intuition

Ever made a bad decision, even though part of you knew better?

You know how it is — you take a job, even though you have a bad feeling in the pit of your stomach. Or you get into a relationship, even though that still, small voice inside says, “No!” Or you say ‘yes’ to a project, even though a red light flashes internally.

It doesn’t have to be that way! You can learn how to access your own intuition, your own psychic abilities, and test them in a low stress atmosphere, so that you learn to trust that feeling, that voice, that vision. It’s easy, it’s fun, and it’s coming to a telephone near you.

I’ve been doing psychic readings as an expert intuitive for over 25 years. In that time, I’ve teased apart the building blocks of intuition. After you know what these building blocks are, you’ll begin to identify what your special gifts are, and how they manifest for you. You’ll also learn an undetectable method of using your hands to get information anywhere, any time, under any circumstance.

Once you know these things, you can practice — the class provides safe opportunities to practice. You’ll also learn how to practice on your own, so you can build the self confidence to trust your intuition when it really counts — for the job offer, the relationship, the project.

The class meets twice a month for 5 months — and the first month costs only $1!

To learn more, click here. Space is limited, so if you already know this is for you, call me now at 888-4-hollis to sign up.

Hollis Polk is a personal coach (www.888-4-hollis.com), who has been helping people create lives they love for 15 years, using neurolinguistic & hypnotherapy techniques, decision science, clairvoyance & the common sense learned in 20+ years of business. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, hypnotherapist & has a BSE in engineering from Princeton & a Harvard MBA. She is also a successful real estate broker, investor & business owner.

Good News: Science is Now Taking Intuition Seriously

The good news is that science is now taking intuition seriously; the bad news is that it is taking a war to do it.

What they are mostly investigating here is clairsentience, or the gut feeling of knowing something that you can’t put your finger on. Turns out it’s very valuable for sensing danger, which makes sense, because all animals need it, or they’ll be eaten.

The ability to notice patterns at an unconscious level is very important. The ability of one’s eyes to see things that they aren’t looking at is important, too. Certain areas of the brain are involved, and some people’s work better than others’. So, yes, clairsentient ability is probably going to be normally distributed in the population, just like most abilities.

Here’s the whole article:

Brain Power – In Battle, Hunches Prove to Be Valuable – Series – NYTimes.com

Hollis Polk is a personal coach (www.888-4-hollis.com), who has been helping people create lives they love for 15 years, using neurolinguistic & hypnotherapy techniques, decision science, clairvoyance & the common sense learned in 20+ years of business. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, hypnotherapist & has a BSE in engineering from Princeton & a Harvard MBA. She is also a successful real estate broker, investor & business owner.

Mathematical Intuition

The article is interesting — but the real fun is in the self-test. Dots flash quickly on the screen, and you get to decide, based on the flash, whether there are nore blue or yellow ones. This is the very line between perception and intuition. You do see them, but they flash by so fast that you can’t count them. You must use some non-rational part of your brain to make the decision.

PS – I was very average — see if you can do better! 🙂

Basics – Gut Instinct’s Surprising Role in Math – NYTimes.com

Hollis Polk is a personal coach (www.888-4-hollis.com), who has been helping people create lives they love for 15 years, using neurolinguistic & hypnotherapy techniques, decision science, clairvoyance & the common sense learned in 20+ years of business. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, hypnotherapist & has a BSE in engineering from Princeton & a Harvard MBA. She is also a successful real estate broker, investor & business owner.

Comments on “Divinely Inspired Procrastination”

“I’ve put off many things, or begrudgingly gone thru with it, and discovered that:

1. The cost was less because I waited
2. A valuable person came along that was instrumental in the experience being wonderful
3. When I explored my dissatisfaction and went thru with it with resistance (but did it anyway from integrity), I realized
it wasn’t fulfulling and I had made up all kinds of stories about it. (is that dysfunctional expectation-ism?)”

– posted by Gina

“Great stories. I’ve found this to be the case almost any time I have that problem.

Divine Order rocks!”

– posted by Annie

Hollis Polk is a personal coach (www.888-4-hollis.com), who has been helping people create lives they love for 15 years, using neurolinguistic & hypnotherapy techniques, decision science, clairvoyance & the common sense learned in 20+ years of business. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, hypnotherapist & has a BSE in engineering from Princeton & a Harvard MBA. She is also a successful real estate broker, investor & business owner.

When I can’t make myself do something…

… it usually doesn’t need to be done.

A few months ago, I was planning a trip to a peace conference in Sydney. I wanted the trip to be self-supporting, and I have contacts there who could set me up to give workshops and readings, so it was really possible to make the trip pay for itself. But I just couldn’t make myself make all the necessary arrangements to do that. I kept putting it off, and putting it off, and feeling guiltier than all get out. And then the conference was canceled!

A month ago, I was invited to speak at the first-ever Wellness Coordinators’ Conference (65 people applied to speak, they accepted 15, so it was kind of an honor). It’s a business development opportunity, not one where they’re paying, not even paying expenses. (Okay, maybe I shouldn’t do it at all, but appearances usually pay for themselves in follow on business.)

I couldn’t make myself buy the air tickets to Phoenix. Just couldn’t do it. Every day it was on my ‘to do’ list. Every day, I’d carefully work around that particular item. It didn’t help that when my husband and I went to book tickets to the Midwest to see his Mom at Christmas, the tickets were literally 3 times what we’d paid a couple of years ago, and this was for red eye flights, with 2 stops, compared to day flights last time!

Finally, it occurred to me to call the conference organizer to ask if the conference was still on, before I booked the tickets. But I couldn’t make myself do that, either! Every day, for 6 business days, it was on my ‘to do’ list. Every day, I’d carefully work around that particular item.

I just now called the conference organizer. He said, “It’s a good thing you called — we’ve decided to postpone the conference till March. And actually, we decided that this morning.”

So procrastination, especially if you’re not typically a procrastinator, can be a good thing!

(Think about this a bit. If you can’t get yourself to do something, and can’t come up with a reason why, maybe it doesn’t need to be done.)

Hollis Polk is a personal coach (www.888-4-hollis.com), who has been helping people create lives they love for 15 years, using neurolinguistic & hypnotherapy techniques, decision science, clairvoyance & the common sense learned in 20+ years of business. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, hypnotherapist & has a BSE in engineering from Princeton & a Harvard MBA. She is also a successful real estate broker, investor & business owner.