Trust the inner compass, tap into your intuition.

Trust the inner compass, tap into your intuition.

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Once we experience to start thinking unconventional, to seeing things or situations the other way around new experience and different perspectives, lead to refreshed insights of outsight.

We are most of the time on a conventional thinking mode, used to by everyday life, shaped patterns and personal habits. Acceptance and appreciation towards an intuitive feeling without conscious reasoning attract extrasensory perception. Are building an invisible bridge to the subconscious mind.

In the spirit of a time traveler back to childhood we mostly lived nurtured by our intuition and strong desire to explore the unfamiliar every new dawn had generously to offer.

A child’s adventure, hunger for crisp thrilled by a fearless adrenalin-boost the unknown might deliver on the first trial.

And then fell from the rain-slippery cherry tree by intuitively realizing in free fall to “have sensed ahead in the tummy” something isn’t going to work out well but causing trouble.

Certain trees and rocks stood for unconquered and hurtful memorized landmarks in those days of childhood.

We didn’t know, couldn’t link yet, compare options, or had gained vast knowledge of rational judgment but already held a childlike intuition on the way to developing critical & creative thinking skills.

Later in life, when increasingly contemplating, understanding deeper that the subconscious mind is an invisible protecting hand trying to keep us away from inconvenient situations and harm.

A higher force that communicates in form of sent frequencies, commonly named “inner voice” and mostly shows up as soon we slow, calm down by releasing overthinking, worrying.

Our rational working brain tends to ignore, generously overhear inbuilt signals, and pushes forward till we become more aware, conscious not to build barriers but to connect, make peace between rational and “irrational thinking & instinctive acting.”

With time we learn more attentively listening to our intuition convincingly persuading us e.g. “take time to think twice.” In a blink of an eye, “I don’t trust the other person over the path” or “to avoid going to a certain appointment, place, event.”

I was visiting and volunteering not long after the Tsunami has impacted parts of Thailand on 26th December 2004. Locals and a very few friends who survived the monster flood-tide on Phi Phi Islands (well-known from the movie: The Beach) showed me, pointing on 4 meter-level watermarks at the brickwork if there were any walls left after all.

And told me that everyone was wondering why several species of animals from ants to dogs, cats, and crabs racing collectively in solid highway formation towards the highest available location a day before the disaster wave hit both bays of the island.

There was no conscious or rational thinking involved but intuitive acceptance and capability to make the best out of the upcoming situation by conjointly leaving, escaping from sea level in time.

The main cause of the united uphill exodus became a shocking reality the next morning. Two thousand lives were taken in 15 minutes. The favorite bamboo hut resort at the tranquil end of the bay I used & loved to stay in several times, just sand, a cracked telephone receiver, and some debris was left.

Ours headquarter, the human brain was mainly intended for the purpose of rational decision making and processing. Where is the main residence of intuition located, the third sense, the messenger from the subconscious mind?

To feel unwell in the tummy without stomach problems directs many times to our digestive system. The sensitive gut-quarter, responsible for lifelong memory and undoubtedly our motherboard of unconsciousness.

The mind-bowel conversation is an intimate one between the first and second brain, directly influencing our mental health.

Global medicine studies increasingly learn that e.g. depression got a direct link to a distracted, out-of-balance world of 100 trillion microbiomes in the digestive plant. 95% of serotonin neurotransmitters are stored and synchronized in the intestines, are highly responsibly modulating, stimulating our mood, state of feeling good and happy, finding calm and insight. And directly affect our learning memory and numerous physiological processes.

Knowing that even our immune system resides at 70% in this microbiome center is vital to realize and a true reason to optimize. By mindfully selected nutrition intake and conscious eating mannerisms. 

Our bowels can’t generate any conscious response but send immediate sensitive signals of wellbeing or unwellness right after eating. We all know how this can feel but hardly talk about it.

It’s crucial to invest in personal culture to take the time, and implement in daily life: “You are what and how you eat.”

Thank you for your time. This has been Otto F. Gatternigg with Kindness.

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