Forum Activity for @iimb-alicia

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
05/20/19 01:27:27PM
6 posts

Question for all with clair smelling


Empath

I can't claim to be able smell cancer, because I've never tried to, but I found this article that may be of interest. In it, the person the described the breath of some with cancer as " hav[ing] a creamy yeast smell but as the volatile compounds get in the air and become subtler, more layers reveal a mucous and salt smell. "


https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/heal-the-mind-heal-the-body/201809/can-humans-smell-cancer

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
03/24/19 08:05:26AM
6 posts

Hello :)


Empath

Welcome back, AnDee.

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
08/13/18 07:45:01AM
6 posts

I KNOW my purpose ☺️


Empath

How wonderful! Thank you for sharing your story with us.

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
07/08/18 08:10:58AM
6 posts

Not sure if this is where I belong


Empath

It's wonderful that you recognize that the emotions are not yours! When you experience a rush of emotion from someone/somewhere else, use any technique you have to usher it on it's way. Two of the tools that have been effective for me include:

1) Imagining I am a screen door, and letting the emotion just pass through like breeze.

2) Saying something like "I release you with love, and transmute you into pure light" (my most used with heavier emotions).

Unlike you, I didn't always know that what I was feeling wasn't my own emotions. So, the very first tool I learned was to simply ask "Is this mine"? If the answer was no, then I'd use one of the tools above.

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
06/06/18 09:42:51AM
6 posts



Tuning in to my intuition takes focus, since thinking is usually what I'm doing. When I get tired or distracted, it's harder for me to focus and stay tuned in. Maybe excitement makes it harder for you, or maybe it's something else. Notice what you're experiencing the next time you notice that you've switch from intuiting to thinking.

For me, intuition feels like receiving instead of getting - like the difference between a ball being rolled to me (intuition) vs. running after a ball (thinking). I'd love to hear what it feels like to you, now that you're paying more attention.

IIMB_Alicia
@iimb-alicia
06/04/18 08:33:23AM
6 posts



I think of intuition like a channel on the radio. The signal is 100% when I'm tuned in to 98.7 FM, for example. If I'm dialed in to 98.6, I might still hear something, but not as clearly. If I''m at 98.5 FM, not only is the signal weaker, but I may be hearing some of the broadcast from 98.4. Once I realize that the signal has gotten weaker, I tune back in to 98.7.

I apply the same approach while using games to strengthen my connection with my intuition, and find myself experiencing what you described. What I realized is that, over time, I start to think of answers instead of intuiting them. When I notice that I'm trying to use logic and reason (tuned in to a different station), I take a break, breathe deeply, and then go back to the games. Usually, I start performing better.

Elise talks about the same thing in her intuitive reading training - cleaning the slate. Get back to a neutral state where your intuitive impressions are as clear and undistorted as possible.