• Intuitive Problem Solving

    “What am I to do?” Do you have a tendency to feel stressed as you think about all the possibilities? Once you finally made a decision, do you then wonder if you made the right choice?

    If you are like me, you weigh everything, see both sides, and find it difficult to make decisions. For my sanity and reduction of stress that causes dis-ease, I fortunately discovered a better way. I call it Intuitive Problem Solving.

    Everyone is intuitive and has the ability to tap into this 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year round (even on holidays) free consultation.

    Intuition is the wise part of us that has all of our answers. How convenient it is to innately have this valuable resource.
    Creativity is one way we tap into our intuition. To solve a problem, you can first write it down as a question, and then “brainstorm” all the answers that come to you without thinking. Sometimes the funniest, strangest creative ideas turn out to be the most brilliant solutions.
    For example, if you feel tired or overwhelmed, your issue may be that you are working too much. The question can be, “How can I balance my life?” Some answers may be to play on Saturdays, plan a vacation every 3 months, or hire help. After you have written down all of your options, cross off the ones that you do not choose to do. Then take the necessary actions to carry out your solutions.

    The following are four other ways to connect with this “wise service”. Everyone has at least one dominant method and a secondary one. See if you can identify your natural strength of your sixth sense.
    If you are clairvoyant, you are visual or “see” things or people with your minds eye. Clairaudient means that you hear things that are not on the physical plane. You are clairsentient if you have a gut feeling of something being appropriate or not. Finally, you are Telepathic if you have a knowing of something.

    No matter which mode you have of receiving your intuitive messages, they are all equally valid. Your intuition offers you very important information. There are many stories of people’s lives being saved, as well as problems prevented or solved because they listened to and acted on their intuition.

    If it is so valuable, why do so many people disown this part of them? Our society mainly values our thinking minds–left part of the brain–and requires physical, logical proof. Intuition is in the right part of the brain and is metaphysical—beyond the physical. Like feelings, it is not based on logic. Therefore, it can be more difficult to accept. However, that does not mean that it is any less valuable.

    In fact, intuition is wiser than the mind. That is because the mind only knows what it learned and bases information on the basic five senses. Wisdom comes from beyond thoughts and physical perceptions. You can give people information, but you cannot teach wisdom which comes from an inner source– your intuition.

    You can learn how to listen to your inner messages and tap into your wisdom. There are many ways to do that. However, they have some common guidelines.

    The first important process is to overcome any fears you have of the situation. For example, if you want to purchase a house you may be concerned that it is the only house you will be happy in. You can let go of that limiting belief by saying, “I release the fear that this is the only right house for me.” Follow that with, ”I trust that if this house is right for me, I will be able to purchase it. Otherwise there will be another one which is better for me.”

    Then it is helpful to let go of any attachments your mind or emotions may have to the house by saying, “I am not attached to the answer. I know and trust that the perfect house is available to me at the perfect time.”

    The next step is to close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Then tap into your intuitive messages by asking, “Is it for my highest good to purchase this house now?” Once you receive your answer, have the courage to act on it.

    I personally often wait until the morning when I first awaken to check in with my intuition. That is because my logical mind has not “kicked in” yet as I am still in that semi-conscious state.

    If I need to make an important decision, I will check in with my intuition for a few days. If I am facing a crucial issue, I am likely to contact an intuitive friend who has no emotional charge on the issue for a more objective answer. It is even fun to get a few intuitive opinions to see what happens.

    Another way I connect with my inner wisdom is through kinesiology– muscle testing. The general rule here is that a strong muscle means, “yes” and a weak one means “no”. For example, you can have someone try to push your outstretched arm down as you say a question out loud.

    Finally, I pay attention to the center of my chest as I ask my question. If my chest feels tight, I know that it is a negative answer. An expansion tells me “yes”.

    The more you practice listening to your intuition, the easier it becomes. Have fun with it. For example, when I awaken in the morning, I guess what time it is before I open my eyes. When the telephone rings, I sometimes tune in to my intuition to find out who is calling.

    I suggest that you value and trust your inner wisdom, no matter what other people say or do. Choose an easier way to resolve your problems—your intuition.

    ©2003 Helene Rothschild

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