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Thursday, March 12, 2015

There is a voice that doesn't use words...LISTEN!

Our world is so busy and hectic that we hardly ever have any personal quiet time anymore. There always seems to be people around, telephones ringing or texts coming in, music blasting, or televisions and computers distracting us. 
With all of this going on, it is hard to find time to just be quiet and listen to that small quiet voice inside us.
That voice is very important. It is this voice that gives us direction and insight into things that we can't perceive will our physical senses. 
This voice is your intuition and you have to practice listening to it in order to be able to hear it and use it when you need it.
Your intuition will never let you down, but you must be quiet enough to hear it and listen to it. And it takes practice. 
Start making it a daily practice to find some quiet moments where you are alone with your thoughts, and you will find that your intuition will start to guide you. 
But this is a small quiet voice; it does not yell over other things. It is up to you to get quiet and listen. 

When you do, you will find it invaluable. 

Perceive that which cannot be seen by the eye. The more you learn to listen to your intuition, the more that you will be able to do things which are not overtly obvious to you. An aware, sharp mind and a developed intuition are the two most important factors in good self-defense, but are the two that are most often overlooked.

So many people wander around half asleep, in a semi-hypnotic state. Others walk around with their head down, staring at their newest text. 
This is a dangerous way to walk the streets.

Stay focused and sharp. 
Learn to listen to your intuition. 

This means that you can't be walking around distracted all the time. Be alert and aware of your surroundings. 
Watch what is going on and think about what you are seeing. Discipline yourself to perceive that which cannot be seen by the eye, as well as to keep your eyes opened to what is happening in your environment.