The truth about life and lie about life is not measured by others but by your intuition, which never lies.
I’ll tell you another secret, this one for your own good. You may think the past has something to tell you. You may think that you should listen, should strain to make out its whispers, should bend over backward, stoop down low to hear its voice breathed up from the ground, from the dead places. You may think there’s something in it for you, something to understand or make sense of.But I know the truth: I know from the nights of Coldness. I know the past will drag you backward and down, have you snatching at whispers of wind and the gibberish of trees rubbing together, trying to decipher some code, trying to piece together what was broken. It’s hopeless. The past is nothing but a weight. It will build inside of you like a stone.Take it from me: If you hear the past speaking to you, feel it tugging at your back and running its fingers up your spine, the best thing to do—the only thing— is run.
Intuition is the art of the moment. Intuition is always in the moment, in the here and now. While the intellect always moves like the pendulum of a clock between the memories of the past and the fantasies of the future, intuition is always in the moment, always in the here and now. The more we develop our inner being, the inner source of love and truth, the inner quality of being here and now, the more we also have access to our intuition.
Life is really very simple. In each moment, we have the opportunity to choose between saying “yes” or “no”, to listen to our intuition, to listen to our true inner voice, the Existential voice within ourselves. When we say “yes”, we have contact with Existence and we receive nourishment, love, joy, support and inspiration. When we say “no”, we create a separation from life and begin to create dreams and expectations of how it should be. We begin to live in the memories of the past and in the fantasies of the future – as if any other time than here and now really could make us happy and satisfied.
Enlightenment is at the source of everything. From it, flows our Intuition and our creative energy. It is the delta of the human spirit ~ what we innately seek to return to, as we find ourselves lost in this world.
Who among us has not suddenly looked into his child's face, in the midst of the toils and troubles of everyday life, and at that moment seen that everything which is good, is loved and lovable, loved by God! Such certainties all mean, at bottom, one and the same thing: that the world is plumb and sound; that everything comes to its appointed goal; that in spite of all appearances, underlying all things is - peace, salvation, gloria; that nothing and no one is lost; that God holds in his hand the beginning, middle, and end of all that is. Such nonrational, intuitive certainties of the divine base of all that is can be vouchsafed to our gaze even when it is turned toward the most insignificant-looking things, if only it is a gaze inspired by love. That, in the precise sense, is contemplation...Out of this kind of contemplation of the created world arise in never-ending wealth all true poetry and all real art, for it is the nature of poetry and art to be paean and praise heard above all the wails of lamentation. No one who is not capable of such contemplation can grasp poetry in a poetic fashion, that is to say, in the only meaningful fashion. The indispensability, the vital function of the arts in man's life, consists above all in this: that through them contemplation of the created world is kept alive and active.
Our bodies have five senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, hearing. But not to be overlooked are the senses of our souls: intuition, peace, foresight, trust, empathy. The differences between people lie in their use of these senses; most people don't know anything about the inner senses while a few people rely on them just as they rely on their physical senses, and in fact probably even more.
Heart-flow means listening to your intuition and hunches and following your heart. How can you let your heart lead today?
The Lovely Knowing, your source of intuition and inspiration may not always be explainable, but it is always attainable!
Each of us has more intelligence than we are trained to use and the part that we get graded on in school doesn’t amount to much
In its failure to value differences in the way people learn, the educational process often suppresses intuition, creativity, and your sense of identity.
Finding your own metaphor for intuition is one of the best ways to give it form, an essential step in developing your intuitive thinking.
The part of your mind that believes intuitive knowing to be impossible is that part of your mind for which it is impossible.
Learning to locate your own gut response is essential if you are to be able to identify and acknowledge your intuition.
Opening up to your intuition represents a commitment to pay closer attention to how you think and feel.
Whether you are at play in the fields of the Lord or standing next to home plate squinting at the popping pitcher, that sudden, immediate knowing can also help you envision the outcome.
Whether you job involves chasing criminals, crouching numbers, or wrestling with paperwork, learning how to recognize and rely on those hunches and gut feelings can dramatically improve your job performance.
Instead of vacillating, we need to value, acknowledge and trust our intuition for what it is, a sense of truth.
Trusting your inner voice, which is one of the critical steps in developing intuition, is predicated on being truly self-confident.
Each of us has more intelligence than we are trained to use and the part that we get graded on in school doesn’t amount to much.
The brain waves of ordinary people during insight experiences are unique. Their brains are in special states.
Try to become aware of one feeling a day, keeping in mind that by doing so, you are building your data bank of self-knowledge