There are many questions in life for which there are no set answers. Sometimes these questions are so complex or have such diverging opinions on answers that they just raise more questions.
This makes most of us are constantly question ourselves rather than trust our instincts.
We tend to overthink every detail, keeping our minds outward rather than inward which kills creativity and the present moment.
As we find our, meditative focus we realize it is not to answer questions but to stimulate new ones.
to move forward. to challenge conventional thoughts. to keep ourselves wondering
Meditation is often useful in helping people to search inside for the real meanings.
but Plant the seeds, then let the universe work out the details.
Maybe what you want is a certain answer or guide but you aren’t meditating with the purpose of attaining the idea. You can have the thought that your meditation is awakening ideas but after that thought is planted, like seeds in the garden, you just let it grow. No digging it up to see if it’s growing. Just trust that it will grow—that your idea is already sprouting.
Intuition arises from unconscious, or spontaneous, information-processing systems, and it plays an important role in how we think or reason. Experienced meditators know that they develop a heightened awareness and they begin to see a series of spontaneous right choices in their lives. This self-trust and the truth fosters the freedom to follow your intuition without judging the process.
“Stillness is where creativity and solutions to problems are inititated and flow is where we are free to follow our insticts....