Hello world! For those of you who are new, welcome to the Luminstruct blog! I am currently working on a "365 Word Project" where everyday I will be posting a reflection on a word and today's word is "intuition".
So I will be perfectly honest with this topic, before I starting doing my normal "research" I really never paused for a second to consider the concept of intuition. It is literally that gut feeling you get when you know something feels right, wrong, or just should simply be done in a certain way. It is not really a skill set, it's just the way you feel. In many ways people link this with decisions of the heart instead of decisions of your mind. I think this is primarily because you can't explain it, it's not logical, it's only intern.
I've posted a TED talk below which really dives into the concert further. I never knew how observant my subconscious was in comparison to my normal state. A lot of it is based from becoming immersed into a certain setting and being able to sink or swim in that setting. In many ways that is the way I like to supervise in some aspects. It is super easy for you to give up and have me give you an idea for an October program, but you will never own the program and really take pride in it unless you come up with it on your own. The same can be said about learning afterward. When no one comes to your program because you had a single flier with not very eye-catching information on it, you will remember how to make it better for next time. You will be able to take a look at your next flier and immediately know through intuition that something is not right and it should have more color.
The mind is a very complicated component and we are still learning so much about it, but maybe we should back up for a second and just marvel at the wonder of our subconscious. Imagine what it would be like to have a sit-down conversation with your subconscious self, it would probably never shut up because it works 10 times faster than your normal self, but it would still be interesting to talk with them like they do in Inception. Think of all the knowledge you would gain from such an experience! When you type in "intuition" into Google, Einstein and Jobs are two of the primary people who pop up, maybe the true meaning of success is to be able to dive deep into that intuition and discover the meaning behind your subconscious. We may never know :) Goodnight all!
Question time: If you could ask your subconscious anything, what would you want to know?