MKE 2018, Week 17 – Quality of Thought

22. If you concentrate on some matter of importance, the intuitive power will be set in operation, and help will come in the nature of information which will lead to success.
23. Intuition arrives at conclusions without the aid of experience or memory. Intuition often solves problems that are beyond the grasp of the reasoning power. Intuition often comes with a suddenness that is startling; it reveals the truth for which we are searching, so directly that it seems to come from a higher power. Intuition can be cultivated and developed; in order to do this it must be recognized and appreciated; if the intuitive visitor is given a royal welcome when he comes, he will come again; the more cordial the welcome the more frequent his visits will become, but if he is ignored or neglected he will make his visits few and far apart.
24. Intuition usually comes in the Silence; great minds seek solitude frequently; it is here that all the larger problems of life are worked out. For this reason every businessman who can afford it has a private office, where he will not be disturbed; if you cannot afford a private office you can at least find somewhere, where you can be alone a few minutes each day, to train the thought along lines which will enable you to develop that invincible power which is necessary to achieve.

Charles Haanel, ‘The Master Key System’, Part XVII

In Part XVII Haanel talks about the importance of spending time with ourselves in silence and actively listening to that voice inside for that connection to deepen and make it possible to tap into the unlimited resource that s our intuition.

How many times haven’t we all ignored that little guiding voice until it stopped nudging us, all because we were so eager to follow our logical conclusion in a matter, instead of listening to intuitive wisdom.
I, on my part, had that down so well that reconnecting with my inner voice took a lot of effort and repetition, and caused quite a lot of frustration along the way.

Just imagine that I was meditating very regularly in my late teens and then lost the habit for reasons I don’t even recall today.
It’s hard not to imagine what life would have looked like today if the habit had been kept up…
Anyway, the important this is to schedule the time with ourselves and do it on a daily basis to get into the habit of listening to that inner voice. And over time it grows stronger and stronger until we can even pick it up effortlessly, sometimes almost accidentally, in our everyday lives!

What’s Your experience here? Please share Your thoughts!

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