Secretly, I have been making decision with the use of my intuition and information both, since childhood. For this reason it is hard for me to put it into words. Like trying to describe sunshine.
I thought perhaps I was psychic. But since I ask for real information, for the truest information to come to me for decision making, I felt psychic development was not the way for me to go. So I just kept moving along, day-to-day making decisions with the information I could find and my inner feeling about it.
The creepy thing about it was that, my inner feeling about it, would sometimes come with a picture flash in my head. Not always, just some of the time. That picture ended up matching something in the future. I saw it ahead of it actually happening.
Since writing a book about Intuition, due to have its book launch June 2022, I have read, all I can get get my hands on about intuition, wanting to know how other people are attempting to describe it in words. Validation feels good.
The Intuitive Way by Penney Peirce, “At its very best the intuitive process brings clarity and accuracy to ordinary awareness and transports you into an experience of awe about your own divine nature.”
Intuition is a gift, like eyesight. Not something we play with by asking to predict the future, as we do when we speak to a psychic.
Penney Peirce, “Sometimes psychics are accurate, but their orientation is usually toward WHAT, not how and why; toward form not process.”
Without How or Why we miss so much. We miss why our people, especially why our children are acting the way they do. Without the “how” each one of us would be on our own, without information on how anything has already been done.
Peirce, “With intuition, trust increases, both in yourself and others. You can see the reasons for why things happen. You experience less anxiety-producing hopelessness and hopefulness about the past and the future and a more accurate awareness of your surroundings.”
We have intuition. It is our sense of knowing.
I will continue to encourage you to relax into this “knowing,” for yourself and for the end of suffering.
Penney Peirce has a great disclaimer, “This does not mean you should float through life, living for the moment and giving up on goals. Not balancing a checkbook or saving money. We are here to participate fully and take care of details. This is a world of action and accomplishment; doing and having, as well as being, are a natural part of the creative process.”
Get from Amazon: The Intuitive Way, The Definitive Guide to Increasing Your Awareness by Penney Peirce. The New Expanded Edition, Simon and Schuster, New York. 2009.
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