Here are some ideas that you will hopefully be able to put to good use. There are no random coincidences. Every event has meaning. You have got to pay attention to what's going on because if you don’t you can totally fail to notice something really important. It is very easy to get into the habit of coasting along following your day to day habits and routines, half asleep to what’s happening around you.
That “little voice inside your head” which is commonly called intuition is always ready to give you useful insights about what is going on around you. Sometimes you even get what you might call an “A-ha moment” when suddenly a big idea becomes clear to you. Intuition is defined as a direct perception of truth, fact, etc., independent of any reasoning process. All too often these “golden” insights go unnoticed or maybe ignored. Either you are caught up in habits and routines or it’s just the din of the constant stream of conversation going on in your head that totally drowns out the voice of intuition.
This virtually non-stop stream of thoughts is locally generated in your own personal bio-computer also known as a brain. “Intuition” is when you pick up an idea from the network, to put it in computer terms. This gives a whole new perspective to the idea of cloud computing (cloud computing is the use of computing resources - hardware and software - that are delivered as a service over a network). You may call it higher consciousness or another term but the computer network analogy is a good fit. You’re always connected to the “network” but there are usually so many local software programs running that nothing but locally generated and accumulated data is noticed.
That’s why so many personal development experts recommend regular meditation. The intent of meditation is to help you “turn-off” the continuous processing of local information so that you have a few moments to make a conscious connection with the network. In meditation, you can slow down locally running programs so they don’t control the full processing power of your bio-computer. This process will help increase your ability to receive information directly from the network and also helps reenergize your nervous system.
There are many implications if you accept this computer network model. It means that on some level you can always tap into a network encompassing consciousness and knowledge on a Universal level. Now, consider the concept that every thought in your head also goes out to the network and like a Google query on a Universal scale, the network will work to provide an answer.
Two things become clear. Not only should you always be expectantly paying attention so you don’t miss the answers, you better try to make sure you send out requests for things you really want. Whatever you focus on – wanted or unwanted – is what is going to come back to you. This is why the best tip of all is to consistently work on programming your bio-computer to send out positive vibrations!