The truth renews us. Natural reality is our intuitive commitment to purpose. Sensual thinking is the body/heart/soul walk on the field of truth where we re-connect with curiosity and desire.
When we are curious and answer to our inner sense of right and wrong, we open to the unexpected and are protected by the truth. Stress is part of the cultural agenda of our time. Sensing and stress are not compatible. Protect yourself. Think with intuitive strategies like curosity and dignity to see things differently..
Intuition is our sense that works with our mind to clarify perspective. To recognize intuition, use your mind to tune-in to your senses, and be interested in what you sense. Let what you sense free your mind.
Sense gratitude whenever possible and you will get a burst of fresh energy. Allow yourself to tune to what you smell, listen to words you hear, notice how you feel and what your eyes are hungry for. Intuitive desire will fill your heart with purpose that is stronger than stress.
Reality is spontaneous and always changing. By thinking with your senses and feeling with your mind, simple perceptions shift inside the moment. Dignity and curiosity keep personal values on course. Something liberating and refreshing that happens to our self-image when we make a commitment to notice what we sense. Natural reality is not judgmental. You have nothing to fear.
Stress is not natural. It jams our ability to reason and saps desire. That’s why when we’re stressed, we ‘forget’ or ‘miss’ stuff. Mnemonic (ni-MON-ik) means, “assists the memory”. Sensual thinking is mnemonic. Noticing what you sense improves short and long term memory. Sensuality refreshes natural reality.
It’s intuitive to stride toward happiness. By talking less and sensing more, there is an easy kind of awakening from the lock down of stress. Sensual thinking is uplifting. There is a natural connection with inner courage and a renewed sense of wonder. We recognize what feels deeply right, and that moment lights our passions. All it takes to think sensually, is desire.