Awakening the Innate Intelligence

Play is flowing with each enjoyment of life, then letting go of each joy and worry, to move on to the next positive playful focus. Finding that letting go into the flow of each cosmic event, actually strengthens our memory, our ability to recall that facts we need exactly when we need them with mere detail, more creative spin and new synaptic connections. Allowing some details to go forgotten, trusting our body is already doing all it needs to do to be all we need to be, this act of forgetting, letting go, actually strengths our ability to instantly & clearly recall the things that matter. By focusing on the fun more of the time, the ‘innate intelligence’ emerges on its own, it will be there, on it’s own. Because too often our society does not allow this ‘already present’ intelligence the time it needs to emerge and blossom on its own. Play is the fuel for the mind. Positive relaxing stimulating environment supports neuron generation. Play and relax at your own pace around others. Play and relaxing are both seen as legure activites, as unproductive in our society, this is why we alloys feel so stiff and dry and lonely. Doing something simple like playing and relaxing around others actually takes a kind of activism, to stand up to the rules that don’t make sense, or at lest meet the needs of your heart, do what you want and need, what makes you feel right, even when others seem to constantly tell you not to.

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4 thoughts on “Awakening the Innate Intelligence

  1. great approach – play + openmindedness = real learning.

    as for the notion of forgetting, I couldn’t agree more. I’ve been trying to work on the skill of anticipation (knowing when the time is right for something in the days/months/years leading up to it). If one tries to do something when the time isn’t right, it takes a lot more energy (like, by orders of magnitude). If you manage a bit of patience, a bit of sensitive insight, then you’ll follow the flow of current to the point when the time is right. It’s not easy, but it can become invaluable.

    still a work in progress.

    thanks for the brain-stimulating posts =)

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  2. ” trusting our body is already doing all it needs to do to be all we need to be, “: true. ” to stand up to the rules that don’t make sense,: exactly….or better still, just live your life, your way, and save the energy of standing up to those — ‘other’ — numerous rules. ” do what you want and need, what makes you feel right, even when others seem to constantly tell you not to.” : couldn’t agree more. Nice post.

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