According to Professor Gerard Hodgkinson of Leeds University Business School in the UK, our intuition is our brain drawing upon on past experiences and external cues to make decisions.
This supposedly happens in degrees of milliseconds at a non-conscious level.
According to the professor, all we are aware of is a general “feeling” that something is right… Or something is wrong.
Prof. Hodgkinson also suggests that our intuition tends to get triggered naturally under three distinct scenarios:
- Under severe time pressure (which explains why many people get bursts of creativity and inspiration as a deadline looms)
- Situation of information overload (which explains why many top CEOs who make hundreds of decisions a day tend to rely on their “gut” than just pouring through a ton of data)
- In the face of acute danger
Here’s the thing: I disagree.
I have worked with thousands, (yes, THOUSANDS) of people, helping them develop intuition.
I started teaching small classes, then I moved to teaching private 1 on 1 clients in an office in Matthews, NC.
Fast-forward – I started teaching high-end, high-investment classes on-line. What I loved about this most was that I worked with the groups over a longer period of time – usually 6 months to a year.
All my classes were results oriented, regardless of how much you paid. In fact, one class I am virtually teaching now, The Art of Intuitive Tarot on the DailyOM, has a cult following of well over 10,000 participants who rave about it daily.
See – I teach my clients to tap into their intuition at will.
So, the 3 circumstances that the professor has determined is correct ONLY for the “untrained masses”.
I am starting a class next month called Magic & Mastery that I would like to invite you to.
We will meet at my store, Curio, Craft & Conjure every 3rd Saturday for a few hours and learn new intuitive skills.
Learn more about it here.
Are you interested in being one of the skilled? Would you like hands-on guidance?
I would LOVE to be your Guide, Teacher, and Mentor in a live learning environment.
If this sounds interesting to you, join us!
We start December 15th.