Knowledge is Waisted if Not Used

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Isn’t it great to just “know” things! We have so much access these days to a wide range of education, knowledge, and spiritual wisdom. If you were to peek inside my library today you would find out I am evidently the queen of capturing knowledge in written form! Don’t even get me started on how many ebooks I have! What can I say, knowledge has been a quest for me since I was a little girl!

Education has been almost a vocation for me. I am one of those people who just has to “know.” When I was a single mother of five children I was advised to spend my time educating myself. That is exactly what I have done! I keep educating by reading, doing classes, and doing online exploration. I am a curious soul but I also want to be sharp even into my old age.

Yet, here is the kicker. We also obtain life experience knowledge and information we have learned from simply living. I don’t mean to make this seem easy because for most of us life has never been easy all of the time. So when we take formal education, knowledge explored, and combine it with life experience it’s time to make sure we are giving out of the knowledge obtained. What use is it all if not shared with those who need it!

For me, I had to create 3 facets of my business to reflect a few areas of my expertise and also interest. I don’t know if it is a blessing or not to be multi-faceted when it comes to life experiences and giving out of them. I think a multi-faceted person is a diamond, a rare gem, and one who can address just about most things in life. In order to make all of life’s experiences worthwhile, they must be shared, given, taught, advised, and revised. We are always a gem in the making but we are also created to make more gems!

Feed your soul by feeding other souls as well! Life is worth living when we actively participate in society and our human family. What a gift we all are! Let’s share as much knowledge and life experience as we can, ok? Even if we have to create business ventures to do so! (Something I love to do is collaborate in business!)

Loving you from here!

Dr. Rev. Jenine Marie

**The best advisor EVER! Hope to connect with you soon 😉

Our Powerful Intuition!

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We all know that gut feeling when something is wrong. We feel it deep inside our stomach, and it won’t let up until we heed its message. If we let it continue by not “listening,” we go through the outer issue from which those feelings came. It’s all a learning experience, and quite often, it’s a hard lesson.

According to an article on Healthline, we have a connection between our brain and gut. Therefore we experience sickening feelings or other issues when something is wrong. Intuitively we can experience the same thing coming from our superconscious mind or higher self. We have our conscious mindfulness that operates in the now moment as our human experience. We also have our subconscious mind that feeds into our lives, whatever is programmed there. Our subconscious mind operates without emotion and reflects the experiences we picked up along the way. The superconscious mind is connected as our higher self and taps into the extraordinary wisdom and glory of the universe and God.

Our soul is healed and nurtured by the superconscious mind if we allow it and seek it. Since the power and light of God run through us, we can tap into wisdom, knowledge, intuition, and guidance through seeking inside of ourselves. Wisdom can be received in any situation, but usually, the knowledge we receive comes quickly and feels like gut intuition. We are empowered when we step back, reflect, and redirect ourselves. Observing for a while will reveal more truth about ourselves and life if we give it a chance and seek it.

Many people recoil when the word “psychic” comes up. This word means “soul knowledge.” Psychology comes from the same idea as the study of soul information and understanding. Practicing soul knowledge is very helpful if we desire to live an empowered life. Being empowered can begin with nurturing intuition by following our gut advice. I’m sure most have heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” We perfect our abilities by practicing daily.

Meditating on sensing when we have that gut intuition and programming ourselves to act upon what we sense is a good place to begin. It takes practice, but intuition is natural and comes very easily. Once we have the hang of it and learn to trust ourselves, no one can refute what our feelings are speaking to us when they come up.

Loving you from here,

Dr. Rev. Jenine Marie Howry, Ph.D.

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