How to Know if Your Intuition Is Steering You in the Right Direction

Some believe intuition to be completely made up, a concept verging on mysticism in some cases. I don't. I believe intuition is a strong guide that can assist you in day to day decisions. In many cases, intuition is here to kick you in the gut and show you in subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, ways that you are off or on the right track. But it can be difficult to discern whether your intuition is right or simply playing tricks on you. In this article, I'm going to give your clear signs that … [Read more...]

Free Will: fact, faith or philosophy?

Free will is the ability of agents to make choices unimpeded. Factors that might impede choice include metaphysical constraints (particularly forms of determinism such as logical, physical, biological, social or theological determinism), physical constraints (such as the requirements of the laws of science), social constraints (such as threat of punishment, censure, or imprisonment), and mental constraints (such as compulsions or phobias, neurological disorders, or genetic predispositions). … [Read more...]

Intuition, a natural ability of ‘knowing’, Lauren Jawno

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “in·tu·i·tion (noun)ˌ is a natural ability or power that makes it possible to know something without any proof or evidence: a feeling that guides a person to act a certain way without fully understanding why; something that is known or understood without proof or evidence.” This is an incredible ability we have all been gifted with. We all have this within us, it’s the real you, it’s your soul consciousness, the true authentic you. But … [Read more...]

Traits of an Empath ~ Blessing or Curse

TRAITS OF AN EMPATH by Christel Broederlow 30 traits of an Empath 1. Knowing: Empaths just know stuff, without being told. It’s a knowing that goes way beyond intuition or gut feelings, even though that is how many would describe the knowing. The more attuned they are the stronger this gift becomes. 2. Being in public places can be overwhelming: Places like shopping malls, supermarkets or stadiums where there are lots of people around can fill the empath with turbulently vexed … [Read more...]

Developing Your Intuition, 8 Steps to Take

Exercises For Developing Your Intuition Some of these exercises will be probably be more effective and joyful for you than others. Experimentation is part of developing your intuition. Use those exercises that you enjoy and feel free to change others to fit your needs. If you want to enhance your learning, keep an Intuition Journal. A Journal will help you keep a record of what has happened, evaluate your intuition, and learn what exercises work well for you. Exercise 1. Work with … [Read more...]

What’s your Personal Intuition Score?‏

Are you an intuitive person? No, really, are you? It's important because your intuition affects not just one… but ALL areas of your life. (From your income to your love life.) So the question is, how intuitive are you? Click here to take a 30 second quiz & find out. This fun quiz will not only give you revealing news about your current Personal Intuition Score, but will explain precisely what you can do about it now to tap into your intuition… whenever you want… Because while … [Read more...]

The Truth about Intuition

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Lisa Nichols LIVE on Feb 5, YOU are invited!

We're organizing a brand new class which teaches you a simple - scientifically proven - technique you can use to enhance your experiences in life… From healing, to career success, to the levels of energy you feel (and more). It's happening on Feb 5th! RSVP Here >> And it's being run by one of the most remarkable personal growth visionaries I know: The lovable Lisa Nichols. >> RSVP here And it's being run by one of the most remarkable personal growth visionaries I … [Read more...]

Celebrating World Philosophy Day – NOV 21

IMAGE Philosophy Day at UNESCO By celebrating World Philosophy Day each year, on the third Thursday of November, UNESCO underlines the enduring value of philosophy for the development of human thought, for each culture and for each individual. Philosophy Day has been celebrated by UNESCO every year since 2002, on the third Thursday of November, both at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris and other cities around the world. The General Conference of UNESCO established World Philosophy Day in … [Read more...]

VERONICA, Exactly What Your Soul Needs

Exactly What Your Soul Needs "As one moves through physical reality, the question of "why" presents itself often. As one creates their own reality with clarity, it's important to check yourself often to confirm you are making choices that are clear. Yes, cloudiness can creep in, disturbing the beauty that you wish to create. If you are asking yourself "why?", then it is important to take a frank look at yourself with honesty to pave a better path. Not all … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise, State Dependent Learning: A Teaching and Autism AHA! Moment

Sometimes I believe things and don’t know why. I then use this mysterious belief to help others generalize their intended behavior rather than act out of habit. Many people say it’s because I know things others don’t and they call it an intuitive understanding. I have pondered the word ‘intuitive’ for this very reason and have come to the belief that, in fact, I just process behavioral observations faster than most people. This is my job, I use many tools and I am good at … [Read more...]

I Can Do It! IGNITE – New York (February 16 – 17, 2013)

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and a month of an abundance of love and laughter is headed our way. In another week, we’ll be hopping on a plane to the bodacious Big Apple for our first conference of the year — I Can Do It Ignite. I Can Do It! IGNITE - New York Date: February 16 - February 17, 2013 Sponsored by: Hay House Location: Javits Center ~ Special Events Hall 1D, see below Featuring cutting edge authors, speakers and documentary filmmakers in the mindful spirituality, health, … [Read more...]

How to Stop and Do Nothing?, Sally Lever :)

How to Stop and Do Nothing? (Why it's Important for Our Health and Well-being) One of the prerequisites for downshifting and leading a more sustainable life is for us to slow down. According to Jonathan Porritt, “Speed is the enemy of sustainable living”. When we opt for speed, then we tend to prioritise convenience over and above sustainability and this inevitably results in our consuming more and caring less about our personal wellbeing and that of the planet. What I’m … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION™ – Melanie Jade Rummel

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this young woman.  She describes her Journey in this Life, after many twists and turns and deep searching, awakened to the fact that everything happens for a reason, within Divine Timing and as a result, says today of her life:   'My world began to take on a magical quality!' We welcome her to our Alumni with open arms; and Celebrate the fact that she is here to help the Women of our World.  Please connect with Melanie Jade … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – The 12 Core Dynamics

Restore me to balance in body, mind, and spirit. Remove everything from my consciousness and body that is not in perfect alignment with your loving plan for me. Here is a Summary of the Dynamics: 1) Resisting feeling things fully This dynamic is based on experiences of having been overwhelmed by intense feelings when we were very young. To avoid the experience of overwhelm, we make the inner decision to resist feeling things fully. This dynamic is based on the illusion that if you … [Read more...]

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