“The conceptual mind is all about the forms which we’ve created, seeing them as real and seeing that they are us. Those things that we make up, belief systems, our personality, the ways we behave, our expectations, our preferences, that to me is all off the conceptual, personal mind.”
“When we create from the intuitive mind, we see it from the point of inception where it’s not so solid anymore. It’s the difference between “understanding” and “overcoming”. When you start to understand the root cause of that world, where it’s coming from, you don’t have to deal with that anymore, because it dissolves.
Then you can open up the aperture of performance and fresh new thinking comes through, that hasn’t been there before. Fresh thoughts come through that help me evolve as a human being, that don’t keep me stuck in the same old.” – Denise Holland
Enjoy this conversation with Denise Holland and Kaye Taylor about the difference between understanding and experiencing with the conceptual mind vs. the intuitive mind.