How to access our full intelligence?
There is a familiar feeling (awareness) that gets sensed when certain words, sentences, ideas, thoughts, places, people, names, or whatever we may get in contact. They may “tell” us, or at least, give us a sense that we’re on the right track, or doing what’s good or important somehow in the future.
Some people call it intuition, others call knowledge or awareness, but in fact this is something we all share, and I believe our subconscious mind isn’t getting all the credits it deserves regarding this phenomena.
At some part of our lives, we instantly know what needs to be done, or at least we have that knowledge on a subconscious level. Many of us can sense this experience, and certainly some more than others, but sometimes we might need to ask ourselves the following question: How can I access this “Universal” information, and how am I about to use it?
Normally, it would be just a matter of being aware of our feelings to understand what can get done to be more sensitive to this awareness. But normally it’s not that easy, and there are so many variables in the equation that we can’t always or at least most times, take the right decisions at any given time, and grasp and “understand” opportunities as they reach us.
Apparently this kind of knowledge is ours by default. We all have the ability to access this knowledge at any time we choose to. So why, you may ask, are we not all getting, or understanding this kind of information, if it’s supposed to be accessible to anyone?
The answer, in a nutshell, is we’re not “ready” to access that information because we’re not “wired” to think that way, so our conscious mind shuts off any relevant information coming in from your subconscious to our conscious mind. One needs to be ready to accept that information as valid, to allow itself to receive the available, attractive, broad and wise information.
How can we access this information?
For instance, this week I have an important task I need to get done, and I’ve been getting the same kind of messages all over again. The messages, which came in various forms, usually had this underlying theme: “Do your homework”. And I kept getting this kind of sentences and ideas from multiple unrelated sources, such as from family, news, and even cartoons on TV. They all appeared to me with apparently small talk conversations that came out of nowhere, which seem to scream – Do some action!
You may think that since my brain knows what that I need, (get some work done), I would naturally become attracted to that. The “do work” concept should get accepted as something I need, and consequently got all this imagery related to it.
But this is where the interesting part starts. In my opinion, and though it may seem unrelated, the question is “what started first, the chicken or the egg?” For instance, how many times in science history have significant discoveries been made by chance? The examples are overwhelming, almost all scientists have a story of a finding that came from an “unexpected” way. Had Newton ever got to the gravity conclusion, hadn’t the apple drop on his head? Possibly, but the fact is that specific event caused a particular effect and that an apparent chaotic chain of events has created a very specific set of events/ effects.
My simple conclusion is that any subconscious mind is kind of “expecting” that apparently chaotic event to happen, which is chaotic to our conscious mind only. When our conscious minds can’t grasp the full understanding of some facts, the result is a subconscious way of influencing the outcome in the physical world. Do you think this is too far-fetched? Investigate other similar events and find out they are more usual than we would think. Truth can indeed be more strange than fiction.
Opening our minds to the wider possibilities offered by the conscious and sub-conscious intelligence connection.
Our subconscious mind knows what things are important to us, what things really need to the effect we intend to reach, so it’s up to us to connect to that, to understand and allow ourselves to access the full known spectrum of our intelligence.