By thinking sensually, we are changing how we respond to violence.
Our intuition is to heal, not destroy.
The loudest voices across this country are calls for healing and unity. The dignity of humanity joining together with personal courage and patience, to create a stream of self-respect, a connection and collaboration focused on understanding, healing hearts and finding justice is beautiful.
By thinking with our senses, we find our natural mind/body/spirit/soul connections and the strength to change how we respond to violence. Our intuition is to heal, not destroy.
What we sense tells us we are one humanity who evolves by persistently and gently trusting iconic wisdom that serves our lives. We are individuals who communicate with shared intuitive values of dignity, patience and grace. It's natural for these to keep us in-tune with personal character and an inner determined sense of obligation. Today, we choose to simply do what feels right.
There is no instant answer or band-aid for incomprehensible violence. We feel sad. But by thinking intuitively, we embrace what feels right to ensure our future. Sensual thinking is our inborn connection with intuitive wisdom. It is a streaming solution of collaboration and communication that forces us to stay in-tune with our character and in touch with the present.
Your brain doesn’t know the difference between what you see and what you remember, but your heart does. Notice what you notice. By staying clear about the present with mind and heart, we are in sync with each other and with our own unique intuition. Kindness and compassion are power. The truth is fantastic.
Every thing you sense brings insights. You hear attitude, emotions, information and context. You can see pain and love. Courage, curiosity and dignity are your character. Character connects with the big picture. Keep it in focus by being present. You know the difference between right and wrong. Recognize connections with others and steer the future toward peace.
The cruel event in Charleston, SC brought up old wounds. Prejudice is ignorance. It is an opinion that was formed in the past. Living in the past is walking backwards in the mined field of life. The past is over. Old wounds become scars of courage. We can change only ourselves.
Those who choose to live in the past will stay there. That’s not the choice of the majority. Moving forward, the confederate flag that stands for slavery is finally being relegated, like the nazi swastika, to a museum of infamy. It’s a small step, but it’s real. Every step toward healing is huge.
For each of us, courage is the sole on the shoe of living. Sometimes, it's the only thing we have to stand on. When things get shaky and bad things happen, notice what you sense to stream with change. You will know you’re not alone.