Intuition is living in pact with our spirits and the larger force of life.
Intuition is listening. Deep. The art of I just know it. Being connected to yourself is the solution. It benefits you, but as you’ll notice living intuitively means living in pact with nature. What is good for us is good for the earth, the animals, the plants and everyone around us. Your deep connection with yourself has a ripple effect that will change the world.
Ask yourself if the advice that is being giving feels right to you. If it doesn’t – move on, or figure out why. We’re all different, that’s the beauty of being human.
When you practice intuitive living, you automatically feel more in the flow. You’re in the right place at the right time more often, you talk to someone who gives you the answer to something you were questioning, opportunities come your way that align more with what you want.
This month has alot of great Ayurvedic wisdom, positive affirmations, numerology, astrology and everything that has to do with intuitive living. 🙂 – Kelly Krishna
The owl spirit is emblematic of a deep connection with wisdom and intuitive knowledge. You are likely to have the ability to see what’s usually hidden to most. When the spirit of the owl guides you, you can see the true reality, beyond illusion.
When the five elements (tattvas) are strong, are in balance, and are located in their proper areas of the body, then you can resist stress, trauma, and illness. You do not get confused in conflicts between the two hemispheres of the brain as they compete for the right to make direct decisions.
This meditation we would like to share with you uses the hand mudra to pressure the 10 radiance points in the fingers that correlate to the zones of the 2 hemispheres. The equal pressure causes a kind of communication and coordination between the 2 hemispheres of the brain. The deep inhale gives endurance and calmness. The exhale through the mouth strengthens the parasympathetic system from a control band of reflexes in the ring of the throat. This calms reactions to stress.
The strokes of the exhale stimulate the pituitary to optimize clarity, intuition, and decision-making capacities. It resolves many inner conflicts, especially when the conflicts, especially when the conflicts are from different levels of functioning: spiritual versus mental versus physical, or survival needs.
Tattva Balance Meditation
Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine. Raise the arms with the elbows bent until the hands meet at the level of the heart in front of the chest. The forearms make a straight line parallel to the ground. Spread the fingers of both hands. Touch the fingertips and thumb tips of opposite hands together. Create enough pressure to join the first segments (counting from the tip) of each finger. The thumbs are stretched back and point towards the torso. The fingers are bent slightly due to the pressure. The palms are separated. Fix your eyes at the tip of the nose.
Create this breath pattern: Inhale slowly and deeply through the nose. Exhale through rounded lips in eight equal, emphatic strokes. On each exhale, pull the navel point in sharply. Continue for 3 minutes. Then inhale deeply, hold for 10-30 seconds, and exhale. Inhale again, and shake the hands over the head. Relax... Total Time: Start with 3 minutes and build a practice slowly to 11 minutes.
Peace to all, Light to all, Love to all.. Sat Nam. Sat Nam means Truth is my Identity.
Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂
Historically this is a profound kriya. It is said to have been practiced by both Buddha and Yeshua. It is said that Yeshua (Jesus) also learned this in his travels.You have probably seen this hand mudra or gesture in paintings and statues. It is a gesture and exercise of happiness and it opens the flow of the Heart Center.
No worries about learning this kriya to be a Buddha or a Yeshua, just learn it to be yourself. Try the technique and experience the state it brings, then share it by creating beauty and peace.
Posture: Easy Pose
Mudra: Extend the Jupiter (index) and Saturn (middle) fingers up and curl the Sun (ring) and Mercury (little) fingers, pressing them down with the thumb. Bring the hands up so the elbows are pushed back and a 30 degree angle is made between the upper arm and the forearm. The palms face forward and the forearms are parallel to one another. Make sure the elbows are pressed back and the chest is out.
Eyes: Closed; concentrate at the Third Eye very powerfully.
Mantra: Panj Shabad. Saa Taa Naa Maa. Chant mentally at the Third Eye Point. Saa=Infinite, Taa=Life, existence, Naa=Death, Maa=Regeneration, light. These are the bij sounds of Sat Naam, which means, “I am Truth.”
To End: Inhale deeply, exhale, open and close the fists several times, and relax.
Smiling Buddha Kriya-Meditation is the suggested meditation and yogic technique shared this morning on our “Love Never Dies” podcast. When we feel that we truly and appropriately have experienced the totality of our grief and decide that it is time to look forward, Smiling Buddha Meditation may be considered as a technology to provide transformation.
Smiling Buddha Meditation is extremely effective in providing the means to elevate ourselves in a very specific way to maximize our luminescence as humans. It is a meditation for repairing and opening the heart center. When the heart is open you can only feel elevated and blissfully fulfilled.
Ajna or third-eye chakra is the sixth chakra in the body. Ajna translates to “command” and is considered the eye of intuition. It is the power that has to do with recognition, imagination, visualization, dreaming, and perception. When a person has developed a strong Ajna, one can see the unseen and come from a deep inner state of knowing. You will sense when the Ajna is unbalanced it can result in rigid/one-way thinking, insensitivity, poor concentration, denial, and inability to see the future.
Many people are trained at an early age to not trust their own intuition. This could have been from parents or peers who made you believe that your senses were not valid, which created doubt. Children that were abused will disconnect from their lower chakras as a survival mechanism which causes them to over develop their higher chakras. An imbalance between the lower and high chakras can cause these children to escape reality through imagination and visualization. The long-term effect of this will cause people to be dreamers rather than doers. One must have balanced lower chakras as an anchor in order to have a properly functioning Ajna.
The Ajna also has to do with our perception. We all have perceptions and this is created from our upbringing, environments, and our beliefs. When perception is mistaken for intuition, we can get into trouble. Perception isn’t always reality. It is our limited reality. To balance the Ajna, we must challenge our perception and always seek reality no matter how uncomfortable it is.
Strengthening and balancing the Ajna is a process but can be done and requires daily meditation to function optimally. The results are very subtle and when they are not paid attention to, they can go unnoticed. The important thing when coming back into balance with the Ajna is to learn to trust your intuition and what you see in meditation. You will begin to know the difference between thoughts, perception, and intuition.
Ajna is a true gift and to have a fully functioning one will make you limitless. Check out this Kriya called “To See the Unseen” This specific technique helps with gaining Intuitive Vison. And everyone will have their own experience but this experience turned out to be a a visual intuitive experience.
To See the Unseen Yoga Kriya
Sit in easy pose with the right arm out in front parallel to the floor with the elbow straight, but not locked.
The palm to the right hand is facing up and slightly cupped as if catching rain.
The left hand is in Surya Mudra (ring finger touching the thumb) with the elbow at the aide and forearm facing out.
Close your eyes and focus on the tip of the chin. Strongly press the tip of the tongue to the palate behind the teeth
Mentally chant, “Wahe Guru” in silence.
Breath long and deep.
Practice for 11 minutes.
To End – Make panther claws (bend the fingers into the mounds of the hand). Inhale and turn to the left, then back to the center and exhale. Then inhale and turn to the right, then back to the center and exhale. Sat Nam.
When the Third Eye is activated we can command our own mind and command a Destiny. To see with crystal clarity. It’s been said that one’s Destiny is written on one’s forehead, more accurately, when the Ajna is activated we can live our life with an overview and navigate easily towards where our Destiny lies.
To crystal clarity,
Kelly Krishna Dunn
This time is a great expansion of consciousness that seems to bring with it – new challenges to humanity that we have never encountered before. The ancients have warned us to let go of the old ways now – that is living by the mind and ego.
The ego/mind is made up of thoughts and beliefs from the past (unreality) and it is not equipped to guide us into this new age.
It is time to rely on the strength of your own Soul and to live from your heart. If you commit to living from this place you will experience Life as exciting and filled with endless possibilities to further your highest potential.
To live by your Soul means to listen to your Intuition. Your intuition is the voice of your own inner Teacher that guides you from darkness. (unconsciousness) into Light (expanded consciousness).
Many people ask, “How do I know these messages are coming from my intuition and not from the ego/mind?”
Voice of Intuition vs Voice of EGO
1. Ego is Logical – Intuition is Creative
Often the ego’s voice will sound logical and rational. The advice is based on a past that no longer exists.
It may sound like, “Of course do this because it worked for you in the past” Intuition rarely sounds logical or rational. It is the creative voice & the solution or message that seems to come out of left field.
2. Ego is Fear Based – Intuition is based on Love
Ego voice example, “Keep that job that exhausts you – it gives you a regular pay check otherwise you will have no home – how will you live? The intuitive voice is rooted in love and reminds you that you have the support of the universe every step of the way. It is step by step often with intuition you do not receive the whole picture all at once.
3. Ego Sounds Judgmental – Intuition is Neutral
The ego’s voice is judgmental to the point of being abusive – criticizing yourself to make you believe that you are a bad person. This will make you treat yourself in disrespectful and unloving ways. Intuition is neutral in energy and these messages makes you treat yourself in loving and respectful ways.
Intuition sees the truth that we are all spiritual beings having human experiences.
Meditation for Intuition:
Tune in with the Adi Mantra 3 Times (Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo).
Interlace your fingers except the Jupiter Fingers (index fingers) point up.
Cross thumbs like so..
Eyes are 1/10 open.
Bring fingers just under your nose where you can see the tip of your Jupiter fingers.
INHALE -through ‘O’ mouth 4 Times.
EXHALE – once through the nostrils.
Use your diaphragm on the INHALE .
These exercises are time bound. Open up your chakras and open up your self sensory system.
Continue for 11 minutes-To End
Sat Nam (truth is my identity)
Kelly Krishna Dunn