Those with an Intuitive Builder, Intuitive Creator, Intuitive Hunter and Intuitive Solitude SolePath are fun and full. This means that they are an intuitive person, who is positive and playful, full of ideas and one who needs physical activity.
There are wellness secrets to your body and your health, that are unique to you with an Intuitive SolePath. Understanding your wellness at this metaphysical level allows you to set yourself up for healthy living. You can make positive choices and take action that leads to your wellbeing.
This is a place on the body that connects you directly with your soul.
The metaphysical umbilicus for Intuitive’s is your solar plexus, core or gut.
When you put your focus and attention on your solar plexus, it’s just like running an invisible umbilical cord up to your soul, connecting you to your wisdom and helping you feel intuitive and fun.
It is very soothing for you, if you gently massage, stroke or tap your tummy. It’s even more effective when you say it along with your affirmation – “I Am fun and full and I choose to have fun!”
Each of the SolePath categories has a health sensitivity. This is not to say that you will experience ill health in this area, but rather that it is a possible predisposition and something to keep an eye on. Just in the same way your family health history plays a role in their future wellness. If symptoms show up, speak with your health-care provider.
For Intuitive’s, your health sensitivity is your digestive system.
Calming rejuvenation for Intuitive’s is working your body.
Whenever you are having a difficult day, you can be calmed with physical activity. You need to work your body till it sweats, and this will release your pent-up frustration and stress. You love being playful outdoors and engaging in unrestrained laughter.
Of the five senses, the most powerful one for Intuitive’s is touch.
You are sensitive to pressure, temperature, pain and other sensations. You are acutely aware of your body and will respond well to light massage and stroking.
Limiting beliefs provide opportunities for personal growth. Limiting beliefs are truths that you holds about the world and about yourself. The limiting belief that Intuitive’s hold to be true is
“I believe I don’t matter, and I am wrong.”
To overcome this limiting belief, feeling as if you are in the wrong body, the wrong family, the wrong situation, you need to tap into you sixth sense. Who you are born to be is an intuitive person who is positive and playful, full of ideas and one who needs physical activity.
Knowing this, contributes to understanding yourself at a deep level, and helps you to become the best version of yourself that you can be. Walking the path to purpose and a beautiful life.
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Author: Dr. Debra Ford Msc.D.
Dr. Debra is one of the world’s foremost experts in metaphysical energy. She has a doctorate in metaphysical science and is a metaphysical philosophy teacher. She is an ordained minister and member of the American Metaphysical Doctors Association and the Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry.
Dr. Debra’s work is based on the Tao. She is the author of 17 books including ‘SolePath the path to purpose and a beautiful life‘, ‘Daily Pulse, rhythm of the Tao‘ and her children’s book ‘Emilia Rose and the rainbow adventure’.
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What is Metaphysics? It is one of the main branches of philosophy (along with epistemology, logic, ethics) and deals with the nature of existence, truth and knowledge.
What is SolePath? Everyone is born with a SolePath. It is your unique, individual Spiritual Personality Profile. ‘Sole’ because it is solely about you. ‘Path’ because it guides you on your life’s journey.
Grateful thanks to Dr. Janice Brown for the wonderful blog images.