INTUITION -- AN INTUITIVE'S VIEW by Diane Brandon  (Page 1 of 6)

  In these days of burgeoning interest in all topics metaphysic, intuition and psychic phenomena have piqued the curiosity of many.  Indeed, we have all, by and large, been fascinated by accounts of experiences involving psi (that elusive “x” factor that causes psychic phenomena), usually assuming that these phenomena belong to a realm out-of-the-ordinary and are not within the daily purview of most of us “common folk.”

 

  As one who has delved more and more deeply into the world of intuition as a practicing intuitive, albeit somewhat unintentionally, I would like to share some of the things I’ve learned about these interest-provoking, yet little understood phenomena.  I say “albeit somewhat unintentionally” because I did not set out years ago to have this as a career goal:  it was not what I majored in in college nor something I had ever seen myself doing.  However, at the same time, being somewhat of a “reluctant” intuitive has given me an interesting perspective on this often misperceived topic as I had to develop and work with a faculty I didn’t even know was there.

 
 
I think what most of us do is to assume that intuitive/psychic phenomena are something that other people experience (and I'll use these terms interchangeably in this article to refer to informational phenomena, rather than other forms involving psychokinesis, teleportation, etc.). One thing (of the many) that I've learned from doing this work is that everyone is intuitive and can have "psychic experiences." Intuition is democratic; it really is everyone's birthright.

 
I've also learned that what I used to consider as other-worldly really is a very natural part of life. Intuition and psychic knowing are actually another form of intelligence, another way of knowing and apprehending. For those who are interested in developing and using their full mental and knowing potential, developing and using their intuition is essential. However, one flip side of this aspect of intuition is that, because intuition really is a form of intelligence, it is not always connected to spirituality. We have often assumed that intuitives, just because they are intuitive, are spiritually oriented; this ain't necessarily so! As an ability, it can be used for good or ill, just like anything else.

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