A lot of people ask me if being psychic is something that you are born with, or if is something you can learn. We all come into this place with a deep knowing of where we are supposed to be on our path. It is like we are born with an internal GPS system that allows us to steer into and away from different lessons and situations. The response I like to give is: “We are all born intuitive. Some people come in with AOL dial-up, and others come in with SAT LINK, but we can all choose to upgrade when we are ready.” As magick workers and those on a spiritual path we have to work on the deep listening aspect of our chosen crafts and path. Magick and intuition do not just flow through us when we are in ritual or in front of our altars. Our lives are an action of living in spirituality and our intuition is always there guiding us.
Being intuitive means that you receive that guidance from the “soul space”. There is always something talking to us from within. That little voice that only has our best intent and compassion for us. It is the driver in the car with the better map. I personally know when I take the wheel and refuse the directions that life becomes more bumper car than Sunday drive in the country side. Our intuition is how the divine relays that deep guidance and information to us. In degrees of separation it is: self-soul-divine. This allows us instant access to everything that is outside of us, but it comes through us. There are many theories on how the intuition works, where that information flow originates from, and depending on your tradition you relationship to your intuition might vary a bit. How we connect is not as important as connecting. Establishing a daily connection with your intuition is important for not only deepening your practice but for establishing trust for self and our divine connection.
What is your relationship to your intuition? What is your process of deep listening? How does intuition play into your daily practice or your ritual work?
Michael A. Brazell CFT CSN MAT PAT