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                                                    Intuition is born from immediate perception, 
                               while the intellect is the indirect action of an insight that 
                                            painstakingly constructs itself from the unknown 
                                                  on the basis of signs, hints and collected data.

                                                                                                                          Sri Aurobindo



Dear Trilogos Friends,

How can we be sure that it isn’t our rational mind that is speaking up but rather what we understand to be intuition? That which brings us new impulses and shows us new, real ways of solving problems?

It has been scientifically proven that EVERYTHING we perceive is collected and stored within us. The flood of impressions and data “feed” the conscious as well as, and to a much greater extent, our unconscious.

Our mind has the task of collecting, comparing, analyzing and creating structure, and it establishes links and connections between our individual perceptions.

A relatively recent but particularly significant scientific finding is that our brain, our mind, CANNOT distinguish between what we call reality and what we understand to be imagination or conception, the virtual world, so to speak! 

Mark Zuckerberg’s virtual META world with all its technical gimmicks such as virtual reality glasses and haptic gloves is a perfect case in point, since we experience a virtual reality scenario as authentic and true within a very short time upon entering it.

However, getting back to the topic of intuition: Our intuition is, as mentioned, strongly related to the imagination, our imaginary world. It expresses itself in a symbolic way, through our inner senses and is completely individual in its nature. It may give rise to symbols or colors or to perceptions of feelings, which represent our very own “vocabulary of our soul.”

We must, for starters, get to know and understand this vocabulary before undertaking, in a second step, to decipher what it is seeking to tell us.

Let us now, for this purpose, take a journey aimed at familiarizing you with this process of getting your bearings for yourself and your own inner voice:


  How does INTUITION manifest itself in your life?

  • through an inner image?
  • through an inner feeling?
  • through an inner voice?
  • through an inner taste?
  • through an internal smell?
  • through an inner knowledge?
  • or perhaps through a combination of these inner sensory impressions?

   Which way, or ways, predominate in your case?


 Exerpt: TRILOGOS Guidebook PATH OF INTUITION by Linda Vera Roethlisberger, page 49


We would now like to take a closer look at the practical work with the Trilogos®Method as a way to demonstrate how it can help with developing one’s intuition.

The holistic techniques of the Trilogos®Method solicit the intellect, emotion and spirituality. They also enhance the gift of your imagination, your phantasy, thereby creating an enhanced access to your unconscious, the repository of the vast majority of answers to your life questions. We refer to this as getting IN TOUCH WITH OUR INNER VOICE.

The more often you engage in this practice, the clearer it will become to you HOW and through WHICH SYMBOLIC LANGUAGE your unconscious expresses itself and speaks to you, because it always “uses” the same vocabulary, just like any (foreign) language.

The trilogical approach:

1. Do a trilogical guided visualization exercise, preferably one that is audio-based. While doing this, go into silence and stillness, and close your eyes if possible.
(*After you’ve been doing these exercises for a while, you’ll be able to achieve the same effect by reading a text-based visualization exercise with your eyes open). 

2. Write down which “gifts” you’ve received in the form of said symbolism, describing them as concretely as possible (e.g., appearance in form and color, environment, feelings that arose).

3. Now engage in a search of their meaning. Feel free to, especially in the beginning, make use of dictionaries of dream symbols
or the like to learn about the most common interpretations.

4. Brainstorm your thoughts by associating, fabulating—as much as possible by ignoring your inner censor.

5. Feel free to talk to other people about the symbols, asking them what they think they might have to do with you. You’ll be amazed at the spontaneous feedback you’ll receive, and at the special eureka moments they give rise to.

6. Ask yourself the question, “What does this or that impulse or symbol have to do with my everyday life in a very concrete way?”

7. Trust that you’ll be getting an idea, even taking the question with you into your day. At some point, all of a sudden, your intuition will appear and provide you with new insight.


The emphasis lies on the power of symbols. We cannot avail ourselves of this power by active thinking using the intellect. We must understand, rather, that this power embodies a feeling and harbors an inkling of something that it wishes to impart with us.

I cannot overestimate the value of doing the smaller or bigger exercises on a regular basis. It is the key attaining the reassurance and peace offered by the revelation that all answers are to be found within yourself.


Linda Roethlisberger



For more inspiration on the topic of intuition, view the trailer of the audio book The Path of Intuition by Linda Vera Roethlisbwrger, of the TRILOGOS Beacon series.