From An Introduction to Self-Revealization Acceptance
Intuition is that “thing” or feeling that sends messages to you from your inner self and which you should pay attention to. However, most people do not because of a fundamental lack of self-trust, or worse, a hidden desire to fail. Therefore, it is easy to understand that when we want to do something and find that we might have to make sacrifices, we might think it would be better left alone and forgotten about. And so we go on our merry way ignoring the clear-cut signals that would make our life desires easy to accomplish. This is the greatest mistake we can ever make: not to trust ourselves for whatever reason. Why we don’t trust ourselves is something we have to consider.
Intuitive knowingness, or intuition, is the inner urge to do something, but you don’t know if it makes sense because you may not really understand what you are trying to attain or experience. Intuition gives you a definitive “yes” or “no” answer, and when intuition makes itself evident, it is the voice of the Infinite, the Spirit of the Thing Itself of your hidden desire expressing Its own desire for expression and specifically through you. It is the acceptance of this expression of being that is related to the idea about the faith OF something—the very something that you want to do, because that is exactly who and what you are. If you feel something is right and the voice in your heart and mind agrees, then it is a distinct indication to heed your own counsel for you to experience your divine right to live in joy and freedom.
Many people feel they have no purpose in life. Even when purpose becomes evident through the intuitive faculty, they still do not accept glory, and instead, prefer to wonder about what might have been and why nothing good happens for them. The truth is that they are lazy. They want something to happen without their acceptance of it as already done and, therefore, they won’t do the required work. It does not matter what these people say they want. They have no heart to see it through, or for that matter, seeing anything through.
What does matter is that you accept yourself for what you are and proceed to live your life with the Divine Right of Joy and Freedom permitting your purpose to express through you. By enabling the Spirit of the Thing Itself to reveal Itself, you will always know your purpose in life regardless of how long it takes you to come to terms with it. Intuition tells you exactly what your purpose is. It never stops, even if you tell yourself that your intuition is incorrect. Another idea will come, and another, and another until you wake up and realize that something is demanding acceptance. Most people, though, prefer to remain miserable and keep ignoring it.
Reflect on the things that you intuitively felt you should have done but didn’t. Are the reasons you did not do these things realistic in terms of you not having done them? What was the result of not listening to your intuition? Who or what did you blame afterward? Did you try to accomplish the thing desired after you rejected it? What was the result? These are important questions to ask yourself. Introspective examination of your motives will reveal anything holding you back from expressing your life’s desires from an intuitive and tangible perspective.
An instant self-revealization acceptance for intuition could be, “I heed my intuition,” and “I am my intuition,” and “I will intuit.” Acceptances of this type certainly work, but it does not automatically mean you will be able to accept the result when it becomes apparent. You must train yourself to respond because of all the times in the past when you disregarded it. Discipline is needed to incorporate it into your life as a permanent factor of self-trust by building up a belief in your own sovereignty through your own divine right to live in joy and freedom. Intuition must be understood along with acceptance of it, and it is more than simply negating difficulties in the hope that you can change circumstances.
Relentless investigation of motivations for failure should not be done. Not only is it difficult to do, but it can be frightening when you find out that some of the answers you get you won’t like. Remember, though, you were successful, nonetheless. However, it is far wiser to alleviate the reasons through negation of their causes and begin to refuse certain conditions in your life regardless of the apparent and, therefore, false pain that accompanies your decisions. Whatever your reasons, they must be understood as no longer being important and having no place in your life from this moment forward. Self-condemnation does nothing to enhance your new attitudes of lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness.
Why do we tend to create situations for ourselves that can only result in pain regardless of the manner in which we cover up the damage done to ourselves? Besides the unknowingness of our folly, there have to be identifiable causes that restrict us from healthy and happy living. They are called arrogance, conceit, and false pride.
Arrogance, conceit, and false pride are a trait of weak-minded people who always have something to say, even though they have nothing to say. Falling into the trap of these three deadly attitudes is what causes all the strife and heartbreak that ever existed or ever will exist, and no one is immune. These forms of lack, loss, and limitation can be shut down with self-revealization acceptance. And, they should be! The Spirit of the Thing Itself will reveal ever more of anything through Its desire to express more of Itself into an accepting vessel.
You already have all the intuition you need and all the intuition there is, but you have to accept it into your life with conviction and belief. Self-revealization acceptance helps you attain this reality.
About the Author
Stephen F. Kaufman is the founder and author of Self-Revealization Acceptance the first, foremost, and original reality facilitation concept ever presented to the modern world in 1993 and is the internationally acclaimed author of over thirty-seven books including the world’s best-selling interpretations of Musashi’s Book of Five Rings and Sun Tzu’s Art of War. His books having sold over 1,000,000 copies and translated into many languages are considered essential reading for progressive living and personal growth. Mr. Kaufman empowers audiences and students to turn every challenge into an opportunity by demonstrating definitive working techniques guaranteed to bring about advantageous results “for the benefit of all concerned.” He lives in New York City and spends his time traveling, teaching, and writing. He can be contacted via his website, www.hanshi.com and also his blog, hanshibooks.wordpress.com