The simplicity of intuition

For something that we all have and all use on a day to day basis, intuition seems to be steeped in mystery and mysticism.

There is a plethora of books, DVDs, workshops, courses, initiations and tools available that promise to develop our intuition and many people spend their time searching these for a seemingly ‘Holy Grail’ that will switch on their intuition.

After a while it all starts to get very complicated.

Intuition is simply connection to our higher self: by using the wisdom of our higher self we can live in integrity with our life’s purpose.

In order to develop your own intuition there are just a few points to remember:

  1. Intuition is personal so what works for one person doesn’t work for another.  Find your own way rather than copy other people.  This means that you don’t necessarily need to go to any outside source to develop your intuition.
  2. Intuition is a natural ability that we all have so we don’t need initiations from others to ‘switch on’ unless we believe we do.
  3. Intuition is as simple as asking a question and listening for the answer.
  4. We each have our own way of hearing the answers to our questions.  This may be through dreams or day dreams.  We may hear a voice or feel things in our body.  It’s
    like our own special code and, once we know the key, it becomes easy to decipher the information we’re getting.
  5. Practise makes our intuition stronger.
  6. Trust in the answers we receive makes our intuition stronger.  If you disregard the information or don’t acknowledge it then you have to ask if you really want intuition to play a part in your life.
  7. A need to know makes our intuition stronger.  Use your intuition to fulfil your life’s purpose and help others achieve theirs and it will deliver for you.
  8. An ideal start is to spend a little time each day in meditation.  Even 5 minutes with your eyes closed and focusing on your breathing will slow your brainwaves down and connect you to your higher self.
  9. Your imagination is vital in developing your intuition.  If you don’t know the answer imagine what it is if you did.  What you mistake for imagination may very well be your intuition trying to communicate with you.
  10. Like our physical senses, intuition is a special gift and should be cherished.  It’s part of living our lives with integrity and using our intuition to manipulate others or to be nosy just doesn’t fit with integrity.

Intuition is simple if you let it be.

Jackie Notman is an intuitive adviser and coach who works on an energetic level with individuals and businesses using tools such as Feng Shui, Numerology, Dowsing, Astrology, I Ching and the Tarot.   This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

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Taking care of our energetic twin

It’s widely accepted that factors in our environment can cause health problems: we can catch diseases from the air that we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat and anything that we care to touch.

Fresh air, clean drinking water and unadulterated food is a must for our health and, in most civilised countries it’s a given.  In other words, a healthy environment is good for us.

Etheric bodySo, if this works on the physical level then it should also be so on the energetic level.  Our physical bodies have an energy twin: the etheric body.  If something happens to it the effect can manifest in the physical body.  Likewise, if our physical body is unhealthy it shows in our etheric body.

Therefore taking care of our energetic environment is as important as ensuring our physical environment is conducive to good health.

Humans are closely linked to the earth.  Our vibrations are similar to the natural vibrations of the earth.  Being ‘in tune’ with the earth keeps our energy bodies, and therefore our physical bodies, in tune, ie. healthy.

However, if that natural vibration is distorted regularly or for a long period of time, so our energetic body will react and our physical cells resulting in illness.

And what distorts that natural vibration?  It can be from the earth herself: fault lines, underground water, caverns and energy lines all have an effect.  This is known as Geopathic Stress.  There are also man-made causes (Technopathic Stress or Electrosmog) such as overhead power lines, mobile phone masts and microwave ovens.  And finally our own spiritual world can contribute to our dis-harmony: dis-incarnate souls, entities, demons or guardians (Geopsychic Stress).

All of these have an effect on our energetic environment.  All of these can have an effect on our physical health.  You may not be able to see it but you still need to protect yourself against it.  So, if you have your physical house in order it’s time to start looking at your energetic one.  For more information on the causes, effects and what can be done go to my website.

Jackie Notman is a business and feng shui consultant.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

Business Energetics is based on classic Feng Shui principles and brings together your environment and your people into one harmonised and focussed profit machine. 

If you would like to find out more about how your business could benefit from living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website http://www.fs168.co.uk/businessenergetics

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The original, mutli-dimensional World Wide Web

Love or hate social networking sites and perhaps the intrusion of the internet, you have to admire the energy and possibilities of the web phenomenon.  This virtual world has expanded exponentially since its inception but few people realise that the web is based on a natural concept that is as old as life itself.

Just imagine connecting with whoever you need to, without them having to accept your invitation on Facebook or LinkedIn.  Or being able to Google whatever information you need to know and the first search result is exactly what you’re looking for and is true.  You don’t have to remember a password when you log in.  You don’t have to worry about your computer crashing or being hacked and your identity won’t be stolen.

This we had, before the internet was a twinkle in anybody’s eye.  This we still have, if you choose to accept the concept.

It’s known by many different names: Universal Consciousness, Zero Point Field, Akashic Records or just The Field in Lynne McTaggart’s book of the same name.  Others may call it God.

Whatever your name for it, it describes an energy that connects everything and everyone at quantum level and in this environment time is not linear.  This means that, as part of this system, we have access to other conscious beings and information from our perceived time of past, present and future.  I bet Google would love to build a few algorithms to provide us with that sort of information!

How, you may ask, do you get onto this multi-dimensional web?  Well, there are people who claim to have access and offer advice to others: raising your vibration level through meditation or chanting; working with spirit guides or angels; some just naturally have the gift. However, there is another way.  It takes a little practise and a little belief but it’s achievable by almost anyone.  If you’d like to know how just check out my blog The Ultimate Gizmo.

 

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What if…?

You impose limitations upon yourself and then make a vain struggle to transcend them

Sri Ramana Maharshi

What if there were no limits to what you were capable of?

What if you could transcend all the laws of our physical world and know the truth?

What if you could live in other dimensions?

What if you could live outside of your physical body?

What if you could take time ‘being’ instead of ‘doing’?

Apologies – I’m not trying to come across as a New Age/Spiritual guru although it may seem that way.  I read the quote above by Indian Sage Ramana Maharshi the other day and it struck a chord because I’ve begun to notice instances where I have been limiting myself.  For example, at a recent networking event there was somebody I really wanted to talk to but he was quite well known in his field and I didn’t approach him because I thought ‘Why would he want to talk to me?’ 

What I should have been asking was ‘Why wouldn’t he want to talk to me?’ but that’s easy to say in retrospect.

So, I did some work on myself to try and find out exactly what self limiting beliefs I hold.  These are beliefs that have probably been with me most of my life and are so ingrained that I don’t often notice them.  They’re beliefs that were possibly meant to keep me safe from physical or emotional harm but, in reality, they’re beliefs that keep me chained.  And I would bet that you have some too.

If you can work with a partner it’s quite easy to test your beliefs through muscle testing.  Simply hold your arm out to the side so it’s level with your shoulder.  Say something that is true such as ‘My name is (insert name)’ and your partner puts a downward pressure on your arm at the wrist.  Because your statement is true this will be your strong reaction.

Then state a belief which you feel you may have problems with such as ‘I love myself unconditionally.’  If you do not believe this at a deep, subconscious level your partner will be able to press your arm down very easily.   This is your weak reaction.

Try the technique for each belief that you feel you may have a problem with.  You could hold limiting beliefs about your self esteem, your finances, your health or you may have feelings of guilt that are holding you back.  When you’ve finished always get your partner to test you strong again by using a true statement such as your name, eye colour or date of birth.

It can be very hard to face up to your self limiting beliefs.  It can be even harder to share them with somebody else in order to muscle test so you can test them with pendulum dowsing instead.

Dowsing is a way of accessing your intuition.  With muscle testing your body reacted to an untruth by giving a weak reaction. In the same way a dowsing instrument will react in different ways to a truth or an untruth.

Pendulum dowsing uses a weight (such as a nut or fishing weight) on a piece of string or, if you’ve seen dowsing pendulums for sale, they can be beautifully cut crystals or metal shapes on chains.

A pendulum can give you a Yes or No answer in the same way that muscle testing can give you a strong or weak answer.

Pendulum dowsingHold your pendulum in either hand so the weight is hanging freely down and with enough length to allow it to swing (about 4 – 6”).  Relax your shoulder and wrist and ask the pendulum to show you a Yes answer.  Try to keep your mind relaxed but focused on the Yes.  It may take some practice but soon your pendulum will begin to move in a certain direction.  It could be a clockwise or anti-clockwise circle, back and forward, side to side, an elliptic or whizz about like a whirling dervish.  You need to ask it this a few times until you are getting the same response which becomes your Yes response and will mean the same as a strong reaction in muscle testing.

Now do exactly the same whilst asking for a No response which will mean the same as a weak response in muscle testing.

So pendulum in hand, state your belief: ‘I love myself unconditionally.’  Focus on that and let your pendulum react.  Remember a No is the equivalent of a weak muscle testing reaction which means that no way do you love yourself unconditionally.  A Yes means that of course you do and lucky you.

You may be asking, what all this has got to do with the ‘What if’s’ at the start of this article.  Well, I dowsed my self limiting beliefs and came up with a list and then I wondered what I should do with them.  Okay, so I know that they’re holding me back but how do I overcome them?  After a lot of consideration I worked with each one using the two words ‘What if?’

Applying that to my example of the man at the networking event:  ‘Why would he want to talk to me?’  Well, what if he did want to talk to me?  How would that change the situation?  How would that change the way I feel?

If I turned an opportunity down because I didn’t think I was capable and I feared failure that would reinforce my belief that I wasn’t good enough.  But what if I did it and I succeeded or, forget the success, what if I just did it?

‘What if’ expands your mind.  It allows you to reach out beyond your boundaries and experience possibilities.  After all, life is full of many, many possibilities.  ‘What if’ gives you the choice of the type of life you experience.  What if you were to give up, right now, one of those beliefs that are holding you back?

See you on the outside.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

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A five minute daily routine that could bring you incurable optimism

Choose to be Happy

Easier to say than do?

Bad things happen to all of us but we are advised that it is our choice of reaction that determines whether we get stressed, or depressed or pessimistic.  We can choose to be happy is the message of many self help books.

On the surface this seems perfectly logical, easy to understand and simple.  So why isn’t it always so easy to put into practise?  Why can’t we always take things in our stride with a smile on our face and a skip in our step?

I try very hard to practise optimism and, a lot of the time it works.  But at other times, it just doesn’t and I haven’t been able to work out why until recently.  What I’ve discovered seems to be working and I’d like to run it by you and ask you to put it into practise and see if it works for you.

Let me start with a little bit of background to put it all into context.  For many years I have had a fascination for all things energetic.  Not necessarily the hyperactive type of energetic but the fact that everything in our world in its simplest form is made of energy.  The chair I’m sitting in at the moment, the computer screen I’m looking at as I type this and the words that I’m creating.  They are all related to me on a basic level.  To understand this energy more I dowse, using angle rods and a pendulum to gain an understanding the energies of the earth and how they interact with people and affect our lives.  This is a very valid part of my Feng Shui practise.

But, like most consultants I am called in when something needs putting right.  When the energy in somebody’s life is not in harmony.  And so, as a precaution I have started to protect myself psychically on a regular basis.  Not just when I think I need it but daily.  As a result my psychic protection is getting stronger and stronger as the regular practise seems to have a cumulative effect.

And the by-product of this – life’s pretty good.  Things that used to get to me now just bounce off or go right over my head.

So why would psychic protection make me see the world differently?  Let’s look again at the advice we are given – you can choose to be happy.  So with the best will in the world why doesn’t this work?  Could it be that other factors are affecting you?  Or, to be exact, other energies are interacting with your energy in a detrimental way.

If you are happy, your energy is vibrating at a certain level.  And it’s infectious.  Your energy vibration can affect the energy vibrations of others around you and so you make people smile, or everyone gets the giggles. 

It can work the other way too.  If somebody has a pessimistic outlook they can walk into a room and immediately lower the energy vibration.

Most of us don’t consciously recognise what is affecting us energetically.  Why we ‘got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning’.  But it’s when something is affecting us energetically in a detrimental way that, however hard we try and however much we want to choose to be happy, we just can’t do it.

If you think of a vacuum cleaner it has a filter that gets clogged up with bits of dust.  The filter needs to be cleaned regularly to ensure that the vacuum continues to work well.  Likewise our energy systems pick up bits of negative energy from all sorts of people and places and clog us up.  Using your conscious mind (ie, choosing to be happy) just doesn’t have an effect on your fundamental energetic level.

What does work is psychic protection.  Don’t get concerned about the psychic bit.  It means that it works on an energetic level.  It doesn’t mean that you’re going to become clairvoyant or a medium and start asking people to cross your palm with silver, unless you want to of course!

Psychic protection is quick, simple, gets stronger the more you practise it and quickly becomes a habit.  And then choosing the way you want to live your life may just become a whole lot easier.

If you want to find out more about psychic protection, why we need it and how to do it you can find details here.

And you can find out more about dowsing here.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

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The real challenge of living a spiritual life

There is a certain spiritual writer whom I used to admire.  He had a down to earth approach on how to live a spiritual life.  After selling many books and earning a lot of money he decided that he could no longer be spiritual in the rat race any more so moved to a remote part of the world to live off his profits.  And I thought – what a cop out!

There is a long tradition of using isolation to improve our spiritual connection.  Monks would live in caves and people seeking the truth would become hermits.  The Bible tells us that Jesus went into the wilderness to fast and seek the face of God.

Mostly these people lived in poverty, gave up any worldly possessions they had and their actions were seen as a sacrifice in order to gain in spiritual richness.  They relied on the generosity of strangers or followers.  However, that was in a world where money was not the foundation of society.

Picture of lone woman on mountain top

Can we find spirituality in the real world?

Today, attempting to live without money is impossible (unless you are doing it for a short period and writing a book about it or making a television programme).  Removing such an embedded energy from our lives invites distrust, judgement and exclusion.  Yes, you can use some of the barter systems that operate around the world.  To a point.  Or you can rely on the kindness of your family and friends.  To a point.  But, somebody somewhere has to be earning money to be able to bestow such generosity on you.

Of course, self sufficiency could work but land is expensive, especially here in the UK, which brings us back to money. 

So, is the possibility of a spiritual life only for the wealthy?  Once upon a time, when people retreated from the world to seek enlightenment, their isolation was seen as a sacrifice in return for spiritual richness.

These days, for those who have money and choose to retreat there is no sacrifice.  So, is enlightenment not achieved?  Is sacrifice the key rather than isolation?

After all, it’s easy to be spiritual and have good thoughts all the time in a world without difficulties and challenges but the true spiritual pioneers are making it work in this world: where money is the language we all use, where mortgages and bills have to be paid and we have to interact with each other throughout the mundanity of life.

If you can take all of that and still smile and be kind to people I salute you for overcoming the spiritual challenge of life in the 21st century.

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A little Wabi-Sabi each day keeps frustration away

I recently ordered a bell for my space clearing practise which is part of my Feng Shui service.  Tucked into the tissue paper that it was wrapped in was a little card with a poem on it.  It started:

‘Walk and touch peace every momentBare feet in sand

Walk and touch happiness every moment

Each step brings a fresh breeze

Each step makes a flower bloom

Kiss the Earth with your feet.’

It’s a concept so simple and yet so difficult to remember for many of us in our hectic lives.

The practise of Feng Shui is also about simplicity and being in harmony with our surroundings.  Many people believe it is about minimalism, Zen or a clinical environment.  But it’s really about being relaxed exactly where you are.  There is a Japanese philosophy called Wabi-Sabi that is very much in tune with real Feng Shui.

Wabi-Sabi is about being.  Being peaceful, balanced and in tune with nature.  It does not strive for perfection but celebrates growing old and recognises the beauty in that process.  Wabi-Sabi is about kissing the Earth with your feet.

Of course, it’s very easy to live this type of life if you remove yourself from the world.  Retreat, become a recluse or join a monastery.  The real challenge is to maintain this philosophy in the everyday world that most of us live in. 

We are all told we should set goals and have an action plan to achieve them.  We must look ahead and strive for what we want.  We are told not to live in the past because it’s unhealthy.  The past is gone and we can’t change it.  So we stand in the present looking back and forth, back and forth continually. 

Wabi-Sabi and Feng Shui says stop, just for a while and look around you.  See the beauty in everything.  Accept things just as they are.  Accept the people in your life just as they are.  For five minutes.  Just try it.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

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What Feng Shui is not

Some things are hard to define succinctly.  When somebody asks me what I do and I reply “I’m a Feng Shui consultant” people will understand it in a different way.  If they then ask me what it’s all about do I tell them it’s about how the environment affects their lives, or how their home fits into the landscape or how they can find love or good health or wealth? 

The thing is that Feng Shui is many things to many people, which is what makes it so fascinating.  However, there are some common thoughts of Feng Shui and what it is so I thought I’d start defining it by explaining what it is not: 

Zen meditation

Zen aims for enlightenment

 

Zen is a form of Buddhism where meditation is practised to achieve enlightenment

Feng Shui can help create a calm, relaxing place in which to meditate and, an understanding of Feng Shui will help you look at the world in a different way which is very enlightening. 

  

 

  

Minimalist room

Space doesn't suit everyone

 

Minimalism 

strips something down to its most fundamental features.  In terms of design or placement this can be seen as having little furniture and ornamentation in our homes and work places and ‘displaying’ what we do have.   

Where this suits some people, many of us prefer our environment to be expressive of our lives which often means anything but the bare essentials. 

Feng Shui supports this and advises on how to express your life in successful and positive ways through your decoration, ornamentation, artwork, images etc. 

 

  

Three legged toad

Will the toad bring you luck?

 

Three legged toads 

, just like four leaf clovers, are hard to find.  There’s nothing wrong with symbolising luck but Feng Shui doesn’t rely on superstition. 

Feng Shui analyses the types of energy in your home or workplace and advises on how you can make the most of the good stuff.  Feng Shui believes that you find positive energy.  It’s not about crossing your fingers and hoping. 

  

 

  

Small room

Best solutions on paper don't always work in reality

 

Disruptive.  

Being told that the best place for you to sleep in is the broom cupboard or you shouldn’t share a room with your partner is not realistic. 

A Feng Shui consultant takes account of your personal situation and works with you to find realistic solutions.  A Feng Shui consultant also understands that, sometimes, subtle is best. 

  

 

  

Demolishing a wall

Extreme Feng Shui?

 

Expensive.  

Re-position the front door or your life will be doomed – and knock down this wall while you’re at it.  Who’s got the money to do that? 

Well, some people have but expensive renovations are not necessary.  

A Feng Shui consultant can provide a range of solutions to a problem.  There are always options.  

 

  

Mumbo jumbo

Superstitious Feng Shui?

 

Mumbo-jumbo.  

“It’s not scientific” we cry.  

Actually, there is a lot of data from studies of our environment and its effect on us: colour, lighting, noise, electromagnetic frequencies.  Before such studies we relied on anecdotal evidence and beliefs.  Who knows what we will prove ‘scientifically’ a hundred years from now. 

By the way, do you believe in electricity?  Well, we don’t know how electricity actually works so that’s not scientific.  Maybe you should switch the kettle on for a cuppa and think about it. 

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information. 

 This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific environment.  

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk 

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Bomb detectors give dowsing a bad name

A security firm, based in Somerset in the UK, manufactured and exported bomb detectors to many countries including Iraq and Afghanistan.  In January 2010 the export of these devices was banned and the firm’s Managing Director was arrested on charges of fraud by misrepresentation.  He was allowed bail and has recently had that bail extended.  

ADE-651 Bomb Detector

ADE-651 Bomb Detector

 

The handheld device, known as the ADE-651, is supposedly based on the theory of dowsing and comprises of a black box that holds programmed substance detection cards which is connected to an aerial.  The idea is that the substance detection card allows the device to ‘tune in’ and search for matching vibrations in the environment it’s searching.  If the device matches the substance on the detection card with the same substance in the ground, it indicates so by moving. 

Witness pendulum

A Witness Pendulum is hollow to hold a trace of the substance being sought

 

This is not dis-similar to authentic dowsing in that the dowser ‘tunes in’ to what it is they are looking for and uses an instrument to show when that object or substance is found.  In fact, some dowsers use a sample of the substance, known as witnesses, to help them do that.  They may hold the substance or put it in an object, such as a pendulum, and use that object to dowse with.  This method is very successful and dowsers are used commercially to locate water, oil, precious metals and minerals.   

However, the use of the ADE-651 has highlighted a fatal flaw in the theory on which it is based.  This flaw is also a common misconception amongst those who do not dowse and that is believing that the thing you are holding is doing the dowsing. 

How can a black box like the ADE-651 work?  It has no power source, no leads and no microchips.  Well the answer is that it doesn’t.  It doesn’t do the work at all. 

How can a pair of wire rods or a pendulum detect underground water or oil or gold?  The answer again is that it doesn’t.  All of these things are, in one way, props.  However, they do perform one very vital function. 

Imagine you need to find something underground.  It may be a bomb or it may be water.  Everything gives off a vibration.  If you could pick up that specific vibration you would be able to find what you are looking for. 

So how do you do it?  You use your own body to tune into what you are looking for.  If you can’t tune in because you have no experience of the object or substance you are searching then you use a witness and tune your body into that.  As humans we vibrate at a certain level and we have the ability to recognise other vibrations through our body. 

Now, some people are either born with, or develop the ability to read these vibrations and understand what they mean.  The majority of us do not so we need something that can help us amplify the vibrations our bodies are picking up and also understand them.  And that’s where the prop comes in.  It will pick up the vibrations in our body and move, like a pendulum, dowsing rod or the ADE-651.  It will also react in a way that we become used to or become programmed.  So, for me if my pendulum swings in a clockwise direction I know it means yes to a question I’ve asked. 

As we are the dowsers, it’s important that we approach dowsing in a relaxed, non-expectant state.  If we are ill, tired, stressed or un-focussed in any way, our abilities will be impaired. 

So, the fatal flaw with the ADE-651 is that all the responsibility for the dowsing has been put in a black box with very little to endear it to scientists who are, at best, cynical.  And who can blame them? 

If this company had focussed on the people doing the dowsing they may still be in business and, people who have died may still be alive.  In fact, now that the ban is in place and the Managing Director under arrest, I wouldn’t be surprised of those soldiers or policeman who have successfully used the ADE-651 in the past find that their results are no longer accurate: faith in yourself is a key part of successful dowsing. 

Personally, I’m not sure I could get into the right mental and emotional state needed to dowse for bombs.  My hat certainly goes off to those who do. 

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information. 

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