Recognize Your Body’s Intuitions About Vibes

Recognize Your Body’s Intuitions About Vibes

Learn to Intuitively Read Vibes A people-skill most of our parents didn’t know or teach us is intuitively reading vibes. We’ve learned to draw conclusions from surface data: how nice someone seems, looks, education, or if a situation adds up on paper.  But attraction goes deeper; to make it work for you other ingredients must […]

9 quotes about Intuition

9 quotes about Intuition

“I believe in intuitions and inspirations…I sometimes FEEL that I am right. I do not KNOW that I am.” ― Albert Einstein “You will never follow your own inner voice until you clear up the doubts in your mind.” ― Roy T. Bennett “Watching television is like taking black spray paint to your third eye.” […]

4 Meditations to Tap into Your Intuition

4 Meditations to Tap into Your Intuition

The great thing about intuition is that we all have it. Maybe we’ve failed to put it to use or perhaps since it’s not something that is cultivated, we unfortunately lose touch with it. But intuition is always there, waiting to be accessed and harnessed.   Meditation is a proven way to get in touch […]

8 Ways to Build Your Problem-Solving Intuition

8 Ways to Build Your Problem-Solving Intuition

You’ve heard the terms mother’s intuition, gut instinct, and women’s intuition. For eons, intuition was viewed as mumbo-jumbo—something that some people gave credit to, but that scientists didn’t take very seriously. In recent years, intuition has been the subject of serious study, and it turns out it’s a valid phenomenon. Intuition means “using unconscious information […]

The Science of Intuition

The Science of Intuition

It may not be quite as exciting as capturing Big Foot, but it’s still pretty good as far as solved mysteries go. Intuition indeed exists, researchers say, they’ve found a way to actually measure it. Research published in the journal Psychological Science showed that intuition can play a real—and helpful—role in guiding people to trust […]

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