BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, December 12th, 2014 by Stuart Wilde in SIXTH SENSE

“We derive security from logic. We plan and think, and hope we have covered all the bases. But the insecurity of logic and left-brain thinking disempowers us. Logic operates in a linear way; it can’t see around corners. At best, it can only make an educated guess. So it worries all the time. As soon as you fix one worry, along comes another in your mind. Logic allows you to fall prey to the forces of control – using your insecurity to keep you scared and weak. These forces mold you in the direction they want to go selling you stuff as you dutifully trot along.

The only REAL security is in energy and the use of your subtle feelings. It’s a logic that isn’t logical, a part of the natural etheric power within you. It comes to you as impressions, extrasensory perceptions, and subtle feelings. It is the only way you will ever be certain. You know everything is well because your FEELINGS tell you it is so. Once your feelings are well-honed, they are almost never wrong.”

Stuart Wilde, in “The Sixth Sense”

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