Intuitive Problem Solving

 


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I tell people that I live my life with each foot in separate worlds: one on the “Earth Plane” and one on an Energetic Plane. On the Earth Plane, I can see people, things, and situations for what they appear to be on the surface. On the Energetic Plane, I see how everything is connected energetically, intuitively.

Quantum Physics teaches us that everything is made of energy. This includes everything solid, which we all know from 10th grade science class, but it also includes our thoughts, relationships, problems, and situations. Think about it. If you have a positive thought, your whole energy feels good. If you have a negative thought, your whole energy feels not so good.

Now, take this a step further. If you are looking at how everything is connected energetically, solving problems should be easy. Right?

Every problem is a match to a solution. Once you study the energy of the problem, you should easily find the energetic match that is the solution. When you’re really good at it, that solution should come very easily – through your intuition (which, by the way is a knowing, not a feeling, remember?).

So, how do you begin the process of solving problems energetically? You start at the beginning.

First, you practice looking at solid items energetically. You do this by studying and meditating upon these items during quiet time or during meditation.

When you are able to make a connection this way, meaning seeing solid items as energy, then you are able to start comparing items. I have done this with my clients with different items, including rocks, stones, feathers, shells, plants, etc. The results were amazing and each client was surprised that she could even do it.

After you are able to see the difference in solid items, start working on thought forms, such as paintings. What was the painter thinking when she painted that picture? How about books? What was the writer thinking about when he wrote that passage?

Practice developing your intuition. Use it on yes and no questions and simple exercises such as finding a parking spot. When it’s developed, make sure you use it regularly.

Now, start using all you’ve learned to figure out your current situations or issues. You may be “shown” the entry point of the issue, meaning where it started. Knowing what started the issue or how you attracted it can help you find an energetic solution.

This process may sound complicated, but it really isn’t. It just takes lots of practice. Once you figure out how to do it, it becomes easy – and fascinating!

Wendi Moore-Buysse works with businesses who want to market to women. She coaches, teaches, and consults with women who want to develop problem-solving skills and leadership skills using intuition, self-talk, and the belief system. Her books from the Life’s Little Cheat Sheets™ Series, including “Shifting Gears: Get Moving in the Right Direction”, are available through her website and events. “Shifting Gears” includes ways to shift your focus from what you don’t want to what you do want. Visit http://www.wendimoore.com for more information and to read her Life's Little Cheat Sheets™ blog.

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