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Under the subject of philosophy, intuition can be defined as; the act by which the mind perceives the agreement or disagreement of two ideas. Intuition is used to describe "thoughts and preferences that come to mind quickly and without much reflection". Intuition provides us with beliefs that we cannot necessarily justify. For this reason, it has been the subject of study in psychology, as well as a topic of interest in the supernatural.

Intuition Network   [New Window]

The Intuition Network offers opportunities for networking among individuals who are interested in cultivating and applying intuition. This networking takes place via phone and fax, newsletters, journals and magazines, radio and television, small group gatherings, conferences in "cyberspace," conferences in hotels, and international travel and spiritual retreats.

Intuition Network - Index of Transcripts   [New Window]

A Thinking Allowed Television Underwriter Presents the Following Transcripts from the Series THINKING ALLOWED - Conversations On The Leading Edge Of Knowledge and Discovery With Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove.

INTUITION   [New Window]

INTUITION is a Page that features articles primarily form the Sources of the Ageless Wisdom, about the nature and methods to awaken the intuition and in turn utilise this to the benefit of a Spiritual unfoldment that lies before us all.

Inner Access 101   [New Window]

An exciting opportunity to access inner wisdom to your body, to realms beyond and to your own past. Here you will also find inner access to Practitioners that I have personally trained and recommend. These competent, respectful professionals have experience in their own modalities as well as in three specialized services: Medical Intuition, Channelling and Past Life & Age Regression. Please enjoy hearing more about these Training opportunities or refer to our Practitioner Listings for individual appointments. You may also access the monthly channelled wisdom of Grandmother: An Ancient Shosone Elder as she provides us with her focus for each month.

Awareness & Intuition   [New Window]

On yet another energy level -- the spiritual -- we become aware of influences and information through intuition. When we lay the groundwork for a spiritual connection to one another and to God, we sharpen these higher senses of receptivity. Intuition is our greatest link to our higher selves (our spiritual selves) and thus to God.

The School of Insight & Intuition   [New Window]

The School of Insight & Intuition provides a unique, practical psycho-spiritual learning programme which presents a pathway to self-awareness and personal growth.

The Holistic Intuition Society   [New Window]

Intuition Technology (aka Dowsing) is the linking of the Intuitive part of the Mind / Brain team with the nervous / muscular system to give signals without interference by the logical thinking process. Tools are often used to amplify these signals, similar to the way a loudspeaker amplifies the sounds sent to it.

Laura Day's Practical Intuition   [New Window]

"You have innate abilities, already developed, that allow you to understand yourself, others, and your environment. These abilities can help you act in ways that create joy, success and healing ."

"This is a place where you, the intuitive, and you, the healer, can refine and share your talents with others and gather information on the resources that will help you reach your greatest potential." -[Laura Day]-

Catholic Encyclopedia - Intuition   [New Window]

"The importance of intuition as a process and element of knowledge is easily seen if we observe that it is intuition which furnishes us with the first experimental data as well as with the primary concepts and the fundamental judgments or principles which are the primitive elements and the foundation of every scientific and philosophical speculation." -[The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII]-

Samten Williams: Natural Time and Intuition   [New Window]

"Natural Time is an experience of time as a synchronous resonance between the inner and outer cycles of nature. Mechanical time is an experience of time as a controlling force that is external to, and separate from, us as human beings."

"Natural time awareness gives us direct experience of the connection between inner and outer energies. Through this intuitive awareness we are better able to link intention with opportunity. Natural Time awareness tells us, with more confidence than the mechanical clock on the wall, when to move and when to sit still in the fulfillment of our personal and professional lives."

Intuition: Its Powers and Perils   [New Window]

"How reliable is our intuition? How much should we depend on gut-level instinct rather than rational analysis when we play the stock market, choose a mate, hire an employee, or assess our own abilities? In this engaging and accessible book, David G. Myers shows us that while intuition can provide us with useful---and often amazing---insights, it can also dangerously mislead us." -[Yale University Press]-

The Seeker's Circle   [New Window]
All About Intuition Development and Self Development

The Seeker's Circle, a resource for intuition development, personal growth, spirituality and spiritual growth, and balanced living. A consortium of educators, authors and speakers from all walks of life, and all countries around the globe.

Intuition Web Ring   [New Window]

Intuition is a webring comprised of divination related websites which exemplify excellence in both content and design. Each page in the Intuition webring provides navigational links which allow you to travel consecutively through the sites or to jump randomly through the ring.

The Association for Research and Enlightenment, Inc.   [New Window]

Edgar Cayce, who has been called the most documented psychic of all times, often stated that ultimately each one of us is our own best psychic. Psychic impressions come to us in the form of dreams, everyday hunches, synchronistic experiences that seem to defy logic, and even chance encounters or conversations with friends and strangers.

Sensation or Intuition (S/N)   [New Window]

"Carl Jung used the words "sensation" and "sensing" (S) to mean paying attention to what is going on outside ourselves, that is, external attention. Thus "sensation" may be used synonymously with three words pertaining to external attention,"observation", "externalization," and "exteroception."

In contrast, Jung gave us two engaging metaphors to convey how he used the word "intuition" (N). Intuition, he said, is "listening to the inner voice" or "heeding the promptings from within." The word "intuition" is engaging because it literally means "internal attention." We pay attention to what is going on inside ourselves with our mind's eye and our mind's ear, these promptings coming as thoughts and feelings...." -[Excerpted from Please Understand Me II, by David Keirsey Copyrighted 1998]-