Corporate Health by Intuition
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. We will not solve the problems of the world from the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. More than anything else, this new century demands new thinking: We must change our materially based analyses of the world around us to include broader, more multidimensional perspectives.”Albert Einstein
Bringing intuitive connection into the workplace
In our fast paced world filled with infinite options and stimuli that pull us in every direction, what we truly need is to reconnect with ourselves: feel our vital energy, rest in our inner calm, and listen to that part that always wants and knows what is best for us, our intuition.
When we connect with our intuitive wisdom, it shows us exactly what we need to feel good right now, to make healthier choices, and to make decisions in line with our core values. Then we can rest in the trust and knowing that decisions based on our core values benefit us as individuals and everyone around us.
When we begin to make decisions based on our intuition, we spend less time and energy second guessing because we know that what we chose feels right. The less time we spend thinking about other possibilities, the more time we spend in the present.
In this state of presence, we are in our flow state. This is the state where creativity and ideas simply flow through us. We are more productive and more efficient. We know when our bodies and minds need a break to recharge and we follow their intuition to stay balanced.
The best part is, the balance and presence we gain from connecting with our intuition doesn’t end at work, it carries over to our personal lives. Everyone around us benefits from us being present: us as individuals, our coworkers, our clients, and our families.
The more we connect within, the more balanced and whole we feel,
and the more we radiate health and energy in everything we do.
Ways to bring the benefits of intuition to your workplace
Unlike many other corporate wellness offerings, Health by Intuition is not a one-size fits all, scheduled meditation program.
Health by Intuition offers interactive and personalized experiences to learn how to connect with and follow our intuition more on a daily basis, bringing more connection and balance into every aspect of our lives. We do this through talks, workshops, and individual sessions that tap into the personal power and inner wisdom of each participant.
Health by Intuition offers workshops to help leadership teams reconnect with their intuition, serving them as individuals, as a team, and as conscious leaders of the workplace.
Reconnect with Your Intuition and Unlock Your Fullest Potential
Inner connection, Productivity, and Flow
Intuitive Decision Making for the Greater Good
These workshops have been intuitively designed and are tailored to the specific needs of each workplace.
One to One Sessions
Health by Intuition offers individually-led sessions to deep dive into your intuitive connection. Each session brings calm, clarity, and renewed trust in all your decisions. In these sessions, you will experience and learn how your intuition speaks to you, relax and recharge in the calm and balance it brings, and receive its most important messages for you right now.
One to one options:
Sessions are client-led and focus on concrete issues at hand while strengthening intuitive connection and bringing inner calm at the same.
What science says about intuition
Lisa Miller, PhD and professor at Columbia University, researches “awakened awareness,” in other words, being in touch with your intuition. Lisa says:
“There is in life a power, a consciousness, a dynamism that is greater than human control. When we acknowledge that we are navigating the skies, sailing the high seas, and not controlling life, we make far more profitable, ethical, and sustainable decisions.”
“When we looked at over 5,000 young adults, we found that the character strengths and virtues, grit, optimism, don’t sort evenly amongst us. They cluster up in the same young employees. Why is that? It’s because actually we’re looking at a singular strength, which is character. And character is the natural outcome of awakened awareness [i.e., intuition]. It hinges on a felt sense of connection, of possibility, and that hope isn’t an idea, but it’s built into the fabric of life.”
Michael Ray and Michelle Myers in their book Intuition in Organizations: Leading and Managing Productively write:
“Individuals who rely on their intuition in their decisions make more profitable decision than those who do not.”
Intuition researchers and PhDs Debbie Shirley and Janice Langan-Fox posit:
“In day-to-day lives and particularly in business settings, individuals face more alternatives than ever before and now seem to have less time to devote to the decision-making process. These conditions make intuitive judgement an important skill.”
Jonathan Haidt, a researcher at NYU’s Stern School of Business, and colleagues write:
“Most of the action in moral judgment is in rapid, automatic moral intuitions.”
In other words, most of our moral decisions are based on intuition as opposed to reasoning.