I talk frequently about the attitude of gratitude and how important it is, especially at the start of your day. It gets you in a positive energy flow; which attracts positive actions. However, equally important is faith and intuition. When you teach your child to have faith it assists them with what I previously mentioned in a blog, in that, if they don’t believe in a higher power – a power for good, then in the child’s mind the parent’s are the highest. Therefore, there is nothing else to hold them accountable for their actions. Behavior modification occurs much faster in those who believe in a higher power.
What is intuition and how does it relate to faith? Intuition denotes a certainty or unwavering knowing, transcending reason and logic. It is that portion of information that lies beyond the subconscious mind; which is also referred to creative imagination. In simplest terms, intuition is the mental process of acquiring information and knowledge directly into the mind without the use of reasoning, sensing or even memory.
It is the sixth sense – a mixture of mental and spiritual. To develop your intuition you need to remove the mental blocks and enhance sensitivity to the part of your inner mind. In my book I discuss multiple ways to assist your child in developing their intuition.
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