Arts of Intuition

Lasting change, inspired by intuition

Lasting change, inspired by intuition

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The Journey

I invite you to come with me on a journey. This will not be like any other journey you have taken thus far in your life; it will be filled with obstacles, testing your grit and resolve. It will test the very being of who you are. Nevertheless, if you are up to the challenge, you will find a state of happiness, purpose, and being that you never knew was possible. A sense as it were, an intuition of who you are. Who you really are. And here is the secret, it is already there, hidden inside. To find this intuition, we only need to take a first step. Lets begin…
Who are you? Is this a question you ask often, or is the first time it has come across your mind? Whichever it is, I am glad you are thinking of this question now. Sometimes we chase after a self-imposed perception of who we are, or perhaps, cling onto definitions of ourselves received from others. If you find yourself in one of these two self-perceptions, this is great news!
You may be asking, “Great news? How can this be great news?” Yes! It is great news! You are at point where you can easily see who you are NOT! That is the beginning of using your intuition to gain a sense of who you are. Perhaps it is still too early to see, but you are perfect right now. There is nothing you need in addition to what you have right now in order to find the happiness and purpose you seek. You are WHOLE!
Now you may be asking, “Well, if that is true, then why do I feel the complete opposite of that!? There is no WAY I am perfect or, as you say, ‘whole’. How can that be true?” I get it, I have been there. I ABSOLUTELY know what it feels like to be “lacking” or “not enough” in so MANY ways. I am here to help you see past that line of thought. The limiting thought of thinking the ideal representation of “me” exists in some time other than right now.
You see, in each of our lives we begin to compensate at an incredibly early age for all of the “stuff” thrown at us. There is no escaping that part of this experience we call life. Although neutral in nature, this part of our experience results in each of us establishing and rooting unique untrue thoughts or limiting beliefs about ourselves and the world around us. What is this “neutral force of nature”? This is what I define as the EGO.
The Ego ever present in life, is in a lot of ways needed. I may even dare say entirely required. It is a fact of life that at some point we will meet resistance, or you could call it trauma. We know that the amount of trauma each individual experiences is different, but the trauma is there and experienced nonetheless. It could be as simple as a well-intentioned, loving parent telling you to be quiet at a young age. It is these times of trauma that the Ego “assists” us in dealing with the experience.
It is true, at a young age, and any age really, we all want to be heard! We all want to be understood! We want the world to respond in the way we would like. When this does not occur in the way we feel it should, we create a story, a thought pattern. It is these thoughts that create the story we live out each and every day. It is the way we cope with the world around us and also how we cope with those who live in it. Usually at some point in one’s life, you realize that you are not achieving or experiencing those things that you think you should. This may be you right now and is why you are here! It is a feeling that there is just something out of tune and we need a little extra help getting back into alignment.
So here is the big question, why does any of this matter? Now, the answer to this is for sure going to be different for everyone. Some are simply not at a point to question their thoughts and beliefs of themselves and the world in which they exist. Then there are others who are completely ready to not only ask the big questions, but also uncover and step into that perfect, whole version of themselves. If you have read this far I have a good feeling you are already getting a sense of your intuition to making the leap forward.
For the person not ready to undertake this journey of discovering their intuition, the answer can be that this does not matter at all; and that is without question, okay. However, for the person who is ready to embark on the journey of self-realization, it absolutely matters, there is no denying it. A saying authored by Jessie Potter, that I have always loved, goes like this: “If you always do what you’ve always done, you always get what you’ve always gotten”.  Read that one more time…
So, if we really want to change, or gain clarity, we have to look at what we are doing and how that relates to what we hope to gain from the experience of life. And here is why it matters: if you do not take this journey, you will continue to receive the same experiences, have the same thought patterns, feel the same feelings, see the same results you have had thus far in your life. I know, by the fact you’re reading this, that you have a sense of this needed change; this monotony you are ready to let go. This is key. Just having a sense of the existence of a “why” it matters, is the first step.
There are many ways people have made this journey, and I do not believe there is one right way for everyone. If what we have shared together so far feels right for you, I invite you to connect with me by clicking the button below. I look forward to it.

About Jesse

Jesse with his life-long partner, Missy

Hi, I’m Jesse. I started Arts of Intuition in order to provide a place of healing, guidance, and direction to a community of wonderful people who are seeking a bit of additional clarity in their lives.

Have you ever had moments in life where you felt like you really “got this” and feel like you are on the verge of being in-line with your true purpose only to have it leave  entirely the next minute, hour, or even the next day? I know I have! I have listened to many motivational programs, speakers, and countless books and have really felt a change. Just not a lasting one. Before I knew it, I was right back to a state of fear of the future and dwelling in the past. Then, everything changed.

I found a way to draw on an unlimited source of  Loving yourself. Does this sound too far out of reach? I thought so too for such a long time… but it really isn’t! It may be difficult at first to realize, but you are not broken! You are perfect! Seeing that truth is the hard part, and this is where I can help you. I can help you find that self-love, that confidence to tackle each day, and even be excited for each moment.