Using The Power of Silence to Develop Your Intuition for Guidance

November 14th, 2011

 I have observed that few people can stand prolonged silence, especially when confronted by different choices. In order to be able to access intuition on regular basis, it is crucial that we learn to feel comfortable with silence around us and in us.

People mostly try to fill up their surroundings with noise, chatter, radio, music and several other ting tang noises so as not to listen within.  It is when we begin to embrace silence as a source of expanding our being to draw deeply from within, that we begin to experience real sense of connection and peace. We also begin to feel stronger and more in control without having to control anything. WE SIMPLY ARE!

One way to start using the power of silence is to listen intently to someone talking to you without interruption. When you listen intently, you’ll be able to intuitively pick up certain vibrations that you otherwise might miss if you were too busy trying to get your own message across. Most times we are too much in our head than in our inner being, inner self. It is when we come down a peg or two as I say, into that realm of allowing that we can fully connect with our inner guidance. This is especially important in times of changes. When a change is eminent, we often either want to charge forward and make things happen, or we doubt our ability to cope with the change.

Neither of these reactions are helpful to us. Because for one thing, we run the risk of running  into unnecessary difficulties, for not having thought things out. For another, we become despondent and block our creativity. Creativity and intuition go hand in hand. This is what impact our lives and ensures consistent flow in true exchange of abundance.

If you’d like to hear how you can delve more into your own creative power generated by your intuition, I encourage you to join me tonight  for a special experience of Creative awareness. Listen in as I interview one of the world’s international renowned artist, Freydoon Rassouli, the Fusionartist about his Sublime paintings and how his intuition directs him.

Go here now to watch our intro video and register for the talk. I promise you, you’ll learn a thing or two that you can apply to own your intuitive guidance.

I look forward to connecting with you tonight.

Love Always

Kunbi Korostensky
Inner Flame Rekindler 


Spiritual Power Versus Mind Power

November 11th, 2009

The other day, something extraordinary happened at my Centre which gave me a deep insight into the excellent ways our mind works and how they contrast with the grandeur ways of the spirit.

It also reminded me that some people feel that the mind is the same as the Spirit within us. I have experienced my own share of inner queries and have learnt to differentiate between the two.

The mind is the tool we use to order our life the way we want, while the Spirit is the living power within each one us.

Today, I'd like to begin a series of writings on my blog to look into Applied Psychology and mind power in our day to day life contrasted to applying spiritual power in daily life.

I have decided to use some original texts from Warren Hilton, the Founder of the Society of Applied Psychology. Throughout the series of postings here, I shall be using some extracts from one of Hilton's writings titled: "Initiative Psychic Energy" and contrasting them with Spiritual principles and awareness.  

Part 1. Mental Second Wind

Are you an unusually persevering and persistent person? Or, like most
of us, do you sometimes find it difficult to stick to the job until it
is done? What is your usual experience in this respect?


Is it not this, that you work steadily along until all of a sudden you
become conscious of a feeling of weariness, crying "Enough!" for the
time being, and that you then yield to the impulse to stop?


The Lagging Brain


Assuming that this is what generally happens, does this feeling of
fatigue, this impulse to rest, mean that your mental energy is

Suppose that by a determined effort of the will you force your lagging
brain to take up the thread of work. There will invariably come a new
supply of energy, a "second wind," enabling you to forge ahead with a
freshness and vigour that is surprising after the previous lassitude.

Nor is this all. The same process may be repeated a second time and a
third time, each new effort of the will being followed by a renewal of


Reserve Supplies of Power


Many a man will tell you that he does his best work in the wee watches
of the morning, after tedious hours of persevering but fruitless
effort. Instead of being exhausted by its long hours of persistent
endeavour, the mind seems now to rise to the acme of its power, to
achieve its supreme accomplishments. Difficulties melt into thin air,
profound problems find easy solution. Flights of genius manifest
themselves. Yet long before midnight such a one had perhaps felt
himself yield to fatigue and had tied a wet towel around his head or
had taken stimulants to keep himself awake.


The existence of this reserve supply of energy is manifested in
physical as well as mental effort.


Men who work with their heads and men who work with their hands,
scholars and Marathon runners, must alike testify to the existence of
reserve supplies of power not ordinarily drawn upon.


"Blue" Mondays


If we do not always or habitually utilize this reserve power, it is
simply because we have accustomed ourselves to yield at once to the
first strong feeling of fatigue.


Evidence of this same fact appears in our feelings on different days.
How often does a man get up from his breakfast-table after a long
night's rest, when he should be feeling fresh and invigorated, and say
to himself, "I don't feel like working today." And it may take him
until afternoon to get into his workaday stride, if, indeed, he
reaches it at all.


Which power is applied in this event: the mind power or spiritual power?


And how do you differentiate between the two powers?


Give your comments and set the ball rolling.


Yours for spiritual clarity & awareness


Kunbi Korostensky ND


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