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"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift."

                                                                                            Albert Einstein

Truth, we all know what it is visceral, it is sensation without language, it is knowing with clarity, without knowing why.

We all have an inner compass, a true north, a solid core of's a voice below language, at the level of sensation. It feels strong and solid, and runs through each of us, it grounds us to the earth below, like a steel beam, a magnet, a vibrational resonance.

To feel the truth, we must  be centered squarely in the body, in physical sensation. We must be out of the noise and langue of our minds, of our analytical, rational, language centered left hemispheres. Our rational mind argues that truth is based on facts, research, on proofs and laws and rules and language...the …

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