Losing your intuition

May 3, 2007

Our intuition is important because we need it in order to handle our lives successfully. The more we are in touch with our intuitive mind, the more we improve our ability to make the right decisions in life, to solve problems, to find and discover great possibilities, to create well-being and happiness, and much more.

Intuition will sometimes come as a distinct feeling that warns us away from situations that just don’t “feel” right. For example, danger – many people have described how an intuitive “feeling” has saved them from tragic accidents. And much more.

Why have most of us lose this precious spiritual gift?

Our society stresses much on rational thinking applicable to our lives and solving our problems. Children possess great intuition but as they go up and going through different stages of education, there is a gradual loss of confidence in our intuitive abilities and use them less and less the older we get, until finally, we’re all but completely cut off from them. Another main reason is that, we are faced with a lot of stress and fears in our life to the extent such that we even sacrifice our intuition through this inner fear.

Therefore, to rekindle that lost intuition, you need to remove that fear, meditate, do relaxation exercises like take walks in nature – or perhaps take a long warm bath. Also pay attention to your dreams and try to remember them and see if you can discover something new about yourself.


2 Responses to “Losing your intuition”

  1. […] level in this world that is emphasizing more about materialism and rational reasoning. Our intuition level could be […]

  2. Melvin Goldstein Says:

    Question: question 12 in “Thinking Physics” – page 259
    Inside a warm damp cave completely sealed off from the outside world could life flourish indefinitely?

    Answer: No life forms could flourish indefinitely. In an isolated system, entropy always increases. Life tries to push entropy in the opposite direction. When life is created, entropy decreases in the cave but nature demands a greater entropy increase offset. The cave, being sealed, would mean that entropy would reach its max, thus energy necessary to sustain and generate new life would be unavailable. Maybe we should learn a lesson from this. Available energy is mandatory. Wealth may equate to available energy. If you want to live in a nation that is prospering make sure that its available energy supply is abundant.

    Entropy is one of “Physics Foibles”

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