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THE SENSATION OF KNOWING, IS A FULL BODY SENSATION OF CERTAINTY OR CONVICTION THAT SOMETHING IS TRUE, EVEN IF WE CANNOT EXPLAIN WHY. - VLADIMIR KLIMSA

🦠 SENSATION OF KNOWING - HOW TO ENHANCE IT
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🦠 SENSATION OF KNOWING - HOW TO ENHANCE IT

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Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
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Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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“The sensation of knowing is a strange thing. It is like a sudden flash of insight, or a feeling of certainty that comes from within. It is often difficult to explain, but it can be a powerful guide in our lives.” - Unknown

πŸ“„ ABSTRACT OF SENSATION OF KNOWING
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The sensation of knowing is a feeling of certainty or conviction that something is true, even if we cannot explain why. It is often accompanied by a physical feeling in the gut, such as a butterfly stomach or a sinking feeling.

The sensation of knowing is thought to be linked to our intuition, which is our ability to understand things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Intuition is often based on our subconscious processing of information, such as our personal experiences, emotions, and gut feelings.

The sensation of knowing can be a valuable tool for making decisions, solving problems, and coming up with new ideas. However, it is important to be aware that intuition is not always right. It is important to carefully consider all of the available information before making a decision, even if we have a strong feeling about something.

βš™οΈ ELICITATION OF SENSATION OF KNOWING
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“The feeling of knowing is a connection to our higher selves. It’s a way for us to access our deepest wisdom and guidance.” - Unknown

How do you know when something it’s right, finished, done? How do you know in relationship if the person hear what are you saying, understand and will respond, If the person is telling the truth, lying, hiding something?

One way to think about the sensation of knowing is as a connection to the information in our database. This database includes all of our knowledge, experiences, and emotions. When we have a gut feeling about something, it is often because our subconscious mind has processed all of the information in our database and come to a conclusion.

NOTICE THE WORDS BEHAVIOR, BEHAVIOUR, COMPORTAMIENTO, CHOVÁNÍ
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First two words are known to english users and some will recognize the in British english behaviour is correct orthography. Third word is translation of Behavior to Spanish and fourth to Czech. Depends on your experiences you might recognize easier the word comportamiento.

PROCESS OF ELICITATION OF SENSATION OF KNOWING
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  • Remember the time when you know in all your body that’s something true. Step or breath in the moment and notice what have lead you to this moment.
  • Where did the sensation started?
  • What’s the sensation quality? What it’s size and shape? It is warm, cold, soft, hard, fluid, solid, big, small?
  • Have you felt any residue in following hours, days, weeks, months or years of the sensation of knowing?

UNLOCKING POTENTIAL: THE BENEFITS OF SENSATION OF KNOWING:
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β€œThe known always changes; knowing never changes.” - Rupert Spira, Being Aware of Being Aware

  • Better decision-making: The sensation of knowing can help us to make better decisions by allowing us to tap into our subconscious wisdom. When we have a gut feeling about something, it is often because our subconscious has already processed all of the available information and come to a conclusion.

  • More effective problem-solving: The sensation of knowing can also help us to solve problems more effectively. When we are faced with a challenge, our subconscious mind can work on it even while we are consciously focused on something else. This can lead to sudden insights or breakthroughs.

  • Improved self-awareness: The sensation of knowing can also help us to develop our self-awareness. By paying attention to our gut feelings and intuition, we can learn more about ourselves and what is important to us.

  • Reduced stress and anxiety: The sensation of knowing can also help to reduce stress and anxiety. When we trust our intuition and make decisions that are aligned with our values, we feel more in control of our lives. This can lead to a greater sense of peace and well-being.

πŸ›οΈ ORIGINS AND PRINCIPLES OF SENSATION OF KNOWING
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The origins of the feeling of knowing are not fully understood, but it is thought to be linked to our intuition. Intuition is our ability to understand things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. It is often based on our subconscious processing of information, such as our personal experiences, emotions, and gut feelings.

Metamemory about the origins of the feeling of knowing is that it is a way for our subconscious mind to access the vast amount of information that is stored in our database. This database includes all of our knowledge, experiences, and emotions. When we have a gut feeling about something, it may be because our subconscious mind has processed all of the information in our database and come to a conclusion.

Another theory about the origins of the feeling of knowing is that it is a way for us to connect with our higher selves. Our higher selves are our wisest and most compassionate selves. They are connected to all of the knowledge and wisdom of the universe. When we have a gut feeling about something, it may be because our higher selves are trying to communicate with us.

The Level of certainty is linked with the size and intensity. Intense, full body sensation with strong voice represent life changing moment which will reverb through the future.

PRINCIPLES OF SENSATION OF KNOWING
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  • It is based on our subconscious processing of information. The sensation of knowing is not a conscious process. It is our subconscious mind that is working to process all of the information that we are bombarded with on a daily basis, including our personal experiences, emotions, and gut feelings. When we have a gut feeling about something, it is often because our subconscious mind has processed all of the available information and come to a conclusion.

  • It is not always right. Our intuition is not a perfect system. It can be influenced by our biases and prejudices. It is also important to note that our intuition can be fooled by our emotions. For example, if we are feeling stressed or anxious, we may be more likely to have a negative gut feeling, even if there is no real reason for it.

  • It can be developed and enhanced. The more we trust our intuition and listen to our gut feelings, the better it becomes at guiding us. We can also develop our intuition by practicing mindfulness and meditation. By becoming more aware of our thoughts and feelings, we can better understand the information that our subconscious mind is processing.

Here are some tips for using the sensation of knowing to your advantage:

  • Pay attention to your gut feelings. When you have a gut feeling about something, take notice. Don’t just ignore it.

  • Trust your intuition. The more you trust your intuition, the better it becomes at guiding you.

  • Be aware of your biases. Our biases can influence our intuition, so it is important to be aware of them and to try to control them.

  • Don’t let your emotions control you. Our emotions can also fool our intuition. When you are making a decision, try to be as objective as possible.

  • Gather as much information as possible. The more information you have, the better equipped your subconscious mind will be to make a sound judgment.

By understanding and following these principles, you can learn to trust your sensation of knowing and use it to make better decisions, solve problems more effectively, and live a more fulfilling life.

πŸ—¨οΈ GUIDING PARTICIPANTS
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  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of client who are accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.

  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.

  • Be interested and curious about client exploration.

  • Repeat client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance when the client spoke about exciting event, his face lightened up, words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.

  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.

πŸ’§ SENSATION OF KNOWING SCRIPT BASED ON EXPLORATION OF VLADIMIR KLIMSA
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“The sensation of knowing, is a full body sensation of certainty or conviction that something is true, even if we cannot explain why.” - Vladimir Klimsa

Vlad: Talking to a client: “What can I do for you today?”

Client: “I would like to know the answer to X.”

Vlad: “How will you know when you know?”

Client: “I say it and know it.”

Vlad: “You’ll say it and know it! I gather that what you are saying to yourself now doesn’t fit and I’ll ask you to relax, go inside to the future long ahead when this issue is long behind and from the point of the future notice what steps have you taken to sort it? Then step inside of yourself and feel it in you body.”

Client: (Client drops into relaxed state) “I saw it as a part of my life!”

Vlad: “Yo saw it as a part of your life! And what kind of life is that life?

Client: “Overall is good. I see some more troubles and I got resources to sort them.”

Vlad: “That’s great. I’ll ask you to relax even more, go inside to the future long ahead when this issue is long behind and from the point of the future notice Is there anything else about answer to X which you didn’t get first time and allow yourself to go back and from bird view review the scenery as many times as you need till yo got the feeling that’s enough. Then step inside of yourself and feel it in your body!”

Client: “I got it. Can I do it with other question?”

Vlad: “You can use it with as many questions and answers as you like after you answer this: ‘How real it is?’”

Client: “Well I saw myself, I heard myself, I was inside, I know it is real?”

πŸ‘£ THE BASIC SENSATION OF KNOWING SCRIPT
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  1. In order to know you have to experience. One intense experience can cause phobia. Many different small and big experiences will get sensations on base which you’ll be able to calibrate proximity of answer.

“The only way to learn is by doing, and the best way to learn is by making mistakes.” - Will Rogers

  1. Go to the future long ahead where you have been doing and knowing the solution over the decades, and from the point of the future look back on the causes and steps you have taken to sort it out. Allow yourself to step in and re-live it.

  2. Repeat the step two adding additional details, scenarios, context and characters.

πŸ’ͺ MEDITATION SENSATION OF KNOWING
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Meditation on the Sensation of Knowing

Find a comfortable position where you can sit or lie down for a few minutes without being disturbed. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths.

Bring your attention to your body and notice any sensations that are present. This could be the feeling of your breath entering and leaving your body, the feeling of your body making contact with the ground or chair, or any other sensations that you notice.

Once you have a good sense of your body sensations, bring your attention to the sensation of knowing. This could be a feeling in your gut, your chest, or your head. It could be a feeling of certainty, conviction, or intuition.

Pay attention to the quality of the sensation of knowing. Is it strong or weak? Is it pleasant or unpleasant? Is it hot or cold?

Simply observe the sensation of knowing without judgment. Don’t try to change it or make it go away. Just allow it to be there.

As you meditate on the sensation of knowing, you may notice that it begins to shift or change. This is perfectly normal. Just continue to observe the sensation without judgment.

After a few minutes, you may choose to gently open your eyes and return to your day.

Here are some questions you can ask yourself during the meditation:

  • Where do I feel the sensation of knowing in my body?
  • What is the quality of the sensation of knowing?
  • What does the sensation of knowing want to tell me?
  • How can I trust my intuition more fully?

This meditation can help you to develop your intuition and to learn to trust your gut feeling. By paying attention to the sensation of knowing, you can make better decisions, solve problems more effectively, and live a more fulfilling life.

▢️ VIDEO OF ANTONIO DAMASIO | FEELING & KNOWING: MAKING MINDS CONSCIOUS
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▢️ Youtube - Antonio Damasio | Feeling & Knowing: Making Minds Conscious

❔ FAQ
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Q: What is the sensation of knowing?

A: The sensation of knowing is a feeling of certainty or conviction that something is true, even if we cannot explain why. It is often accompanied by a physical feeling in the gut, such as a butterfly stomach or a sinking feeling.

Q: Where does the sensation of knowing come from?

A: The sensation of knowing is thought to be linked to our intuition. Intuition is our ability to understand things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. It is often based on our subconscious processing of information, such as our personal experiences, emotions, and gut feelings.

Q: How can I develop my sensation of knowing?

A: There are a number of things you can do to develop your sensation of knowing, including:

  • Pay attention to your gut feelings. When you have a gut feeling about something, take notice. Don’t just ignore it.

  • Trust your intuition. The more you trust your intuition, the better it becomes at guiding you.

  • Be aware of your biases. Our biases can influence our intuition, so it is important to be aware of them and to try to control them.

  • Don’t let your emotions control you. Our emotions can also fool our intuition. When you are making a decision, try to be as objective as possible.

  • Gather as much information as possible. The more information you have, the better equipped your subconscious mind will be to make a sound judgment.

Q: How can I use the sensation of knowing to make better decisions?

A: When making a decision, it is important to consider all of the available information. However, the sensation of knowing can also be a valuable tool for making decisions. If you have a strong gut feeling about something, it is important to listen to it.

Here are some tips for using the sensation of knowing to make better decisions:

  • Pay attention to your body language. When you have a gut feeling about something, your body language may change. For example, you may get a butterfly stomach or your heart may start to race. Be aware of these changes in your body language and use them as a guide.

  • Listen to your inner voice. Your inner voice is your intuition. When you have a gut feeling, your inner voice may be trying to tell you something. Listen carefully to your inner voice and trust your gut feeling.

  • Consider all of the available information. Even if you have a strong gut feeling about something, it is important to consider all of the available information before making a decision. This will help you to make a more informed decision.

  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help. If you are struggling to make a decision, don’t be afraid to ask for help from someone you trust. They may be able to offer you a different perspective or help you to gather more information.

Q: What are some of the benefits of developing my sensation of knowing?

A: There are many benefits to developing your sensation of knowing, including:

  • Better decision-making: The sensation of knowing can help you to make better decisions by allowing you to tap into your inner wisdom.

  • More effective problem-solving: The sensation of knowing can also help you to solve problems more effectively. When you are faced with a challenge, your subconscious mind can work on it even while you are consciously focused on something else. This can lead to sudden insights or breakthroughs.

  • Increased creativity: The sensation of knowing can also boost your creativity. When you are open to your intuition, you are more likely to come up with new and innovative ideas.

  • Improved self-awareness: The sensation of knowing can also help you to develop your self-awareness. By paying attention to your gut feelings and intuition, you can learn more about yourself and what is important to you.

  • Reduced stress and anxiety: The sensation of knowing can also help to reduce stress and anxiety. When you trust your intuition and make decisions that are aligned with your values, you feel more in control of your life. This can lead to a greater sense of peace and well-being.

Overall, the sensation of knowing is a powerful tool that can help you to live a more fulfilling and successful life. By understanding and developing your sensation of knowing, you can make better decisions, solve problems more effectively, boost your creativity, improve your self-awareness, and reduce stress and anxiety.

πŸ˜† JOKES
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  • What do you call a person with a strong sensation of knowing? A gut feeling expert.

  • Why did the psychic cross the road? To get to the other side of the truth.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a fortune teller? A psychic can tell you what’s going to happen, and a fortune teller can tell you how much it will cost.

  • Why did the psychic go to the doctor? Because she was feeling under the weather.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a magician? A psychic can tell you what’s going to happen, and a magician can make it happen.

  • What do you call a psychic who’s always wrong? A gut feeling rookie.

  • Why did the psychic go to jail? Because she was caught with a crystal baloney.

  • What do you call a psychic who’s always right? A lucky guesser.

  • Why did the psychic get fired from her job? Because she couldn’t see the future.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a palm reader? A psychic can tell you what’s going to happen, and a palm reader can tell you what’s already happened.

  • What do you call a psychic who’s always late? A gut feeling procrastinator.

  • Why did the psychic go to the dentist? Because she needed a sixth sense.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a meteorologist? A psychic can tell you what’s going to happen tomorrow, and a meteorologist can tell you what’s going to happen in two weeks.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a therapist? A psychic can tell you what’s wrong with you, and a therapist can help you fix it.

  • What do you call a psychic who’s always happy? A gut feeling optimist.

  • Why did the psychic go to the beach? Because she wanted to see her clairvoyant.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a politician? A psychic can actually tell you the truth.

  • What’s the difference between a psychic and a used car salesman? A used car salesman will at least try to tell you the truth.

πŸ¦‹ METAPHORS ABOUT SENSATION OF KNOWING
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  • The sensation of knowing is like a compass, guiding us in the right direction.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a gut feeling, telling us when something is right or wrong.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a sixth sense, giving us insights beyond the reach of our conscious minds.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a whisper in our ear, telling us what we need to hear.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a light in the darkness, showing us the way forward.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a voice in our head, telling us what to do.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a feeling in our gut, telling us whether to trust or not trust someone.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a tingling in our spine, telling us that we are on the right track.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a sudden realization, giving us clarity and understanding.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a deep-seated conviction, giving us confidence in our decisions.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a puzzle piece falling into place, giving us a complete picture.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a bell ringing in our heads, telling us that we have discovered something important.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a door opening, showing us a new path to follow.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a key fitting into a lock, unlocking the secrets of the universe.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a map leading us to our destination.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a compass guiding us through the storm.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a lighthouse guiding us to safety.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a star leading us through the darkness.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a rainbow after the rain, giving us new hope and optimism.

  • The sensation of knowing is like a gift, giving us the power to create a better future for ourselves and others.

πŸ“š RESOURCES:
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@book Antonio Damasio, 2000, The Feeling Of What Happens: Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness, ISBN 978-0156010757

@book Lakoff, G. and Johnson, M. 2003; β€œMetaphors We Live By.” Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 978-0226468013

@video Steve Andreas demos Spinning Feelings

πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦² VLADIMIR KLIMSA EXPERIENCE WITH SENSATION OF KNOWING
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“An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field.” - Niels Bohr

I have practice sensation of knowing since early childhood and from 1996 was able to start make living out of investments. After more than 13.000 experiences I am confident and competent accessing the future events which are important to myself. I have released that sensation of knowing is full body sensation.

✏️ CONCLUSION
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The sensation of knowing is a powerful tool that can help us to live more fulfilling and successful lives. It is a feeling of certainty or conviction that something is true, even if we cannot explain why. It is often accompanied by a physical feeling in the gut, such as a butterfly stomach or a sinking feeling.

The sensation of knowing is thought to be linked to our intuition. Intuition is our ability to understand things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. It is often based on our subconscious processing of information, such as our personal experiences, emotions, and gut feelings.

There are a number of things we can do to develop our sensation of knowing, including paying attention to our gut feelings, trusting our intuition, being aware of our biases, not letting our emotions control us, and gathering as much information as possible.

We can use the sensation of knowing to make better decisions, solve problems more effectively, boost our creativity, improve our self-awareness, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Here are some tips for using the sensation of knowing in your everyday life:

  • When facing a decision, ask yourself what your gut feeling is. Don’t ignore your intuition.
  • If you have a strong feeling about something, even if you can’t explain why, trust it.
  • Be aware of your biases and try to control them. Our biases can influence our intuition, so it’s important to be aware of them and to try to be as objective as possible when making decisions.
  • Don’t let your emotions control you. Our emotions can also fool our intuition. When you’re making a decision, try to be as calm and collected as possible.
  • Gather as much information as possible. The more information you have, the better equipped your subconscious mind will be to make a sound judgment.

By understanding and developing your sensation of knowing, you can tap into your inner wisdom and guidance to create a more fulfilling and successful life.

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