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Woo-Woo Science

Listen to your gut.

Follow your heart.

What does your spidey sense tell you?

 

Famous last words heard all too often encouraging us to tap into “something else” for guidance.

Because when we do, we’re dismissed as being new-age woo-woo.

What do we hold up upon hearing “show me the proof.”

 

That little voice of self-doubt still manages to poke its way into my my thoughts at times.

How does one explain, let alone reconcile, “knowing things” without anything tangible for backup.

 

The proof is in the pudding actually.

Our experience and abilities should not be so easily brushed off by those who haven’t yet.

Tapping into our intuition and clair-senses beyond the physical is still out of reach of science.

 

Unproven Science

Let’s face it, science is far from static.

Proof is only as good as the perspective conducting the experiment and what exists at the time for measurement.

 

The earth was the centre of the universe before telescopes.

Atoms, molecules, cells and bacteria never existed before the microscope.

The Higgs Boson “God particle” first theorized in 1964, took 49 years and a team of over 10,000 from 100 different countries to finally prove.

 

Not being able to prove something exists is not proof that it doesn’t.

 

Which brings us circling back around to woo-woo …

 

We’re really talking about energy, vibration and resonance.

We build radios and cell phones for tapping into electromagnetic radio waves. We can build computers capable of reading our thoughts.

Is dropping the technology such a big leap or do we find comfort in having something to hold?

 

Whether you’ve always “known” stuff or you’re tentatively starting to feel your way around this new uncharted territory, your intuition is real. Your ability to know, hear or see stuff is real.

Consider yourself “tuned in” right on time.

 

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Lorraine Watson - on rustic porch

chief nudging officer

Lorraine

Crazy for cats and potatoes, Lorraine's insatiable curiosity of Life leads her to question, explore and push beyond the box. A self-professed "left-brained creative big picture" type, she has an intuitive knack for seeing beyond and beneath first appearances while at the same time nerding out on the details. Most of all she sees and holds others in their highest until they can see it for themselves.

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