“Intuition and wisdom more accessible with a mind cleared by Network Spinal Analysis!”
An interesting article about GTD that gave meaning to what I was already intuitively doing.
I make lists. A lot. Making a list gives me the chance to organize and prioritize my life. At times, I can be a little *ahem* too extreme in my desire to be organized…but my lists benefit me for the most part.
More importantly, writing down my to-do’s in one place helps me empty my thoughts and live in the present moment.
The article that I posted above features B.J. Palmer’s method of innate thought flashes, or ITFs. ITFs are essentially our intuition speaking to us, free of the thinking brain.
The head needs to be clutter free in order for intuition to shine through!
We can more easily and successfully tap into the source of all creation and inspiration with a clear mind.
David Allen, developer of a similar method called Getting Things Done (GTD), states that “when our brain learns to listen to our intuition, we can respond to life’s challenges fluidly and with a mind like water.”
In Dr. Sue Morter’s Ted Talk on creativity (which is brilliant btw), she reminds us we are “more creative than we think–more creative than we can think.” Albert Einstein’s brilliance came through to him not in the face of thought and frustration, but rather when he let it all go…
Steve Jobs also took notice of the power of intuitive sensations–“Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. Somehow it already knows what you want to become.”