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Intuition I

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It is said that the best way to see at night is to resign ones' self to seeing only black and white, as this is how animals with nightvision successfully interpret their surroundings. I am sure as ...
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Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are

Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how "power posing" -- standing in a... (Toller TED Beitrag von Amy Cuddy zum Thema Körpersprache.
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Tommy Weir on leadership: the rational case for using your intuition - The National

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AI was recently asked: “How much should a CEO rely on intuition?” My gut reaction was it depends on how good his intuition is.
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Psych-Quotes: Intuition & Relationships

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“ Intuition & Relationships
We’ve all had those gut feelings about something at one time or another, or a strong hunch about something. But how does our intuition affect our...
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How to Listen to Your Intuition to Know What to Do - The Carol Blog

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Everyone experiences their intuition differently. Find out how people who express TYPE 3 Energy experience their intuitive gifts.
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Let Intuition Be the CEO of Your Business - Huffington Post

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For four years I worked in what most would consider -- myself included -- the best corporate job a girl could have.
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Harnessing Your Intuition - How to Hear That 'Inner Still Small Voice'

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In order to access our inner wisdom or intuition, it is important to understand that we all have inner senses or intuitive capabilities. However, we may each experience our intuition in different ways. Some will tend to use clairsentience (“clear feeling”) where they will just “know ” the answer or feel it in their “gut” or in their “heart”. Others will use clairvoyance (“clear vision”) where they will receive an intuitive message through a vision, symbol or an image in their mind. And yet others may experience their inner sense as clairaudience (“clear hearing”) where they hear the answer as if by telepathy (this is not an hallucination). With practice a person can easily develop access to all 3 types of inner senses – it is much the same as building up a muscle at the gym. The more you use it, the more powerful and easily it flows. Going within through one of various forms or meditation, a quiet prayerful state, or sitting quietly in nature is the best means to cultivate your inner space to access your inner ‘still small voice’. We also can gain immediate access to our intuition in a busy, wakeful state whenever we are in our heart with great compassion or concern for a friend or a loved one. Have you ever noticed how easy it is to receive intuitive information when you are getting it for someone else?! It is easier to get into our heart or to have compassion for someone else than it is to do so for our selves. What keeps us from getting into our heart for our self to receive intuitive messages? We are limited in our ability to connect whenever we experience a sense of unworthiness (feeling unloved, guilty, ashamed), abandonment, anger or resentment, heartache, inadequacy or powerlessness, fear of the unknown, stress, or when we lose sight of who we really are. Once we remove these barriers (we give guided meditations as well as rapid tools and techniques to assist in our books Shift: 12 Keys to Shift Your Life and Shift: A Woman’s Guide to Transformation), it is important to establish new habits of heartfelt connectedness so that you can rapidly tap into the Universal Wisdom that lies within each of us......


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Divine Intuition: Your Inner Guide to Purpose, Peace & Prosperity - PsychCentral.com (blog)

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Have you ever had a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach when you make a big, and what turns out to be awful, decision?
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How to use body language to get served first at a bar - Telegraph

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Scientists have identified the body language that ensures bartenders will serve you first in a busy bar. (An der Bar übersehen werden.
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Intuitive intelligence in leadership

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Can you think of an occasion where you’ve had a gut feeling that something wasn’t right about a significant business issue but didn’t listen to your intuition and later regretted it? Do you often doubt your intuition in favour of hard evidence to support your business decision? If so, you may be underutilising one of the most powerful leadership tools: your intuitive intelligence. We use our instinct and intuition in many facets of our lives. It may be one thing to do so in your personal life – but perhaps quite another to use it at work? Many people may feel that intuition has little or no place in business, that decisions should be based on empirical evidence rather than on trusting your gut feeling. But there is increasing evidence that intuition is more than merely a feeling. Many scientists now believe that it is, in fact, the result of our brains piecing together information and experiences to come to different, and less obvious solutions and conclusions. Publications, such as ‘Intelligent Memory: Improve the Memory That Makes You Smarter’, by neuroscientist Barry Gordon, show that decision-making and intuition are inextricably linked.....


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How Should we use Intuition in Decision Making? | Storyline Blog

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I make a lot of decisions using intuition, which researchers are beginning to understand as more reliable, and less mystical than previously thought. Intuition is really about pattern recognition, about subconsciously picking up ...
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We have no control over intuition - The New Indian Express

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We have no control over intuition
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When the spiritual sadhana that we perform activates our faculty of intuition, how do we channelise it? The power of intuition is all knowing.
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Go With Your Gut: Learn to harness your intuition - HealthyLife ...

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Release Your Inner Psychic. By Valerie Foster/HealthyLife. Gut feeling. Little voice in your head. A tiny tingle. Whatever you call it, it's your intuition at work, which, according to Psychology Today, is not a magical phenomenon, ...
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Intuitive Decision Making: How to Identify Fear vs Intuition

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One of the biggest challenges people have with intuitive decision making is how to differentiate between fear and intuition. Learn how to tell the difference. 

A major part of the process of intuitive decision making is learning how to differentiate between your emotions and your pure, intuitive voice.  In my experience, I can identify intuition more by feeling than by emotion.  Emotion is secondary in the process, in that it can arise from a feeling and in this way be related to and directly stem from ones intuition.  However, our intuitive voices speaks to us in sudden flashes of insight, which usually move at a much faster pace than emotions, which always arise in reaction to thoughts, experiences or our perceived reality.

Therefore, if you are feeling fear, it is almost always a sign that whatever intuitional message may have been present has likely been surpassed and lost as one moves into more habitual patterns of reacting to a given stimuli, thought, or situation.  Fear tends to muddy the waters, as do many emotions, in terms of intuition.  Again, intuition comes more in the form of feelings such as hesitation, feeling compelled to do or say something, knowing, insight, revelation, vision, sudden awareness of an idea or thought and so on.  There is also typically a physical component such as a going weak or strong feeling, gut reaction, etc.  As you learn to trust yourself more deeply, the intuitive voice becomes stronger and more noticeable.  At first it can be hard to identify.  Using self-trust building affirmations can greatly speed up the process.

- See more at: http://www.thehealersjournal.com/2013/09/17/intuitive-decision-making-how-to-identify-fear/#sthash.kD5Z64dN.dpuf


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Your Intuition Is Your Answer

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"When you know, you know."


I never understood this quote, until I understood it.


Nine years ago, I stood in the doorway of the house in which I currently live, and declared, "I'm home," without ever stepping foot inside.

One month later, I moved in.

 

Two and a half years ago, I visited my friend at her studio for a massage. Afterwards, she asked if I wanted to see the only available space on the property (which had just been listed for rent). I didn't know why I wanted to see it, until I knew.

 

I paused in the doorway, groggy from body work and stated, "This is my yoga studio." A week later, I signed a lease.

 

I know when I have arrived home. We all do. There is a clear difference between impulse and intuition. Impulsive action leads to a stampede of second guessing, the feeling of being out in the cold, confused and indecisive. The aftershocks of impulse may take a while to appear, but they always do. Intuitive action leads us home, without a doubt in our minds, we are safe-inside of ourselves....


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