InnerSelf Daily Inspiration 01-18-2018: Intuition can often provide the answers to problems when the conscious mind cannot.

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Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Focus for today: Intuition can often provide the answers to problems when the conscious mind cannot.

Every single one of us is an intuitive being. A person does not have to be psychic to be intuitive. Intuition is one of our natural instincts and is a critical part of our mental processing. In fact, it is so integral that most of the time we take it for granted or are not even aware that we are utilizing it. Intuitive mental processing is usually associated with right-brain functioning. However, it is really whole-brain thinking. We utilize our intuition as a means of providing a different way to look at situations, as a means of getting a well-rounded perspective on what is happening.

Intuition is a like a weather gauge. It tells us what the current conditions are and alerts us when change is in the air. It is the vehicle through which our spirit expresses itself to our external world. It sees the situations and challenges that life throws our way from a holistic point of view. It is the conceptual part of our thinking and is what allows the mind to create ideas. Its spark kindles the flame and fuels the fires that drive us to manifest our dreams. Its energy provides the inspiration needed to encourage us to follow our visions. The use of intuition encourages us to look at possibilities and explore the unknown. Intuition can often provide the answers to problems when the conscious mind cannot.

We are so conditioned to using our five physical senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell), that we expect intuition to be something equally tangible. We expect it to be black and white, and it is not. Intuition is the sensory process that reveals its information through the pictures it paints in our minds and the quiet inner voice that we hear throughout our body. The five physical senses are easy to understand and relate to. Intuition, the “sixth sense,” requires us to trust, not to know.

Excerpted from the InnerSelf article:

How To Use Intuition As A Tool For Self-Healing

Written by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.

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One Response to “InnerSelf Daily Inspiration 01-18-2018: Intuition can often provide the answers to problems when the conscious mind cannot.”

  1. Eliza Ayres Says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.


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