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Remembering to Use Your Intuition

This post was written by Carrie Obry
on November 19, 2009 | Comments (1)

Tune HimDating can be such a tricky game. It too often seems that each sex is innately wired to drive the other a mild form of crazy. Too often, indirect communication and clever one-upsmanship are common ways in which men and women communicate. How often are wonderful first dates never followed up on? How often do women call their friends to help them decipher what a man “really” means?

On top of all that, there’s the little question of your own level of interest to contend with when it comes to dating. Is he really the potential partner worth fussing about? When a lot of the people you know are married, does it become difficult to trust your own instincts?

Servet Hasan’s new book Tune Him In, Turn Him On offers a unique new perspective on this dilemma. Next time, when dating has you down, before calling your friends, and before crafting a clever little email sure to get his attention, turn it all off and check in with yourself. Sit still, meditate, and think deeply about the situation from a spiritual perspective.

Servet Hasan says “When it comes to love, men, and relationships, our most valuable resource gets buried beneath layers of preconceived, linear thinking.” That is, of course, our intuition. Intuition seems to be an underused tool in relationships, both for single people and those in long-term relationships.

Does your intution help you tune into and better relate with the person you are dating? Does your intuition help you create a stable and strong relationship?

Reader Comments

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Written By Alexandra
on April 24th, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

Apart from intuition I think it is important not to be a victim of bad choices. One needs to learn to pick the right kind of partner. Have a look at thing article in this blog:
http://beatrizcastilloblog.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/emotional-predators-the-pattern/

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