Intuitive Resonating - Journaling Tool
Your intuition and higher senses are always communicating to you. The key is to heighten your awareness and listen.
“Wisdom means listening to the still, small voice, the whisper that can be easily lost in the whirlwind of busyness, expectations, and conventions of the world....” – Jean M. Blomquist
Too often, we get stuck in habitual thinking patterns and can’t think of new ideas or solutions. Too often there’s so much noise in our heads, bodies and environment that we do not hear or feel the subtle messages that aim to guide us one way or another. We may need to learn to tune into our intuition.
At our web site we offer a comprehensive collection of over 90 Intuitive Resource Lists on particular themes. They help us tap our intuition and spark our creativity. Using the Intuitive Resource Lists, we can be more aware of how solutions, ideas and triggers call out to us.
To use an Intuitive Resource List, quickly scan a list of items and see which ones ‘resonate’ with you. Be aware of any subtle sensations, feelings and thoughts that arise as you review each item in the list. This is an intuitive process of sensing what affects you. Over time, you may begin to notice the difference between positive and negative and status quo feelings as you scan the items. Especially notice feelings that come up that surprise you. Your subconscious may be bringing a new insight to your attention.
Once you have quickly scanned the list and marked items that resonate with you, then logically pick out the top 7 items and prioritise them. The key then is to reflect on the ideas and take action!
- Scan the Intuitive Resource List on life themes. Use the above process to note what resonates, then prioritise your top 7 themes. In your journal, write about one of them.
- Scan the Intuitive Resource List on defences. Use the above process to note what resonates then prioritise your top 7. In your journal, write about one of them.
- Scan the Intuitive Resource List on values and virtues. Use the above process to note what resonates then prioritise your top 7. In your journal, write about one of them.
“My teacher said to me, ‘The treasure house within you contains everything, and you are free to use it. You don't need to seek outside.” – Zen Master Dazhu
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