Your Knowing Is Like A Feather Touch with Dr Dain Heer

October 14, 2013 — 6 Comments

You always know.  

Your knowing is instantaneous.  Literally, it’s like as soon as you think of something or as soon as you ask something, or as soon as somebody else asks you something, you get this awareness of what it’s going to be like.

Your knowing is like a feather touch.  It’s not a brick.  A lot of us have this idea that when we know something the clouds will part and God’s voice will come from the clouds with a bright shining light and go, “This is your knowing!”  No,  that’s not how it actually works…

Your knowing is like a feather touch.

What’s interesting is that if and when you demand more consciousness in your life, what happens is you get the feather touch first and if that doesn’t work, you get the slap across the face and if that doesn’t work, you’ll get the brick across the face, and if that doesn’t work, you get the house of bricks falling on top of you….

My suggestion? Listen to the feather touch, my friends. It will make your life a lot easier – and a lot more fun.

Cause you always know. You know.

– Dain Heer

6 responses to Your Knowing Is Like A Feather Touch with Dr Dain Heer

  1. 

    I just loved it…..so beautifully explained about the awareness through the feather touch…..thanks Dain

  2. 

    I enjoy every thing you share withme and I thank you for the feather touch! I do know but I often wait for the brick to hit and know I was wrong , with your input I will slow down and enjoy the feather touch! Thank you ! Charlotte

  3. 

    Thank you! You have the capacity to make everything so ease in my life.
    I’m getting for really the first time in my life the value of my awerness…so grateful.

  4. 

    Bricks are so outdated… 😉

  5. 

    A feather will always be light/true and a brick will always be heavy… 😉

  6. 
    Charlene Springer October 14, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    I love his book and videos. He is very playful and gives common sense advice.

    Sent from my iPad

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