Eclectic Curiosity

Posted on February 27th, 2003, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Is it possible to think too much about intuition? Regardless, social psychologist and researcher David Myers has put much thought to it and has a few things to say in a recent USA Today article by Karen S. Peterson: There’s a gut feeling about this whole intuition thing.

“Intuition is hot,” Myers says. “There is an explosion of research on how unconscious, automatic, out-of-sight thinking guides our lives.” There are courses on “intuitive learning, healing, investing, selling and managing.” Intuition, he says, is “an effortless, immediate, unreasoned (not thought about) sense of truth.” It is a good thing: It feeds creativity, expertise and spirituality, he says.

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