You’ll know it — as you know ’tis Noon —
By Glory —
As you do the Sun —
By Glory —
As you will in Heaven —
Know God the Father — and the Son.
By intuition, Mightiest Things
Assert themselves — and not by terms —
“I’m Midnight” — need the Midnight say —
“I’m Sunrise” — Need the Majesty?
Omnipotence — had not a Tongue —
His lisp — is Lightning — and the Sun —
His Conversation — with the Sea —
“How shall you know”?
Consult your Eye!
~ (420, ca. 1862) Emily Dickinson
Intuition, conceived in a pure heart and birthed through a mind inclined to righteousness, is of tremendous value to humanity. It is the spark of original thought, the flash of brilliance which happens in the blink of an eye.
Intuition cannot come all the way through from its invisible, inner source into outer, visible expression if body, mind and heart are not in one place. Forgiveness and compassion gather the three into alignment, while judgment, prejudice, fear and greed subluxate that which would naturally be unified in both purpose and function. Free of these frustrations, the pathways of intuition are restored.
Life is fluid, moving perpetually, a dramatic movement from one moment to the next, a rushing river drawing with it the logs and branches of stubborn false concepts and emotional trauma which catch occasionally on the river banks. Yield to the central current of life, that is, truth, and the blockages are quickly swept away.
Let mightiest things assert themselves, dear readers, and consult your eye!