Reclaiming Your Power to Discern

What exactly is it?

Discernment is a method to create value in everything we do , and seeing the world in terms of what we should be doing. This is how we can be more authentic to ourselves. It allows us to think more clearly and strive for the most optimal results. It certainly gives us the ability to think about possibilities. It is true that once upon the time, people didn’t have computers, and the web, nor any other form of technology… Thus, they were able to acquire sharp visions and assess current circumstances using what they had – discernment. It was a part of their task of resolving issues, and ought to be a normal part in the process of judging for the modern-day world. I discovered that in its psychology , people were able to use boundaries imposed through morals, beliefs, and other beliefs systems.

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The concept of discernment was originally thought of as a personal tool for scientific research. It allowed people to discover the truth of our world. In the context of common sense we can draw assumptions and come to an actionable conclusion about the possibilities available to us. It evaluates the extent and force of things. For instance, Christians believe that Discernment is a virtue, and it assists to bring wisdom into the choices we make and keeps us on a positive awareness and the path we take.

Have we lost it?

In the early days of the pioneering age, both genders were able to pinpoint their location without the aid of a GPS. It was possible to walk long distances towards a location without compasses. They were aware of where to find wild food sources and wild truckers on the way. Fishermen knew when it was likely to rain. Nature-lovers could discern if it was likely to become a scorching summer day or if the storm was coming. They were able to comprehend and understand the subtleties spoken by other people. They were able to discern and did so without the help of electronic devices.

The class of a primary school were once asked the teacher to answer questions, which were then answered in a innocent, but inaccurate manner, revealing what the pupils were actually comprised of. The children could no longer discern. They accepted the world around them based on someone else’s interpretation and instructions. ” Where does milk come from?” asked the teacher. ” Oh miss, everyone knows that milk comes from a carton at the supermarket!” was the first response. “OK. Who knows where money comes from?” Then she asked. “Miss, miss, me… me! My mother showed me that money comes from the hole in the wall just outside her bank. She calls it that – ‘the hole in the wall’.”

You could be forgiven to think this was a fabricated up and was an absurd joke, but no and it’s not. The question needs to be asked once more. Have we lost it?

Technology has revolutionized our lives and our disconnection from Mother earth, it has made us incapable of performing the things that our forefathers considered to be common knowledge and vital to living. In addition, there are a variety of mindless pursuits, like binge-watching mindless television shows or engaging in endless games on computers, and so on… that only serve to disconnect our brains from our bodies for a certain amount of time, which is why we’ve decided to stay in a vegetative state. This is one reason why we lose our sense of direction.

The future child will depend on technology such as the internet and similar to help them make the right choice. It will be more difficult to help them ‘discern’ the right way to go.

What can we do to return it?

Individual discernment isn’t a complicated one, but it has actions that one can take to attain an acceptable degree of discernment. Here are seven suggestions to help you regain your natural ability to discern:

  1. Do what you want to do without fear of the result. Whatever happens, will happen. Making a choice is more important than not taking any decision at all. If you’re right, then you’re on the right track. If not, you are able to rectify it and get back to where you were. Do not rush however, you must decide! Set a time limit for making a decision or else procrastination could set the stage for.
  2. Utilize both your head and your heart. It is crucial to pay attention to your emotions, while simultaneously looking into the viability of your proposed solution. Be aware. This will help you evaluate the options available to you. Each person has their own values system, which means that you’ll arrive at your own personal preference based on what is logical for your and is appropriate for you..
  3. Don’t let other people do the thinking of you. Take back your power and stand up for yourself.
  4. Be aware that when you are in an organization, e.g., committee you’re also considering each person else’s decision. Be sure to state clearly your feelings about the situation.
  5. Pay attention to your emotions. Are the words being spoken making you feel sick, or overwhelmed? This will be the guiding direction to the topic being discussed.
  6. Get an opinion from someone you trust and admire.
  7. If you’re a person that believes in the Power of Prayer, then make use of Prayer as a method to verify your beliefs.

Start by doing it on your own. No gadgets!

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