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