The Value of Inspiration and Intuition

I love the way nature guides us, contraction is not an option.

Sometime we hook our purpose onto fixtures hoping to create something special. But nothing in nature is fixed.

Sometimes we invest in something that fails to live to our expectations but in nature our expectations cannot halt the evolution of our master plan – where there is conflict between our expectations and nature’s destiny, expectations lose.

We sometimes think that we are off purpose but we are never off purpose always learning lessons, if we are thankful for that we don’t always need to repeat the same lessons, bitten by the same dog twice isn’t essential.

Sometimes we invest in possibilities that don’t manifest. This is the heart of the visionary and he or she has to get ised to the fact that some dreams do not manifest as they were hoped. The visionary can see what others can’t and therefore sometimes the visionary sees the future while others resist. In nature there is a vision and those who tune to it create with a good heartedness.

Stress reveals a conflict within. That stress is 99% intuition arguing with hopes and dreams. In nature, intuition is the whole art of survival. It is wise to hone this art of intuition and save yourself wasting time, effort and resources and getting stressed.

The Back on Track 30 Day Challenge focusses 100% on your intuitive natureteaching you the skills to trust it, and understand nature well enough to hone that intuition (inspiration is a higher form of intuition) into vision and purpose.

Five things you need to know about intuitive awareness:

1. Pragmatism kills it
2. Disobeying it leads to physical and mental health problems – grave illness.
3. Doubt and fear are the result of following intuition (fearless is not a good sign of intuition)
4. Emotion is not intuitive – gratitude shifts emotion in the right direction (elation and depression shift it in the wrong direction)
5. Love is the only true space where intuition can rise to inspiration

With Spirit

Chris

The Value of Inspiration and Intuition

I love the way nature guides us, contraction is not an option.

Sometime we hook our purpose onto fixtures hoping to create something special. But nothing in nature is fixed.

Sometimes we invest in something that fails to live to our expectations but in nature our expectations cannot halt the evolution of our master plan – where there is conflict between our expectations and nature’s destiny, expectations lose.

We sometimes think that we are off purpose but we are never off purpose always learning lessons, if we are thankful for that we don’t always need to repeat the same lessons, bitten by the same dog twice isn’t essential.

Sometimes we invest in possibilities that don’t manifest. This is the heart of the visionary and he or she has to get ised to the fact that some dreams do not manifest as they were hoped. The visionary can see what others can’t and therefore sometimes the visionary sees the future while others resist. In nature there is a vision and those who tune to it create with a good heartedness.

Stress reveals a conflict within. That stress is 99% intuition arguing with hopes and dreams. In nature, intuition is the whole art of survival. It is wise to hone this art of intuition and save yourself wasting time, effort and resources and getting stressed.

The Back on Track 30 Day Challenge focusses 100% on your intuitive natureteaching you the skills to trust it, and understand nature well enough to hone that intuition (inspiration is a higher form of intuition) into vision and purpose.

Five things you need to know about intuitive awareness:

1. Pragmatism kills it
2. Disobeying it leads to physical and mental health problems – grave illness.
3. Doubt and fear are the result of following intuition (fearless is not a good sign of intuition)
4. Emotion is not intuitive – gratitude shifts emotion in the right direction (elation and depression shift it in the wrong direction)
5. Love is the only true space where intuition can rise to inspiration

With Spirit

Chris