By: Megan Prats
Sometimes the student selects an idea because it just feels right. This end product is more spiritual than anything else as less thinking and more feeling really works best here.
“The feeling” is something that you cannot really develop because like the heart beat, it is out of the student’s control. However, to augment the student’s ability to find the feeling answer, place this end product in context so that the student can recognize it when she feels it. Thus, it is important for the student to know how it feels to select an idea that she believes is right, that the spiritual end product can come at any time or not at all, and that this answer is something that cannot be forced and must come naturally to the student. In general, the spiritual answer is one that finds the student more so than the student finds it.
© Megan Prats 2014