Inspired by Logic or Intuition?
With each of us blessed to possess both virtues, we often feel our internal compass pulling in opposite directions.
Which mode takes lead in governing your actions?
True intuition is subtle and brief, the automatic messages that spring from the heart. They’re delivered in a flash that could be missed if you blinked; and for those without fear, could bring endless possibilities.
Divine guidance can be the best advice to heed. Psychic impulses are felt for a reason. The voices of our spirit guides are there to be heard, and without labelling anyone schizophrenic or daredevildude, would you be resolute and dare to ignore them?
Logic, on the other hand, comes through the thinking mind, with its internal monologue and niggling regulations. It never shuts-up. As it chatters away in the back of our minds, with its ‘Should I? Shouldn’t I?’ routine attached, we’re detained from our imaginings by a wall of ‘what if’s’, that strike with insufficient support.
The realist approach is called for quite often, and rightly. There are many situations that require clear thought. But every now and again, logic thickens with the static of paranoia, guilt and indecision - the catalyst that prevents us from experiencing our true destiny. Do we need to take stock of all the botched opportunities and wonder, too late, what once might have been?
Perhaps there is a way to combine the two, a synchronicity of heart and logic, resulting in the cream of rationale and quiet simplicity. The only regrets we have in life should come from the things we haven’t experienced. Now, to find that perfect balance. What exactly does lie between whimsy and restraint?
To intuition, or not to intuition – that is the question!