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Developing Intuitive Thinking for Making Effective Decisions

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We are living in a world of uncertainty and chaos. In such a situation, it can be a little difficult to make good decisions. When you have to make a difficult decision, one which has huge implications on your life, you may not always know what to do.

Intuitive decision making is a spiritual approach to the often difficult process of making decisions. It is an approach for which you have to get extensive training so that you can open up your cognitive senses. When you want to utilize your intuition, you have to work at a different plane of consciousness, for which you will need training.

When you talk about your “gut feeling,” it is in fact intuition that you are referring to. For this, you have to channel your subconscious and integrate it with your conscious intellectual decision making processes. You may have to switch on the cognitive sensors in your brain in order to tune yourself into the universe around you. Your cognitive sensors can store a lot of information in your subconscious when you train it to process and store information in this manner.

Those who are training to sharpen their cognitive sensors are encouraged to use their intuitive senses when they are making decisions. This is especially beneficial when you are taking some tough decisions which have far-reaching implications in your life. Your intuition could reveal some aspects of your situation which your ability to reason cannot. Over a period of time, you will feel more attuned to your intuition.

There have been a lot of controversies regarding the use of intuition as a legitimate method of making decisions. Since intuition cannot be quantified, measured, or researched, its use in making crucial decisions has been questioned. However, anecdotal evidence suggests that those who use their intuition to make crucial decisions are usually more satisfied with the outcomes of these decisions.

The term intuition itself comes from the Latin word “intuen,” meaning “delegated reasoning.” A lot of people are born with a sensitivity which makes them internally and inherently intuitive. On the other hand, those who are not generally intuitive can enhance their intuition with regular practice. Since a person’s intuitive powers are hidden within the spiritual shadows, it is possible that some people may not be able to find their intuition. In such a case, the person may feel that they are not intuitive at all, struggling to let their spiritual side help them make vital decisions.

For those who are inherently intuitive, the continuous flow of messages from the subconscious and the unconscious mind may be confusing and overwhelming. This can evoke emotions which the person has not experienced before, leading to further intensifying of the confusion. If the person is consciously paying special attention to their sixth sense and their intuition, they can use their intuitive mind powers to make crucial decisions.

It is important to understand that intuition is not something that can be learned. With conscious efforts, this power can be honed, but not learned. The more you listen to your intuition and use it, the more your intuition can help you during your times of need. As you continue to use your intuition, it will not only improve, but also become more apparent.

Initially, finding your intuition may be difficult for you; however this sense is self-developing and if you really have the intention of getting in touch with your sixth sense, you will find that the sixth sense will come to you on its own.

Spiritual energy runs through your whole body and if you can consciously channel this energy to the cognitive senses, it helps you enhance your motivation and your ability to make strong decisions and stick by them. You will also have increased faith in yourself and improved your self-confidence by using your intuition to make crucial decisions.

Our brain is the most important organ in the body and while it is the brain that gives us the power of rational and logical thinking, it is important to nurture the complex subconscious as well. Our subconscious feelings may not always be to our liking, but it is important to nurture them as they can elevate us to a spiritual plane which is ordinarily out of our reach.

The language of our subconscious is largely metaphorical and it helps guide us in a direction where we can make important decisions easily. Individuals who are not in touch with their internal selves may not be able to utilize their intuition at all. It is also important to understand that the manifestation of intuition, or sixth sense, can be different in different people. You may not be able to experience your sixth sense the way some others might.

Intuitive thinking and decision making may not always lead to successful results; however, it will help you through the passage so that you will be able to think as well as decide in a self-fulfilling manner. This means that you will not rush into a decision or make a decision willfully without having the convenience and luxury of thinking through and contemplating.

Basing your decisions on the external stimuli around you, instead of internal feelings and your personal experiences, can make your thinking as well as your decision making extremely unsatisfactory. Since humans are essentially survivalists, all the thoughts in their conscious minds have a survivalist undertone. This may mean that your thoughts are usually centered on preventing you from any kind of possible danger. Your intuitive thoughts, on the other hand, allow for something new and impactful to happen in your life.

This also allows outside forces to have minimal influence on your decision making as well as your thinking and interpretation. Your search for meaning and purpose will end if you begin to give in to intuitive thinking and listen to your subconscious.

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