Guest writer,  Intuition,  spirituality,  thoughts

Intuition By Amy Keast

Intuition-The Mother Board Intuition comes from the latin word “intueri.” Translation is to look inside or to contemplate.  Intuition is a right brain function and some believe that it is the mother board for innovation.  Right brain function is associated with creativity.  Being creative is not just playing music or having artistic ability.

Being creative is a way of thinking, a way of viewing the world.  The right side is the side of the brain that is intuitive.  Many people claim to have intuitive abilities.  While others don’t believe in such things.  Most would have to admit that there is something to it even though they can not explain.  Some call it mother’s intuition, some say psychic, yet others call it a gut feeling.

Intuition is knowing something without having to learn it.  No matter what you call it, it all means the same thing.  It’s hard to imagine that we would come into the physical without a connection or guidance to the spirit world.  Just as it is hard to imagine that we would travel without a phone or GPS in today’s world.  Imagine going to a place you have never been before or remember being and you are lost.  Who would you turn to?  We all have a guidance or our own GPS system.  We all need to utilize it.

Pay attention to those gentle nudges. It’s your intuition


The short of it: I’m a mother, wife, pharmacist by trade, and an intuitive.

Sometimes I make people feel uncomfortable when I tell them what I do. Some use the word psychic or spirtitual counselor. But it all means the same thing. I’m not hung up on the label. It all boils down to the same thing.

So are you wondering how a third generation pharmacist and midwest girl finds herself an intuitive? Well, I wondered for awhile, as well.

As a young child, I always knew things without questioning how I knew. I was something that people didn’t talk about. Maybe, I knew better than to ask. And Mom always seemed to be saying, “Ask Amy, she’ll know what’s going on.”

And then … I shut it all down. Probably a survival mechanism.

It wasn’t until I was out on my own many years later that I rediscovered my gifts. Not knowing how to use them or share them, my gifts stayed in the background of all that I did.

Today, I’m no longer willing to hide, and I embrace my intuition and am ready to share it with you.

I currently live in the midwest (USA)  with my husband, our 2 daughters and our dog.

You may contact me at amykeast@fmctc.com or visit my website at www.amykeast.com



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