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Sensory System

What Is Intuition? My Definition

My concise working definition of intuition:

Intuition is an innate mental ability in human beings, which functions as a normal biological sensory system receiving and transmitting information through its unique effects, classified as 'psi effects'; it is an adaptive process evolving naturally over time as an extremely useful, efficient defense mechanism.

An expanded general description:
To begin adopting intuition as your own ability, start by equating it your other very familiar sensory systems, e.g., your vision, hearing and taste, to name a few. Like these, in fact like all the well-known human senses, intuition, functioning as a common sensory system, also provides helpful information to keep you out of harm’s way and ‘on track’ while you move around in daily life.

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Characteristic Effects

How to Recognize Intuition - Characteristic Effects

Important note: Begin to use the word intuition as a verb, as in ‘to intuit'. When declined the verb becomes:
'I intuit. You intuit. He or she intuits. We intuit. You intuit. And, they intuit.' This, of course, makes you an 'intuitor' or an ‘intuitive’ person!

Welcome to the world of intuition!

Every human beings’ long-recognized perceptible sensory effects are connected with experience. For example, think about your own visual effects made possible through seeing something by the sense of sight or vision, of sound effects heard through hearing, or audition, and of sweet, sour, bitter and salt flavors noticed with taste, or gustatory effects. Intuitive experiences also are perceptible through its unique effects, which are recognized internationally as 'psi effects'.

The current well-known classified group of intuition’s p... Read More

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Why a Puzzle

Why a Puzzle? Unreliable, Hard to Control

Answer to the puzzle question coming soon...

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