Why is it desirable to develop your intuition? Your intuition is the means by which you receive information from that wise, infinite part of yourself that is beyond the domain of reason and logic. Without it you derive little to no sense of personal value from any actions or choices you make. Your intuition provides you with a omniscient account of your life and present and is the sense of your life that provides you with the greatest amount of certainty about your future.
There are many reasons why developing your intuition is desirable, many people believe that the lack of intuition is the result of having been let down by a god or being, perhaps a spouse, or a parent, however, “it is not the will of God that should depart from us.” (Hebrews 13:8, KJV). While these words may provide comfort to believe in a higher power, the real reason to develop your intuition is due to the influence of the Holy Spirit in your life.
Having the ability to receive information or guidance through your intuition may not produce 100% accuracy all the time, but the information is magnified many times over during the process called transformation and is equally applicable to both believers and non-believers. Those who are seeking to develop their intuition are well served by using their internal and external guidance systems, being steadfast in one discipline or the other, to assist them to accurately grasp what is being said to them.
assimilating the meaning behind those kind of words, as well as the process behind it, is what actually transforms what has been said to you over time, and serves as the means by which the Holy Spirit serves as the conduit to transfer the inspired messages and guidance for improved thought.
An active Spirit-filled life is not a formula for success, but simply living the will of God, will always lead to peace and significance and a life that is meaningful on every level.
Does your life begin with a few simple steps? Does your success depend on some pre-applied creed or dogma? Why not embrace the assimilation of the non-dogmatic, but open-minded, simple steps of your intuitive guidance, and find out what God has to say about how you can benefit from the same methods that he has applied to others. Even if your goal is the same as the goal of another, approach it in a way that is uniquely appropriate for you that will lead to your greatest success.
“You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in You, all those who always do good to all they are told by You.” (Philippians 4:6, AMP)
Discover what God has to say about how each of us can personally use the methods of the Holy Spirit, consistent with our unique personalities and life experiences. Let nobody deny the power of a pertinent, inspired living relationship with an authentically divine and powerful Higher Power.
Discover how to live more successfully, how to live a moreudeiving life in the midst of difficult circumstances, and how to learn how to be victorious in the struggles of life by applying the truths discovered on this journey.
We can remember, the Biblical account of the Pandora’s Box, where the biblical philosopher and teacher, Hermes Trismegistus, discovered the answers to such enduring questions as, what is right and what is wrong, and the story of how he was compelled by his deepest feelings to develop the doctrine of the Egyptian gods of Heliocentes. applies to us as individuals, empowering us to find answers to the “greater good” and discover a deeper sense of meaning in our lives by our obedience to God and His ways.
Your Faith is Powerful. “I firmly believed the Lord with my heart, and with the zeal of my mind; I am not reviling the faith of my fathers; but I have kept my hope with my mouth.” (Acts 17:11, KJV)
The Thessalonians learned the value of faith by experiencing a shadow of a better reality, the least of which was the way death was regarded in ordinary everyday life. Yet they also learned to appreciate its deeper value, the fact that nothing is constant, that the true source of strength no matter what one encounters on the road to life, is the indwelling presence of God through the indwelling Holy Spirit, our Helper. (Hebrews 3:1-2)
No one is perfect. We will always seek to do better, often reflecting that new beginning, growing and maturing as we take life as a cause for joy and growth and celebrate what God has brought us along to learn and see and to experience.
I recall one simple thought that has led to a greater understanding. “That I may see how much we are waiting for Him.”