Do you know that the world’s most untapped natural resource is intuition?
Everyone has intuition; it is available in every being but unused in almost every being. The irony is – it is available very easily, but we seem to have lost this ability to tap into this natural resource because we have become too complex. Intuition is just like the smell of perfume, it disappears if we carry unconscious fear and greed. Our complex mind thrives on fear and greed. With fear or greed, they make our life juicy and give us something to do or worry about!
It is the wrong idea we carry about intuition which stops us from experiencing intuition. Normally we do not trust ourselves because since young we are taught by society not to believe in ourselves. Some people also think that having intuition is a kind of curse or suffering because it awakens one’s fear. This is true if one does not have the energy and intelligence to digest and handle the intuitive power.
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How can taking responsibility be a cure for all diseases?
For a logical mind, this is too much of a claim!
As a spiritual healer, I was feeling too ecstatic for the whole humanity the moment this revelation was gifted last month by Paramahamsa Nithyananda, a living incarnation. This is a huge vote of confidence given to me and also the spiritual healing community where we believe expansion in life is the permanent solution.
The unfortunate thing is human beings are not interested in permanent solution because it requires a new shift in cognition and transformation. Most people are merely looking for quick-fix or consolation-type of solutions which do not solve the root of their problems.
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Many people around me have been shocked or disapproved of my new liquid diet since I returned from last December spiritual retreat, especially they saw me losing almost 10 kg since June 2012. Of course, the normal logical mind will not be able to fathom how one can live without consuming any solid food as a lifestyle, let alone thinking of new possibilities!
I was reminded of a story by my master, a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda about the evolution from monkey to Homo Sapiens. It was about an expansion that happened when a few monkeys tried to become man and started to attempt walking straight on two legs.
When the first group of monkeys tried this new possibility, all other monkeys would have said “No, it cannot be done!” Naturally all the other monkeys would have asked “Aye, what is the use of walking straight? What is wrong with being a monkey? Why are you unnecessarily struggling instead of enjoying?”
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