In this era, where the brilliance of illumination permeates the earthly realm, we find ourselves blessed with an amplified capacity to perceive the ethereal whispers of the Divine within our hearts and minds. Even for those who have strayed far from the spiritual path, the opportunity to journey back to its sacred embrace has become more accessible than ever before. The only requirement is a heartfelt desire to return and an unwavering commitment to attune oneself to the voice of inner wisdom that may have been disregarded in the past.
This sacred wisdom we speak of is known as intuition—a phenomenon that unfolds in silence, guided by the inspiration bestowed upon us from realms beyond. Often, it is attained through patient inquiry and receptive anticipation. While some intuitive revelations may primarily pertain to the human realm—such as intimately knowing how a person might respond to certain stimuli or what actions they might undertake—there exists a form of intuition that surpasses these boundaries. This form, known as “higher intuition“, emanates from a sacred plane, translating the messages of the soul where Divine truth, luminosity, and wisdom dwell.
Yet, for many, there remains a significant chasm—a void that renders it arduous to discern the words whispered to and from the soul. To bridge this divide, both the mind and heart must embrace a willingness, and a nascent trust in one’s capacity “to know” must be kindled.
Intuition cannot be taught; it yearns to be granted passage. It is an inherent capability that slumbers within us, awaiting our turn towards it, akin to a flower seeking the radiant sun. We can commence this transformative journey by nurturing a modest inclination to seek greater understanding of truth, light, and wisdom as they pertain to our own lives and those of our loved ones. We can begin by offering prayers to remove the veils that obscure our comprehension or diminish our perception of this truth.
The desire to establish a connection with higher truths unfurls the gates to inner knowing, especially when accompanied by a willingness to receive and heed what has been heard or sensed. Some individuals possess knowledge within them, yet they dismiss or invalidate the insights gained through their inner senses. Such choices begin to seal the doors of heightened perception and grant undue influence to fear—fear of being fallible, fear of deviating from the norm, fear of the transformative changes that might be demanded by the revelations received. To unlock the doors to intuition and keep them ajar, we must possess the willingness to hear and know, and above all, we must trust.
Trust is a complex matter, often necessitating a reevaluation of our lived experiences. Perhaps life has compelled us to adopt a more pragmatic outlook, prioritizing the mundane tasks of existence and caring for others. Alternatively, we may have erred in the past, placing our trust in unworthy recipients. Moreover, we might have forgotten our inherent capacity to feel, sense, and remain open to all levels of existence. Trust not only requires a willingness to receive from other realms within ourselves, but also to believe in our own ability to flow with life’s currents and effect the necessary changes, both within ourselves and in the external realm.
Many individuals possess profound knowledge but recoil from recognizing it due to the potential consequences it may entail. To unlock the doors further to intuition and embrace a heightened perception of light and truth, we must relinquish such fear. Particularly in these pressing times, with myriad profound challenges facing humanity as a collective, and consequential actions impacting the entirety of humankind, it becomes imperative that we reclaim our capacity to know and trust—the very essence that gives rise to intuition. Otherwise, we find ourselves adrift, vulnerable to the whims of public opinion rather than dwelling in the presence of truth.
For reasons both deeply personal and intrinsically human, it is now essential for us to open ourselves to the radiant luminosity present within, allowing our inner senses to awaken and illuminate the paths we tread. The times we inhabit demand this of us, and our hearts echo this longing, urging us to partake more fully in the collective tapestry of humanity, as well as in the intricate weavings of our own lives. Let us commence with prayers and meditations, followed by periods of reverent silence and emptiness—moments when we release the desire to comprehend and instead await divine revelations. Let us prepare ourselves to become vessels of truth and light. The recognition of intuition’s gifts may not manifest immediately, but rest assured, it shall transpire. All of existence rejoices when a seeker, who has strayed from recognizing their divine essence, embarks upon the sacred path of return.