The Time Warp of Intuition ~
A friend of mine used to say, “I’ll know what I’m doing when I’m doing it.” There is a time warp sort of experience when it comes to living and creating by your inner compass, your intuition, or whatever your favorite moniker is for that drive from within.
Life lived here, from this inner drive, is most often not happening in a linear, time sequenced fashion because it is not bound by time—allowing some things to happen instantly in one situation and take what seems like time in another. (Make sure to remain “unprogrammed”, allowing everything to happen instantly, without time limitations, and open to whatever time it takes.)
We can use order and time effectively –for sure—without being bound by its limitations. In fact, order in your affairs creates Flow. And Flow, by its nature can create order where there was none, though you have to be in a state of trust, and sometimes experience some chaos, to allow it.
And that’s where knowing what you’re doing when you’re doing it comes in. It will seem at times that you don’t know where you’re going, yet take a turn and find yourself “there.”
In another example, it will seem something was already in motion toward you before you intended it, because it was. The reticular formation of your brain can send signals even before you realize or formulate your desires in your conscious mind. As well as the fact that the universe is quantum so that your thoughts, feelings and focus can set something in motion, yet those thoughts have been pre-ceived setting form into motion. Mind bending, I know.
When you finally become aware, clear and directed in your conscious mind to formulate your intention, well, even more good stuff happens. The more coherent your brain and heart and entire energy system, then, the clearer your signals—both going out and receiving.
At other times, it will seem like what you’re attempting to achieve takes for-ev-er, like you’re grinding cement to get there. Turning that cement to water takes belief work, puzzle cracking, a lot of self-trust and inner pattern dismantling. Then, you’re there again, knowing what you’re doing when you’re doing it. You turn, and realize you’re turning. You act, and realize you’re taking action. You see and realize you know.
This is true whether you’re dealing with a heavy court settlement or calling in peaches for desert when the store seems to be out of them.
Knowing what you’re doing when you’re doing it goes something like this:
- You make an intention, find yourself acting on it because you’re in the flow and then what you need shows up—help, money, opportunity, etc..
- You wonder what to do next, pose the question in the Field, find yourself doing it, and then realize your clarity.
- You make a financial plan, its blown to smithereens and then the action that really moves the financial needle shows up (whether or not it makes sense to your logic.) It moves you out of your mental rut with money and you find yourself in love with it again.
It’s not that this way of life doesn’t have order or logic or stability. It does. But the order and rational may not make sense to you until you’re brave enough to just flow. And in hindsight, or in the middle of it all, you stand in awe with a stability that is as sure as the sun and compound interest.
One more example. Have you ever had the opportunity to watch a very adept blind person navigate their world? They cannot rely on their ability to see the physical, so they must feel it, hear it, and know it. Sort of reminds me of Al Pacino in the movie, Scent of a Woman.
Intuition has an artsy component like that. Like a passionate tango with life. It may feel at times like your driving blind. But by day or by night, you lead your life by the same inner light.
Here’s to more of you in the world ❤️
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