In today’s fast paced world, working professionals are under more and more pressure to make informed decisions quickly. However, from time to time, there are situations when all the background information needed to make a decision is unavailable, or there simply isn’t enough time to process the amount of information compiled. These are some of the examples of moments when working professionals turn to their ‘gut feeling’ to make a decision. Intuition is very hard to define or measure. It expresses itself differently for almost every human being, and can be used in practically any situation. But one thing is for sure – intuition is an invaluable key to success for many working professionals. So how do we develop our intuition?
Intuition is the way of bypassing the usual five senses in order to get a solution or information. It is about the spontaneous linking of knowledge, experiences and perception, where the key information is supplied by our deepest sense of good and bad. Intuitive solutions go beyond the dualistic laws of logical connections, and practical intelligence.
MyVincha has a five minute meditation oriented on developing intuition. The meditation teaches individuals to mentally direct their energy towards the concept of intuition, while letting go in the flow of the meditation. It is very important for the practitioner first to understand the concept of intuition, and to persistently meditate and practice using it, in order to fully develop it. The key to success lies in harmonizing the meditation experience with practical life situations. Managers who practice this meditation can test their intuition in their every day jobs, and then they can adjust their reactions and actions accordingly.
Successful managers and leaders have a very strong connection with their intuition. It is based on their feeling about good and bad, accompanied by taking all circumstances and facts into account, and then making a decision based on your intuition. Many great minds were led by their intuition, and their successful lives are proof of the quality of their decision making. It is impossible to quantify the importance of intuition, but it is safe to say that many of the success stories we hear about today could not have taken place without a developed sense of intuition.