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In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about empowering Intuitives to step into leadership and get Intuition into the public consciousness.

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In this podcast on igniting an Intuitive Awakening you’ll find:

  • INFP Podcast
  • Extraverted vs. Introverted Intuition podcast
  • Intuitive Blending podcast
  • There is a massive renaissance right now around Introverts.
  • Quiet by Susan Cain
  • We are in such a massively over communicated period
  • Introvert podcast with Jenn Granneman of Introvert, Dear.
  • Intuitives have very specific needs that nobody gets, except for other Intuitives.
  • We want to infect the social consciousness with the concept of Intuition.
  • The Intuitive/Sensor split isn’t in the social consciousness as much as Introvert/Extravert or Thinker/Feeler.
  • Sometimes a hierarchy or judgment comes with the Sensor/Intuitive split, which may be why it hasn’t entered the social consciousness as much.
  • 75% of the world are Sensors, and 25% are Intuitive.
  • Like left-handed people in a right-handed world. The world isn’t designed for Intuitives.
  • When Intuitives start to understand MBTI, elitism is often the result because they are tired of being marginalized.
  • Reversed snobbery.
  • The world is designed more for Sensors, so Intuitives feel demoralized.
  • Then they realize what Intuition is and it is hard not to feel indignant.
  • Things start to make sense when you find out you’re an Intuitive in a Sensor world.
  • Sometimes we don’t have language to explain what is going on for us until someone else explains it for us.
  • Intuition is not just about behaviors, it is about the wiring of your mind.
  • Advanced pattern recognition.
  • There is a segment of the population that is being underutilized and underserved.
  • We need intuition now more than ever before.
  • There was a lot of infrastructure that needed to be built in the last 150 years. So, Sensors were extremely important.
  • Now that we have the foundation, Intuitives are taking us into the future with new technology.
  • Sensors can be likened to hardware and Intuitives to software.
  • When new software comes in the hardware needs to be updated.
  • The Sensor world has to become more like firmware so it can adapt more quickly.
  • The tension is important between Intuitives and Sensors because the Sensors force Intuitives to vet their information and make sure it is compatible with the infrastructure.
  • Intuitives would keep reinventing the wheel if it wasn’t for Sensors.
  • The best of the best innovations get adopted.
  • Sensors are making sure that all of us are okay. They maintain our quality of life.
  • For the most part, Sensors don’t even know Intuitives exist.
  • Our job is to work with Sensors, so they get to know who we are and what we are about.
  • How can we get Sensors to honor our presence and be open to it?
  • Ladder of Abstraction
  • Language in Thought and Action by S.I. Hayakawa
  • You lose detail as you go up the ladder of abstraction.
  • Your ideas become more concrete as you go down the ladder of abstraction.
  • It’s not about hierarchy.
  • The point of this podcast is that we are trying to create intuitive conversation for people who don’t get it anywhere else.
  • Intuitive conversation can be highly speculative and a little wandering.
  • Seth Godin’s “Unleashing the Idea Virus.”
  • Sneezers = Evangelists
  • We want to share the idea of Intuitives in a non-threatening manner.
  • New thought leads to new action.
  • You aren’t going to lose the things you have if change occurs.
  • The world is getting better in spite of the messaging we sometimes receive.
  • Sensors can be some of the most accommodating to change if it happens over time.
  • Sensors bring a crucial gift to the world in making sure that change is sustainable.
  • “I think differently, and I just wanted you to understand that.”
  • Have the courage to speak up about your differences.
  • It doesn’t have to be about hierarchy.
  • Seek understanding.
  • Finding other people of like minds can be very powerful.
  • What will this look like when it gets in the public consciousness?
  • What will you do and be when the world realizes you are Intuitive?

In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about empowering Intuitives to step into leadership and get Intuition into the public consciousness. #podcast #intuitiveawakening #MBTI

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  • Frank
    • Frank
    • May 20, 2018 at 11:48 pm

    Really hits the nail on the head for me. 60 years I have known that I think fundamentally differently.
    Sensors have such a simplistic system of thinking even the very intelligent ones. They are basically just faster RAM than other sensors. Intuitive’s are big picture and can see the obvious mistakes sensors make in their lives with work and relationships. Initiatives can avoid mistakes but it also can freeze them from undertaking initiative with projects
    My major problem has been as an INTJ social interaction, child hood and high school were the worse as others just seem to develop this innate ability to socially interact for better or worse while I was trying to figure out what high school relationships mean. " Thinking too much"
    I became a physician thanks to blending with the sensors. Medicine is all about sensing.
    The intuitive Dr. House big picture diagnosis situation is very rare and not needed often. Fortunately I found a ENFP spouse and we both understand each other and give each other a lot of room and validation to be ourselves. I think she enjoyed finding an INTJ after being involved with various ES_ _ ’s who tried to control and limit her.

    So you are doing a good job raising the Intuitive awareness.

  • S.
    • S.
    • October 28, 2017 at 12:13 am

    I just had an intuitive orgasm! Thank you

  • M.R.
    • M.R.
    • March 14, 2016 at 11:30 pm

    one more comment,

    The importance of some of the messages here is huge, because you really are talking about ways that can create huge changes, in theory of course. Like what does it take to get many to buy into new ways? It makes me think of the documentary called Century of Self. The talk about sensors changing or regulating change is really good, very objective unbiased views you two have made.

    Regarding getting this message out there, that of awareness of intuitives, well it’s very much like the awareness of introverts and extroverts. I have heard a lot more use of those words in the last few years, it must have increased from years back. People know what each is now, they may be a little off in their definitions, but the point is that it is out there. That said, maybe in time the Sensor/Intuitive awareness will come to be what the Introvert/Extrovert awareness has become, or I should say it still becoming, because that process is still going on. It can almost be common knowledge to call someone an introvert these days, most people know what it means, again, the sensor/intuitive thing may become household words down the line.

  • M.R.
    • M.R.
    • March 14, 2016 at 5:16 pm

    Great show, as an INTP, hearing this fits so well. It really is saying what I have always thought. Great points in saying to use Intuitives, yet others don’t know what we are or why we would be of any use. Again it is that huge downside of it being to difficult to show what we know so that it is recognized. I know somewhat about personality types now, love the topic actually, yet if you are out there and are an xNxx and you don’t absorb this info, gosh, could be so lost. Again, good episode.

  • Mark
    • Mark
    • November 7, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Yea I am a member already and think it is great.

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