posted on Sep, 29 2007 @ 02:32 PM
Listen to the gut feelings. Logic can be twisted, deformed, lied to, deceived. But intuition cannot. A lot of people say intuition is often wrong,
that it doesn't work, that's it's just a trick of the brain, but that's not true. Often we hear someone say "I have a feeling ____ will happen",
and it doesn't happen, and people think intuition is bogus. What's the odds that person truly thought ____ thing was going to happen? People lie to
themselves constantly, they say they feel something in particular will happen, but they are just wanting for that thing to happen, deep down they know
they are deceiving themselves.
I'll give you an example from my personal experiences. Last year, there was a work in history that we had to do at the end of the year. A big, fat,
work. For some reason, I didn't felt stressed at all about it, and I actually didn't work a minute on it, for months. All logic pointed towards me
working on that project. There was absolutely no reason to not work on it. Yet, I felt I didn't need to work on it, and I didn't. Then, towards the
end of the year, I had a health problem, a truly unexpected diagnostic, and I had to get operated. And because of that operation, I didn't need to do
the work, I was given the average. I followed my intuition, and thanks to it I spared myself several days of wasted work.
This is just one example. Just listen to your intuition, and you will see that it is always right. But since people doubt intuition, and do not trust
it, they use their logic, and in the end, they realise their intuition was right, but they didn't want to trust it.
All that's left for you is look at all this, and ask yourself over the course of days, weeks, months, what feels real? And slowly, the answers will
come to you.
In our society, things that were present in ancient cultures were supressed, such as the belief in intuition, the belief than humans have the power to
know things far beyond their physical senses. Modern society made us believe people in ancient times were crazy, so we forgot all about our
[edit on 29-9-2007 by Atlantix]