MATEO SOL: “7 Gut Instincts You Should NEVER Ignore”

In order to fulfill your spiritual purpose in this life, you’ve got to walk the path less traveled.

And to walk the path less traveled, you have to embrace your inner wolf.

It is your inner wolf that will guard, guide, and protect you with courage, integrity, and intelligence.

But here’s the thing: in order to embrace your inner wolf, you’ve got to listen to your gut instinct.

The problem is that our gut instincts are often polluted by fears, prejudice, and mental clutter.

In this article, I want to share with you the seven gut instincts you should never ignore. You’ll also learn how to differentiate the voice of fear from the voice of primal wisdom.

What is the Gut Instinct? 

Your gut instinct is the physical reaction you have to the world around and inside of you.

When you experience an overwhelming “gut feeling,” your body is carrying out a primal response to subconscious information. The ultimate purpose of your gut instinct is to protect you. As your gut instinct is the most ancient and primal “sixth sense” you have, it is the one you can rely upon the most.

One example of your gut instinct in action would be deciding to spontaneously avoid walking down a road at night because something “feels off.” That feeling is your gut instinct warning you that danger is afoot. You may then glimpse an intimidating gang of men down the street as you hurry by — your gut instinct has just saved you from potentially being robbed, beaten up, raped, or worse.

How Does Gut Instinct Work? (and Why You’re an Animal)

Put simply, your body is like the television screen on which your subconscious (the radio waves) transmits its information. When you can learn to read your body, you can learn to accurately tune in to your gut instinct.

We human beings like to believe ourselves to be separate from animals. Yes, we might be more sophisticated. But at our core, we are still animals — human animals. Our primal impulses and evolutionary origins don’t just disappear because we sit and read the newspaper each morning or wipe our asses with lavender-scented toilet paper.

As noted by anthropologist Clifford Geertz:

… man is an animal suspended in webs of significance he himself has spun.

Rather than get hoity-toity about the fact that we’re only really advanced animals, why not embrace it? By honoring the wisdom of the subconscious mind and its impact on the body to produce ‘gut instinct’ we can save ourselves from a lot of suffering. (This has been proven by the way.)

What’s the Difference Between Gut Instinct and Intuition?

Gut instinct and intuition are often used synonymously. And, yes, they are interconnected. But they aren’t quite the same.

So what’s the difference?

Put simply, gut instinct is your primal wisdom. Intuition is your spiritual wisdom. We need both if we are to walk our spiritual paths with courage and intelligence.

Intuition is very cerebral — it is a calm and clear sense of “knowing.” On the other hand, gut instinct is very visceral and physical — you feel it in your body.

Intuition can be expressed through the body, and the gut instinct can be expressed through intuitive knowing. But generally, both are clearly discernable and strikingly different in their experience.

Also, gut instinct is much more emotional and reactive (as it is wired in the primal brain), whereas intuition is more neutral and calm.

Examples of Gut Instinct

Some call it a “hunch,” others an “inkling,” but in this article, we’ll refer to it as the gut instinct. Here are some examples that are taken from the animal kingdom and human (animal) behavior of gut instinct:

  • A herd of zebra sense danger while grazing. They cannot see the lions lurking in the surrounding savannah, but something is distinctly “off.” One zebra whinnies and the herd begins galloping away vigorously.
  • A herd of elephants meander through the deserts in search of water. Instinctively they know what direction to move in to find their sustenance.
  • A cat sits on the edge of a three-story house and wants to find a way down. She slinks over to the edge and stares at the ground apparently about to jump — but then changes her mind. She climbs down to the first story roof and then makes the jump, apparently aware on an instinctual level that jumping from any higher distance would injure her.
  • A person approaches you at a bar wanting to flirt with you. You start reciprocating, but something feels wrong. You sense a predatory quality about this person. You don’t trust them. You excuse yourself and leave.
  • Two hikers get lost on a trail within the mountains. Without a compass or any way to determine a direction back to camp, they sit silently and tune into the surrounding trees. Suddenly one of them points to the west, “I have a feeling that is the way back!” An hour later they have made it back to home base.
  • You’re driving down a highway at night. Suddenly, the impulse overtakes you to change lanes immediately. You obey the impulse, and a couple of seconds later miss a large spike of glass that could have punctured your tire and rendered you stranded on the side of the road.
  • A young woman is sitting in class at college. Out of the blue, she feels the strange impulse to return home. She ditches the class and catches a taxi, a pit of dread looming in her stomach. When she arrives home, she finds her mother on the floor having a heart attack. If she had ignored her gut instinct, her mother would have most likely died alone.
  • A man has two job offers. One of them pays less, and the other pays more. Logically he would choose the job that pays more, but he can’t shake the knot of dread that forms in his stomach every time he considers accepting the higher paying offer. He decides to choose the job that pays less. Two months later, he is relieved that he chose the right offer as the higher paying company went out of business due to a high profile lawsuit.

I hope you now have a good idea of how the gut instinct operates!

Signs You’ve Experienced a Gut Instinct

Pay attention to these signs:

  • A sudden feeling of dread or fear (that is out of context)
  • A strong urge to do something (feels like an inner nudge or pull)
  • Full-body chills, goosebumps or “tingles” up the spine
  • Nausea or physical uneasiness
  • Sudden hypervigilance (or being on “high alert”)
  • A clear and firm voice within you instructing you to do/not do something

You might experience all of these signs at once or only one or two of them.

Is it Fear? Or is it Your Gut Instinct?

Don’t get them confused!

But also, don’t worry if you have already. Chances are you were never taught about the difference between superficial mental fears and true gut instinct.

The mind can easily fool us, particularly when it comes to gut instinct. After all, we feel our emotions within our body. When you’re scared, you most likely get clammy hands, butterflies, and an increase in heart rate, right?

In a similar fashion, when we experience a gut instinct, we also receive physical sensations.

So how on earth can we distinguish between the two?

My response is to pay attention to your mind. What is the quality of your thoughts? Is your mind racing, frantic, or chaotic? If so, you are experiencing fear.

On the other hand, if your mind is relatively neutral, but your body is experiencing strong reactions (like a sense of impending doom for instance), you are experiencing a gut instinct.

In other words, when you need to distinguish between the voice of fear and your gut instincts, always turn your attention to your mind.

Why?

Gut instincts are spontaneous — they arise out of the blue. They don’t have time to build-up in the brain, therefore, the brain is relatively still and neutral. There is no “hmm, should I? Shouldn’t I?” going on. There is just an immediate DO THIS/DON’T DO THIS.

Fears, on the other hand, build-up. They are typically more vague, nagging, unclear, and tumultuous. If your mind is spinning, if your thoughts are everywhere, you are experiencing fear, not gut instinct.

7 Gut Instincts You Should NEVER Ignore

Obviously, you must be the judge. But there are some situations in life where your gut instincts shine the most.

While it’s easy to brush off most nagging sensations, please never ignore the following ones:

1. “I’m in danger”

Remember that your gut instincts reflect what your subconscious mind already knows. Although you may not be able to pinpoint what exactly the danger is, please listen to this inner warning. It could be the difference between life and death.

2. “They’re in danger”

Yes, you might sound like a lunatic. Yes, you might feel embarrassed or perplexed. But if you genuinely feel that someone is in danger, tell them. You have nothing to lose. You might just prevent the person from making a big mistake or endangering themselves.

3. “This isn’t the right choice”

If you get a strong and clear feeling that what you’re doing isn’t right, pay attention. Even if there is no moral or logical reason why you should be feeling that way, take heed.

4. “I need help”

Your gut instinct doesn’t only warn you of danger, it also helps to preserve your emotional wellbeing. If you receive a strong sensation that you need help (whether physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually), seek it out. Don’t linger.

5. “I need to help them”

At some point in our lives, the overwhelming desire to help someone will arise. There may not be any rational reason why. The other person may appear to be perfectly fine on the surface. But don’t let appearances deceive you. Have a conversation with the person. Ask them how they are. This might make you feel vulnerable or uncomfortable, but you will at the very least make the person feel special, and at the most potentially save their lives.

6. “Something feels off in my body”

Unless you’re a hypochondriac (which is unlikely), your gut instincts rarely lie about the state of your health. If a sudden strong and clear desire arises to see a medical professional, do it. Get a full health assessment, and even if nothing comes up, feel proud of yourself for practicing self-care.

7. “This is it!”

Often when the perfect life calling, spiritual path, job, house, decision, option, etc. comes along, your gut instinct will immediately notify you. If you receive a strong and clear feeling that practically screams “YES” don’t ignore it! This is one of the most important reasons why it’s essential to listen to your gut instinct. It could be the difference between making a life-fulfilling choice and a soul-starving decision.

Trust Your Gut

So long as you’re able to distinguish between the voice of fear and the spontaneous feelings of your gut instinct, it is safe to trust your gut.

Trusting your instincts is an invaluable life skill and one that will tremendously benefit you on the spiritual path. After all, this instinct is built into our very DNA, so why not make the most use out of it?

As a final recommendation, I suggest practicing mindfulness meditation if you struggle to trust your gut. Mindfulness meditation will help you to become aware of your thoughts and body sensations. The more awareness you can develop, the easier it will be to make the distinction — it will become second-nature to you.

 

~via LonerWolf.com

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CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “7 Signs Your Calling Is A Modern Day Shaman”

Ascension Avatar note: With prominent Native American heritage, gifted (or cursed?) with OBEs, levitation, and having survived three NDEs… this article really ‘called’ to me today… 🙂

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A Shaman is a person who helps others to awaken their consciousness and heals the wounds of the humanity.

In this article we’ll share 7 signs which will tell if you can be a shaman or not. Here are the signs that you are being called on the Shamanic Path.

1. YOU FEEL A STRONG CONNECTION TO NATURE

You understand that everything in the world is connected. Thus you feel close to the nature. You see yourself as a part of the nature. You can even experience the joy and the pain that a dog (or any other animal) feels. Like other Shamans, you believe in the concept of ‘the web of life’.

2. YOU ENJOY SOLITUDE AND FIND IT HARD TO FIT IN WITH OTHERS

Since the ancient times, shamans have been living a life of solitude. They lived outside the villages and were considered as ‘different’. However, they were the reverent figures as they possessed the wisdom of this world and the other world. Their gift of sensitivity and empathy was also respected.

3. YOU’VE EXPERIENCED A NEAR-DEATH, OUT-OF-BODY OR MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE

To be called a shaman, you must experience death and rebirth. Thus, most shamans experience a near death experience or a life threatening problem. Only after healing from this condition can a shaman really possess true powers.

4. YOU’VE FELT A SUBTLE HEALING ENERGY IN YOUR HANDS

You have the ability to control and manipulate energy in others’ bodies.

5. YOU CAN EASILY ‘READ’ OTHERS

People having Shamanic frequency are able to feel and tell people’s emotions and problems. Thus, you can even tell sometimes about the possible solutions for a problem without even knowing it.

6. YOUR ANCESTORS WERE ALSO HEALERS

Many a times it is observed that the shamanic abilities are inherited from the forefathers. Thus if your father or grandfather was a shaman, there is real chance that you are too.

7. YOU CAN SEE THINGS THAT OTHERS CAN’T SEE

You have been introduced to the hidden dimensions at a very early age. Thus you can see and feel things that others cannot. To control this huge influx, you must have fluidity in your mind.

What do you think about these signs? Are you showing any of these signs? Maybe you know someone who is.

Let us know your thoughts!

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com

CHRYSILLA LEWIES: “Find Your Life’s Purpose”

“Our life purpose isn’t always something big. It can be as simple as taking it easy, being a good listener, a collector of information, a protector of historic artefacts, doing healing and energy work, or helping animals. We are multidimensional beings and depending on how open-minded you are, I have found people to be ‘anchors’: bringing in higher vibrational frequencies and anchoring it into the planet and they do it by just being here.”

~Chrysilla Lewies

 

Finding our life purpose is a question most of us seek in life. It gives Life a purpose and gives us direction and clarity to know the meaning to why we are here. This article will hopefully assist you in finding your purpose.

The first step to find one’s life purpose is to start by doing self-inquiry and you can do that by asking yourself two questions:

1. Who am I?

2. What am I?

By making a list of the above including all the things you enjoy such as your hobbies or your passions you will get a visual image of what’s already your life purpose, the things you love and the things that brings you fulfilment. So many of us are in jobs that we hate and doing things that doesn’t feel good and it may make you feel like you’re swimming upstream with a rush of water that keeps pushing you back and no matter what you do, it feels like you’re just not getting anywhere. Getting to know your life purpose will come naturally to you.

Making a list

Make a list of all the things you enjoy doing and then make a list of all the things you might be doing out of obligation or responsibility.

When you are doing something that doesn’t align with what you really want to do, it means that you are suffering (emotionally) and this could be minor things that you don’t think is important at all. By becoming present and questioning everything you do (your actions) you will become more aware and step into who you truly are and become aware of your life purpose more fully.

Our life purpose isn’t always something big. It can be as simple as taking it easy, being a good listener, a collector of information, a protector of historic artefacts, doing healing and energy work, or helping animals. We are multidimensional beings and depending on how open-minded you are, I have found people to be ‘anchors’: bringing in higher vibrational frequencies and anchoring it into the planet and they do it by just being here.

Find joy in life, go out and experience the world, meet new people, and in that experience, we open the doors to endless possibilities.

Chrysilla Lewies

 

~via In5D.com

NEZEL PADAYHAG: “9 Major Signs That Tell You’re An Indigo Adult”

People who are called for spiritual purposes share almost the same traits.

Yet it’s important that you know what your specific calling is so that it’s easier for you to respond to the call and develop the gifts that you bring but are unaware of.

Indigos have gifts of empathy, precognition, or even emotional healing. They are born with these gifts because the world needs the wisdom they have that can bring a ray of light in this dimming world. Here are the major signs that tell you are an indigo adult.

9 Major Signs You’re An Indigo Adult:

1. You are extremely curious.

You keep asking for the why of things, especially the troubles that are happening around you. You want to know why there is poverty, hatred, conflicts, and disparity.

You don’t accept that there will be a gap between things that’s why you are questioning everything just to connect the dots.

2. You can’t conform to conventional systems.

Indigos don’t feel comfortable with authority. You don’t like to follow rules and regulations because they’re self limiting.

You understand that people shouldn’t be controlled by others who love to exercise authority over them.

Once in your life, you may have been accused of being rebellious despite the purity of your intentions.

You don’t intend to initiate agitation, you just see the loopholes in the system and want to correct it the way you see fit.

Creating new organizations to achieve your cause is your way of spreading awareness to the masses.

3. You can feel the sufferings of others.

As an indigo adult, you’re an empath to the core. You can’t bear seeing the pains and sufferings of others. Because of this, you avoid situations where you feel helpless because you know you can’t do anything to help out.

It’s not that you don’t care, it’s just that you feel emotionally drained when exposed to these situations.

And you just can’t take it when you see no steps are being taken to help the innocent and the helpless.

4. You are deeply connected to animals and nature.

You find yourself in harmony with nature and spending time with it is your way of grounding yourself.

You also love animals and may even go your way to rescue them, protect them, and even fight for their rights.

It’s because you believe that every creature should be treated equally and has to live with dignity.

This is how valuable life is to you.

5. You have episodes of depression.

Depression comes as no surprise to indigo adults considering the ugliness and injustices the world is going through.

As early as in your adolescent years, depression gets in your nerves since you still don’t understand what’s going on outside and inside of you.

Because you can’t relate to how others go after money and power, you find difficulty in fitting in with the world.

You might think there is something wrong with you or that you cannot fit into society. You might think society is wrong.

But as soon as you find your unique life purpose, you rise above these issues and pave the way for others to see the essentials of life.

6. You are drawn to spiritual teachings.

Even though you may not have been raised in a religious environment, you are spiritually inclined.

Or, if your family is religious, you follow your own spiritual inclinations. You are drawn towards spiritual teachings from enlightened people from all around the world.

Your spirituality is deeply rooted that you are spiritual mature beyond your years. People can’t help but notice.

7. You strongly know your life has a purpose.

While others strive for success in their professional careers, you strive for a life that has purpose and meaning.

You know you have a mission to fulfill and you’re busy seeking the ways and means in fulfilling it.

This path isn’t easy, though, because you don’t know how or where to look for support. But this doesn’t stop you from making this world a better place.

8. You encounter synchronicities very often.

Once you start in this journey, help will come along the way. The Universe will see to it that you’re able to do what your soul has set out to do.

To let you know you are on the right path, you will encounter many synchronicities very often, maybe even daily.

Your subconscious mind will help you see clues and hints telling you whether or not you are on the right path.

Because you can perceive things on a much different light, beyond the illusion of reality, you will notice these signs much more than any other regular human.

9. You have urges to create.

You are inspired by many things. Inspiration comes to you really often and it urges you to create something.

You have tendency towards art and music. Your artistic side is always pushing you to do something and express your inner world.

It might be writing, playing an instrument, painting or even singing, but whatever it is you are urged to create something, to produce.

If the above hints speak clearly to you, then you’re an indigo adult. Embrace your unique calling and start following the path designed solely for you. It’s okay to feel afraid or clueless. The internet is filled with the help that the indigos need.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

LISA RENEE (Time Shift Blog): “Evolving Beyond Closed Source Systems”

“We are in the end times, the crossroads that define who on the earth is willing to evolve beyond the closed source systems of consciousness-energy enslavement that was administered through off planet Archontic Engineered Parasitism. Those who refuse to change their parasitic behaviors will have more dire consequences to their actions, individually and globally, and thus the fight for control over the access to others’ energy resources will appear to be greatly magnified on the earth surface as this transition occurs on the planet.”

~Lisa Renee

 

Some of us have been given new lessons in order to adjust our thought processes or daily activities into the next dimensional level of the Law of Structure, that governs the movement of energy towards open source energy systems within the Collective Consciousness fields.  Now to align with the field where we receive the most spiritual-energetic support, we must evolve into the next stage of spiritual development, which requires we learn how to evolve beyond closed systems and manifest in the material reality without using, manipulating or taking other people’s energy.  Thus, we begin a new cycle to gain more confidence in this process, similar as the baby bird being flung out of the nest and forced to learn how to fly.  For some, this may mean moving residence into a more supportive area or preparing for a major life style change.

We have to stand upon our own inner foundation, building core self and developing personal merit to support ourselves in the physical world by sourcing the energy we need to manifest from within us, rather than needing to take from other people’s energy in the external.  The more advanced the stages of manipulation that a person uses for parasitic means in order to take energy away from others for Service to Self motivations, the more difficult the repercussion will become in the future.  Many people are enduring this hard lesson of gaining more self-reliance and choosing self-sourcing in order to end co-dependent or parasitic relationships and stop engaging in harmful exchanges during this time.  Even if we are upset at the perceived transgressions of others, we must not have intent to harm anyone including ourselves.  In the final accounting, no one gets away with anything, all that has been hidden in this dark aeon will be revealed and seen in the longer term.

Rather than continue to behave in the co-dependent ways that we have been socially engineered through implanted thoughts by the NAA, we must learn to free ourselves from Energetic Parasites and the parasitic control that is commonly used within the microcosm and macrocosm.  This is the beginning cycle for phase transition that pushes us strongly forward to change these parasitic habits, whether known or unknown to us.  Simultaneously, as we take steps to end parasitic exchanges, we must learn how to generate balanced value exchanges in our personal and professional lives that are mutually beneficial, and not one sided drains based upon purely selfish motivations or with intent to harm.

To become freed of the consciousness prison on earth that is based on the principles of Predatorial Parasitism, we have to begin to evolve beyond it and learn new ways to sustain ourselves from our own internally generated spiritual energy.

One important lesson many people are learning now is that we must remove the concepts we had around money as the first directive to achieve in life and begin to see that the primary motivation for money lies in our darkest fears of survival that have been manipulated by the Controllers.  People should not pray for money, they should pray for their fear to be removed and their higher spiritual purpose to be revealed.  As with higher spiritual purpose in action, dedicated in Service to Others, comes everything that you will need to fulfill that higher purpose, which brings unconditional love and meaningful connection into your life.

Most people are unaware that satanic forces are actually hiding behind an astral mirage made up of a colossal field of ravenous energy parasites.  Satanic controlled systems are also closed source parasitic systems that a few people benefit from.  Taking the overall energy resources for their personal advantage at an extreme energetic cost to many others, generating severe imbalances that contribute to energy wars, poverty, disease and world suffering.  We are in the end times, the crossroads that define who on the earth is willing to evolve beyond the closed source systems of consciousness-energy enslavement that was administered through off planet Archontic Engineered Parasitism.  Those who refuse to change their parasitic behaviors will have more dire consequences to their actions, individually and globally, and thus the fight for control over the access to others’ energy resources will appear to be greatly magnified on the earth surface as this transition occurs on the planet.

Closed Source or Bi-Wave Systems

Closed Source systems of bi-wave, anti-life reversals and fragmented polarity consciousness within the planetary field are falling into descension spirals, and then being transmuted into smaller units and transited out.  Therefore, these systems are losing access to the same energy resources that were being harvested from the artificial networks or closed systems throughout the previous cycle.  Simultaneously, the open source systems of tri-wave consciousness architecture is pulling away from the dead energy spirals in the parasitic systems and gaining momentum through increased access to higher quality open source energetic resources.  These open source energy resources are being transferred into the earth body by circulating the higher frequency Krystal Spirals that help to build the blueprint foundation that is required to support planetary hosting for Ascension.

An Open Source system is able to receive new energy from within and outside of itself. This means that open source systems will be able to continue to run internal and external energy, in order to maintain energetic balance and homeostasis throughout its systems.  An open source system will be able to replenish lost energy and tend towards maintaining states of Negentropy, which keeps its overall functioning over time, balanced and stable.  With an open source system, time is on its side.  Eventually, time will reveal the truth of the source of energy it is circulating through its ability to maintain balance and stability of its overall functioning, without using parasitic means to accomplish its purpose.

To participate with the Ascension Cycle, requires our transformation away from serving the individualistic egocentric self.  It also requires finding our place within group consciousness, without losing the core of our real self or draining our energy.  When we are not being our true self, we are drained of energy, used for putting up an egoic facade.  While we are losing our negative ego identity, we are in the process of finding the real inner self and finding new ways to increase our personal energy.  This is how we learn to expand our ability to feel comfortable with ourselves while we are participating or observing a variety of roles or archetypes that may reveal themselves within a group consciousness.  Eventually, our goal is to become aware of the roles or archetypes that we play unconsciously, and to clear ourselves from hiding behind them as masks that we show the public.  Unconscious masks drain our energy and are created from; wounded ego, unresolved conflicts, ingrained fears of vulnerability and betrayals of misplaced trust in others.  Becoming authentic while in a group setting, requires us to shed our false identities and express ourselves transparently and authentically, without ever needing to defend who we are.  This takes practice to finally get it right.

Whatever group you may be connected to at this time, has a higher purpose for personal spiritual growth, completing karmic cycles, as well as learning how to maintain, conserve or increase personal energy.  Increasing our personal energy from extracting energy parasites leads to higher consciousness states and is what helps us to spiritually heal.  This experience while in a group helps us to develop into greater spiritual maturity, to gain the direct knowledge and experience of unity in diversity that is inherently present within group consciousness.  When we have self-realization of this fact, we experience the deep connection we have to others, which further increases our genuine feelings of empathy and compassion for the world.

 

(Source: ES Newsletters: Energetic Parasites, Entropy and Negentropy)

~via EnergeticSynthesis.com – Time Shift Blog – May 14, 2018