The truth is that no matter how many facts we gather, if we cling to logic alone we’re using only a small percentage of our capacity to know––and knowing a relatively small world, at that. Our left brain perception is flat and rather boring when compared with direct intuitive knowing, revelation, and wisdom, which are experiential and bloom through seemingly magical intervention from a greater force. Intuition, I’m convinced, is where the “other 90 percent” of our brain power lies. It is through intuition that we get the Big Picture, the simultaneous understanding that puts us and all the facts in our proper relationship to something beyond us.
With intuition, we know what we need to know, right when we need to know it.The universe, it seems, doesn’t waste time or energy. Intuition presents information to us just when we need it, not a moment too soon nor too late, and uses any means available to reach us.
Our own private intuition is the catalyst for self-improvement and self-realization, because when it comes to making deep and lasting changes in one's personal life, it is only subjective experience, not facts, that registers as real.
Intuition is a powerful tool that can heal the painful split we all feel between our earthly, mundane selves and our divine, eternal selves. When we realize that our spiritual knowledge is in us right now, and always has been, we become filled with light, light-hearted, and enlightened.