“You must train your intuition – you must trust the small voice inside you which tells you exactly what to say, what to decide.”
~ Ingrid Bergman
Whether we realize it or not, we all experience gut feelings about certain matters throughout our lives. Some of us have learned to trust that inner knowing, while others have grown callous to even listen. Yet for those of us who are open to hearing from God/Spirit/Source, we learn to not only appreciate but also rely on our intuition as it helps to bridge the gap between the conscious (3D) and unconscious (5D), between our minds and our Higher Selves. In other words, When one is in tune or in alignment with the flow of Universe, he/she is in flow within – “As above, so below….as without, so within.” He or she is better able to listen to their own needs and making decisions that are in their best interest – physically, emotionally, spiritually, etc.
Oftentimes, people seek an INTUITIVE READING because they need a second opinion or a Divine confirmation regarding a specific matter or circumstance. Seeking an intuitive reading with a divinely-aligned reader is a partnership in which everyone connects with the Universal God to extract answers and/or validation regarding something that you already have somewhat of a deeper knowledge of. In a nutshell, an intuitive reading is a general or topic-specific session with a tarot or oracle card reader in which he or she attempts to petition God/Spirit on your behalf for answers in general or of a specific nature.
Not all readers are created equal as not all of them possess or operate in the same spiritual gifts – some have psychic and empathic intuitive abilities and the like. Furthermore, they are different reading types such as tarot versus oracle, reading playing cards, bones, or even tea leaves. Aside from that is the mode of presentation varies by the reader. Some give private readings face-to-face, distant readings via email or recorded video. Some also give free collective readings plus monthly zodiac reading for the Collective. It’s best to find a reader who you feel connected too. Lastly, try not to shoot the Messenger. A good reader isn’t biased and certainly won’t tell you what you want to hear but what you need to hear.