“In Touch”: Obstacles to Inner Knowing

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“Discerning a true sense of inner knowing can be a delicate task.

There are many impostors.

Most of what we call hunches or intuition is based upon fear or desire.

Our inner knowing is heavily filtered by how we do or do not want things to be.

When we have a strong attachment to an outcome, our sense of inner knowing is less clear.

Our knowing is also deeply obscured by beliefs—what we believe about ourselves, others, and about life in general.”

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My two cents: Meditation, daily focus practice on the breath, helps the imposters to fade away harmlessly.

We give up trying to control, to influence, to attain things.

True observation is a learned skill, accomplished through daily practice and application.

Are you devoting at least a half hour a day for meditating?

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