In other words: Do you have thoughts/feelings about something and get carried away with the thoughts and begin to believe and perceive them as intuition? If so, how do you deal with this?

I want to know the difference between random thoughts and intuition. Any ideas?


asked 17 Nov '11, 17:00

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edited 17 Nov '11, 17:03

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IQ Robot ♦

Random thoughts are generated from your mind coming from consciousness. Intuition is coming from your higher self and sub-conscious/non-conscious wisdom. That's the biggest difference. Intuition comes from a spiritual place, random thought comes from your conscious nature of the physical mind feed bu the soul.

love n light



answered 17 Nov '11, 18:50

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TReb Bor yit-NE

edited 18 Nov '11, 05:30

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Don't understand the last bit: physical mind feed bu the soul.

(18 Nov '11, 05:31) Eddie

well i ment by the soul lol, but what i ment by that is that the mind is givenm signals form teh soul in genral and non spicific matters. Sorry lol

(18 Nov '11, 14:12) TReb Bor yit-NE

figure 8 shape you should know the diference it is easy to notice. if it is not something that you would normally think about. example: in the morning you look at the clouds and say it looks like a tornado. and at the end of the day you ear on the news there has been many report of tornado in usa.

well experience and enjoy.


answered 18 Nov '11, 00:02

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white tiger

edited 18 Nov '11, 16:21

random thoughts are most likely vestiges of prior contemplations,
whether physical, emotional or spiritual.
how pure/relative they are now may need to be revisited and updated,
since all is in flux and ever changing


answered 18 Nov '11, 00:37

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well fred things do not change as much has you think. look at anny people that you have know for a long time. and if you trully know them you can know all what is going to be said by them when someone talk with them. because they always think and act the same and do the same choice. and that apply to many people. experience and enjoy.

(18 Nov '11, 01:41) white tiger

white tiger, a tiger may not change his stripes on the outside but could if motivated develop by leaps and bounds on the inside. focusing on the light instead of darkness is one way

(19 Nov '11, 01:54) fred

well fred the tiger has both light and darness inside in perfect harmony.Yin/Yang Principle

  One look at the magnificent coat of a Tiger reveals much as the black stripes that are overlaid against the backdrop of orange/rust coloring suggests a certain duality.  In nature when there is such a significant contrast, this will often indicate a duplicity of meaning and/or purpose.
(20 Nov '11, 06:56) white tiger

For the Tiger, this contrasting of patterns and colors suggests the Yin/Yang principle. Yin/Yang is the concept that all things in life are balanced via opposites and these opposites are equal halves of the whole. Female/Male, white/black, light/dark, are all examples of this polarity that is the basic foundation of this concept. Therefore, when looking at the Tiger Totem and its beautiful coat of mixed patterns and colors, it becomes evident that this is a creature being that possesses the balance of energies we may understand best as Yin/Yang.

(20 Nov '11, 06:57) white tiger

As an animal totem, Tiger will walk beside the two-legged who is one of extremes in nature, feelings, and temperament. These are the individuals who run either hot or cold, full of passion or completely detached, there are very few periods of lukewarm for the Tiger Soul.

(20 Nov '11, 06:57) white tiger

The challenge for these two-legged's is in finding the balance between extremes and understanding that the two halves are not contradictions of one another, but parts of an integrate Whole. By experiencing first one facet of life, feeling and being then the “opposite", the Tiger learns the importance of Balance.

(20 Nov '11, 06:58) white tiger

Often times, the two legged with Tiger as an Animal Totem, will walk through the flames of hell and back several times during their lifetime. Many painful lessons will be encountered wherein he/she will expend themselves to the point of exhaustion and utter depletion, to then arise like the Phoenix out of their own ashes and begin a new cycle of growth and learning. Life for these souls is experienced whole heartedly and experiences which may discourage other less motivated individuals are frequently perceived by the Tiger individual as a challenge to be met head on and conquered.

(20 Nov '11, 06:59) white tiger

When the two-legged with this awesome Animal Spirit comes to recognize the necessity of balance and harmony, the result is a wonderfully integrated human being. In so merging with the higher octave of Yin/Yang energy, the Tiger Soul embraces his/her inheritance of true Power and Integration.

(20 Nov '11, 06:59) white tiger

be the circle.move away from duality. fred.

(20 Nov '11, 07:02) white tiger

white tiger, thank yo,u that has been the ogbect for the past several years.

(21 Nov '11, 00:29) fred
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