Friday, May 15, 2015

Anticipation

Something is going to happen. You feel it coming.

Anticipation is an intuitive nudge. 

Anticipation is part of the sly trickle of living. It’s a confident steady drip of insight  that sparks dreams and creativity. You taste it or get a nudge telling that you are part of a bigger picture..

Sensing is how you anticipate wanting and timing or anticipate answers. Notice what you sense. Sensual Thinking coordinates body, mind, heart and spirit for easy access to natural creativity, wisdom and characterIntuition is the inner sense of direction we call anticipation.

What do you sense is coming? Anticipating keeps you feeling the bounce. You're in traction with action by being in sync with your unique drive. You don't miss connections. 
Sensing  is being in rhythm with soul. It's feeling potential. With eyes, ears, mouth, nose, and skin we anticipate excitement or danger or needs. Because you anticipate what you sense, your mind is focused on the potential.
The more you think with your senses, the sharper thinking becomes. Communication and confidence become easier. Things you anticipate happen. Sensing keeps the big picture in focus. You can feel it.
You are multidimensional. Everything you sense guides you to  know yourself better. When anticipation feels like enthusiasm, foresight, tenacity or patience, you know what to do. Relationships improve. Opportunities appear. Feeling with your mind keeps you in sync with your heart. 
Intuition is never destructive because it is part of the survival instinct. Frustration, confusion and boredom build doubt between you and your natural intuitive spark. When this happens, listen to music, talk with a friend or go for a run to clear your head. Sensual thinking will always refresh your perspective and renew healthy anticipation. You can always sense direct access to your inner truth.
Anticipating harmony with change and finding your dream is intuitive. Patience is the intuitive tool of foreplay that leads to opportunity. By responding to what you anticipate with intuitive tools like courage, curiosity, patience or tenacity, you protect yourself, update and fine-tune your ability to think outside the box. 
Sensing makes you listen closer, look harder and want deeper. It’s intuitive to be in tune with what you feel down to your soul. Notice what you sense. You will know yourself better and feel rhythms of your soul.  
Negative anticipation is a wall of fear that comes from the mind. If you feel stress, the way to get where you want to be is to change how you think. Do this by noticing what you sense. This distracts your mind and tune you to momentum. Intuitive tools always reconnect with your potential. There is always a spark
Be bold. Sometimes you have to throw your hat over the wall to get what you need:
“The Irish writer Frank O’Connor wrote how, as a boy, he and his friends would make their way across the countryside. When they came to an orchard wall that seemed too high and too doubtful to try and too difficult to permit their voyage to continue, they took off their hats and tossed them over the wall—and then they had no choice but to follow them.” ~ JFK
Keep the big picture and timing in focus. Courage, loyalty, dignity, curiosity, foresight and patience are part of your potential. You can have what you’re anticipating. Happiness will find you.
Think with your senses. Feel with your mind.


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