Monday, October 28, 2013


Siri, Apple's personal assistant and knowledge navigator app, and I are starting to understand each other. Well, the truth is that I am starting to understand Siri. This is fun. Yet it has taken me a while to get the hang of it. I have had to learn how to ask properly so that I receive the answers I seek and the help I need. I was resistant to use Siri it at first, so I didn't use it until my son taught me how. What a great tool to have. It reminds me of my intuition. 

We all come equipped with an intuitive app within us. Our intuition is always there, yet we don't always tap into it. We go about insisting on what we seem to know, on our misinformation, on our being right. We forget that we do have the instrumentation to guide us built in. We don't access it with a button or the swipe of a screen, but in a simpler way: in silence. 

Just as it took me a while to learn how to access and use Siri, it takes a while to access and learn to trust our intuition. With practice we learn to ask the right questions, to listen and to rely confidently on our inner guide. Today is a good day to start activating our instinct based on wisdom and understanding. Empty your mind of what you think you know and ask your Self those questions for which you seek answers. Remain silent for a few moments and wait. You may have to do this a few more times before you understand. In time, answers, clarity and solutions will reveal themselves to you. In time, your intuitive Self will be your go-to system for direction, clarification and assistance. 

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