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3. Ask inside, "What is this feeling trying to tell me? What does this mean?" If you get any impression at all about what sensation might be connected to, write it down.
4. Watch for events and happenings that might be related to impressions you've written down. Make a note on your calendar about anything that seems significant to you.
5. Review your calendar every 30 days and look for patterns. Any time a sensation is recorded more than once, take note of events that took place on and around those days.
Of course, not every pain and twitch is going to be an empathic signal. If a symptom persists or is troublesome, you should seek advice of a doctor. But if doctors can find no explanation for your symptoms, try charting them.
If you pay close attention, you'll begin see and understand relationships between your bodily sensations and happenings in world around you.
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