Personally, I find this to be quite true too. Looking back I can point to several occasions where I realise I should have listened to my intuition. In fact, my current quest to become a healer includes honing my intuition as well. I know dwelling on the past is mostly useless, however, I do wish I had learnt this lesson as a teenager. So much suffering could have been avoided. On the other hand, it would likely have been replaced by other mistakes…
Trust your intuition; tend your fire.
I’ve been a regular meditator for around a decade at this point. I always sort of knew it was a good thing, but now I can’t do without it. I just feel it in mind and body if I don’t do at least five to ten minutes a day. At the start I did mostly mindfulness meditation following my breath, then I started checking out other kinds.
Enter Solfeggio notes. I can’t remember where I first heard of these and their more or less magical properties, but it sounded interesting. Looking around, I found a chakra meditation based on them. The first time I did it, it felt like my chakras were ancient machines, like ancient clock, that started spinning again and the dust and rust flew everywhere. I had physical bodily reactions the first time. It was amazing. It’s never been quite that level again, but it’s still a meditation I keep returning to whenever I feel like a need a bit of a boost.
Music slowly entering to state of relaxation starts from 396 Hz and going up to 417 Hz, 528 Hz 639 Hz, 741 Hz, 852 Hz and finish at 963 Hz. Normally there is 9 Solfeggio tones including 174 Hz and 285 Hz but just seven of them correspond to chakras.
Now you have a chance to experience these frequencies.
Enjoy, Sat Nam, and keep tending your fire.