Some of the things I like to discuss here are responsibility and personal integrity. Remaining true to your own beliefs and trusting your inner voice is the best way to be responsible to yourself and to the world. I started a blog named CosmicTuesdays, and I said I was going to post at least once a week. And there were times when I thought I had nothing to say, I sat down at the computer, trusted my intuition and the next thing I knew, I had something to post.
This week, my intuition told me “Nope. Nothing to say this week.”
And I said, “Excuse me?”
But if I am championing intuition, then I stand by what my intuition has offered me this week: nothing.
It’s not like I simply goofed off. I had a few ideas. I tried to write about three potential themes, but after a couple of short paragraphs, after trying several versions of each topic, one by one they curled up in a ball and took a nap. Didn’t flow. I thought of doing an “odds & ends” posting, with three short topics, but I knew these particular topics had more to say… they just weren’t talking to me right now. Torturing them would not have yielded any useful information. And I would have gone against my own beliefs about intuition.
This can be a tricky place for me. I tend to be lazy, I tend to procrastinate, but I also believe there is such a thing as proper timing. So am I truly in touch with my intuition and have nothing to say, or am I copping out? Is this a personal test, to see if I am willing to walk-it-like-I-talk-it and follow my intuitive response? Once again, logic and linear thinking start trying to bully intuition. But intuition has to be trusted. Without faith, intuition is weak and ineffectual. To blindly follow the rules I chose to set up would permit logic & reason to bully me. I considered copping out and posting something about “being on vacation this week,” but that would have been a lie.
I go out on a limb for intuition this week. I have nothing to say.
And it’s ok.