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The #Mind consist of three,

The #Brain, for the #Thought.
The #Heart, for the #Emotion.
The #Intuition. for the Direction.
The brain is a quantum computer,
along with body management, and processes.
it has the receiver, of which we tune,
for inspirations, thoughts, and memories,
the dots, the connections, the relations and translations.
it has an antenna, that need to be maintained.
it's the PORTall.
The heart is the power source,
beside all the body functions,
it beats, re-beat, make sense of energy.
for the feeling, the value, and meaning.
it generates and regulate,
spin and spend, Emotion,
as you pay a tension. to the EM ocean
to open it, is to be connected to the source.
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1-We have been talking about #Mantras and their place in the #Vedic #Tradition.

Today, let’s dwell on the #Shakti Mantras – quite perhaps the most #esoteric and #Powerful entities in their own right. (1/19)

2-A word of caution here.

Shakti Mantras are like an Atomic Bomb

They are extremely powerful

..and should be practiced with due consideration, initiation and guidance by your #Guru and under your full #Intuition. (2/19)

@ijyotish @shashankupadhy_

3-Fundamentally, Shakti Mantras are extremely powerful, mono or single syllabled mantras.

In the higher Yogic practices they have a special usage. (3/19)

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When to trust your #intuition, when not to?

Before we look at the answer, let's look at what Intuition is...

#Intuition, is not an occult gift. It is a skill...a skill of recognising patterns. When you're cycling, you get an feeling that if you do not tilt your handle by 7 degrees, you're going to fall - Intuition is just expanded version of that feeling.
If Intuition is a skill, it must have characteristics of skill:
1) A skill is developed through a nested loop of [(trial n error) +(quick feedback) + (tinkering or course correction). I have illustrated this earlier through this Tweet...

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Here's the thing about decision-making that so many overlook. U need your skill/expertise of course. As u execute (think/analyze), u have a constant, simultaneous inner dialogue re yr belief+confidence in what u are contemplating. #decisionmaking #confidencefactor
This feeling of whether what u r thinking is right or not is 1)required to make a decision 2)foundation on which u make the decision 3)an emotion. AND, u can make it explicit. U can become conscious of how those beliefs+feelings r creating decision context. #affectiveprediction
Doing so interrupts biases - especially confirmation bias. It helps dilute the need to be right. It can also interrupt recency bias. Understanding what u r feeling+why goes further than any other method to circumvent the #biases of #behavioralfinance. #competitiveedge
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Saturn turns direct on Wednesday September 18th at 4:46 am eastern time in the sign of Capricorn and this is a very big deal. 🌟 We will be feeling the energetic affects of this cosmic movement all week long from the Saturn slow down, to the pause and then direct forward movement
2. Just as reminder when any planet turns direct or retrograde it is not really moving backwards or pausing in the sky. Retrograde or direct is an energy change we feel because of the planet's position to Earth and how it is moving around the Sun. When a planet is in retrograde
3. the energetics give us time to pause, review, re-assess, re-do, revamp, reclaim various aspects and areas of our life. Make adjustments so that when the planet moves forward again we can also move forward, break a stall and get going in some area of life. Retrograde periods
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Last month a friend asked me "what's the best resource you've read thus far on human decision-making?" 1/
After thinking about it, I decided to recommend her one of the first such resources I ever encountered, seven years ago: Doug Hubbard (@hubbardaie)'s How to Measure Anything. 2/…
While I don't agree with every word of it, How to Measure Anything is quite possibly the most important and useful book I've ever read on any topic. Here's why. 3/
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