June 23, 2017-Emotions and intuition

Hello June,

Is listening to our inner voice the best thing to get ahead in life?

Is it a voice to be trusted?

How do we know it is not a voice of fear or confusion and it is something that will take us to the next step?

Well, you can guess from the results, to begin with.

Any way to escape from a pitfall?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotion#/media/File:Plutchik-wheel.svgpe a pitfall?

Hmm, from my experience it should feel good.

Meaning, like when you try a new pair of shoes and your feet feel comfortable inside, almost as if you didn’t wear any shoes at all.

At ease 🙂

So what does might say for me?

That emotions can be a source of power and being hurt is the other side of being connected, and thus, powerful 😉

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotion#/media/File:Plutchik-wheel.svg

February 18, 2016: day 21 out of 60 day challenge- should I trust my feelings?

Hello February,

should I trust my emotions regarding a person, or my head? Or just give more time? I refer to people of course, potential love interests, friends, colleagues…

Sometimes people might seem nice and we start hanging around. Then there is an uneasy feeling about something. I say, may be I was picky that day. Then I find this feeling again. If this person doesn’t make me feel good should I withdraw? Where did the likeability go?

Is there something in the recipe which is not so good or should we try again?

You see, in London, I don’t know so many people, so I jump at the opportunity to make new friends and acquaintances. But spending time with just anybody, might not be the best thing for either.

We should make each other feel good most of the time no?

What would you say?

Feelings Are Much Like Waves We Cant Stop Them From Coming But We Can Choose Which One To Surf - Feeling Quote

http://www.thequotepedia.com/quotes/feeling/page/7/

October 7, 2015- Talking to my potential flatmates

Hello October,

no, I haven’t met any of my potential flatmates… yet! We have become Facebook friends, we talked on the phone -it is so good that what’s up, Skype and viber exist!- I have looked at their pictures as babies, with their grandfather, on top of the China wall, diving, etc…

It is as if I knew them. One of them, who is French, told me he has a girlfriend who is very “expressive” in their private moments as a couple, and asked me the distance between the flat’s bedrooms. So that the noise will not bother the other tenants. I just don’t understand why not look for a studio in that case.

Another one is a beautiful young woman who seems very active, travelling around the world. Would I feel insecure if I bring a boyfriend in the house?

A third is a Polish who is told me he is looking for something worth while for his money. A notion difficult to decide.

A third is a woman in her 40s who is very much into cleanness. A baby sitter. A specialist in information technology.

Someone else asked me how am I ready to share a flat with an unknown person. Well, I will trust my intuition. After all, in some parts of the world people get even married without having met each other. Sometimes, they are happier than those who knew each other long ago. Best friends go on holidays together and they end up fighting.

The thing is, I am still in Paris, so I can’t meet them before the end of the week.

So, strangers could be great. I am into trying something new.

Please October, help me with a tip!

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http://www.wnol.info/new-c4-documentary-about-finding-the-perfect-flatmate/