Inspirational Speakers – Unlock Your Inner voice and listen to your Intuition Once Again
Unlock Your Inner voice and listen to your Intuition Once Again
The pressures imposed by society and its expectations, regarding anything you can’t touch, feel or see, has forced us to repress our intuition and to stop listening to our inner voice. I hear you asking the question “What inner voice are you talking about”. Well that inner voice that just asked the previous question is the first stage towards knowing and understanding that you do indeed have an inner voice or subtle inner knowing. I like to refer to intuition, as the things you know before you think.
Your intuition or your inner voice, is a really powerful tool, which you have locked away and have lost touch with over the years. I want to help you to re-awaken your inner voice or intuition today. Once you learn how to turn the volume up on your intuition and you can once again trust your inner knowing, you will have uncovered a really powerful tool in your success toolkit.
The practice of meditation helps you clear away the day to day distractions and if you will just listen and allow, it will also permit you to begin turning up the volume on your intuition. Your intuition is that magical inner voice, which will speak to you and just seems to know the right answer, before you even think. When you can learn to trust your intuition, it will regularly deliver subtle impulses, which will guide you toward the success you desire and keep you on the path towards living your true purpose.
How Does it Work?
There are numerous forms of informal meditation, which will allow you to empty your mind of stressful thoughts, which do not serve you and allow you to hear and listen to your inner self. The key to meditation is to take time to relax breath, listen and reflect.
How do I do it
The easiest way I have found to get into a relaxed and meditative state is to lie flat on a very comfortable surface, with my legs uncrossed and my arms resting comfortably next to my sides. I listen to relaxing meditation music, commercially available everywhere. It is really helpful to listen to the music through a good quality pair of head phones or earphones, as this allows you to block out all external noise and focus all your attention on the meditative process. As you lie in a relaxed and peaceful place, concentrate, relax and focus all your attention on only the air flowing through your nostrils as you breathe in and out.
Try not to think about anything other than the air flowing in and out of your nostrils. Completely clear your mind. If any thought comes into your mind, acknowledge it and immediately place your attention back onto the air flowing through your nostrils. It will take a number of sessions, of practice and focus, before you will manage to meditate, relax and stop allowing your mind to wander.
Feel the cool air all the way around both nostrils as it enters through your nose, breathing steadily and rhythmically as you inhale. Hold the breath for a few seconds and then exhale, concentrating on and feeling the warm air all the way around both nostrils, as the warm air leaves through your nose.
Try not to allow any random thoughts to enter your mind. If any thoughts do enter your mind, acknowledge them and then go straight back to the practice of concentrating on your breathing and all the sensations that go with feeling your breath in your nostrils. Repeat this for several minutes, initially seven minutes will be adequate to achieve good results.
When you become more experienced, meditating for 30 minutes or more will become very therapeutic, relaxing and an excellent way to listen to your inner self. There are numerous techniques that can help you develop your skills and help you to get the most out of your meditation time. Advanced meditation is very personal and as such I would recommend that, when you want to ascend to a higher level of meditation, you do some research into the type and style of meditation that best suites you.
Reflect and Ask Questions
During your meditation, try to reflect, ask questions and allow the intuitive impressions to come to you. Pay special attention to images, words, physical sensations or emotions that you experience. Record all your insights and impressions, try to understand what they reveal to you and then take action and invite success into your experience
The practice of meditation, like any new skill will take about 45 days to become an entrenched habit and form part of who you are. Begin today and meditate every day. It is a really powerful process, which will serve you going forward. You already have the answers that you seek, so allow yourself to listen.
Author: Andrew Horton Inspirational Speakers