Everyone is born with courage mainlining natural enthusiasm. That's how we're meant to live. Living is an insanely great adventure.
Sensual thinking grounds us. Noticing what you see, hear, taste, touch and feel renews emotional balance and reason. Thinking with all 6 senses is vibrant living.
You are full of Light. Courage balanced by curiosity is the ritual that teaches us who we are. Courage mainlines enthusiasm. Practice courage. There are things more important in life than fear.
An intuitive nudge is bluntly firm because that’s the way the truth is. Nothing is more powerful than the truth. Courage and curiosity are intuitive. Stay curious. When stress sends up red-flags, tune-in to what you sense is honorable and true. There are options. Trust courage. Sometimes it feels right to hold back. Sometimes it feels good to fit in.
Thinking with 6 senses naturally resets expectations and timing so that 'pressure' becomes a guide with priorities in focus. Your senses take cues from streams of change and rhythms of living. The senses have two purposes: (1) bring you pleasure and (2) protect your choices. It's simple.
You have power to be authentic and to thrive. Intuitive values like courage, curiosity and dignity are transparent sensual filters of truth. There are no judgment calls. Instead, by trusting what you sense, balance happens and things come together.
Trusting boundaries you sense brings inner calm and personal understanding. It's mainlining courage. Sensing always reconnects.See a bigger picture. Wonder and awe, surprise and solutions, appear.
|painting by Ted Stourton|
Courage is uplifting like music and transparent like sunlight
Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.
We all stand on someone’s shoulders. Courage is calm and dignified like Martin Luther King Jr. It's easy to recognize.
We catch the spark. People who trust their inner courage like Beyonce and Nelson Mandela inspire dignified courage in us. We need our heroes.
Intuition is grounding common sense that everyone has. It's the natural stress-buster that transcends fear and prejudice and sidesteps hypocrisy and doubts. Courage is intuitive dignity and personal commitment that doesn’t need to be justified. It is solid ground.