The decisions we make on a daily basis can involve a long drawn out production in our brain. Comparing the pros and cons while outlining a list of facts helps determine how to deliver the best outcome in a situation that is daunting at times. The action may build insurmountable stress connected to making certain choices. Although most of us handle the decisionmaking process in a logical and practical manner. From time to time, other factors can run interference with our thinking. Do you ever ask yourself, if intuition has ever played a role in a decision you’ve had to make?
The dictionary describes intuition this way: the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning or a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning.
Truth is, intuition is as natural as the hair on your head but, because historically humans have shunned anything they cannot see, hear, feel, taste or touch, little credibility has been given to intuitive prowess.