How little is actually known
about human consciousness?
How little is actually known about human consciousness, particularly how intuition works in relation to the human body, mind, and spirit. If we think we cannot see, hear, feel, or touch it, what does it mean to believe in it? What does the unseen world offer us that the tangible world cannot?
Does intuition lead us to the soul? Could it serve as a gateway to a sublime reality and awareness otherwise far too great and distant for us to comprehend?
We might agree that our experience of love can be very similar—that it serves as a gateway to the divine, to a place of awareness too immeasurable for humans to try to understand.
Yet, we try anyway. We attempt to understand and to find landmarks which can help us along our way as we leave the tangible world behind us in search of more dimensions of meaning to our mysterious and often baffling earthly experience.
Personally, I do believe that our intuition leads us to our soul, to a vast and inexplicable place of knowing. It encourages and enables us to make use of the countless invisible realities co-existing with the visible ones.
Intuition is a true gift we can receive, utilize and enjoy. Alongside love, it can broaden our horizons in ways nothing else on earth possibly can. Every human is born with this gift, and at the same time, it is a matter of personal interest and desire as to whether we want to receive and utilize it.
Every person on earth holds a key to their intuition, yet it is up to each one of us to decide whether we want to unlock, explore, and apply its magic.
If you have come this far and are still reading these words, I encourage you to give it a try.