What is Intuition?

By Remez Sasson

What is intuition?

Here are a few definitions of what is intuition:

  • Knowledge gained not through the reasoning process or the five senses.
  • Subconscious quick thought processes that produce knowledge or solutions.
  • An ability to draw conclusions and understanding from previously acquired experiences and information.
  • It is instinctive knowledge or belief.
  • It is a gut feeling.
  • Intuition is often called the sixth sense or a hunch.

Intuition is not a conscious process, and it is not a step-by-step procedure using logic, reasoning and common sense.

What is intuition?

It is a subconscious process of being open to information, receiving information, and becoming aware of what to do, how to solve a certain problem, or how to achieve a certain plan or goal.

It can be also termed as psychic knowledge or understanding.

Where does intuition come from?

  • It is knowledge stored in your subconscious mind.
  • It appears through subconscious interpretation of body language.
  • It is the product of very quick thinking and conclusion making.
  • It is manifests due to quick understanding of a problem or situation, too quick for the reasoning mind.

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