Intuition is a wonder power to the human brain while at times it can also be a curse if attended wrong. The fine tuned mind is able to instantly recognize certain patterns, and then use intuition for purposes of survival or advantage.
In life, we’re constantly faced with various circumstances, and often, they can be baffling issues which demands immediate decision making. Animals in the wild are constantly faced with this, whether to fight or flight. What’s instantly decided is should they run away or become aggressive.
It’s intuition that triggers all emotions. Anger will generally make you aggressive, while fear will make you sweat, this on first instinct. The intuitive process decides mental and physical activity which will fit into the chosen course of action. This process also happens to be the biggest weakness of the brain.
Acting On Our Emotions
Each emotion that’s activated sets off a solution, whether it be fear, anger, or friendliness. Intuition focuses each drive by eliminating views which doesn’t fit into its compulsive focus.
For any situation, there are competing emotions which presents itself to the sane mind. What intuition does is it acts by selecting the most powerful emotion, which overrules all others. If it happens to be anger, then getting mad it is. Once the choice is made, then any opposing views are lost to consciousness.
Across various species in the animal kingdom, fear for most dictates the escape drive, which is safety. A deer, for instance, bounds away, a bird instantly takes flight, a dog begins to growl.
While the activities and reasons of fleeing differ, it’s more what drives the action that’s achieved by the objective which is escaping. Each drive is evaluated by previous experiences, the situation, and the environment.
Intuition And Our Daily Lives
Intuition which is driven by emotions, is usually the creative force that delivers answers. This hidden from view because intuition is what drives these constantly sought solutions.
While one issue is consciously evaluated, the subconscious drives continue to search for processes to solve other issues. This since fear, anger, or jealousy powers these searches, they’re often sought to achieve conflicting objectives.
These hidden emotions then troubles the mind, which creates distressing internal conflicts, confusion. This is the negative face of intuition, as it stands in the way when attempting to achieve peace of mind.
The Conflict Of Intuition
Conflicting viewpoints are always surging in the subconscious, so the solution is integrating them. In the harsh and unforgiving world that we live in, how could a multitude of these clashing drives be focused graciously. How can we still our mind.
Across the ages, there have been a multitude of solutions which have been offered to quiet the mind, but conflicts still persists. Meditation, chanting, running, breathing deeply, at times were all found to be beneficial. But doing these practices just treated the symptom, but didn’t solve the problem.
The long term solution is to quiet down the internal battles of these competing drives. All of our knowledge and experiences lives within us. These are the same drives which delivers the answers. Unique new insights and solutions then awaits to be discovered.
Know What Drives You
What “drive” provides are windows to the mind. It’s drive which helps you compile that shopping list. What drive did was it searched your memory and the current context to deliver, it then came up with the items which you need to buy.
By contextually searching the mind, this drive can be made to play a valuable and creative role. When one is particularly burdened with a problem, what drive does is it’ll list out the deepest concerns. With its sort facility, a list is then created which comprehends the turmoils.
So writing down points on a list can prove to be a calming process. This query to the mind helps to keep it still. Differing viewpoints are noted, and then these views would usually arrive in conspicuous sequence.
Each entry brings a viewpoint into consciousness, into the general view of isolated as well as competing drives. The most sensible of viewpoints would usually be eliminated from the view by say angry emotions.
Typically, it’s thought that dozens of odd random entries would empty the mind of every related issues or thought. Entering opposing viewpoints will usually bring balance. This inquiry process calms the background turmoil.
Labeling The List
A label is then entered for each item, which could be fear, opportunity, or unlikely, for instance. With all the aspects being considered, it becomes easier to label them.
Each label then fits into more entries. The picture then slowly clears, the fears surface, and the solutions emerge. The closing of one door will usually open another.
Those entries could fit into a variety of categories. Listing these ideas together brings clarity. They become groups of consistency, allied thoughts where you could take effective action.
Dissecting The List
Certain isolated drives can be forced into the open and balanced viewpoints as they emerge. When viewed together, labels are then placed on needless worries, while the less likely outcomes could be completely ignored.
The inevitable ones can be accepted, leaving you with actions that you could take. Opportunities can form the basis for developing future plans. Other threatening issues would have been acknowledged, accepted, or foreseen.
This listing process balances the mind while satisfying the hidden anxieties and conflicts, which lifts burdens. Anger, fear, love, and altruism then cooperates to search for the solutions which met all of the concerns of the mind.
Combine this with the power of intuition, then an integrated mind then can become the most creative force of thinking in the world.