Perhaps Intuition should be the primary, and Reason the way to tame our natural intuition, so that it becomes a workable guide in our everyday world? Or Vise-Versa?
Is there really anybody who has completely given up their Intuition, and been able to survive in this modern world?
Is there really anybody who has completely given up their Reason, and been able to survive in this modern world?
Should either be considered useless?
but when does it become unreliable? When our Ego denies that voice, saying that it is wrong; when our Reason and logic take over, and shut out that small voice? Or when it is allowed to completely take over, so that we completely ignore REason and Logic?
Has our Intuition been suppressed, because We live in a physical world of Reason and Logic?
Is intuition ever really wrong? Or could it only be wrong in the circumstances that we allow our flawed Reason and Logic to intervene?
But what of those who deny intuitions usefulness? Do those very same people use Intuition in their daily lives, despite this claim?
Does virtually everybody use intuition? And to what degree should we allow Intuition to rule our lives, over logic?
Perhaps the Ego itself does not use either; perhaps Intuition and Reason are merely 'guided' by the Ego; our own personal desires, and the laws of reality that we live in. But intuition does not in itself allow the Ego to influence it; it is as it is. Intuition is trumped by the Ego quite often, but this does not mean that our intuition ever really changes; The Ego just re-writes over our intuitions original answer, with an egotistical desire as to what it 'Wants' the answer to be, or what it logically 'thinks' the answer might be, according to either A.) Reality, or B.) Desire.
But Intuition often has this 'Nagging' Feeling when ignored; never too loud, never too quiet, but always nagging you in the back of your mind. Irrational Fear seems to have a different feel to it; its like a Fear, or Paranoia as you mentioned, smallmind, but its like a feeling in your gut or chest, rather than on the edge of your consciousness. Fear and paranoia have more of a 'gnawing' feeling, for lack of a better word.
But Intuition doesn't have the same feeling to it, its like its there, but not really there, as if its just at the edge of your mind...
Come to think of it, It almost has the same feeling as inspiration.....
Craven wrote:If Intuition is the thought process meant for the subconscious , and Logic is the the thought process meant for the conscious, then perhaps the soul, or spirit, is a representation of the subconscious.
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