The culture of intuition



​The culture of intuition. 

Intuition is a natural part of every human soul. It helps one harness deep information, impulses and intelligence that logic and sense have not been able to explain. Howbeit, this can come in handy when the occasion calls for it. 

Gender:

That said, females (who have become women) have a more sense to Intuition than males because of the way they have been made, their experiences and realities. All these make up the more intuitive nature of females. 
The downside is, women are more intuitive but still can be clouded by their emotions. This is why when I train anyone on emotional intelligence, I let them know that the end is to grow their sense of Intuition. 

Language:

I started learning the Hebrew language let’s say 4years ago, but I got a little more intentional and serious about it about a year ago. I can say this has helped groom my power of intuition because unlike English language, Hebrew language is highly Intuitive especially modern Hebrew. A few Hebrew letters together can mean many things but the culture of intuition has made Hebrew speakers naturally know what word is needed in any context. 

Reality:

Intuitive intelligence though higher than emotional Intelligence isn’t a solo running skill. It works better when you groom other intelligences. 

Learning:

Embracing responsibility of choices is a good way to build your Intuition. The earlier you make mistakes, the better you come to terms with the ways of intuition and the more you get it right, the more confident you become in making choices that bridge time and space even when time and space isn’t known. 

Grow intelligent. Grow intuition.
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