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  • Kayla-Jane Barrie

The Harmonic Journey of Intuition & Internal Language

Gada shares her story of becoming a psychic and how she supports people in communicating with their beautiful, strange selves.

“If we want people to fully show up, to bring their whole selves including their unarmored, whole hearts—so that we can innovate, solve problems, and serve people—we have to be vigilant about creating a culture in which people feel safe, seen, heard, and respected.” ― Brené Brown, Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.

With the first day of fall looming around the corner, I was greeted by a woman with a striking smile and floral adorned crown. My conversation with Gada Jane explored facets of humanity, intuition, and the importance of emotions; each facet unfurling like a petal on a fresh bouquet.

Gada supports people with psychic insight. She works with clients to help them understand themselves and their relationships to move forward on the best path possible. She offers coaching and training programs that support others in crafting their own intuitive processes.

What I find the most beautiful about her gifts, is that she cues into an individual’s unique language.

She was raised an atheist but was always fascinated by religion and spirituality. She broke free from the skepticism and followed the feeling she carried about there being more to life.

“My interest was getting to this sort of sense of meaning. I would talk a lot about transcendence and try to access what that means,” she says.

“I had trouble with religion because I would go to these places looking for something and then being like, the thing is not really here in these spaces, but I knew there was something that was very important to me there,” she shares.

It wasn’t until 2015 when she travelled to France, that she started to feel more in tune with herself. She shared with me that until that time, it was hard to relax and but the trip enlightened her to connect with the world around her.

When she released the structure of a busy lifestyle, she began to feel connected to what she was doing at the moment. She leaned into the internal nudge that life was more than a coincidence.

“That led to essentially kind of completely having to take apart my worldview because it did not account for these things that were regularly happening to me. Over the next three or four years, I became a spiritual person in my own way.“

As she moved through integrating the confidence of this new view, she began to help others on their journey of self-discovery.

What Is The Genuine Significance Of Intuition?

“People want to analyze things carefully to get clear answers,” Gada explains. “I think feeling our way to a clear answer of what's actually happening and the intuitive practice of asking what is happening here and what is needed here can give us clarity that cuts through our tendency to want to just blur over people.”

Intuition is defined as “the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning” or “a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning”. But I don’t think a textbook definition can help us understand the phenomenon of intuition or where to sense it.

The majority of humanity has become disconnected from the source of intuition. Whether it be from intergenerational trauma, capitalism, or disassociation (to name a few), redefining what intuition looks like for each of us is key to understanding not only ourselves but also each other.

“Sometimes you're avoiding something by being negative, and sometimes you're avoiding it by being positive. If we're just trying to be very honest about what's actually happening emotionally. I think would be a lot better off,” Gada says.

This is not turning away from the harder feelings and experiences in life. We can’t always meditate through pain, but we can be authentic and learn how to be direct in our internal communication and externalize our truths.

“There is nothing wrong with having emotions, or being an emotional person. Everybody is emotional. But it’s important to be as precise and accurate as possible about the feeling, what it is telling us and what can we do with it.”

It’s a complicated and complex journey to attune to our intuitive practice, but that is where the conversation of inner language comes in.

Defining The Journey Of Inner Language

Gada explains that she supports people in the process of finding their inner language and unlocking their authentic abilities. Having a direct line of inner communication is the groundwork for finding what gifts come naturally and expressing clarity in emotions.

“Professionally, I help people tune in and feel what is going on inside and learn to understand that all the moods and sensations as your inner language and allow that to form into meaning that you can understand; it’s inner communication with the self. I guide them to relax into what is being communicated,” she explains.

She also offers readings that help clients find answers in the current moment. She focuses on what is happening, how to work with it, and what is getting in the way of progress.

She explains even in relationship readings, she guides people to a self-understanding of how they can communicate better and show their feelings to be better understood.

There is a deeper level of calibration to the healing Gada provides. We began to explore the idea of how intuition is a natural process honed through careful testing in calibration.

“The inner world is very informative. By relaxing, noticing and allowing yourself to understand what these signals are, it's allowing yourself into this space where things have meaning,” she says. “The second part, calibration, is important because it can be very easy to assume you know what something means, but you're shaping it without having enough information.”

Saving The World One Harmonic Conversation At A Time

The Two of Cups in Tarot shows two people in mutual reception of each other. Above their heads is the Caduceus of Hermes (Mercury, communication and exchange). I bring this card up because it usually brings me to a place of compassion in partnerships. Even if two people have different skills or beliefs, they can focus on the shared goal.

This mutual exchange of beliefs, sentiments, and curiosity is deeply transformative to how we interact with each other. There are two sides to communication – being heard and seeing other people.

“Being with people and seeing them in a way where they feel seen and understood is very powerful,” Gada explains.“If you take your ideas out of the way and sit and notice, what you feel and describe it, instead of analyzing or projecting [the foundations of intuitive practice] - you can do just even through your senses with a person and make a person feel very seen.”

To create harmony on this planet, we need to release our judgments of self and others and open up the possibility of connection and conversation. We can find ourselves in each other when we embrace the potential in what others are saying and participate in active listening.

Relationship readings are one of the top requests from clients. Gada shares that she supports people to feel into how they are expressing themselves and how they can bring clarity to the problem at hand.

“It often comes back to how people express things and how they understand others,” she says. “Give the other person space to be themselves and express in natural ways but also find common ground.”

Perhaps, we can change the world when we deeply listen to what others are saying and release the idea of needing to be correct.

PSA: Your Emotions Are A Gift

Gada and I started talking about the mission of achieving our purpose in this lifetime. There’s a lot of pressure to love what you do or align with your higher self. But what if our calling is not something that can be offered by other people?

There is a gift that resides in the human body and soul. Internal communication can signal if something is aligned for us. It can signal yes or no, and both are potent messages that merit being felt and heard.

“Often we think our internal experiences are just there or we can think our way out of it. The bad feelings are not weaknesses. We think, oh, you know, I should be able to deal with this myself. But if the feeling tells you ‘I need to say this’, you may not be able to deal with it yourself without speaking what you need to speak,” says Gada.

Emotions are the vessel to tell us what we need to do about a situation and how we need to process them. It’s crucial we stop denying them so that we can open up the lines of communication, and healing, to ourselves and each other.

Always Be Your Strange And Beautiful Self

The conditioning of society has created walls around our intuition and the quirks that make us human. Many of us have this pressure that everything needs to be curated and done in perfect alignment, even though it feels off in our bodies.

“Often when people see that's different, that's not how I do it, or that's not how I think it should be done, or that's not the way it looks like it should be done, they get told they're doing it wrong,” Gada shares. “It's easier to give over to something that feels simple or normal, and takes us in a direction that isn't that sense of the calling and purpose.”

Let’s say you’re the type of person who enjoys working on a few things at a time. Society says “no”, it must be organized and structured or else you won’t be successful. Governments, schools, and workplaces have set up systems that block us from the freedom of being ourselves, thus when we are doing something that feels right, we are judged and told to sit down.

“It looks great and ordered when you do one thing at a time, and everybody loves it when you do one thing at a time. But that only works for some people. I think it shuts down especially creative people, especially sensitive people, especially empathic people who are suddenly carrying everybody's emotions and the pressure from everyone else,” she says.

That’s not even getting into the emotional expression of it all. I can’t help but feel that some systems want to take emotions out of humanity, so we are easier to deal with. I disagree. Emotions make us human. And if we don’t embrace the life force of emotions, I don’t know if we can save the world.

This outdated moulding of society is one of the reasons why the gifts that Gada teaches her clients are deeply transformative.

“When people do intuitive practice work, often they do a little bit and then they'll have to go away for a long time. It's not because they're not getting results, but it’s because they have these huge positive effects,” she says. “I think that's another side of it - I think most people are afraid of their potential; they're afraid of feeling like this is out of my control in a way that's amazing but terrifying.”

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