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Springfield police are looking into why officers were unable to find a homicide victim last week when they were called to an area east of Washington Park on reports of gunfire.

The initial calls reporting the gunshots came in around 10 p.m. Thursday. The victim, Matthew D. Greer-Blakey, 20, wasn’t found until 8 a.m. Friday in an alley near the 1000 block of Henrietta Street.

Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow said Monday that two Springfield officers and a park district officer responded to the shots fired calls. They spent at least 15 minutes in the area, but didn’t find Greer-Blakey.

“The officers did a thorough search of the area. Unfortunately, no one went down that one alley,” Winslow said. “Believe me, my officer is beating himself up over it. It’s nothing that was intentional. It’s just one of those things that happened. It’s unfortunate. We’re concentrating right now on solving this case and bringing the people who are responsible to justice.”

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Intuition is…

the knowing/sensing of something beyond time, space, reason, the use of prior knowledge and the five senses.It is the gateway to your soul.

When you wake up in the morning, start your day by giving yourself permission to be intuitive. Remember, intuition is your natural state; therefore, you do not need to work at it, but rather allow it to express itself through you as You.

Intuition expresses itself through feelings – the language of the soul. By paying attention to how you feel, you become aware of your deeper Self and its guidance. If what you are doing or considering feels good, gives you a sense of inner rightness, chances are you are in alignment with your soul. You may also suddenly feel nauseous or anxious which can be an indication that something is not right for you.

When you feel your energy expand then you are in alignment with your intuition. You may feel energy expand in all parts of your body or in a particular part of your body like your heart centre. If, on the other hand, you feel your energy contract, then your intuition is most likely telling you to ignore or bypass this situation. In other words, when your energy contracts, it is your intuition saying No!

The more you listen to your intuition, the easier it becomes to recognize and act on it. This includes becoming aware of how intuition uniquely expresses itself through you. Does it come through dreams, writing, yoga? Is it a sensation in your body? If so, where? Is it in your head, heart, calves? What kind of sensation is it? Knowing this will help you trust your intuition more quickly in the future.

To trust your feelings, insights and energy state is the beginning of trusting yourself. We are taught not to listen to ourselves and to put our attention on what others think. To turn this around, start by believing that you do indeed know what is best for you; you know in your heart what you really want and what no longer feeds your soul. The path of intuitive living is the path of trusting and believing in your Self.

Intuition lies in the space between our discursive thoughts and the demands of our hectic lives. Making time for ourselves creates space to bring our attention back within where our intuition lies. Spend time daily in silence and self-reflection. Meditation, journaling, yoga and time in nature all contribute to connecting with the quiet voice within. This means making your Self a priority. If it helps, book You Time off in your calendar so that you become a priority in your life.

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