Guided by Intuition

24 07 2008

We drown under pressure, life changes, sickness and challenges that help us develop new state of mind. Trying to find solutions and maintain some kind of estability awakes an inner ear able to communicate to us what our next move should be in order to survive, some people call it intuition. Sometimes we listen, sometimes we don’t. There is a way and manner to go about developing this kind of intuition that will help us navigate the complex issues of daily life. It is important that we have a foundation to build upon in order to obtain the best benefit of this valuable gift. I call it a gift because it is given to us freely and it is up to us to accept it and learn to utilize it properly.

In my experience the first thing we need to do in order to connect to our intuition is to be silent, taking time to get to know what our mind and soul transmit takes time and dedication. We need to communicate to God, sometimes he whispers and others he shouts, but if we are not opened to this communication we won’t hear a thing.