By: Owen Waters
With your sense of intuition in good working order, you are never in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Last week, I pointed out that 2012 will come and go without any of the frantic disaster predictions coming true. I’ve never seen a prediction about massive disasters come true yet, and 2012 will be no exception.
On the other side of the coin, you do have to be aware that danger can lurk along anyone’s path through life, so caution is prudent. Every time you get in a car and drive, it won’t be you that’s causing the potential danger. It’ll be some unaware person who’s on the phone or texting instead of watching where they’re driving. Being aware of potential danger isn’t being fearful; it’s being sensibly cautious.
On a larger scale, it’s a no-brainer that, if you live in an earthquake zone or a hurricane zone, you will face such dangers on very rare occasions. If a natural disaster is about to affect your area, you can intuitively know about it soon enough to be prepared or even leave the area. Animals always know these things at least 3 days ahead, so it’s not hard for we humans to be similarly in tune with nature via our inner guidance.
Another no-brainer is that, because sea levels are beginning to rise, low-lying coastal homes will one day become uninhabitable. That day might be 30 years away or it might come sooner. Either way it pays to be open to intuitive warnings or senses of caution as such inner messages arise. There’s little point in moving away years ahead of time but, if you begin to get hunches to move somewhere else, that’s different. Then, you should investigate the possibilities, see how each option feels and act in line with your inner guidance. The ideal option for you will be the one that feels the most right to you.
The solution to personal safety and security has always been to be open to intuition from your soul consciousness. If you’re getting into your car and you get a sudden flash that you should take another route than the one you’d planned, then go with the hunch, even if it does make you late for work. The hunch might just be about avoiding traffic congestion or it might be a message for your safety. If it’s an urgent message, it will keep repeating itself.
The nature of such messages is subtle. They don’t loudly announce themselves like, “Ding! Incoming message!” They do quite the reverse.
They pop quietly into your awareness as an idea that your conscious mind didn’t generate. Your response will often be, “Where did that idea come from?” If the idea repeats itself two more times in the next few minutes, then you know you’re getting Ding’d big time!
Intuition works much more smoothly when you have adopted a habit of daily spiritual practices. Meditation, healing or world healing practices bring you spiritual growth by raising your frequency of consciousness. They open up your awareness to soul-based intuitive guidance and the sense of personal safety and security that this brings.