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What is “useful” Intuition

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Intuition is instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
from wordnetweb.princeton.edu

This is one of the many layers of the Silva Method proven subjective educational system: to train a person’s mind to have an ever-increasing faculty of intuitive knowing.

Examples

I decided that I wanted a unique desk/table for my meditation area. I shopped every once in a while and could not find “it”; the right one. A month or so later I was in San Antonio before an event eating at the Souper Salad at 410 @ Blanco Rd. While eating I heard ‘go into the Goodwill’; there is one next door. I never go to Goodwill. I have friends who are great Goodwill shoppers; so I ask them to find things for me once in a while. I have gone in before but just couldn’t find anything. So I discarded the thought of going into Goodwill. I heard it again and again while eating.

I finally accepted that I should follow this persistent hunch and went into the Goodwill. I went up and down aisles and didn’t see anything. Then I walked to the back and found the unique desk-table that I looked and would work well for my meditation area. So, I bought it.

Now, I know even more so. Follow those thoughts that creatively enter my mind.

I’ll ask these questions that lead to different areas that many Silva Method graduates have had intuitive ‘hits’:

What if you were heading home from work and would hear to take a particular route so that you avoid a major traffic jam?

What if you are talking to a sales person and want to know if this is right for you to do?

Would it be an advantage to know what your client needs BEFORE you meet him or her?

If you are having difficulty communicating with someone, would it help to have the skill to detect what the problem might be?

What about knowing which place to move into that will be best for you? Or which job to take? Or what company to approach for a job? Or…

Many people have a difficult time comprehending the fact that they can simply take a class that trains their minds in a way that creativity, intuition and hunches start happening. The thing that I also find interesting is that many people want something different but when that something different is right in front of them it becomes “too weird” or “unbelievable” to do… even though there is decades of research and LOTS of people doing it… so that they live a better quality of life.

Here’s one more example for you: A realtor began a million-dollar closing club just 3 years after getting her license using all the Silva Method techniques. I have her telling her story on video; it’s great – all the poofy 80’s styles 😉 This was someone who really wanted success! The article she wrote is here.

How much do you truly want a better life? Or that job that is better than what you have? Or more income?
AND… What are you willing to do differently for it?

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