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Introduction: Turning On The Equipment
For many years I went to psychics, channels, and intuitives as they are now also called, to get a handle on things. Sometimes I was feeling stuck and needed answers, and sometimes I just wanted to hear I was going to be OK. I admired the special abilities of my advisors, and leaned on them for advice and assistance. But my mistake was in assuming I could never have access to the information they did. By doing so I left my own potential for insight undeveloped.
One day I went to someone who channels a group of beings she just calls “The Guys”, and the first thing The Guys told me was that I was psychic. I thought they either had me confused with someone else, or they said that to everyone. I wasn’t psychic, I went to psychics. But they kept insisting that I was psychic. Their exact words were, “It’s as if you have a whole room full of equipment, the best stuff available, and none of it is turned on”.
That got my attention, because I really do love equipment! And the idea that I could be psychic was tantalizing. Wouldn’t it be great to see what was going to happen ahead of time, always know the right decisions to make, and best of all, know things about other people that they themselves didn’t know? Why, that might make me quite popular, I fantasized. Hmm…
But I knew I couldn’t do those things. I had trouble remembering what happened yesterday, much less knowing what would happen tomorrow. Second-guessing my decisions was a way of life. And the only things I knew about other people was what they told me. And yet, I was willing to entertain the idea that perhaps it was as they said: I had the equipment, I just wasn’t using it. What if I had innate psychic ability, and only needed to find the “on” button? I decided to find out…
…and I ran into a brick wall. How do you learn to be psychic? Most psychics say they’ve always had their gift, or one day it just “happened to them”. When it comes to teaching someone else, they generally can’t, because they don’t know how they actually do what they do. It all comes quite naturally to them, and it’s hard to teach what one has never had to learn.
If I was going to solve the puzzle of how to become psychic, I’d have to find the pieces and put them together for myself.
So I dug in, and began learning things from lots of different sources. I talked to healers and psychics of various shapes and sizes, I read books, I listened to tapes by different teachers, and I tried the exercises they suggested. But the teachers seemed to assume I’d be able to just follow the instructions and have the kind of psychic experiences they had. If only! When I tried to “see” something, or receive information, I usually drew a blank. “What’s wrong with me,” I wondered.
But I kept working at it, and every now and then I’d get a glimmer--some indication that if I’d only keep at it long enough I could locate that equipment and get it working. And eventually that’s what happened. Little by little I came to understand that I do have the same equipment--and in fact everyone has more or less the same equipment--that great psychics have. The biggest difference is that great psychics don’t seem to have any impediments to using it. It’s the stuff in the way that keeps the rest of us from using our gifts, and the more I was able to identify that stuff and get it out of the way, and the more I practiced, the more intuitive I became.
At some point during all that exploration and practice it occurred to me that what I was learning was meant to be shared. And so I took my experience and developed this program to help you systematically get your own stuff out of the way, and get lots of practice using your intuition. If you do, you’ll discover that you are surprisingly intuitive. In other words, you’ll learn to locate your equipment, find the on button, and start using it!
What’s in the way of you being more intuitive?
Concerning the “stuff in the way”, it’s best that you know more about it now, so you’ll understand what you may be up against. Then, as you go through the program, you’ll have lots of opportunities to address these and other issues, with the advantage of knowing about them ahead of time. And so, without further ado, here are the top 10 reasons you may not already be as intuitive as you’d like. (You can overcome all of these, by the way.)
- The Intellect. The number one cause of lack of intuition is thinking, because you can’t think and be intuitive at the same time--it’s physically impossible. Thinking is by and large processing information we already have. Intuition is bringing in new information. The intellect, or the part that thinks, likes to pretend it knows everything, and unfortunately tends to hog the stage. Have you ever noticed that you often solve difficult problems after you stop thinking about them, and the answer just “comes to you”? Intuition! As soon as we stop thinking, the intuitive part of our mind can open up. As long as we keep thinking, it can’t. The intellect just loves thinking. Several of the following points are also part of the intellect’s game.
- Skepticism. In order to develop and use the intuition, you’ve got to embrace notions that our culture (the Western one) considers fanciful, dubious, ridiculous, or just plain stupid. Skepticism, one of the intellect’s favorite patterns, holds new ideas at arms length, instead of embracing them. It’s OK if you have some initial skepticism, but it has to be suspended long enough for you to access your intuition.
- Cynicism. Cynicism has the negative effect of skepticism multiplied, killing intuition before it even gets started. It’s Roundup to the intuition. Cynicism says “I know that won’t work for me, and I know it won’t work for you, and even if it did it wouldn’t be worth anything.” Our society seems to get more cynical by the day, producing a climate that’s not at all conducive to developing one’s intuition (or being happy, for that matter).
- Preoccupation With Success/Failure. You may have heard that psychics often have a harder time working when they are being tested or challenged by people trying to debunk their abilities. That’s because the part of our psyche that opens to receive intuitive input thrives in a relaxed state of being, and the stress of judgment and preoccupation with success/failure doesn’t help anyone relax. When you’re doing intuitive work, if you start wondering if you’re “doing well”, “being intuitive”, or getting the “right information”, you’ll shut down the intuitive flow every time.
- Fear of Feeling. Intuition is a feeling/sensing/inner-knowing process. Intuition begins with feelings, and being out of touch with your feelings can be a huge impediment to intuition. If you have a tendency to put off feeling about things, spend most of your time “in your head”, or do various other things to avoid being engaged with your feeling self, perhaps it’s time for a change. When you want to be more intuitive, feelings are your friend.
- Do Do Do. Most of us, men especially, have been culturally trained to disregard anything that doesn’t have to do with tangible accomplishment. This goes back a long way: “Why Og look tree? Tree can’t kill lion. Og fool. Ha ha ha Og!” (Thus ridiculed, Og feel stupid.) Even if you come from a family of dreamers and mystics, and you yourself are an artist, musician or professional clown, unless you were raised in a fallout shelter you did not escape the cultural message that you should be focusing on what reliably brings home the bacon. If you’re reading this, you’ve already either decided to ignore that message and do some inner exploration, or perhaps you believe the intuition will end up helping you be more productive. Either way fine.
- Being Too Smart. “Smart” people have a tendency to want to know how, why, and whether something will work, before they will try it. (This is especially so if they have not yet seen a lot of other people doing something. On the other hand, if they have seen a lot of other people doing something, they will generally stand in line to do it!) If I think there is a reason something won’t work, I won’t try it because I might look like a fool. And I hate risking looking like a fool--that’s just not something people should ever do. (See Og, above.) When doing intuitive work of any kind, you have to be willing to dive in and give it your best 100% effort. “Smart” people tend to hold back, and holding back for any reason will clamp down on your intuition. Fools rush in, and often make better intuitives.
- Weak Imagination. As we’ve already pointed out, in order to tune into psychic input, higher guidance, spirit beings, angels, and what have you, you’ve got to reach beyond your intellect. But without your intellect how can you translate what you intuit into something understandable? You have to bridge the gap between the “seen” and the “unseen” world, and your imagination is that bridge. The looser and freer your ability to imagine, the more easily your higher guidance can communicate with you. If you think daydreaming is a big time waster; feel you should always keep a TIGHT FOCUS; believe you’ve got to THINK to solve problems; well, your intuition is always going to be just out of reach. If on the other hand you’re comfortable dreaming, imagining, fantasizing, and generally making things up--or you’re willing to become comfortable doing so--you’ll be able to do a lot with your intuition.
- Self Doubt. Self-doubt is one thing everyone has to overcome in order to develop psychically. It tends to walk hand in hand with skepticism and cynicism, and usually takes the form of affirmations (negative ones) that go, “This won’t work for me”, “I can’t do that”, and “I’m no good at this”. The part of your consciousness that needs to open up in order to be intuitive hears these affirmations, believes them, and closes down. Affirmations do work, even when we don’t want them to!
- Worry. Worry is one of the intellect’s favorite ways to try and control things. It’s a way of second-guessing everything you know in your gut, instead of trusting your intuition and letting things unfold naturally. Sometimes the most sensitive people are the ones who least trust themselves. Once these people gain self-confidence they can become the most intuitive of all.
So Is it worth It?
With so many challenges working against you, is it even worth trying to become more intuitive? Absolutely!
First off, there are the physical benefits:
- You’ll work more effectively with less effort. Whatever job you do, when you have your intuition engaged, the many small choices you make in the course of your work day will be better informed. You’ll be able to accomplish more by better knowing when to do what, and knowing how to proceed.
- You’ll have a better handle on your big choices. Major decisions and road forks require more of you than a list of pros and cons on either side. You need to tap deep into yourself to know what’s going to best fulfill you down the line. When you’re in the habit of using your intuition, that’s something that will come naturally.
- You’ll be able to better choose whom you spend time with, and get along with them more easily. Listening to your intuition about other people--whether they will ultimately support you or let you down--can make a big difference in choosing your friends and partners. And having an inner sense about what other people need from you comes in quite handy, to keep relationships going smoothly.
- You’ll become more creative, innovative, and inventive, no matter what your field, because utilizing your intuition will give a boost to your creativity.
- You’ll be able to solve problems that seem unsolvable, and accomplish things that seem out of reach to those who don’t have your intuitive ability.
But becoming more intuitive isn’t just about gaining an edge on material success. Even more important is the difference that can occur within you:
- Using your intuition means keeping the channels open within you, so you can get a continual feed of information about your own well-being. When you are capable of tuning in and experiencing your own feelings with accuracy on a deep level, you know yourself much more fully. That’s one of the conditions that allow you to really blossom and grow as an individual.
- Your intuition is your conscious connection to Spirit. Whatever your religious or spiritual orientation, your intuition can be a pathway to feeling, hearing, seeing and knowing your connection to God. When you are connected with your awareness, your spiritual practice can be all the more fulfilling and satisfying, all the more real. Intuition can give you the connection to spiritual input you deserve.
So yes, it’s definitely worth the effort to overcome the blocks and tendencies that limit your intuition. If you can reorganize yourself to dissolve, bypass, or fly over those impediments, you’ll find it fairly easy to tap into your natural intuitive abilities. In this program you’ll meet some of those impediments head on, and sneak quietly around others. With practice, patience, and firm intention you will get comfortable with your intuition equipment, and become an expert at using it.
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