We all get lost sometimes.
This is about getting found.
Our stories are the same. Many of us, I'm sure.
No major complaints.
But then one day we wake up as if out of a dream, wondering how did I get here? Am I really living the life I dreamed? Where did I get off track?
This came for me when the veil of perfection was lifted from my eyes, and I had to realize some harsh truths (in my mind) about myself. I am grateful for this awakening as it stirred to life the girl I had been and the woman I am to be.
I have been travelling this road back to myself for five years, and it has been a dream of mine to share the experience of the tools I have used, and continue to explore, with the hope that my journey may help inspire or guide others. I don't claim to be an expert in any of the subjects I will write about, so please take anything as a starting point for yourself and start your journey under proper guidance.
Though we humans may not possess the same type of instinct as some of our fellow creatures, I do strongly believe that we can tap into our hearts and souls and find our way home.
Magnetoreception (also magnetoception) is a sense which allows an organism to detect a magnetic field to perceive direction, altitude or location. This sensory modality is used by a range of animals for orientation and navigation, and as a method for animals to develop regional maps. For the purpose of navigation, magnetoreception deals with the detection of the Earth's magnetic field.
Magnetoreception is present in bacteria, arthropods, molluscs and members of all major taxonomic groups of vertebrates. Humans are not thought to have a magnetic sense, but there is a protein (a cryptochrome) in the eye which could serve this function.
Magnetoreception, Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia