Intuitive GPS

“Thunderbolt” is a crystal skull that I connected with following my introduction to MAX, one of the 13 crystal skulls that make up the crystal skull collective (of this group). I do not have Thunderbolt in my possession. Some of the information that came through with this connection was a suggestion that I try driving intuitively. That is, letting inner guidance be my GPS.

I have tried this out in a few different ways. Here are my experiments so far:

I ran some errands this morning: I took my car to the annual safety inspection at the garage, I got a haircut, I picked up some Quercetin at the local Health food store, I went to the bank. This is the order that I felt I needed to do these things in, so that’s what I did.

As I was doing these errands, I noticed 3 colored circles in my “mind’s eye”, a sort of “heads up display” that applied to the world around me.

I saw a red circle, which indicated my final destination (as the crow flies), or goal.

I saw a green circle, which tended to point to where I needed to turn.

I saw a blue circle, which acted as a pointer for secondary directions (for example, when I wanted to get a bottle of water during my errands, the blue circle pointed me to the store, the green circle pointed back the way I came, towards my “primary” destination.

After my errands it felt like I needed a bit more practice with this, so I let the “intuitive GPS” guide the way completely.

This was harder to do, because I found myself wrestling with where I “wanted” to go, and where I “needed” to go to follow the guidance. There was also a “magnetic” attraction to things that I focused on, the circles would often point to things that I was looking at, rather than where I “needed” to go.

A fairly simple first run, I just went south on highway 28 between Sterling and Manassas (VA). Once I had driven through Manassas, the inner voice said “that’s all for today”, and the colored circles pointed in the opposite direction back towards home.

During this second trip I also used Ghost Radar, here is what it said:

partly, feathers, stood, neck, girl, card, remove, also, natural, hundred, act, from, hand, short, sharp, Harry [Prescott?], tears, neighborhood, yet, signal, beside, Greek, wore, elephant, tail, center, Chinese, never, chose, neighbor

8 comments on “Intuitive GPS

  1. Cool, DW! I often do this with intuition or pendulum, and it has taught me shortcuts, gotten me to what I needed, an helped me avoid bad traffic! I love it! 😀
    (It also works great with shopping!)

    • Leslee your own work with the pendulum in seeing “lights” on the pendulum board validated / strengthened my resolve to pursue this further… I’ll have to try it when I’m shopping, too – what a great suggestion!

  2. ~Interesting!…an Inner Guidance Dialogue,with Primary ColorLights as a Form of Visual Communication…iLike It!~

  3. (Reposted from the Salusa forum)

    Yesterday I took my boys to see the DC Science and engineering expo. Lots of robotics stuff and demonstrations to play with.

    What was significant of this was the journey… when we got to DC I tried to rely on the GPS to show me where to park, because parking is really bad down there. Every parking lot it found, was supposedly “public parking” but was closed to everyone but monthly parkers.

    After 1/2 hour of driving around in circles, I literally found myself back where I started. So then I decided to employ the “intuitive GPS”. I expressed to my higher self that I am looking for a parking spot, one that would serve the greatest good, and then I could see the blue, green, and red triangles. It pointed straight down through chinatown, so I followed it. Within 5 minutes I found a parking spot within a 10 minute walk of our destination, at a very reasonable rate for what it usually is.

    Throughout the day I saw lots of angel numbers: 1:11, 4:44, 3:33, and 7777 on a building on the way home.

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