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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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  • Mark
    • Mark
    • November 7, 2015 at 10:12 am

    I just recently started researching the whole personality type stuff and and your content has been this great eye opener for me. I am 54 and my whole life I have been a square peg trying to fit in a round hole. I think so different than everyone in my life I have gotten to where I have been hiding and living very isolated. I am glad that I found your website and content cause it gives me hope that I will be able to go out and find some people who look at the world the same way I do. Thanks for what you do and I will try to do my part and find my place in this intuitive awaking.

  • Charis Branson
    • Charis Branson
    • November 2, 2015 at 8:25 pm

    Thanks for the comment, Dana! And for the new term. I’ve never heard of Tweet-ups. :)

  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • November 2, 2015 at 5:46 pm

    Yeah, I’d definitely agree. Before we enter the Sensor type’s weeks we’re going to be creating podcasts on the Sensory perceiving styles as well as Sensor appreciation. A strong communication of ‘we come in peace’ is imperative for any movement like this.


  • Chrissie
    • Chrissie
    • October 31, 2015 at 2:35 am

    Hi Antonia and Joel. INTJ female here. I have two thoughts for you as how to ignite an intuitive awakening.

    Number one: “The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.” I was so amazed when several of my extroverted friends made a huge leap forward in understanding me by reading the book “Quiet”. None of them were reading it for themselves (or me) but to better understand their introverted child (or spouse). I would say the majority of mothers want to understand their children…or if they don’t, they are often forced to try to do so when they hit impasses with them or their natural approaches to parenting don’t work with that child. You could create a series on understanding your intuitive child. I bet you could get some good buzz going for that. How many of us intuitives chose blending because we had a mom or family who didn’t get us or discouraged our intuitive tendencies! If moms can better understand their intuitive children, how empowering would that be! They are usually quite the force to be reckoned with when ideas gain traction in their spheres of influence.

    Second suggestion:
    MBTI and the cognitive functions have had such a big impact in my life that I can’t help but share the principles with friends, acquaintances, strangers on a plane, etc.. Because of that, I have had friends on a few occasions ask me to host a happy hour and share some of that MBTI knowledge with them. I haven’t done this yet mainly as a result of being stuck in Ni…need to sit down and use my Te to just hammer out what I would want to share. That led me to the thought, it could be great for you guys to develop an intuitive awakening course that your community could teach in small or large group settings. I know you are running a business and would want to profit from all of your hard work so participants could pay a small fee for course study materials. You have at least one ready teacher here in Texas!

  • Randy Caba
    • Randy Caba
    • October 17, 2015 at 8:23 pm

    Good stuff, Kenneth. As a Perspectives Driver myself, I truly appreciate the concise summary, Costly Communication Mistakes Personalities Make by Mary Miscisin. She Effectively points out all our communication style blindspots and that, because we all hold elements of other personality traits, we sometimes share these faults.

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