The Lesson of Intuition and Happiness

One of the many things I’ve learned (still learning) is about listening to my intuition. It is one of many gifts given by The Almighty to us. Intuition is there not to appear as right or wrong (although we use these terms a lot), but rather to appear as a significant signs about what is coming, aligning, approaching or attaching to our being. What is appear to be right or wrong is just how we perceive it. After all, right or wrong is just another lesson to learn.

I remember she read this book. I don't exactly remember the author or the book title but I remember the cartoon.

I remember she read this book. I don’t exactly remember the author or the book title but I remember the cartoon.

So today I had opportunity to listen when my intuition was talking to me. The earlier plan I had was to drive back home from the hospital and not to stop by at any shopping malls. However, it didn’t happen the way I planned it because few hundred meter from a shopping mall, I had a huge attraction to visit a book store located in the mall. What I did was; I listened to my intuition.

About less than 30 minutes, I reached the book store and started to look for Reiki Healing book. I couldn’t find the book I want so I decided to ask the customer services and I found the reason I was there.

It was not the book I’m looking for but it was my long lost friend. She stood there screaming my name and I responded by screaming her name! The last time I saw her was in 1999. I told her that she kept coming into my thoughts recently and I do wish and imagine that I meet her again. Not just that, I explained the belief she has about happiness back in 1998 sounded crap to me at that time but now I was doing the same thing she did in 1998. I valued the experiences that I had with her even we are just a friend. I saw how she built her happiness from a book by Andrew Matthews. I witnessed her morning routine (exercise and jogging). I stared at her when she talked about happiness. Oh yes, once upon a time, I was very ordinary and skeptical about people being happy.

I’m glad that I found her. I hope she forgive me for being a skeptic before. As I always say, everyone we meet is a teacher. She was a teacher to me back in 1998/99 and she is a teacher to me today. The lesson I’ve learned from her is be happy, the rest is just life.

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