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Using Intuition and Support Triangles for Self-Improvement and Personal Development

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Q. Talk about wisdom (support) triangles.

A. In my creative life, I have always favored the idea of finding two other like-minded people and forming a support triangle –  a small community to bounce off of in the decision-making process.

Once you have created a Wisdom Triangle the next level of creativity will come from expanding it.

When three minds come together, a “synergy” arises a third, invisible, intangible force. As the Wisdom Triangle becomes a key aspect of your daily practice, you can conduct conference calls, tweet, e-mail, face-to-face video calls online, and other new and developing technologies to facilitate the process. Within the Monastery of the Social Network, you can create multiple Support Triangles. For instance, you can create one for business brainstorming, one for sexual issues, one for personal healing, and one for multi-cultural interaction. These support triangles can open you to an entirely new reality. By creating intellectual and social interaction with individuals of different beliefs, races, religions, sexual orientation, gender choice, and cultures, you will expand your worldview. This way of thinking will reduce the likelihood that you will unexpectedly accept racial or ethnic stereotypes in your life or allow them to germinate and spread through you onto others.

The most effective Support Triangles need to have a group guide or sage/leader and a compassionate and loving environment to share issues connected to your Practice. As a result of your work within your Support Network, it should become increasingly easy for you and the members of your triangle to experience miracles of abundance, love, freedom, and self-actualization. These miracles were always there but have become visible through the magnifying power of clear intention, spiritual focus, light, and love invoked through the daily work of Support Triangles. The personal example of a life lived in a right relationship with others is inspiring and infectious.

 

 

 

 

Connecting to the subconscious mind does not come through intellectual understanding. It is only by detaching from the illusion created through the conscious senses that one can create a new reality in the mind. This realization does not come about through wishing it so; it comes from applying the natural qualities of the mind in a new direction. One of the greatest natural qualities of the mind is repetition. Repetition is the key activity to overriding the thoughts stored in your subconscious. Repetition is also an important element for mastering the mind when it is applied to the act of meditation.

Through these practices, we become more aware of intuition. One of the strongest elements of the subconscious mind is the ability to sense or know something immediately and without reasoning, which we often call intuition. As you continue to practice inner wisdom, you will find that that you are constantly developing ever-greater sensitivity to what intuition communicates. Over time, you will increasingly learn to trust these messages; more often than not, this “intuitive information” doesn’t come in verbal or logical form. In fact, in the beginning, you will be unaware that you are developing this level of intuitive sensitivity.

 

“Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief, in denying them.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

As you learn to use your intuition, it is essential that you remove what is often called “Negative Self-Talk” from your internal conversation. “Limiting words”, including would, could, should, but, what if, try, and maybe, though not bad words, feed limited thinking and are of little value in helping the mind free itself from reactive thinking patterns. Focus on using “inquiry-oriented words” such as who, what, why, where, when, and how. In your private and public conversations, ask questions to bring you both the answers you need and the freedom that the right answers create.

 

The Takeaway

As you learn to use your intuition, it is essential that you do so within a framework of functional behavior and systematic critical thinking. An important way of putting this into action is the removal from your internal conversation of what is often called “Negative Self-Talk”. Negative Self-Talk Limiting words would include words such as “would, could, should, but, what if, try, and maybe”.

Author: Lewis Harrison is a Collaborative Futurist, Self Improvement Coach, Mentor to Corporate Executives and Philanthropic Organizations on Predictive analytics, Professional Problem-Solver, Game Theory/Strategist

 

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