_ Yessing and Noing
Speaking of feeling answers, I recently learned a valuable tool in knowing what is true or false. It is a little like muscle testing (kinesiology) or using a pendulum, but even better. I am excited to share it, in fact. I was tuning into my body in meditation, and wondering if I could feel the difference between a yes and a no when I asked a question of my body.
The way that I found to do this is to feel inside myself, to feel the heart area and notice what happens. I asked a what a yes felt like several times. I asked it to be more clear inside of me, as sensation. I then asked for a no and to feel what it felt like. I asked for clarity, for my body to make it bigger and bolder so I could learn what it felt like. I asked a yes question which was “Is my name is Shannon?” and I felt the yes. It was very exciting as the tingling was in the top part of my heart space. I then asked the opposite question, something I knew would be a no answer. I asked if my name was Michael. I got a no, this time a falling feeling lower in my heart. I did this again and again feeling the yes and the no. I still calibrate before I ask questions when I needed.
From here, you can guess where I went. I can ask questions that matter to me, from my heart's perspective and hear yes or no by a visceral feeling. I ask several questions and forget to ask a yes or no question, and ask an open ended one. The thing that has happened here is that a dialogue is opened up. I hear my guides continue to speak to me inside, as if they are talking and answering in sentences now. It is a way to go deeper into knowing. I haven't shared this with somebody who has tried it that I know of, but I suspect that each person has their own visceral kinesthetic sensations that are unique to their guidance. They can go inside and feel what yes and no is for them. I don't know if it will be the same but you can do the same thing that I did to find out.
I am currently writing an ebook on connecting with your guides, so stay tuned for more on that subject. Let me know how this technique works if you try it.