- Hello there and welcome, it's Bob Proctor again.
You know, I am a very intuitive guy.
You are a very intuitive person.
We are all very intuitive,
it's just that most people don't know
how to utilize that power
effectively or for their own benefit,
And, I don't...
I'm not good at it by accident,
I'm good at it by design.
When I realized that intuition
was one of my higher faculties,
we have perception,
the will, reason, imagination, memory, and intuition.
When I realized that this was a mental faculty
that I could strengthen,
I made up my mind I would.
I have since come to the conclusion,
intuition is God's way of talking to you.
God being the supreme power.
That which is.
It's through your intuition that you pick up vibration.
Now think of this:
when you come up with a question, bang!
Like that, the answer's with it.
You can't have a question without an answer.
I think Webster said,
"There's a question without an answer.
"It's called a rhetorical question."
That's a statement, that's not a question.
Every question has an answer.
When you ask the question, the answer comes with it.
It's our intuitive mind
that will pick that up.
Now that's what we want to truly,
really try and understand.
Now the question I was asked,
"How do you develop your intuition?"
Well, I often tell people in the seminar,
every person has an aura or an energy around them,
and you can learn to feel that energy,
as you start talking to them
and they carry on a conversation with you,
really, you can feel the energy that's coming from them.
Now how do you do that?
By focusing all of your attention on them.
Now that may be hard to do.
Because until we really get comfortable with ourself,
we're wondering, "What do they think of me?"
Now think about it.
If you really want to win in life,
whenever your talking to somebody,
give them your undivided attention.
And if you do that, you're going to start to feel things.
You'll start to feel their energy.
If there's a shift in their mood like that,
you'll know it.
That's your intuition,
now that's how you develop your intuition.
And you're giving them your undivided attention,
say, "What am I feeling?"
And start to get used to what you feel.
Not what do you hear, what do you feel?
Really listen to them, listen carefully.
Now you hear with your ears,
but you listen with your emotions.
You've got to let yourself get very emotionally involved
in what they're saying.
You'll feel it.
When you go into a restaurant,
sometimes you'll sit down and
you're waiting and
you never really like it,
and the waiter or waitress comes over
and they'll say, "Can I help you?"
And you say, "I'll have a cup of coffee, please."
You really don't want to stay there,
so you didn't want to order a meal.
You get the coffee, you pay for it and you leave.
You don't even drink the coffee.
You didn't feel good in that restaurant.
And you didn't want to stay there.
Sometimes you go into a clothes store.
And there's something, you just don't feel right there.
You're not going to buy anything, get out.
You're not in harmony with the energy.
If a person's upset about something,
and they have a smile on their face
when they're talking to you,
you know there's something wrong.
It's your intuition that picks that up.
It's your intuition that picked up the energy
in the clothes store or in the restaurant.
Pay attention to what's going on around you.
What do you feel?
Feeling is the language of the subjective mind.
Intuition picks up feeling.
Feeling is vibration, it's tuned into vibration.
And it'll always there,
and you got to get used to and good at using it,
and you can.
If you've seen me in a seminar,
I'll frequently go up and I'll tell a person
exactly what they're like.
I don't even have to ask them if I'm right,
I know I'm right.
Because, intuition's perfect.
It never lies.
It's Bob Proctor, thank you.