I realise that in order to do the subject of explaining what I do as an intuitive channel any justice I am going to have to publish it as a series of posts. I intend to explain this as succinctly as I possibly can, but in order to do so requires tackling some challenging questions that have arisen as a result, and indeed challenging the nature of perception. So I ask all who read to have an open mind and heart, and that if you have any further questions to or thoughts of your own to add then I am happy for to do so. It is because of your questions recently that I have been inspired to write the following piece and much of what I have been working on lately. You all have my deepest gratitude for that.
The Science of Me – Perception – Part One
My view of the world and my reality is not a conventional one. I can only tell of my personal experience through the lens of my own perception. Do I seek to be different because of my peculiar interaction with the world and its inhabitants from birth, or have my experiences been shaped by the knowledge that I am indeed different? That my perception, whether as a result of genetics, personal choice or both, is what it is, has been the impetus behind an already life-long endeavour to understand the nature of my own existence in every way that I possibly can. I am dedicated to ‘knowing myself’ and discovering the science of me.
That others may have differing perspectives, whether based on personal opinion or through organised social structures is ultimately of little consequence to the way in which I perceive my life. No knowledge is fixed, and thus is subject to change. Everything is hypothetical because it is based on personal interpretation. The only thing that keeps my feet on the ground is the conviction of my belief that precedes that experience.
How can I be so convinced that there is any validity to my beliefs? I realise that in order to live a happy and fulfilling life I must exercise my will to decide for myself what does and does not work for me personally. A desire for quality of life and fulfillment is based upon my choice to enact that belief. It provides me with a sense of inner power, and thus inner knowledge, that is both profound and superficial. That permeates as if by magic into the reality that I perceive so that I have come to realise that nothing is incidental or accidental, and all who share my experience do so for good reason, adding therefore to my understanding of quality and fulfillment.The tools of my perception thus quantify and qualify the experience that I accept as my own.
The sense of inner calm that is generated by that feeling of inner power is by far the most exciting, addictive, and positively overwhelming feeling that I have ever experienced, and I wish to experience it as frequently as I possibly can. The conviction in my beliefs only serves to be strengthened by its experience.
It’s like looking at a beautiful sunset; the immensity and uniqueness of that experience and all its implications. It is the sense of connection you feel with someone who you love deeply; or the connection you feel with some-one with whom you are deeply comfortable, even if you haven’t ‘seemingly’ known them for long. It is the feeling of knowing that something makes sense without knowing why it does. Who am I to refute that? It is both my weakness and my strength, and call it what you will. I call it being me. Uniquely me.