Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Loray Rover Greenbelt , MD, US

Posted: 2018-06-09

Loray Rover Greenbelt, Maryland 



The Thirteenth Step toward Riches


Mom,Dad, grandparents, brothers, sisters, referring to my family and friends as well my colleges has basically used the “thirteenth principle maybe more than realizing this is SIXTH SENSE an infinite Intelligence.   There is no set timing so this possibly app to automatically signal, not something needed on our own part or expected by us.


Here what I do know instead of “indulging tons of hours in recent books and blogs”, our own resource maybe already at our finger tips (McKay).These are aha moments, how natural, have you heard about intuition, yes a Mother’s intuitions or Father’s as both parents take part in in their children lives my husband did and still does take part in our children lives, their grown now but it is parents SIXTH SENSE. this a gut feeling?


I know we all been told at one time in our lives to listen to our gut feelings when it comes to parenting.  Because this may or may not have been a favorite some have shun a more “concrete” approach known as intuition (McKay).


Knowing as a Mom for what I do know it can be a tug on your stomach that sends all kinds of communications that something not right.  Lots of times we act on these feelings only to find out were correct.


A “Psychologists frequently used two methods of knowing says Eileen Kennedy-Moore, Ph.D., author of Smart Parenting for Smart Kids.

The rational way of knowing is based on logic. The emotional way is based on gut feelings." Mother's intuition is an example of "emotional knowing" – and it's legit.

But Hill says in the cell-structure of the brain, has discovered an organ, receives vibration of thought normally means hunches isn’t this the same as intuition?


There are different types of intuition in which a British researcher Julie Gore and Eugene Sadler-Smith pinpointed four types of intuition: problem solving, social, creative, and moral as each can be relevant to parenting.


Problem solving


Given a mother’s distinctive understanding of her child, she has a reliable beginning that nobody is able to copy.  In other words there is not another person like you.  Just like, There is no one Holy like the Lord 1Sam 2:2




Most times it can be difficult in explaining mother’s tend to know when something just not right. “This kind of intuition is what guides a lot of our emotionally-driven decisions in parenting," says Dr. Kennedy-Moore. "You may justify the decision afterwards, based on logic or facts, but the initial response is a gut feeling."




Here what I do know mother’s have a sharp eye on their childern all the time even when they are not in direct view.  Eventually, they are capable of reading their childern better than anyone else.  “This involves a non-conscious process of taking in verbal and nonverbal cues, plus combining it with our own emotional experience, to determine how someone else might be feeling or what they might be thinking," says Dr. Kennedy-Moore. Childern do not have to tell us that it's time for a break or a nap. Mother’s just know.  




At the time a change is taking place in a parenting way, mother’s frequently considerable skill follow a hunch in order to find a new direction.  As parents, when we have a difficult situation with our children that happens again and again, and then, as we're about to fall into the same pattern, we suddenly see how we could approach things differently, we're using our creative intuition," says Dr. Kennedy-Moore.


Use with Caution 


As Hill stated seldom does any individual come into workable knowledge of the sixth sense before the age of forty.  


More often the knowledge is not available until one is well past fifty, and this, for the reason that the

spiritual forces, with which the sixth sense is so closely related, do not mature and become usable

except through years of meditation, self-examination, and serious thought.


We frequently act on intuition but can not always be correct.  Consider it as a tool, in adding to your resources. "Intuition is an efficient form of information processing," says Dr. Kennedy-Moore. "We take in a lot of information and without conscious reflection, pull it together into a 'feeling' about what's happening or what we need to do. We may miss important information or jump too quickly to assuming a new situation is just like our past experience when it's not." Intuition is most effective when combined with that other "way of knowing:" logic.


Thank you Micheal and Linda Dlouhy for believing in me, not being concern with all of my mess ups, or how frequently I may have stumbled, and what other people think.  Thank you for allowing me to be on this journey with you both and being my mentor.  Thank you Bob Shoaf for being my mentor and the mastermind group. Thank you thank you everyone.


Napoleon Hill


Tiernan McKay