Each moment is presenting us with a choice; we can either live life caught up in the mind, thinking of the past and future, or we can live life, as it is presented to us, ‘now’.
There’s a difference between trying and doing. One involves a master controller. To control life too much often results in meeting obstacles due to us becoming ‘out of sync’ with the natural harmony and flow of life. This way of living, in my experience, is exhausting.
The intuition is like an inner voice or guide. Where it distinctly differs from the thinking mind, however, is in the area of ‘all knowing’. The mind can accumulate lots of facts, opinions, conclusions, and perceptions, but it cannot ‘know’ the many variants within both the seen and unseen worlds, at the same time. Our intuition can.
Many conflicts manifest through a striving to attain peace. Yet, the absence of peace has seemingly become the focus, instead of peace itself.