If you are an introvert and especially an intuitive introvert, then there are many things that will drain your energy, such as talking, crowds, or people too much in your own space, and even sex or simply being forced to do what your feminine instinct of intuition is screaming for you not to. In the end, you will have to listen to your own inward voice, your heart, as to what is right or not for you, for going against it, you not only live in that mechanical wasteland of the too-rational head, but it is also a source of real physical illness.
image; The gate of a new life — Conceiving BY AmandineVanRay
When working intuitively creatively, never overthink your decisions, for it will do nothing but paralyse you, stopping you in your tracks.
But rather, realize that you don’t know anything, and, like Nature, like wild chamomile flowers which don’t need instructions on how to grow, simply give yourself over to the flow of whatever occurs to you at the spontaneous Intuitive moment, and you are on the way to Self-realization. This is a Feminine mystery.
No two mystic experiences are alike, each time it is a new and never previously lived impact of archetypal dreams, visions, and intuitive insights, the Feminine Mystery of the Divine.
Hence, books or religions that insist on interpreting what an experience should be, cut short your very own spontaneous occurrence so that it doesn’t come directly to you from Intuition, and are thus more of a hindrance than help in becoming ‘transparent to transcendence’, in pitching you beyond all names, forms, and concepts, beyond the field of duality to where the threshold Tree is growing, that inward Eternal Garden of unity, unity with the Mystery of Soul that is the living, breathing, interconnecting Web of Life within yourself, the Earth, and the intelligent Universe that we really are.
As long as we remember not to get stuck on patriarchy’s scriptures, books or worshipping icons and gurus but use them as metaphors to be pitched beyond them, beyond ourselves, referring first, to a Mystery of inward illumination from our Centre of Being, and then Seeing It reflected in all creation, we can finally understand the impact of a joyful embrace of the Divine as a mystic experience, as in the words of Sufi mystic Al-Hallaj, ‘I saw my Lady with the eye of the heart, I asked, ‘Who are You?’ She replied, ‘You.’