Those with an Intellectual Controller, Intellectual Expert and Intellectual Lateral Thinker SolePath are curious and connected. This means that they are an intellectual person who is curious, needs process, is unique and is kind.
Language is responsible for clear communication and successful interactions with others. Language helps you understand and cope with emotions, and it is the genesis of critical thinking, problem solving and decision making. Language helps you make sense of your experiences and the world around you.
Your conscious use of specific vocabulary brings about positive changes in your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. There are words, affirmations, intentions and prayers that really resonate with you and help you approach things from your soul perspective. These are important at any time and can really help you cope with any negative thoughts, feelings or behaviours.
Words are pockets of energy, and word that resonates with the Intellectual SolePath is ‘think’, rather than ‘feel’. For example, you could ask, ‘did you think this through?’ or ‘what do you think?’ This word really helps you respond to situations from an intellectual perspective.
For Intellectuals, ‘think’ is a word that you can use to connect to your wisdom and your higher self.
An ‘I Am’ statement is a way to align with Universal energy and God. It reminds you of who you are and how you want to feel. An affirmation is a positive statement, confirming something to be true. Affirmations can be introduced consciously or sub-consciously. For example, they can be introduced through artwork, audio, or even video recordings.
For Intellectuals, the ‘I Am’ affirmation is:
I am intellectual, and I am curious and connected, and I choose to be kind.
An intention is a guiding principle in life, a target to aim for. In medicine, intention is recognized as the process for healing. Once again, you could introduce the intention through artwork, audio, or video recordings.
For Intellectuals, the intention is:
My intention is to live as a kind, gentle, curious and connected person who uses inner power and energy to make life better.
Prayer is spiritual communion with the soul or higher self; an appeal or request to live in a state of grace.
An additional prayer for you is:
I breathe in generosity, and I breathe out withholding. I breathe in kindness, and I breathe out restriction.
Knowing this, contributes to understanding yourself at a deep level, and helps you to become the best version of yourself that you can be. Walking the path to purpose and a beautiful life.
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Author: Dr. Debra Ford Msc.D.
Dr. Debra is one of the world’s foremost experts in metaphysical energy. She has a doctorate in metaphysical science and is a metaphysical philosophy teacher. She is an ordained minister and member of the American Metaphysical Doctors Association and the Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry.
Dr. Debra’s SolePath is Inspirational Teacher and Spiritual Mystic. It is this SolePath that allows her to connect, create and communicate the original SolePath body of work.
Dr. Debra’s work is based on the Tao. She is the author of 17 books including ‘SolePath the path to purpose and a beautiful life‘, ‘Daily Pulse, rhythm of the Tao‘ and her children’s book ‘Emilia Rose and the rainbow adventure’.
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What is Metaphysics? It is one of the main branches of philosophy (along with epistemology, logic, ethics) and deals with the nature of existence, truth and knowledge.
What is SolePath? Everyone is born with a SolePath. It is your unique, individual Spiritual Personality Profile. ‘Sole’ because it is solely about you. ‘Path’ because it guides you on your life’s journey.
Grateful thanks to Dr. Janice Brown for the wonderful blog images.