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Way Out Formula for Unsolvable Problems

In a lifetime, we often face a situation called PROBLEM. And facing this makes us tense and stressful. I am trying, in this article, to come out with a formula for this state of mind. I will try to be precise, but I shall expect you to be with me all the while – your full attention and total concentration is a must.

I have this concept divided this into three stages.

Stage I: Define the Problem

Many a time, we have stress or tension following not so important, general or minor issues, other persons’ matters or say simply some imaginary problems. DEFINE EXACT PROBLEM. If you think there is hardly any serious matter, just come out of it. Forget and ignore such trivial issues. Be cheerful and come out fresh from such status.

Most of the times, the so-called great problem may be no issue in reality.

Stage II: Attempts at Solving a Problem

Well, you have defined THE PROBLEM - labelled and found out the exact matter disturbing and bothering you. Now you are restless and do not find yourself comfortable. Here begins the attempt to solve it.

1. Apply all your primitive senses (taste, touch, smell, hearing and seeing) and secondary senses (sense of time, heat, balance, gravity and distance) to their maximum.

2. You have your own intelligence, judgement, understanding, expectation and planning. Surround your problem with all of above, it is your life and your desire to live it in your own way; no one should interfere. Now you will understand what went wrong and what you should do to correct the mistake. Just do that. It should be the end of the story.

3. Help: Help of parents, close (close and concerned, not all or any) relatives and friends can be of some help and should be tried if so is needed. The word should is important because you are not obliged to live your life on someone's whims!

Yes, using all your intelligence and getting help should lead to the ideal solution. Admitting the mistake to self and desire to correct the same is a pre-condition.

Most of the times, we come out happily from the said situation and decide finally to remediate using the options available.

Stage III: Problem You Could Not Solve

Now, everything failed, intelligence, guidance and common sense - all ended poorly without a solution.

Sixth Sense: In the mysterious borderland beyond the reach of our five senses, there is a remarkable human faculty existing to solve any issue. It is known as Sixth Sense (EPS = Extra-sensory Perception), not understood by science about its functioning technique.

It is thalamus, an inner brain organ of the little finger size, a seat of ancient sixth sense. Actually, the sixth sense occasionally flares brightly in primitive, unsophisticated person, children, and also an adult under great stress. The sixth sense is incited more freely when consciousness - our own brain - does not override their free play.

So to say, just tapping the potentiality of the sixth sense of brain can help solve any problem.

Intuition (Inner Voice): This is the faculty of our thoughtful mind that gives a sound of inner-voice. Intelligence and consciousness have no role to play here.

Intuition is a signal we sense in a flash that another person values, virtues and vices. We are driven to our goal without any knowledge.

So intuition is a signalling by which person knows beforehand bad imminent result. Like how some women just understand the intent of sexual harassment on seeing an individual by intuition.

God-factor: We may or may not believe in the existence of God. But sometimes, we need moral support and consolation from non-human elements and God-factor has a role to play. Because we know we do not have control over many factors and situation leading to the end result.

Bhagavad Gita tells about total surrender to God and tells to be witness to the events occurring in personal life without being part of it, as a part of problem-solving in the day to day life.

Having told everything you should do to solve the problem, here is the final ‘way out method’ from the Bible by Dr Smiley Blanton:
  1. Relax. 
  2. Stand quietly. 
  3. Stop trying any attempts to solve the problem with a conscious mind. 
  4. Let creative power in your unconscious mind take-over. 
  5. It can solve the whole thing if you just come out of your own way. 

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