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Intuition vs. Facts

What follows is an excerpt from a coaching class I teach entitled “Using Your Intuition”.  Enjoy!

You are interested in success.  You wouldn’t be here if you weren’t.  Good for you!  Let’s talk for a bit about the stress that the traditional pursuit of success can cause.  What is traditional, you ask?  Let’s talk about overwork, traffic jams and long commutes, skipped mealtimes and unhealthy snacking, neglected family and unhappy children, non-existent social life, intense pressure – do you want me to continue? 

We’ve talked before about living in the past, present and future.  I’d like to share a concept with you that is a bit unique.  When we are in the present moment, really participating in it fully, we are feeling.  It is a state of being.  When we react to clues from the present moment, and it brings up emotion, we move immediately to the past bringing up unresolved issues and often project them into the future.  Emotional reactions are often confused with feelings, but they are quite different. 

Feeling is constant renewal.  For me it is looking at the possibilities that are in every moment we are presented with.  It is making conscious decisions for the joy of it. A true feeling is joy, it is a feeling as if you have disappeared and have merged with everything around you; you are fully present. Reacting creates barriers, and pushes us into a sense of “what’s the use, nothing ever changes”.  Reaction is characterized by emotions and subsequent behavior, i.e., sadness, anger, frustration, worry, etc.  Every emotion such as anger, depression, frustration and even sadness is a carry-over from a thought, carries a story, and results in a self-conscious action.  When you get clear on this, you begin to pay attention to what is going on, and shift.  

Burt Harding says that “Pure feeling is the voice of God within. It ‘talks’ to us through silence and shows us (through its light) how everything IS!! This is the Inner Silence that all masters talk about.”  Some call this intuition, that inner voice that helps us pay attention to the possibilities.

So, have you made the choice to feel and sense more?  Here is the key – you must believe that your thoughts and feelings are worthwhile.  Your radar is working!  You can’t just listen to your feelings and shove them aside.  You must be willing to take action – to obey them.   Most of us have been taught that we should never take action without facts and figures to back us up.  It takes a leap of faith to take action on an intangible, immeasurable feeling, but it is often more valuable than any fact we have been presented with.  It may take a while to see tangible benefits.  That’s okay.  Take your time.  Feel the joy.

One of the things I was taught at CoachU was the concept of “Ready, fire, aim”.  Another was “Take a guess and trust your instincts.”  What does this mean for you?  As with all things in which we work to gain mastery, it means practice, and practice some more.  Experiment – improve on it.  And, watch for the payoff.  As you sense things earlier, and take action faster, you will find yourself moving forward more quickly.  You won’t be consciously deciding to do something, it will become second nature to you to respond.  Trusting your “gut” is an advanced skill necessary for success based on attraction – you must be receptive and ready to receive the information the Universal Source is sending you.   The key is to loosen up your flexibility muscle, and be ready to move quickly into new areas of thought and activity.  When you begin living from this place of excitement and growth, you will discover all those who have been waiting for you to join them.

Georgia Feiste, owner of Collaborative Transitions Coaching, Inc., located in Lincoln, NE, is a personal growth and transitions coach, writer, and workshop facilitator.  She is also a Usui Reiki Master.  Georgia specializes in career, business and personal life transitions for people seeking change in their life.  Her passion is success grounded in purpose and passion, standards of integrity and priorities in life.    You can also find her on her websites http://www.collaborativetransitions.com and http://www.rainbowbridgecoach.com . Georgia can be reached at (402) 304-1902 or you can schedule a 30 minute consultation via Automated Appointment.

Life is Perfect

Do you have days where you feel that life is perfect?  As I’ve been going through my own personal growth journey after leaving the corporate world and starting my own coaching business, I have been feeling this feeling of peace, calm and perfection more often and for extended periods of time. 

Now, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t issues to deal with.  There has been much that occurred that would have driven me over the edge before.  My journey has taught me that even though a situation or person may cause me to catch my breath or grit my teeth, I can more easily step back and look for what is real, see it for what it is, tell myself the truth about my reaction to it, and ease into the moment.  It’s okay for us to have our initial reactions – how we flow through them is key to the conversation. 

Starting this blog of personal introspection and musings about what I am being, thinking, reading, experiencing or doing in my life has completed me.  Not only do I have my business side – coaching business, career and personal life transitions (all what I would consider personal growth); and my healing side – Reiki, NLP, EFT and Fibromyalgia; I have my spiritual side that I have been struggling to find a place to express.  

I love to read and share what I have read.  I love to talk and share ideas with others of like mind, and create connectedness and see the light glow between us.  I love to encourage and support others as they walk their personal growth journey.  I am doing all that, and letting my light shine brighter and brighter each day.  I know that the universe is providing me with these opportunities and I only need to reach out my heart to move into them. 

Yes, Life Is Perfect.  I’m inviting you to join me in whatever venue you would like – business, healing or spiritual.  Let’s talk, laugh, cry, and experience the perfection of life together.

Warmly,
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Georgia

Georgia Feiste, owner of Collaborative Transitions Coaching, Inc., located in Lincoln, NE, is a personal growth coach, writer, and workshop facilitator.  She is also a Usui Reiki Master.  Georgia specializes in career, business and personal life transitions for people seeking change in their life.  She is uniquely skilled in providing support and encouragement as her clients set intentional goals to attain their desires, holding open the space they need to stretch and grow. Her passion is success grounded in purpose and passion, standards of integrity and priorities in life.    Her websites are http://www.collaborativetransitions.com, where you can find her blogs about business and career, http://www.rainbowbridgecoach.com , where she and many other coaches blog about mind, body, spirit and emotion, and http://www.georgiafeiste.com where you can catch her thoughts on a wide variety of topics.  Georgia can be reached at (402) 304-1902 or you can schedule a 30 minute consultation via Automated Appointment.

Maya Angelou’s Phenomenal Woman

I am on a mission to encourage my fellow women to never forget their value. 

Listen…

Enjoy…

Smile…

And, Rejoice…

Georgia Feiste, owner of Collaborative Transitions Coaching, Inc., located in Lincoln, NE, is a life transitions coach, writer, and workshop facilitator.  She is also an Usui Reiki Master.  Georgia specializes in career, business and personal life transitions for people seeking change in their life.  She is uniquely skilled in providing support and encouragement as her clients set intentional goals to attain their desires, holding open the space they need to stretch and grow. Her passion is success grounded in purpose and passion, standards of integrity and priorities in life.    Her website is http://www.collaborativetransitions.com, where she blogs about business and career, and http://www.rainbowbridgecoach.com , where she and many other coaches blog about mind, body, spirit and emotion.  Georgia can be reached at (402) 304-1902 or you can schedule a 30 minute consultation via Automated Appointment.