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Intuition: Your Greatest Mind Ability

Bruce Kasanoff’s recent Forbes article on intuition as the highest form of intelligence made me laugh. But then, I’ve been an intuitive for more than fifty years. I particularly liked this quote from the illustrious Albert Einstein: “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” Whilst I appreciated Mr. Kasanoff’s distinctions about “disciplined intuition,” I am one of those people who can sit on my sofa and tune in to what’s happening anywhere. Is my intuition disciplined? Maybe, maybe not. The more important question is: does intuition need to be disciplined? I have to answer that with a resounding yes. Intuition is like a muscle. We all have it. The issue is how we use it, and using it means practice, and practice means learning. Intuition speaks its own language—a language specific to each intuitive. In order to rely on intuition, we each have to lea