Honoring our intuition is essential in honoring the richness of the transpersonal. Any information that we receive that is beyond logic or reason is an intuitive gift. Intuition can come in many forms; sensations in the body, a ping of insight, imagery, hearing a deceased loved one, hearing the inner young one or future self, or having an idea or creative solution. Intuition is the map of holism coming together.

Awareness of our own internal experience provides us with access to our intuition. As we stay seated in ourselves, we track our bodily sensations, our breathing patterns, and what pulls our attention.  The act of opening up our mind and looking at the Higher fields of awareness can offer tremendous insight and guidance. The more present and open we are in our alignment, the more able we are to access our clairsenses.

The 6 Clairsenses:

  1. Clairvoyance is the ability of clear seeing–Visions, imagery, dreams, witnessing the akashic field, and so on.
  2. Clairaudience is the ability of clear hearing–hearing deceased loved ones, younger and future aspects of self or another, another’s thoughts, and so on.
  3. Clairsentience is the ability of clear feeling–sensations in the body, feeling someone’s pain, feeling someone’s spirit, having a ping of gut instinct, and so on. 
  1. Claircognizance is the ability of clear knowing–Knowing about people and events that others wouldn’t normally know, truths, forewarnings, and so on.  
  2. Clairalience is the ability of clear smelling–smelling odors of a deceased loved one, past memory, etc.
  1. Clairgustance is the ability of clear tasting–Tasting something that isn’t actually there, like a favorite meal, etc. 

Coming into full spiritual alignment is the essence of coming into full contact. People come back into full spiritual alignment by coming into contact with their Self where they become available for the sensations in their body, differentiate from their conditioned self and ordinary mind, claim their shadow and integrate disowned parts. Bringing more awake awareness into all aspects of the Self and welcoming all aspects of themselves that arise on their way to deeper alignment and contact with their clairsenses.  

In her recent Grief to Growth interview, Harmony shares her experience with bringing clairsenses into her work with clients: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVnWDFkwv7o


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Resnick, S. (1975). Gestalt therapy as a meditative practice. In J. Stevens (Ed.), Gestalt Is (pp. 223-228). Moab: Real People Press. (week 2)

Rosenberg, M. (2015) Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life: Life-Changing Tools for Healthy Relationships. Puddle dancers Press.


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