Identifying Human Intuition: Do We Have Real Life Super Powers?

In this clip from our show ‘Believe’, we discuss “Our Universe”.

“Identifying Human Intuition: Do We Have Real Life Super Powers?

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  • Beliza

    This made me think of the Albert Brooks movie “Defending Your Life” where, in the afterlife, one of the characters explains that humans only use ten percent or less of their brains. One of my best friends is the type of person who has fantastic intuition and always follows it. I envy her ability to be so in tune with her “inner voice.” I’ve gotten better over the years, but I still have some work to do.

  • pattycake

    Any mamma will tell you that intuition exists. In daily life, strong bonds create the pathways that fuel this invisible line of communication. There have been very few times that I’ve had a bad feeling related to my boys that something wasn’t going on.

  • Starry

    In regards to the example used at the beginning of the video, I think I’ve read somewhere about “body memory”. While the brain may forget, the cells remember, and the memory returns when it’s triggered. It seems kind of different from intuition, which can be trained if we consider it an analysis based on previous patterns and situations experienced.

  • workingwoman

    Yes, I think there are instances when we do have intuition. For instance, my son-in-law borrowed my tablet. The next day I asked where it was because I had a feeling something was going to happen to it in his possession. The next day he ran over it in a car. Intuition? I don’t know.

  • TotallyTBar

    There is an excellent book written that deals with our intuition and how society has taught us to stifle our natural intuition over time, and the thought is that it has made people, especially women, more susceptible to being victims of crime and scams. The book is called The Gift of Fear, by Gavin DeBecker. It is a great addition to your podcast on the subject and I highly recommend it.