How can this help you?
- It can help you make better decisions and to know what is right for you.
- It enhances and increases your intelligence.
- It helps you to know your next step in life within minutes.
- It gives you the clarity in knowing your life’s purpose.
- It may help you discover and use your creativity for new projects.
(It aids you in being more creative.)
- Are you feeling stuck? It helps you to become less stuck in life.
- Helps you overcome self-limiting, self-defeating or sabotaging beliefs that prevent you for being successful in areas of your life.
Helps you understand why you choose to hang onto feelings of shame, guilt, anger, betrayal, unworthiness, or feelings of not enough, and to be able to release them.
Here is what some of my customers are saying about using the ‘Sedona Inner Knower Process’
“I wanted to share my insights that have been unfolding since I have been using the Inner Knower Process. I automatically recognized what you had been saying about me being, STUCK IN THE PAST. Every time I would try to use a keyword phrase to help me move forward into releasing, I would push myself back into the past. WOW! Glad I was able to see what I had been doing all these years as I honestly had NO idea.R.M., Dallas TX
When I woke up the next morning I was feeling different….lighter. The rest of the day I began to unfold memories of patterns of my beliefs about men and women in relationships. I claimed these beliefs out of protection without realizing how much immobility I was manifesting. I truly believe I deserve the beauty of LOVE. I am willing to release the blockage. I continue to use this Inner Knower process and go to my bellybutton and ask why I have chosen to hold on to these beliefs? and feel the unfolding? Lastly, thanks for creating such an amazingly simple process to understand my self better and to become free.”
The ‘Sedona Inner Knower Process has worked for them and it can work for you.
So, let me ask you. – What do we want out of life…or better yet, what do you want out of life?
Things like: good job, good career, intimate relationship with a husband or a wife, or boyfriend or girlfriend, to be healthy, to do interesting and rewarding projects, to be creative, to be of service to others, to be on a spiritual path or become more spiritual, to learn new things, to travel, to earn more money, to be happy, to be entertained, etc.
To sum up briefly, we all want to do something that is important, meaningful, beneficial and rewarding to us, and others. Right?
How do you get what you just said, what you want in life?
Things like: family support, school or education, friends, business associates, job or career, language, being creative, good ideas, passion, following our dreams or goals, etc.
Overall, is it our intelligence that gets us what we want?
Do you remember what Rene Descartes (re-Nay day-KART) the famous French philosopher said: “I think, therefore I am.” He was saying that, thinking proves that we exist and that we exist to be thinkers. Thinking is the most important thing we can do. (This is one point of view.)
He is saying we value intelligence. And thinking is the main thing about Intelligence. This is how we know and get what we want, by thinking.
We do value thinking, we do value intelligence, just a short time ago, last month, there was a four year old by the name of Heidi Hankins who joined Mensa.
Four-year-old Heidi Hankins joins Mensa with 159 IQ
13 April 2012
Heidi Hankins taught herself to read.
She became the newest member of the prestigious high IQ club Mensa is 4–year–old Heidi Hankins of Winchester, England. She scored an impressive 159 on the Mensa IQ test, one point shy of that of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. That is quite remarkable.
She taught herself to read and was able to count to 40 at two years. The Mensa test measured her score against her peers of other 4-year-olds; she scored within the top 2 percent (which is the requirement for admission into Mensa).
Her parents say: “She’s just a little girl who likes playing with her Barbies and Lego, but then you will find her sitting down and reading a book,” they told the Telegraph News Service. (According to Mensa, the average adult IQ score is 100.)
This was front page news, and again it highlights how much we value intelligence.
Charles Darwin wrote that our Emotional Expression determined much of our position and success in life.
More recently, the importance of our emotions was highlighted with Daniel Goleman and his 1995 book entitled Emotional Intelligence.
His view is that people who possess high emotional intelligence are the people who truly succeed in work as well as play, they build flourishing careers as well as lasting, meaningful relationships.
So here is another way to get what we want, and that is through our emotional intelligence. Our feelings, our emotions, our passions, and they have even got a way of measuring it, so instead of just the IQ test, they have an EQ test.
More than 75% of Fortune 500 companies rely on emotional intelligence (EQ) tests, for hiring, training, and certification.
Daniel Goleman makes the case that our “emotional intelligence” is the strongest indicator of human success. In other words, “I feel, therefore I am.”
He is saying “I feel, therefore I am” has more of a deep resonance with us, are our feelings, so this is another point of view and it is also part of our overall intelligence. Our feelings, our emotions, our passions are part of our intelligence. Just like all of our thoughts and rational thinking that is part of our intelligence.
And, another point of view. In 1987 Barbara Kruger made a photographic silkscreen image and slogan, which said, “I shop, therefore I am.” Now let’s be honest, don’t we feel more alive when we are shopping?
Is there anything more important and satisfying to us than when we find & buy a great bargain? We do develop our own shopping intelligence. As a woman, we will refer many times to a friend of ours as a ‘smart shopper’ but men wouldn’t refer to other men usually as a smart shopper, but they would say he is a ‘savvy buyer’. When we go to do our shopping we want to get smart about it, we do get savvy, don’t we?
Interestingly, intuition is also a part of our intelligence. Indeed, a significant part of our intelligence. We will see why in just a moment.
Now an additional point I would make here, is that with the use of our intuition, it helps all of our other intelligences, it enhances our thinking, it supports our feelings, it helps direct our passion and it can even help us to be better shoppers. Intuition can help us to get what we want, and since it’s free, it’s a fantastic bargain.
It’s strange in a way that it is easy for us when it comes to thinking and feeling but not for intuiting. Why is this so?
Because, intuition is a part of our intelligence on a subliminal or subconscious level. [Existing or operating below the threshold of consciousness.] It has its own qualities. Nevertheless, it is one of the main ways that we gain information.
Make the decision today
Take the steps in developing your intuition and inner knowing. The sooner you begin, the sooner you will create the life you want.
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