Intuition and the Creation of a Better World

Finser, Torin

Where do decisions come from? For me at least, they have a mysterious quality. It is hard to determine what is really happening in the moment in which an individual makes a decision. There is certainly an important element of preparation, but the second in which one realizes a decision there is a magical element at work. There is an intuitive quality to the act, and intuition is connected to the will, the motivational aspect of our constitution. It is as if we dive into the lake of decision and really know what we have come to only a split second after we emerge on the surface. Decisions are bigger, more encompassing than we realize, and our consciousness grasps just a portion of what was really at work in the act of deciding.

Torin M. Finser School Renewal: A Spiritual Journey for Change, p. 144

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