Intuitive work is not one taken to make friends. You do it because you wish to open your mind to a magical world, a world beyond the belief of our current society.
It’s work you take to heal the world, to awaken others to peace, love, happiness, and the other positive attributes of consciousness.
If you do this work, you will be questioned.
Be Prepared for Loss
Not everyone agrees the universe is more than just Earth, more than just the dogma of religious texts. As you open yourself to the intuitive world, you’ll learn the truth. The universe is a vast, complex structure, a structure our science can’t begin to understand.
When you tell others of your experiences, they may welcome the stories. They may also strongly disagree. Our hope is those who disagree are still open to communication, open to a dialogue to discuss why we differ in our beliefs and our experiences. When that happens, there is a greater chance for us to bring them into the intuitive fold, to open their mind and awaken their heart.
Some won’t be open to communication. They may cut you out of their lives because of religious viewpoints. Many may call you crazy. Family members might wish for you to seek psychiatric help.
It’s All Happened to Me.
I opened to a world of totems in college. Each spirit animal revealed itself beside my friends while we gathered in my apartment. I told them about it. They thought I was going off my rocker.
Years ago, I had a roommate who would eventually move out because of me “getting into too much spiritual stuff” and it causing conflict between us. Originally, he understood intuition. As I grew in my intuition, opening to the beings constantly passing through our home, his understanding lessened, causing strife between us. It eventually ended the friendship.
At one point, I stopped working on my intuition. I stopped studying and working with other groups. Part of that was from the loss of friends and the judgment I experienced.
I’m in a different place, now. Now, I don’t care what anyone says. The world needs intuitives to help bring awareness of the other worlds, the other beings, into the light. We need to band together.
Despite our losses, the friends we part ways with, the family members who don’t agree, awakened intuitives are a family, a family connected through consciousness.
If you experience loss because of your intuitive adventure, remember…
You’re Not Alone.
Every intuitive I’ve met has gone through the chaos, the judgmental comments, the stares, the ghosting friends, concerns of mental health, all of it. We are in this together, and together we can prove the others, the invisible ones, the visitors, the faeries, whatever you may call them, we can prove they exist.
If you’re ever questioning your intuitive experiences or need someone to talk with, reach out to the intuitive community. You can always find me on social media or through this website if you need help understanding your awakening.