Have you ever experienced an uncanny sense that events will unfold in a particular manner? Perhaps you’ve had dreams that surprisingly foretell the future, or you’ve got a bad gut feeling about someone that later proves accurate. If you find yourself affirming these scenarios, it’s possible that you’re aligned to your wise inner self, your Higher self. Continue reading to explore the signs that reveal the extent of your intuitive nature.
Understanding and listening to your intuition can be a powerful tool for avoiding relationships that could potentially result in disappointment and pain. Embracing your intuition can also help you foster old and new meaningful connections. In light of this, we offer 7 practical tips on how to effectively tune into your intuition.
How do you know when you should be trusting your gut feeling about someone?
Read on to find out 8 practical ways on how to be more intuitive.
Have you ever had dreams that perfectly predict the future? Or have you ever had a strong sense of knowing about someone or something? These are examples of having a strong connection with that wise part of yourself —your intuition.
This wise inner voice comes from your unconscious mind. This part of your mind constitutes 95 percent of all brain activity. It hides mental information acquired throughout your entire life, and it influences and directs all of your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
In the ever-evolving field of neuroscience, the concept of neuroplasticity has taken center stage, highlighting the brain’s remarkable ability to adapt and reorganize itself. Harnessing this capability is crucial for cognitive health and overall well-being. In this article, we’ll delve into what neuroplasticity is, explore why it’s essential, and present 8 effective ways to increase neuroplasticity.
The benefits of being in nature are numerous. The reason behind this is quite simple: there’s a very strong maternal connection between humans and nature. In fact, nature has been popularized as “Mother Nature” for a very long time, and it’s actually a very accurate description. Just like children come from mothers, we come from nature. Because we were originally ONE with nature, closely and directly intertwined with it; we used to coexist freely and directly with it.
A spiritual (yet, scientifically explained) guide for mending a broken heart.
At some point in your life, you’ll have your heart broken. And not just once, but several times. You may go through the loss of a significant relationship, the death of someone you love, or perhaps, you’ll fail in your career. Whichever the reason, do you know how to mend a broken heart? And perhaps, not only mend it. More important yet, do you know how to gain wisdom and growth out of wretchedness?