Do you ever wonder if you are on the right path? First of all, how does someone know whether they are headed in the right direction? Is it a gut feeling, is it a sign or a series of signs that make us think we are where we ought to be? I want to open this up to feedback and would like to offer an example. You hear rumours that your job may be in jeopardy along with your co-workers jobs as well. Some people begin to panic while others are calm and don’t feel any threat to their position. Is fear a measure of what is to come in the future? Is the lack of fear or concern an indication that everything will turn out for the best? In other words, can our feelings and emotions predict the future? I would like to know your experiences with your gut feelings about things that have happened in the future and how you felt just before the events.
6 Responses to “Gut Feeling”
- Jim Says:
September 20th, 2011 at 12:47 pm eI thought this one time that things were going to get better even though I was in a difficult situation with my family … things did improve …is this what you mean?
September 26th, 2011 at 3:30 pm eThat is the type of feeling (Moon) I am talking about. it’s when you begin to sense that things are about to change for the better (Venus, Jupiter) despite not being able to mentally or intellectually (Mercury) think it’s possible. When we are elementary school age, we are right in the thick of events, reacting without any sense of a bigger picture perspective on much of anything which is attributed to lack of experience when in astrological terms, it is due to our close association with our natal planetary placements. The further we move away or the older we become, the more the precession of the equinox comes into play as our daily charts and natal planet placements begin to shift. This also mirrors how we learn from life’s events but more importantly for this “gut feeling” that occurs, we actually begin to experience events before they happen. Conversely, when planets appear to be backing up in the night’s sky, we can actually sense things after they happen which appears to be a more natural sensation. A common example of this is hearing an athlete being interviewed who has just won the Stanley Cup saying that it hasn’t quite sunk in yet but he expects by tomorrow he will be able to feel the victory. This is something we don’t really question in life but the more interesting aspects (no pun intended) of astrology can explain why we are able to experience feelings after the event (post-emotion) or before an event (gut-feeling).
October 4th, 2011 at 2:02 am eThanks for the share!
Matilda Tayloe Says:
October 11th, 2011 at 7:53 pm eCouldn’t be written any better. Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this article to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing.