This book was born from inspiration during 13 nights of full moons where, without warning, I heard the song of an owl at late hours and felt the need to capture in short stories spiritual experiences of recent years, interactions in everyday life and certain feelings of unity or inner presence. As a game, I honored this perception and, from now on, on each full moon, I waited patiently for the "inner voice" to inspire me to write these poems to help the reader become aware of his personal development and present moment. I allowed it to flow as it felt, without explaining what I was writing or giving many interpretations to the sensations that went through my body. Regularly, he expressed himself by boosting the mind and thinking over and over again. This time, something was different, there was a guide or orientation that led me to feel what was happening in the totality of my being and give myself to something as complex as "trusting the invisible". This selection of 58 writings (55 + 3) responds to numbers that, faced with various situations of uncertainty or fear, have become a sign of companionship by guides, teachers or superior wisdom. In fact, over time these intuitions became a way of honoring these signs -considered to me as divine or superior- and thanking you for your silent companionship. Why the denomination of Intuitions and Hearts? I might rather say that they are inspirations, ideas that came from different emotional states. I honor them as poems-prose, in the context of being words with a clear intention of collectivity or unity I am convinced that we are approaching a threshold where the prevailing rationality is fading into the hands of art, intuition, creativity, spontaneity and play. The dimension of empathy or state of compassion is re-entering our consciousness to realize the damage we do to ourselves, our environment and, above all, to the ecosystem. The first steps are mental, therefore, this book is intended to gently and gradually reconnect you to the present instant or consciousness of human unity, through self-investigation of oneself and to question the sense of existing on planet Earth, especially in everyday life.