Quoting ♥Mrs.Garcia:" Like what do you mean. "under faith"??? Spiritually sensitive... what does that entail? Like this intuition, ... [snip!] ... to one thing, are you sensitive to it all. I feel like there is a reason I have this... why I keep being shown signs..."
Well, I believe in God, Jesus, all o' that and in that light believe everything like this comes from him and works toward his end. Therefore, I believe that using my gifts, and lending them to other people's uses needs to be done with careful prayer and guidance from God. If I use them as a parlor trick, or just to get a kick out of it, it can lend a darkness to that specific gift.
As far as being spiritually sensitive, I believe that children begin without a partition from the intangible world, life begins at conception, etc. Throughout pregnancy I think we are developing not only our child's physical, mental, and emotional structure, but also their spiritual structure. By listening to your intuition and impulses while pregnant, you allow your child access to that intuition and he/she in turn is more able to access his/her own intuition as a growing child. Now, as a very young child and baby, I believe that the physical, mental, and emotional health directly effects how connected they are to the general world spiritually. Then, as an older child, they begin to recognize their unique gifts and talents, and either, with support, indulge and develop them or, if ridiculed or corrected, ignore and suppress them. Often times they are suppressed, only coming to fruition in adulthood, when the adult may think they are crazy until they try to train and hone their skills. Now, the amount of suppression they have to work through is amazing. We're talking years of anger, hormones, and lack of growth. Spirituality tends to lend a depth to life that is often unfathomable for the average person, and often rocks ones sense of reality.
Now,whether they have to get rid of all the layers of suppression or have their skills well-honed by adulthood, it will always be easy to feel a certain amount of depression, darkness, and disappointment in life because much of pop culture comes with negative spiritual attachments. It could be as simple as listening to one song. I've had to ban myself from rock music because I will become very dark, I will stop talking to people I trust, stop going to church, stop being so proactive with my son, etc because it is so easy for those attachments to cling to me. If I do give in and let them into my home, I have to go through more processes of shaking them off and returning to God, since that seems to be the only thing that keeps me balanced. All of this is easier to understand if you believe in all the Christian stuff. Under that context, it makes perfect sense. Otherwise, it all seems random gibberish and, yes... very crazy. I went from 14 to 20 like that. One day I realized that all the things my mom had said actually kind of made sense. I found a church I liked that didn't make me feel weird and "heathen" and started going. That's why I always recommend a strong faith. It gives center, which is not achievable in and of ourselves.
And there is a definite reason. It makes me so mad when people say "the end is here" or "a war is coming". The war is already here. The end is already happening, but like any painful expulsion... it takes time and travels at it's own pace. I truly believe that when Eve in the Bible was given her punishment of painful childbirth, it was to prepare women for generations. Even if you reference all the end of times stories in the good book, it talks about a woman in labor as a sign of the end. There's a whole lot more to it that I won't get into now, but carry all the things you have witnessed in your heart. They will come to use one day.
If you ever do decide to dive into the church (in a deeper sense), start trying to sit in silence for a mere five minutes a day, with the mental projection of leaving yourself open to communication from God. I talked to a priest once who told me that once he was able to work up to 25-30 minutes he began to hear back. I've never been able to go that far, but it still helps me to regain my ground when I need to.
Hope this helps.
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