As one goes through their lives, there are times where we get prompts and nudges about what to do next, and generally it will come through our gut via our feelings.
The types of feelings I am talking about is not the emotional feelings, but more the feelings of this doesn’t feel right, or this actually feels right. A lot of the times you can’t explain it, but most of the time your feelings, in the fullness of time, prove to be correct and beneficial.
And you tend not to discuss these sorts of things around the people that you know, for the less awake and aware individual will poo, poo you very quickly, shooting down the conversation.
But as you search around the internet, what you will find is that doing things based from feelings is more common of an occurrence than one would be led to believe, and in reality, there might be an explanation for why this is so.
Because when you start coming across the work of the likes of Anthony Peake and his scientific approach to the research that he does and the stories that he’s gathered, then a whole new story and dynamic about our reality appears.
Cheating The Ferryman & The Daemon
And when you start reading the works of Richard Dotts and his book, Let The Universe Lead You
The concept of the Daemon, as being your higher-self, takes on a more concrete form, for the concept of the Daemon is that you’ve lived this life before, and like a video game, there is something gently guiding the avatar, that we call ourselves, through this game of life.
Like anything, we all have to come to our own conclusions based on ours and others experiences and the information that we see, and interestingly this concept of a higher- self guiding a lower physical self goes back many millennia and through different cultures and was a core theme for people like the Gnostics.
Are we an avatar in this game called life, and are we’re being guided along by our higher self, whom we call the Daemon, who has seen it all before, and are our feelings one aspect which the Daemon uses to guide us from making the same mistakes as we’ve done before