Finding the Genius of Your Own Inner Guidance

“You cannot solve a problem from the same consciousness that created it. You must learn to see the world anew.” – Albert Einstein

Relaxed woman with sunglasses How do you find your inner guidance? Is there such a thing? If so, how do you know you can trust it?

I’m going to be speaking with you about a different language: a language of soul. It is a language very different from the mentally articulate and problem-solving mind that we have become so habituated to in our culture today.

The language of soul is akin to what many call “intuition” or gut feeling. But it is much more than that too. The language of soul is our original language; it is a language of connection and perceptual relatedness. It is a language that we were all familiar with before we developed the verbal acuity of becoming individuated as an adult.

In our culture today, the language of soul is one that we have increasingly dismissed as inferior relative to a growing habitual fascination with the linear rational mind and it’s computer-like ability to dissect, identify, label and manage information.   Don’t get me wrong: the language of our rational thinking mind is a wonderful - and essential - tool to have in life. We couldn’t be were we are today (both good and bad) without it!

The language of mental thought is a great tool – in it’s right place! Problem is, we have completely confused its “right place.” We have placed our problem-solving mind in the driver’s seat as master of our lives, when in fact, it is meant to be the servant and tool that supports our true innate wisdom: the voice of our soul.

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The language of soul is where your true answers, wise guidance, and connection to life’s interconnectedness reside. This innate intelligence and language exists a priori to the rational mind; they are not even on the same dimension. This is why we have so much trouble when faced with matters of soul such as how to regain deep meaning, self-love, healing guidance and inner peace. These are matters that only the soul’s wise guidance can help us with. Yet we continue to make the mistake of trying to solve a soul problem from the thinking mind – a tool that is fundamentally unequipped and unable to guide in these domains.

The mind is equipped to timelines and tasks that require deconstructing or computation. It is great at mapping out strategies, organizing and remembering. This is its true function. The thinking mind is not able to truly comprehend nor solve any problem that is of soul – although it thinks that it can! …And this is just what keeps us suffering in confusion!

“You cannot solve a problem from the same consciousness that created it. You must learn to see the world anew.” – Albert Einstein 

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