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Do you trust your intuition?

September 26, 2017
  • Yes
  • Sometimes
  • No
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  • alakartte

    Intuition is the ability of a person to predict a particular event. It is an understudied ability of the human psyche, which enables you to make the right decisions that lead to a successful and happy life – in the absence of logical considerations. Each person has this ability, to a greater or lesser extent; usually, there are no exceptions. Nevertheless, people are rational beings. We are brought up in a world where common sense and logic dominate, and some people are quite skeptical about the development of intuition and the very fact of its existence in general. In a state of stress and tension, the possibility of developing intuition is absent as chaos and clutter interfere with hearing the true inner voice. If you try to turn off thinking, you can open the door for intuition. Some are convinced that the more you trust your intuition, the better it will work. This unique ability can be used in any area of life: home, work, game, etc. Decisions taken intuitively often turn out to be correct, but this feeling appears and disappears quite suddenly. 

    So, do you trust your intuition?

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