Are you following your intuition? Sometimes we find that people end up following their fears and thinking its their “guidance” or being intuitive.
Our long-time driving force is living a soul-inspired life. We seek to align consciously with infinite intelligence as much as possible each day.
We attribute our success to “keeping the faith” in this approach. Living a wonderful life in a beautiful area and house, doing what we love (training and publishing), networking and helping others has been a true blessing.
Yet we’ve definitely had our share of setbacks along the way as we continued taking “leaps of faith.” It does take some perseverance and staying the course.
HERE’S THE CONFUSION
From what we’ve learned, we teach people to follow their deeper wisdom and hunches. Being receptive to your intuition is the internal feminine part of your being.
The gap can come in following your guidance, the masculine/doing action part of yourself.
The challenge may go something like this…
I have this calling to be a healer/coach/networker/ start a business or whatever is inspiring. But when it comes to taking action (training, investing, marketing), obstacles naturally arise.
A common reaction then is, “Maybe it’s not for me”; “I’ll do it later”; or “My intuition is telling me not to go ahead because of this resistance.”
There may be some truth in any of these responses. It’s likely, however, that your fears and doubts are clouding your guidance. Instead of following your hunches, then negative self-talk prevails: “What if it fails?” “I probably can’t do it anyway.”
RISING TO THE CREATIVE PLANE
When you do rise from the competitive to the creative plane, as Wallace Wattles described, things look differently. You are then divinely guided. You access what physicists call the nonlocal mind, which transcends time and space.
You see your possibilities and what you can accomplish — how you can help yourself and others. Fear does become a legitimate warning system at appropriate times. If you are climbing a mountain and the path is slippery, you take extra caution.
If you are starting a new venture (say, a new training or business ), you may need extra effort and patience to succeed. The idea is to bring heaven down to earth, to integrate the creative plane into your daily life.
Challenges and stress naturally occur. Overcoming obstacles and rising to the occasion then is part of the journey to a greater life. That’s how you make progress.
In other words, having challenges when acting on your guidance doesn’t mean that your original insight was wrong. It often means that you are being tested. Following through on your hunches builds character and fulfills your deeper purpose.
USING INTUITION TO SUCCEED
Many of us can get lost in our internal world and feel separate. We can be fearful of offending others, too.
Once you actually follow your guidance, however, you add value to yourself. You add value to yourself by
~ enlisting support
~ and taking specific actions.
Then you truly are able to help others, rather than getting stuck for fear of criticism or making a mistake.
Following your guidance and intuition is a journey. We all have times of getting off track, and maybe even fooling ourselves by blaming others and outside circumstances.
Forgive yourself. Then decide to move forward… starting today.
The goal is to keep spiraling up — from stepping out of the crowd, to embracing yourself, to more fully expressing yourself.
YOUR NEXT STEP
So what is your next step in following your intuition? It may be just finishing a small task. Or perhaps talking to someone you’ve avoided. Doing the small things makes it easier to do the big things.
To be sure, following your guidance doesn’t mean there are no challenges or glitches. You still need to prepare and do your homework.
Of course, doubts and fears will arise. Following though sometimes means feeling the fear and doing it anyway.
Let yourself be courageous. You can do it!
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Two of the most powerful words in the world are “I am.” What do you attach to those words…?
Is your use of those words creating a life you love, or keeping you stuck in something that might be okay, but not quite all you’d like it to be…?
In this special call replay link, we (Phillip and Jane Mountrose) interviewed Brad Yates, who eloquently discussed and tapped about how to make positive changes in how you use those words.
Whether you want to make changes in your relationships, or in your career, or with your physical health… as you’ve no doubt heard it said many times before…
If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten.
Unless you are perfectly satisfied with the results you are already getting, you need to do different things – or, in some cases, do things differently. But let’s face it, trying to change what you do without changing how you see yourself is difficult, if not impossible.
You will never outperform your self-image. So… it’s time to see yourself as someone who can achieve success!
If you are ready to start living the life you really want (or are at least willing to be ready…) listen for free to this
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“Brad Yates is a master teacher. He is a warm, loving, powerful, effective, transformative force for good. I totally endorse his work.” –Jack Canfield
Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, surveyed about 16,000 people about success.
Here’s what he found: only about 5% of people were successful, meaning they enjoyed their work, were prosperous and had an ongoing feeling of fulfillment. They were creators.
Creators don’t view themselves as victims, and act accordingly — as persons who craft their own lives.
Here are 5 key steps to create success so you can become a conscious creator:[list style=”arrowred”]
Your “why” can be a big picture, a larger vision of your life. For us, we envision creating a more caring, prosperous and collaborative world. Without a dream, how can you have your dream come true, as the song goes. Writing it down will cement it and speed up the process. Be as specific as you can when you write it down. Most people lack this fundamental part of being a creator, so this should be a top priority.
Napoleon Hill cites successful people as those who focus daily on want they want to achieve — a project, an income, a business, better health or relationships. Be sure when you “think” about the goal, you feel good. In other words, you expect it to happen, even if you don’t know how (which is often the case).
If your aim is too big, shrink it so it’s achievable. And when you think about your aim you get excited. You know it’s going to happen.
Think about this aim as often as possible.
Use your mind to seek the resources you need. If an unexpected expense came up, are you reacting or responding? Just being pro-active will often help you be ready for the unexpected as much as you can.
In short, take charge of your life. If it is to be, it’s up to me. Remember you are a creator, not a victim.
In our lives, for many years we were looking for a social network of like-minded people (a dream). Even though we sometimes felt alone in the wilderness, we followed our intent to find an uplifting group (chief aim), trusting it would somehow happen.
When a group of people turned out to not be the right fit for us, we keep on seeking (proactive). We appreciated the group, even if it wasn’t what we were looking for (learn from setbacks). And we persisted.
Now we have found a wonderful network of people, one that supports people in accomplishing their dreams and goals. This group has actually exceeded our expectations.[contentbox width=”400″ borderwidth=”1″ borderstyle=”dotted” bordercolor=”940C1E” dropshadow=”0″ backgroundcolor=”F5F5F5″ radius=”2″]
You can create success and experience conscious creation.
We outlined 5 key to-do’s in this article on becoming a creator. Here are a few don’t’s:
* don’t be average
* don’t compare yourself to others – be yourself
* don’t live our others’ dreams; follow your own
* don’t settle – you do deserve better
* don’t give up on having a greater life, ever
You are so worth it. Here’s to you, fellow creator![/contentbox]
Here are 5 easy ways to get off to a fresh start:
1. Affirm to have a great day.
You can affirm to have a great day… today! You will have a better day, each and every day you affirm it, even if what happens surprises you. Remember that things that happen to us are usually things we believe will happen to us. Claim your right to enjoy today.
Affirm, “Wonderful things are happening today!”
2. Be spontaneous.
Break those old patterns. Try something new. Taste a different food. Travel a scenic route. Read a book you ordinarily wouldn’t.
Give for the sake of giving. Be happy for no particular reason. Beware though: this spontaneous behavior may lead to moments of bliss.
3. Say hello to strangers.
A caveat here: greet those who appear receptive. Smiling at everyone else is usually harmless. Spark a conversation with the cashier who has a smile on her face (or who is willing to smile). Say hello to the person at the coffee shop that appears friendly.
A good question we like to ask is, “What has been the highlight of your day?” If the person draws a blank, then suggest that the highlight is coming soon.
4. Value those you love.
Familiarity might not breed contempt. But it can lead to lifeless patterns for those who are actually dearest to us.
Tell those close to you how much you appreciate and love them regularly. Notice and openly appreciate the little things and they’ll multiply. Remember that time is short and they won’t always be there.
After all, they make your life shine so why not add a sparkle to theirs?
5. Find the good in others.
“Be hearty in approbation and lavish in praise,” Charles Schwab once revealed as a secret to his success.
Look for something to sincerely admire in others. Everyone has gifts and talents. Yet all of us are rarely acknowledged. Become an ardent acknowledger. Good things come to everyone that way.
[contentbox width=”450″ borderwidth=”1″ borderstyle=”ridge” bordercolor=”060F8F” dropshadow=”3″ backgroundcolor=”F5F5F5″ radius=”0″]Implement any or all of these suggestions, and we think you will have an extraordinary year![/contentbox]
Reinhold Niebuhr’s “The Serenity Prayer” can help comfort us in tragedies like the Japanese tsunami and radiation exposure:
God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;
courage to change the things I can;
and wisdom to know the difference.
What are some affirmations you would suggest to help out with anxiety about radiation effects from Japan?
Phillip Mountrose, the “Holistic Dr. Phil” and the creator with his wife Jane Mountrose of some of the most popular books and media on EFT, shares the beauty of Nojoqui Falls, California with you and how to use it for de-stressing and well-being.
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Are you ready to learn a powerful, elegant healing tool, one that can strengthen your inner knowing as well?
Like EFT, Spiritual Kinesiology (SK) is an easy-to-use, effective healing tool. We developed it in the 1990’s. SK uses muscle-testing, reframing and anchoring. It can also be used as a complement to EFT as well and other modalities.
In this short video, Phillip demonstrates the reframing and anchoring part of Spiritual Kinesiology. This approach not only delivers powerful results, often quickly and easily. It also helps you develop a stronger connection with your inner guidance.
For more on studying Spiritual Kinesiology click here.
What are your thoughts or experiences with Spiritual Kinesiology and reframing and anchoring?