Tuesday, December 27, 2016


This month has been the month of emotional-rollercoaster. So many unnecessary distraction. It becomes undeniable that I've been feeling rather.. lost, uninspired, and disconnected from so many things this year but more so these last couple of months, that it becomes rather distracting and distressing, also concerning if i may add. Then there is this problem with writer's block, where i simply cannot write about anything as there are not much that is worth writing about.
Currently, I have been obsessing (if you want to call it that) over reading and gaining knowledge on buddhism and their few on loss and grief, also once again on the subject of "intuition" and "empaths". It has come to my attention that though i might want to close myself up when it comes to anything that is unexplainable by science, I have to try to open my mind up because there might be a chance such phenomenon is real. At least, in some way. Life could become rather interesting if it is. Because I believe it does.


     the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.

Intuition is the result of the way our brains store, process, and retrieve information on a subconscious level. There are many recorded incidences where intuition prevented catastrophes and cases of remarkable recoveries when doctors followed their gut feelings. It is believed that people experience true intuition when they are under severe time pressure or in a situation of information overload or acute danger, where conscious analysis of the situation may be difficult or impossible.

Albert Einstein once said, "the intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." I believe that our intuition is this powerful and useful little piece of us. But more so than I said in the previous paragraph, I believe that if we use it often, it will grow stronger and become more accurate. Like other things, it will of course need time. But only if we are patience enough, and I do believe that it's worth it. Yes, it can be a curse and a gift but if you work through it and enhance our intuition, it can be more of a gift rather than a curse. But most people are too "rational" nowadays and that most of them can't handle it as they find intuition as "too much." I think there should be a balance in everything we do in our life; it's good to be rational, but sometimes we should also trust our intuition. The reason why a lot of people find intuition as too much is because instead of trusting their own intuition, they tend to question it some more trying to rationalised it. In this situation, it's okay to think about the consequence of following our intuition, but sometimes, it better to just do what it asks you to do. I know, I know. I'm talking about intuition as if it's something real and alive and the skeptics might think this is a lot of rubbish, but it is not.

It took me years to get a handle of my intuition and reading better into it so yes, like I said before, intuitions get better with practice —especially with a lot of practice— because at bottom, intuition is about the brain's ability to pick up a certain recurring patterns; so the more we are exposed to a particular domain of activity the more familiar we become with the relevant patterns, and the more and faster our brains generate heuristic solutions to the problem we happen to be facing with that domain. But the most important thing that I learned through out the year, if you're the intuitive empaths (of some sort, if you want to label it) and you want to control, to see it as more of a gift than a curse also to find balance, you need to stop seeing "people" (or the object of it) as a problem. Accept it as a gift, then it will become a gift.

Apologies about the rambling and the badly written chosen subject but i have been having the need to write something and more on these subjects. I hope you enjoy that and find it somewhat educational.

Merry Christmas and happy New Year,
The Law Family. x

p.s. you can also read some more on empaths by clicking the words empaths and it will direct you to two different website. 

Monday, December 26, 2016


How can the light goes in
if there isn't even a crack?
How can you let anything in
when the walls are completely blocked off?

All the words are being kept
in a small cramped dark space inside of you;
a bluebird that you kept hidden
a bluebird that you teach to keep quiet.

Yet the voices under all the silences
dares you not to feel, only think.
But time, like some things,
aren't ours to hold: (there is something familiar about this.)

Some things felt good, but never felt right—
it doesn't elevate the soul.
To let go, could be the right thing.
But to fight and to try again, is courageous.

Because words are powerful forces of nature
but silence, too, speaks volume.
Some things can live silently, slowly crumbling
but reborn, at the sight of

a resonance smile; on the sight of a crack.
Because that is how the light gets in.
Do it fiercely before you break slowly, and
ever so gently