Intuition (continued)
From these experiences, my interest in intuitive and mystic things grew. I started searching the source of the inner voices. I could make out that when we work very hard and seriously on any subject, our unconscious mind takes out the crux and present the inferences. These inferences comes handy when we take up similar subjects.
 
From a theosophy book on intuition, I found some prerequisite qualities for development of such abilities e.g. genuine intention to help others, compassion, selflessness, purity of heart, faith in higher powers, positive attitude etc. I did not learn any techniques for development of intuitive faculties. The fact remains that these attributes got developed within me naturally as I passed through various events of real life.
 
I resort to intuitive ways only when I am more than convinced that the person has real and serious issues and deserves my intervention in exploring remedies for him. I do it only in very serious cases. Because, I consider it equal to 'tempering with the natural course of realization of Karma.'
 
If I, try to explain the phenomena of intuition session, its difficult. I do not follow any set procedure.I just make the person comfortable and open up. I maintain very calm and repeatedly pray within me and to the higher power that pervades all "to help me help the person if I am instrumental in the process of his well-being"
 
The surprising things I could see during these intuition sessions led me to learn trusting the efficacy of inner voice even when it is beyond logic.
 
I could make out that there is a state of our being when the logical mind goes dormant and one can penetrate through other domains of life. Other domains are areas or fields made up of vibrations and frequencies. These frequencies are beyond the reach of the sense organs that we possess in our physical body. This is the reason, we are unable to catch those things with the logical mind.