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Tuesday, May 17, 2005


Intuition. . . Listen to It

You must learn to distinguish between head-talk and heart-talk. You will want to only heed the voice of the heart for it is intuition.

Intuition is not made up of information that you already know. For that matter, it is not made up of anything that you have ever known.

When It speaks, you are most likely hearing It for the first time. That's why It's voice is so commanding. It's not the voice you have been used to hearing. It's the other voice.

It has all the answers and is only there to assist you. Be enlightened by the answers; answers that may challenge what you may prefer to do.

Hear it is, telling you all this neat stuff you could do to make your relationships better, and It's voice is so new, we wonder where "that" came from.

We often pass it off as just another one of those fleeting thoughts. David Zukav once said, "Intuition is perception beyond the physical senses that is meant to assist you. It is that sensory system which operates without data from the five senses."

In the future, if it is a voice you haven't heard before and it's saying things you haven't heard before, let it get your attention. Listen to It's voice. That inner voice speaks as loud as you are willing to listen to it.

When you give it your attention, it's voice beomes so commanding you would have to not pay attention on purpose to not hear it.

Intuition short-circuits your own conversation. And what does it matter? What you've been saying; what your own voice has told you that is no longer working, is what has brought you to where you are right now.

When your own conversation fails to provide its own encouragement it is time to listen to your intuition; the other voice. Honor your intutition. It's intention is to serve you.

Always trust your intuition. It is always right.

Some call it intuition. Some call it the voice of God. Call it whatever you want. Only learn to recognize Its voice.

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