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In this episode Joel and Antonia answer the question “What is intuition?”

In this podcast you’ll find:

  • What is Intuition? Intuition is a pretty abstract word. It’s something many of us rely on for quick judgments and often life-altering decisions.
  • Intuition is a particular way that people learn information.
  • There are two ways in which people learn new information.
  1. Through their 5 senses.
  2. Intuition – not relying on those senses in order to understand and learn new information. Therefore, relying on advanced pattern recognition.
  • You can’t directly interact behind the curtain, but you can deduce what’s going on behind the curtain based on the pieces of information you get in front of the curtain.
  • Sensory people are looking to find something that’s reliable and can be verified.
  • Intuitives are not dependent on things that are reliable. Someone who’s using intuition to learn puts more emphasis on speed of information and depth of insight on information. They will sacrifice verifiability for speed and depth of insight.
  • Intuitives are more comfortable with speculation and so they’re willing to take risks. Eventually, they’re going to become more and more proficient with it.
  • When it comes to pattern recognition and speculation, intuitives are getting better of taking risks and accurate speculations.
  • Although sensors may have an intuitive piece on them, they don’t become efficient with it because they’re not comfortable with its nature and process.
  • 75% of the population in the US are sensory and only 25% are Intuitives.
  • Everyone is creative. We all have a creative element inside of us. Some of the most creative people use a sensory as a form of learning.
  • The greatest artists in the world are sensors. The big difference is that Intuitives have a tendency to create something the world has never seen because they’re looking for things that can only be imagined. Sensors on the other hand, when they’re creative, have a tendency to make something new that already has a sensory platform.
  • There’s no argument that both are valid ways of learning.
  • Some people tend to hide their being intuitive. The Intuitives who keep going are so powerful that they end up being the people who are most celebrated.
  • If you are of an intuitive learning style, the first step is to accept it. The second step is understanding its potential and doing what you can to hone it.
  • Take courage, give yourself permission and you’re going to see a more different world.

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  • Veronika
    • Veronika
    • March 12, 2021 at 10:27 pm

    OMG Antonia talking about going to get her passport is everything!! I am like that any time there’s anything mildly administrative I have to deal with… I outsource it to hubby… but every time he’s like “how hard is it? Just call them and deal with it”- Full on anxiety attack on my part… sometimes even if there’s a monetary incentive on the other side, I’d rather not deal with it

  • Mac
    • Mac
    • October 12, 2019 at 6:30 am

    I love this. The number of times ENFP me was hurt by people calling me “eccentric” or “quirky” or “random” when I was growing up were countless. Joel, I was hurt on your behalf when you told the story of someone being hostile to your iNtuition! One thing I’d have appreciated was a clear description. the kind of things you, as an iNtuitive, talk about with Sensor him that get his hackles up. You mentioned many times that he wanted you to talk about job, family and weather. Were you talking about mystic crystal readings, political platforms and literary theory? Or did you do as I often do: talk about job, family and weather because I’m trying to stick to subjects that I know interest the Sensors, but within those topics I delve into areas like theories of child rearing or predictions about where my company and sector will be in 2 years and the Sensors give each other pained looks or their eyes glaze over… it would be helpful to hear Your examples of the kinds of subject matter that enrages Sensors an is second nature to .

  • Barry Jennings
    • Barry Jennings
    • November 4, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    I believe this is the major underlying reason to the fear of change. It may not be reasonable to expect people to be comfortable with doing something when they don’t know the outcome. How many times has this reluctance undermined the success of a more efficient and effective solution to a common problem?

  • Charis Branson
    • Charis Branson
    • May 4, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    Hey Joy! Have you checked out our Intuitive Awakening program? I think it will provide some of the answers you are seeking. :)

  • Joy
    • Joy
    • May 4, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    Thanks for the podcast. I know there is intuitive in me. But I didn’t know the potential for the use of it, I am searching the inner me and explore it. It does feels “weird or odd” like how your guys explain in the podcast. I look up intuition so many times, and listen to a few. It is nothing like your podcast, you guys pinpoint the depth of it…Awesome! Thank you!. I believe intuition is God given, and is not medium seeking or taro reading. After I listen to your podcast, I know that is exactly the one I needed. I need advices and supports on how to embrace it and use it to the full potential.

    With many blessing!


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