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Is He/She Right For You? Your Intuition Knows

By Jalynn Venis, Transformational Coach

 

Are you dating someone new and wondering what your friends will think of him or her?  Do you tell close friends about this person’s eccentricities and behaviors to see how the judges rule?  Are your friends truly a good gauge of who should be in your life?

Friends are great for many things, but when it comes to making very personal decisions, it’s time you developed an underused ability called intuition.  That’s right, say hello to your intuitive self.

What does it mean to be intuitive?  Simply that you have other ways of gathering information than by working solely with your five basic physical senses to collect data through sight, sound, taste, touch and smell.  Scientists have identified more senses that we all possess, but intuition wasn’t acknowledged as a subtle sense until the latter part of the 20th century.  Today, intuitive studies are offered at some universities and highly specialized educational organizations.

Mona Lisa Schulz, a medical doctor and intuitive, defines the “sixth sense” of intuition as the “capacity to make a correct decision with insufficient information.”  Intuition is an innate sensory ability, but, as with any other ability, it must be developed to become a useful skill.

Albert Einstein, Time Magazine’s Person of the 20th Century, used his intuitive abilities to develop the theories and mathematical equations that radically changed our understanding of physics and the nature of the universe.  According to Einstein, “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant.  We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”  But Einstein never forgot the contribution that intuition made to his life.  “The really valuable thing,” he said, “is intuition.”

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14 - RobesWe all use our intuitive (sometimes called psychic) sense everyday, usually in unintentional ways.  Have you ever had a “gut feeling” about someone or something that later proved true?  Did you ever find yourself thinking about someone, only to run into that person in a store or get a phone call from that individual later in the day?  Perhaps you recall getting an answer to a problem through a dream or dreaming about something that later happened.

Intuitive hits like those mentioned above are just some of the common and natural ways our intuition informs us.  When you begin to regard yourself as intuitive and seek ways to activate your intuitive ability intentionally, wonderful things happen.  You find you have access to information and wisdom beyond your experience.  Your awareness of others grows.  You find yourself acting on the intuitive information you receive and flowing with events rather than resisting them.

There are many benefits to asking things of your intuition and acting on the information you receive.  You gain a sense of connection to everyone and everything.  You develop an expanded ability to process information and an increased sense of ease in dealing with the little twists and turns of life.  Living becomes less stressful and more joyful.

And, perhaps most importantly, you gain a finely tuned sense of whether someone is right for you.

 

Jalynn Venis is a writer, television producer, intuitive explorer, and the executive director of Date Camp.  She has coached individuals and company employees in personal development.  You can reach her at Jalynn@DateCamp.tv.

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