Within us there lives the most calm, serene lake of wisdom; a most beautiful, powerful pond of precise kindness, compassion and clarity. Let's understand that and let’s dive into it within ourselves.
We are still breaking down what was the Piscean Age, which was all about seeking knowledge and existing in individual consciousness, following teachers, etc. In the Aquarian Age, which we are now in, we are breaking down these old ways of being. Instead, we are connecting to our intuition and therefore know all that we need to (it is within us). With this mindset, we understand that we have a collective consciousness to complete our shared vision to help the world heal, together. These times are about intelligence; intelligence of self and awareness of self, to become leaders all in our own right.
Intuition is our capacity to sense our connectedness with everything. As part of everything, we share an ability to notice the pattern in things. In each moment, each snippet of experience, there is the imprint of the whole. We can notice what type of seed we are looking at and know what that will become. For example, if we know we have an apple seed in our hand, we know it will be a tree that will bear apples. We may not know all its circumstances, nor exactly how big it will be, nor if a pestilence will assault it. But we know that we have a seed and know its identity and its destiny. Intuition is our inner knowing. ⠀
Our bodies have five senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, hearing. But not to be overlooked are the senses of our souls: intuition, peace, foresight, trust, empathy.
All of the qualities, the resources, the frequencies are within you -- it is just a matter of awakening the powers we hold within ourselves. Kundalini Yoga acts as a mirror, as a tool that contains the intelligence and vastness of the Aquarian Age and ultimately aids in strengthening and refining our intuition. It opens us to our journey within: to discover the hidden parts of ourselves, to examine them, to open ourselves up, to face the shadows, to connect to our soul, our hearts, and emerge as our true selves.
Intuition is that internal tutor that has experienced all, but nothing; tests one's knowledge by subjecting them to smilingly complex situations; riddling life’s perplexities whose answers are never wrong or right, then mocking her student with radical paradoxes and experiences that yet seem real but are merely illusions. There is no greater teacher, Buddha or master in tuition; serve the one that comes by simply tuning in to one's inner spirit and tutor. Say "I Am"...
“Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” -Carl Jung