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And the lesson here is that once you have audience you must *make the most of it! Maybe there’ll be some fish in it for you
So hear this, o worthy,
yet untrusty penguins,
you all have these feelings,
and they’re there for a reason…
… if you become more aware,
more alert to that voice
you’ll avoid bad decisions
and make the right choice!
*And you may take this one to the bank.
It’s all very well and good to quote from “The Secret” (*which really is only a book quoting from other people), but how does it actually feel when your intuition is giving you guidance. Well this is the best way I can think of explaining it – a gut feeling that occurs when you have to make a decision… sadness sneaking in, generally means “no”… a feeling of elation or light-heartedness, generally means “yes” – **I think it’s that simple!
“But HOW does it feel?”
They asked… in frustration
“We need something more ***tangible!
at the very least, an equation!”
“Well… it feels something like this,
(it’s an emotional thing)
if you decide on your choice
and a sadness sneaks in …”
“THAT is the sign!
that’s your intuition
it’s telling you NO!
don’t make that dumb-assed decision!”
*Taking nothing away from “The Secret” of course, it’s actually spot on IMHO, if that’s what you’re looking for, and it resonates with you.
**I welcome your opinion below, or on Facebook
***People always want “tangible”, or “empirical” evidence. *Sigh*
There’s no big mystery to it,
just a feeling one should heed…
Since those who ignore such *feelings,
sometimes end up sea-lion feed!
*Here in stark contrast to the drawing above, is a penguin who is completely in touch with his feelings! One could almost say that he is “touchy-feely”..
If you’re confused, hopefully *this will clarify things!
Flow diagram to explain the “wife” reference
A penguin (A) is about to pursue a red herring (B), but is informed just in time by his heart (C) (aka gyro-compass (D)) that it’s a bad idea – all long before wife (E) can say “Red Herring, why?”"
*Disclaimer: for illustrative purposes only! The process is generally more subtle…