Intuition is emerging from a cloud of mystery. Once considered a gift bestowed on only a few, intuition is becoming recognized as a natural skill that anyone can develop. Everyone is born with the capacity for intuition—the ability to know something without knowing how you know. Intuitive perception plays an important, yet often unconscious role in everyday decision-making. Many people rely on what they call a hunch, heart feeling, gut feeling or just a sense of “inner knowing” in making decisions in business, medical diagnosis, law enforcement, sports, relationships, driving defensively, parenting, teaching, and more.
Through practicing heart coherence tools, a byproduct has been that my intuition has increased significantly. Now, I count on my intuition to guide me in many different situations every day.
Intuitive insight is not necessarily an ingenious breakthrough or something grandiose or psychic. Intuitive thoughts, feelings, and solutions often manifest themselves as practical intuition or good old common sense, which as we all know is not that common. As I used the HeartMath tools to manage my emotions and develop my heart coherence, it was my practical intuition that significantly increased.
How many situations do you face right now that you wish could be made simpler and dealt with through practical intuition?
4 Reasons to Develop Practical Intuition:
- To gain better understanding of another’s perspectives, attitudes, and feelings and improve communication.
- To make decision-making easier when choosing among several viable solutions.
- To spawn insight and inspiration for your creative spark and expression.
- To create coherence within yourself and to gain clarity on your life mission, ways to give back and to help humanity.
“Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” – Steve Jobs
“It’s always with excitement that I wake up in the morning wondering what my intuition will toss up to me like gifts from the sea. I work with it and rely upon it. It’s my partner.” —Jonas Salk, M.D., developer of the polio vaccine
“Often you have to rely on intuition.” —Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect for Microsoft
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