The evangelists occasionally describe Jesus as being moved in the bowels (i.e. with compassion) just before he began miraculous ministrations. I know there is a scholarly assumption which sees that as nothing more than an idiomatic expression basically equated with "he felt their pain". I think there was more to it than that--Jesus was "feeling" inspiration. He certainly felt virtue go out from him when the woman with the issue of blood touched him.
Speaking of what would be our experience in the Holy Spirit after the crucifixion and resurrection, Jesus said rivers of living water would flow out from our bellies. A metaphor, or more? How about a physical analog for a spiritual experience: the action of the Spirit causing sensible repercussions in our corporeal beings. I'm not saying every bit of indigestion is God speaking, but I am most certainly saying God speaks to those that believe, and his voice reverberates in the soul of man!
There are those who would naysay this interpretation of things, but I ask, where are their greater works, their miracles, their anything that Jesus modeled, the Apostles emulated, and that the early church reproduced? Unbelieving, they say those things passed away; whereas believing, charismatic folks produce such things even today! When one has faith, and is open to the inspiration of God, the flutter of the Spirit of God can stir the soul, and somewhere in our consciousness we experience that stirring as the "holy hunch".