Many may agree from experiences of everyday life, we are aware that we have intuition power—which can be realized as an immediate, but effortless vision, or sense, of what is real and true.
But we sometime experience errors in this so-called inner vision.
When we are choosing a direction, say, at the fork in the road, or deciding on a particular financial strategy, or how to save the marriage or resolve conflict in a love relationship, or a career change, or whatever it might be, are you trusting and tapping into the inner power of your subconscious mind?
Christopher Columbus had an intuition power that yearned to look westward, one of the strongest insights of all time.
He didn’t carry around with him the reasoning taught by the world of his era and culture, that the world might be flat.
Instead he obeyed his intuition power and an intent that refused to accept the world’s fearful belief, and he convinced the Queen of Spain to make a decision that allowed him to change history.
The confusion over a flat world ended in an instant.
Do you trust your intuition?
Whatever the decision is that we want to make, the inability or refusal to see the whole of it allows us to continue to think like the crowd.
If your decision is from your heart, but turns out to not be accurate, then it is not a loss at all because it is a right-minded error in perception.
But it is blessed with rightly intent, which is intuition power, that will quickly be used by the Holy Spirit—your inner divine Guide, for a lesson yet to come.
In my own case over the letters I was receiving in an Ohio prison from a woman in Croatia, as I discussed in previous articles, and who I’ve never met before, about joining a mindfulness meditation session for world peace, I was able to see my ego’s stance against my participation as having no logical outcome.
My ego’s conclusion was that it was an “idiotic idea,” against the Light of my intuition power, that I had bought into “from some lunatic” living in a foreign country.
A Course in Miracles states, “Light cannot enter darkness when a mind believes in darkness, and will not let it go.”
Process of creativity
But with God, there are no conclusions because His Will is continuous. Our own creations, if we must compare, are as close to a conclusion as we can fathom, but they carry on and never truly conclude.
God’s Thought—His Idea of you, established these creations in our minds right where they belong—in our mind rather than our body.
Your Identification with His Mind is what gives you the state of mind of who you truly are.
A Course in Miracles further teaches us that, “Joining with Him in seeing is the way in which you learn to share with Him the interpretation of perception that leads to knowledge.”
After all, the ego about you is not the real you.
Your ego-mind has no intuition power. It’s in your body that ego-based beliefs carry on and raise doubt in your mind.
To trusting the process of creativity,
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