I have been touring the country, doing Q&As after screenings of my film PGS – intuition is your Personal Guidance System.
I get some interesting questions. The film throws up so many questions. Many are very similar –
How did making the film change you?
Who in the movie had the greatest impact on you?
How do you start becoming more intuitive?
Where are the toilets?
But I got thrown a real curly one after the Adelaide screening the other night.
Is your conscience a part of your intuitive system?
Here’s how I responded – and I’d like your feedback on this because I’ve since had other thoughts on it. Here’s what I said:
Conscience is a judgement mechanism, and intuition doesn’t judge.
Conscience is a function of a moral code, which comes through a learned experience.
Intuition doesn’t come through a learned experience, it simply IS.
Later, I thought more about this:
Conscience tries to tell you what’s right or wrong – but associated with that is guilt.
We talk about having a “guilty conscience.”
There’s no guilt associated with intuition.
Conscience is a construct. We aren’t born with a conscience – it’s acquired through the influence of social, familial, cultural, political and/or religious forces.
We are born with an intuitive system already in place. It’s not acquired. It’s part of our energetic system that we incarnate with.
Conscience acts through our intellect.
Intuition acts outside of our intellect.
Them’s me thoughts on it. Tell me if I’m wrong – I’d like to open this up to discussion…