Not all of us are satisfied with our life. We want to improve our situation, but often do not know how and what to do for this.
Often we think that someone else will give us a clue how to act in certain situations.
We watch TV, ask friends.
There is a problem, and we go to friends,Tell, ask for advice or act in accordance with the stereotypes that exist in society. It often happens that from a similar solution of problems the result for some reason is not at all what we would like to get.
And there are situations when we ourselves simply receive a saving thought or idea.
We call that source intuition.
Our deep "I", as his psychologists call it,Is a source of intuitive tips that give us additional information in every concrete life event that we need in order to understand ourselves and solve our problems.
It turns out that we have a magnificent"Helper" in ourselves, to which we somehow do not listen. After all, no one knows our own problems better than ourselves. And we can solve them only ourselves. At best, if you tell someone about your problems, then this person will start giving advice from his point of view, having his own experience, perhaps not even connected with ours.
Unfortunately, we rarely listen to ourAn intuitive source. The conflict begins with the fact of non-recognition, the rejection of the existence in us of such a part. Intuitive clues go, but we do not want to admit them, we are afraid to follow them, we act "as always", we do what books or smart people say.
The question immediately arises, how can one distinguish intuitive clues from random thoughts?
There is no universal mechanism for recognizing theseTips. For each person this mechanism is purely individual. To learn how to distinguish intuitive tips, for starters it is important to simply know that this mechanism exists in us and that it works. And, of course, it comes with experience. You need your experience, your mistakes, your findings.
Think of a situation where before youThere was a choice. At such moments, we always have different thoughts, feelings and tips, like what we need to do. Relatively speaking, at first I wanted to do so, then somehow, and then the thought came ...
Among all this chaos there is an intuitive clue. It is not easy to single out it at once.
And now let's move to the time when youAlready made a choice, committed an act, and it became obvious whether you made a mistake or not. And if now you remember those feelings that you had when you made the decision, then you will remember that the correct clue was.
And if the decision was made incorrectly, thenJust analyze why this clue was not taken into account. Did not you have faith in yourself? Stirred fear? Maybe something else? Such an analysis very helps to correctly identify an intuitive clue in the future.
Remember when you correctly usedIntuitive prompt. What feelings did you have? Recollect, what was this clue, how did it come, what kind of feeling accompanied it? By these indirect signs, you can learn to recognize intuitive prompts.
Here everything is very individual and, unfortunately, the general algorithm as a sequence of actions simply does not exist.
How ready are you to watch yourFeelings and do not reject any information that you have, no matter how unexpected it may be (intuitive prompts are often paradoxical), so is the probability that the true clue will be easier for you to recognize and you will make the right decisions.