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Sometimes We Just Know July 2, 2015

Posted by nrhatch in Magick & Mystery, Mindfulness.

complexSometimes we just know.

Calm certainty floods our being, instilling us with knowingness.

A sudden infusion of intuition wells up from a source far beyond the limits of our mind.

We don’t need to see the whole puzzle to know where this piece fits.

Mickey-OKWe just KNOW.

Aah . . . that’s better!

Coincidence is the word we use when we can’t see the levers and pulleys. ~ Emma Bull

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1. suzicate - July 2, 2015

Yes, sometimes we just know! No explanation or validation needed, we just know. Happy weekend to you, Nancy!

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

My favorite feeling! Hope you have a Fab 4th, overflowing with family, friends, food, and fab fun.

2. Kate @ Did That Just Happen? - July 2, 2015

Love this!

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

Thanks, Kate! Hope you have a Fab 4th, filled with the freedom that flows from following the still silent voice within.

3. Hariod Brawn - July 2, 2015

If only it would happen with the lottery numbers eh?

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

It did for me once. 😎

You can read about it here:

4. Val Boyko - July 2, 2015

I love this Nancy. At this point in my life I can embrace this knowing and trust my intuition more and more. It is very freeing and comforting to come from this place. Thank you for putting it so clearly 🙂
(And thanks for the link!)

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

Thanks, Val! I’m right there with you ~ going with the flow of instilled knowingness is the best place to be.

5. L. Marie - July 2, 2015

Years ago, I took one look at a guy I hadn’t met and KNEW I was going to date him. And I did! We met and sparks flew.

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

Awesome sauce! It’s so nice when clarity lights our way.

6. Pix Under the Oaks - July 2, 2015

Yes. So thankful for those times. Enjoy your Thursday!

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

Hi Pix! Me too . . . especially if the still silent voice has been silent for a stretch before sharing a wink, whisper, or nudge.

Hope your Fourth is Festive, Fun, and Full of Fab Food and FREEDOM!

7. Jacqueline King - July 2, 2015

We do. But others don’t always believe us, or heed our words until they come to pass! Someitmes it’s wiser just to know and say nothing. 😉

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

When my intuition “speaks up,” the message is almost always meant just for me ~ I may share the experience with others but only because mystery and synchronicity is so magical and cool.

I don’t recall ever being asked to act as a conduit or medium for someone else so I’ve never had to persuade someone to believe me.

Jacqueline King - July 11, 2015

Thank you for that perspective, Nancy, it has given me food for thought. I shall be more observant from now on. 🙂

8. diannegray - July 2, 2015

My mother is always astounded when I write stories. ‘Where do the words come from?’ she says. I can’t answer that because they just swirl around the atmosphere and then pop into my head. This kind of intuition and infusion of knowledge into the brain isn’t easy to explain – but I don’t mind at all! 😀

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

It’s great to have thoughts “pop to mind” at just the right moment.

9. NancyTex - July 2, 2015

Debating whether to trust my intuition or not at this very moment, NH. Timely.

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

When my intuition speaks up, I’m flooded with calm certainty which points me in the right direction ~ whether I’m supposed to buy a lottery ticket . . . or a house.

It hasn’t been wrong yet!

10. Behind the Story - July 2, 2015

We don’t always get that feeling, but when we do, it’s wonderful. A strong feeling of calm certainty has always led me in a good direction. We learn about logic in school; we learn about intuition by experiencing it.

nrhatch - July 2, 2015

Perfectly put, Nicki! Hope your Fourth is Festive, Fun, and filled with Freedom.

Behind the Story - July 2, 2015

Thanks, Nancy. We’re getting started tomorrow after lunch. Have a fantastic Fourth.

nrhatch - July 3, 2015

Thanks, Nicki. We have a Cookout/Potluck at the Pool tomorrow evening ~ the whole street (100 villas) is invited, plus friends and family. It’s usually a fun and relaxing gathering. And the pool is great if we want to cool off.

Afterwards, fireworks at the beach. *BOOM*

11. Grannymar - July 3, 2015

Enjoy your Big Holiday! I am a believer in ‘just knowing’. I can tell if a woman is pregnant even before she realises it herself … it is in the eyes. Mind you I keep the knowledge to myself until the mum-to-be shares the news with me. I go with my gut instinct it is usually correct.

nrhatch - July 3, 2015

I’ve never relied on intuition as a “pregnancy barometer” . . . I’ll have to give it a try. :mrgreen:

To gut instincts!

12. Debra - July 4, 2015

I love the Emma Bull quote you shared. I’ve never heard that one before and I think it really is spot on! I am a big believer in “just knowing” and I’m usually pretty confident in trusting my intuition. The times I haven’t have at times proven to be very disappointing!

nrhatch - July 4, 2015

Every time I read that Emma Bull quote, I think of the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain. :mrgreen:

Here’s to trusting intuition when it instills us with knowingness.

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