(I originally posted this in 2015, but it bears repeating)
Synchronicity and coincidence, hunches and gut instinct—all of those terms are far less threatening than "clairvoyance." You don't need to think about things like faith and trust and belief. You don't need to be responsible for calling abundance into your life. You can just consider yourself lucky for whatever it is that drops into your lap or shows up at your door or happens exactly when you desperately need it to happen. Whatever it is.
Lucky break! High five! Whew!
<I<nsert happy dance>>
I can wax on for hours about why we're encouraged to invest our belief in luck as opposed to intuition, but I won't force you into that fascinating discussion. I'll just say this: luck lacks power. It's fleeting. You can't own it. You can't harness it. You just need to wait for it. You need to wait for the next helping of luck to fall into your plate.
Intuition, and any way it comes to you—clairvoyance, clairaudience, claircognizance, clairalience, clairgustance— isn't lucky, it's birthright.
That's right, your body is designed to intuit messages, nudges, twinges, information that can and will help you navigate. Can you imagine? We all have it. We're all equal. We can use, strengthen, develop it. We can high five our way from here to Kalamazoo and back just by tapping into it.
The only problem is that it puts you in the driver's seat of your own life. It forces you to become responsible for your choices and goals and dreams. You can't just rely on luck. You can't simply hope for the best. You are required to actually manifest the best for yourself. Some people will have you believe that the only way to manifest the best for yourself is to believe that they have your best interests in mind. These are the same people that want you to think intuition is not real or worse, evil. What's evil now? Exactly.
Maybe it's time to stop avoiding what you know in your heart to be true: you can live a life empowered from the inside out.
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