Divine Intuition: Your Personal Guide to Your Best Life
Intuition comes in many forms. It communicates in different ways to each of us. Following are some of the ways intuition makes itself known.
Excerpted with permission of the publisher, Jossey-Bass, a Wiley imprint.
Divine Intuition: Your Inner Guide to Purpose, Peace, and Prosperity,
by Lynn A. Robinson Copyright © 2013
What do you do if you’re facing a challenging time in your life and don’t know what path to take? Perhaps you are struggling over whether to embark on a new career, or wondering how you can be a better parent to your difficult child, or contemplating a move to another part of the world. Whatever difficulties you encounter, know that there are answers within you.
Indian spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi wrote, “God speaks to us every day only we don’t know how to listen.” Author Mona Lisa Schultz seems to agree with Gandhi when she writes, “"The Divine consciousness speaks to our human consciousness, offering us quick, keen insights into the problems of everyday life and suggesting potential solutions through the language of intuition – the language of the soul."
How each of us listens and receives wisdom may be very different, because there is a Spirit, a Higher Power, an Inner Guide, The Universe, God, which is guiding us. It doesn’t matter what you call it or how you access it, your intuition touches the wisdom of All-That-Is and leads you to what you are here to learn and accomplish.
As you listen for guidance on a daily basis you’ll find yourself being given one step at a time. Your intuition will never give you more than you can handle. The answer may come through an inspired idea, an image that pops into your mind, or a sudden insight that offers a new and creative direction for you to pursue. When you consistently look within, asking “What is the right course of action?” or “What path should I take?” you’ll be rewarded with wise, divine guidance.
Your inner wisdom may direct you in other ways, too. You may feel guided to share your issue or concern with friends and family who might give helpful feedback about your choices and options. You may find books to read on the subject of your dilemma. Or you may tune in at just the right time to hear a podcast, radio show (or online spiritual magazine!) that’s focused on your concern. And though other people can help, only you will know when your heart resonates with a “Yes, this is right!” answer.
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