Monday, October 3, 2011

wise up.



Access Your Inner Guide



Many spiritual paths exalt the development of wisdom as a quality far greater than book knowledge. Wisdom combines intelligence, intuition and experience. Self-knowledge, sincerity and service are hallmarks of a wise person—who might show up in the form of a small child or an aged sage.


Here’s a fun way to seek wisdom in your life: Write down a question on a piece of paper and place it on your altar or in a special place. Meditate and ask for wisdom and trust that you will be provided with guidance. Throughout your day, be aware of how your environment gives you subtle (or not so subtle) clues to your question. You may receive an email, stumble upon a book or have a conversation that offers valuable feedback. At the end of the day, reflect on the signs you’ve received and open the paper. Wisdom is at your fingertips!

 
Recommended: Toward Wisdom by Copthorne Macdonald
http://www.yogamint.com/

2 comments:

Nini said...

Of course I LOVE this post!

Emily w/Amazing Grapes said...

I just wrapped a bible study in James that talks about wisdom and how we just have to ask for it without doubting and He'll give it to us.

Great reminder, if only I'd stop doubting. haha

Emily w/Amazing Grapes