Trust yourself. Trust your inner guidance – it comes in the form of intuition. I promise, God won’t keep you guessing.
Listen to your life, see it for the fathomless mystery that it is. In the boredom and pain of it, no less than in the excitement and gladness: touch, taste, smell your way to the holy and hidden heart of it, because in the last analysis of all moments, are key moments, and life itself is grace.
-Frederick Buechner, author of Telling The Truth The Gospel as Comedy, Tragedy and Fairytale.
Examine yourself, and learn who you are, how you exist, and what will become of you. Discover the depths of your own true nature.
Pay attention to your life. Listen while it whispers to you. Your life is speaking to you all the time. It is trying to tell you something with every experience you have.
Your intellect may describe it, but only your instinct can find it.
Strengthen your intuition with experience. Immerse yourself into your world. Dive into your life. Make it a journey of intentional immersion.
Feel your physical senses. What resonates and what repels? What gives you energy and what sucks you dry?
Take life for a test drive. Get curious – take a little action. Experiment and play with your life. Get your hands dirty – no better yet, get your soul filthy with experience.
In art as in life, Dalí broke with conventions and forged new artistic languages and methods capable of examining human psychology.