Sometimes it’s in the form of an unexplainable gut feeling or a nagging voice within. Other times it’s an inspirational insight or spontaneous thought about someone or something that crops up completely out of nowhere. This is known as extrasensory perception (ESP). It is your intuition, or a sixth sense so to speak. Whatever you call it, is it something to listen to and trust? Many would agree . . . yes.

What is Intuition?

Intuition is the ability to gather information without any use of reason, and it works faster than the reasoning mind. Intuition is the subconscious mind relaying messages via a dream, mental picture or inner voice. Some people experience intuition as a feeling, or an inkling, or a hunch. Oftentimes intuition can be perceived as a warning or a premonition of something to come. In a sense, intuition bypasses the logical step-by-step process of the conscious mind. We perceive the outside world via sight, taste, smell, touch, and sound. Intuition, our sixth sense, is our ability to perceive things around us via the subtle mind and the subtle intellect; otherwise known as our subconscious. Lao Tzu, the ancient Chinese philosopher once said, “The power of intuitive understanding will protect you from harm until the end of your days.”

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