Imagine a situation where you suddenly find yourself reacting without conscious thought or effort. For instance, you decide to take an alternate route home from work. Later, you discover you avoided a ten-car pile up, which could have left you stranded in traffic. Or, jokingly you ask a friend if he has been promoted to vice president of the bank yet. A week later he phones you to tell you about his new position was vice president. Many of us don’t know how to tap into our intuitive abilities, primarily because we are members of a society that has been taught to use only fact and logic for decision-making.
This of course is changing.
Corporations, in fact, are teaching executives to “pay attention” to those “intuitive” flashes.One executive describes, “I had been meditating regularly and believed it was the perfect time to request a promotion. When I approached my manager with the idea he had just promoted someone else within the company. I was puzzled, because I was so confident I would get the promotion.
Well, 30 days later, I did receive a promotion. The first person promoted had unexpectedly resigned from the company.”With practice, your intuitive abilities will become more natural, and you will be able to differentiate between wishful thinking and authentic intuitive impressions. At times, intuitive information may manifest as a vague or hazy sensation. At other times, it may hit you over the head.
Intuition, like psychic ability, works with information we are not aware of on a conscious level.