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  • Sebastien Grynko
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Follow your gut
Following one’s intuition

This is something which is not so easy to grasp and even when you do, it is not so easy to act upon.

I “struggle” with it.  I get so caught up into the thinking even though I know for a fact that the best answers don’t come through that door.

Have you guys ever been at peace, incredibly relaxed and all of sudden you get an idea, an inspiration an itch to do something...   I know a lot of you can relate to it.  
A few years ago, I went to Bali and Singapore with my parents and two brothers.  It was a family holiday trip which we had not done for more than 10 years.

Needless to say it was long overdue and we had a great time.   Besides the fun and the enjoyment, something interesting happened to me.


I was strictly on holiday.  I was not thinking about work.  I was not thinking about my goals.  What happened was that I was inspired.  I was getting ideas and directions that I am still pursuing to this day.

I was not really looking for any answers yet I got them.  I was feeling at peace and at ease.  I was truly relaxed and therefore my mind had enough energy to gather the inspiration I needed for the next part of my journey.

I remember this story which I read in the amazing book Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.  In the book, the author talks about an inventor whose job was just to sit in a quiet room and write down his ideas.


At the end of his career, this guy had hundreds of patents and he was just sitting down in a quiet room waiting for one intuition after another.

How can we develop these ‘aha’ moments ?

We need to quiet the mind as much as we possibly can.  Thoughts are the noise that perturb our quiet and distort our mind.

Let go of the fears and worries as well.  Give place only to gratitude, serenity and care.

Once we get to this state of mind, it is so powerful that if only we can let them work the way they ought to work.

Meditation helps a lot with that because it teaches you how to let go and still the mind.

Once the mind is still.  Your energy levels (happiness & joy) increase and then the new ideas, solutions and intuitions can flow freely.

If you are looking for a solution to a particular issue you might have.  Do not overthink it.

Gather all the information you need to resolve this issue.  Once you have all the information, just let go.  Be at peace and your mind will process all the information.

Your mind will give you the solution in its OWN time.  Do not force it.  Be patient.  If you are a meditator, you can meditate and once you are done, ask the question you need an answer to.

This can work instantly so be aware if you have been meditating for some time and know how to get to a peaceful state of mind easily.  Answers to your questions can come directly but don’t be worried if you cannot get anything.  It will come sooner or later if you allow your mind to be at peace. Scroll down for more.
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  • Ryan
    Ryan

    What if a person never actually has any gut instincts at all in the first place? And what if no solutions to problems ever come to mind? I know you said not to overthink of the solutions/problems and to let them come on their own time, but again what if those solutions never actually come?

    For example, I’ve been trying to find a fulfilling/fun/lucrative career and still haven’t found anything close. I’ve tried my best researching and then trying out different careers but still to this day, years have gone by and don’t feel any closer than when I started. Are we supposed to wait years upon years for solutions to finally show up ? I feel just as lost now if I’ll ever find a job/career that I like than when I first tried to find a rewarding career

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Sebastien Grynko

As a meditation teacher, a fitness & and muay thai fanatic/enthusiast with a taste for entrepreneurship. He decided to create a business which can combine all his passions and inspire people all over the world by helping people physically, mentally and spiritually to find their purpose, well-being and health to thrive and contribute to this world.

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