Corporate Health by Intuition
Creating a conscious culture to serve the greater good through intuitive, value-driven leadership
Human beings are made up of three components: mind, body, and energy. When these three components are balanced, we are healthy, vibrant, motivated, centered, and calm. When they’re not balanced, we’re not either.
Our energy is our essence. It fuels us with intrinsic motivation and zest for our projects in life. It makes us feel full of energy, balanced, and complete. It is an essential component in the make up of human existence, yet it is one that needs to receive the direct attention it deserves to allow us to thrive.
Health by Intuition focuses directly on energy and the innate wisdom attached to it: our intuition. Our intuition is the voice of our core essence; it always wants what is best for us and is always in line with the greater good.
Connecting with our intuition brings instant inner calm, connectedness, and confidence. When we bring this into a work setting, people stop making decisions based in fear and start following their inner strength and values.
The lack of fear creates space for more presence, more abundance, and clearer communication. The connectedness and sense of calm foster creativity, productivity, and intrinsic motivation. This has a ripple effect both within the company and with clients.
The best part is the benefits don’t end at work. This deeper intuitive connection spills over into our personal lives with its calm and connectedness. We are able to make decisions of greater benefit to our family and find a healthier work/life balance because of increased focus and productivity at work.
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 Rochelle Myers in the book Intuition in Organizations Leading and Managing Productively, note:
“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.