Intuition – Day 24

The secret of fortune is joy in our hands. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Prompt: If you could picture your intuition as a person, what would he or she look like? If you sat down together for dinner, what is the first thing he or she would tell you? (Author: Susan Piver)


Who is She?

You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself. – Alan Alda

Magician. Mountain climber. Mystic or miracle worker. Teacher or preacher. I can’t quite describe the person I just met at dinner. All I know is her name is Intuition. She reminds me of someone I’ve met before with her quiet, unassuming demeanor. She appears to be a youthful free spirit, but her wisdom and experience defy those appearances. Is she really an ageless old soul? She knows much, travels everywhere and does everything. Here is what she told me.

She once worked as a magician doing disappearing acts. I asked her how she did it. Since the mind was quicker than the eyes, she was able to suspend people’s disbelief about what they saw and what they thought they saw. Her magic was convincing people to believe in the unknown and unseen.

Her favorite sport is mountain climbing. She finds it exhilarating “to leave the city of your comfort” and climb new heights, discover untrodden vistas and explore unrealized possibilities. Intuition said, “Life is yours to dream and yours to bring alive.”

She is a teacher by profession, although many describe her as a preacher. She says she uses her wit, experiences and insights primarily to teach her students to rely on themselves. And when they are overwhelmed or stuck, she says students depend on her wisdom for guidance, her passion for feelings, and her shoulders to lean on. Most of her time as a teacher is spent nudging and pestering students to use what they have to get where they’re going.

The encounter with Intuition was strange and enlightening. She was a transformative person. Yet, who she really is still eludes me. Chameleon, shapeshifter or mirage? My instincts sense that Intuition and I are destined to cross paths again. I wonder if I’ll ignore her?

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4 thoughts on “Intuition – Day 24

  1. Flo, a very sensitive and intuitive writing. I saw her, Intuition, through you in your post.
    “Life is yours to dream and yours to bring alive.”

    Yes, it is. You are a lovely writer, magician, mountain climber, teacher, preacher and the most brilliant You.

    Thank you and In’Lakesh,
    Michi

  2. “Magician. Mountain climber. Mystic or miracle worker. Teacher or preacher.” She is the master of all trades. This is wonderful! I love reading todays posts! Take care.

    Peace, Nico

  3. True story; I had an encounter with a shape shifter on a mountain top in Tibet. It was near a sky burial site. This was a desolate place, absolutely nowhere to hide. I turned and looked at this man holding a prayer wheel. I turned away for a second and when I looked back… gone. Literally vanished into thin air with no place to hide.

    That may have been your intuition, Flo, visiting sites hereto unknown to you! Excellent musing.

    Rich

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