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Everyone is intuitive

Everyone has an innate capacity for intuition. And like any of our senses and processing capabilities (logic, language, spatial processing...), intuition gets stronger with practice, and weaker with neglect. When…

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How to kill your intuition

Killing your intuition may not be top of your to do list, at least not consciously. But many intuitively sensitive people unconsciously kill off their intuition: it's "easier" to not…

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What type of intuitive are you?

Everybody's intuitive profile is as unique as their individual set of senses, and their individual intelligences. Some people have a great sense of smell. An ear for accents. An eye…

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Coming out of the intuitive closet

Coming out intuitive is scary. Coming out intuitive needs courage - or foolishness. Coming out intuitive is stepping into the unknown. But coming out intuitive is liberating. It's fantastic. I…

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Why use your intuition?

Gut feeling. A hunch. Just knowing. All ways of describing intuition. Usually, following the gut feeling, hunch, or what you just know, has a positive outcome. And that's good enough…

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What is gifted?

Good question! I use the word in two ways. The first way: gifted in talents and/or skills. A gifted musician. A gifted mathematician. A gifted engineer. A gifted artist. Gifted…

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Finding your One Thing

Everywhere's talking about it. At least, everywhere that I've been hanging out lately is. Focus. Do what's essential. Simplify. Finding the One Thing is finding where your purpose, passion, talent…

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The intuition experience

A couple of weeks ago, I asked one of my academic and openly skeptical/critical friends to play devil's advocate with me. It's a dangerous game, and one that I thoroughly…

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