A Quote by e. e. cummings on life, spirit, thinking, and intuition

There are certain things in which one is unable to believe for the simple reason that he never ceases to feel them. Things of this sort — things which are always inside of us and in fact are us and which consequently will not be pushed off or away where we can begin thinking about them — are no longer things; they, and the us which they are, equals A Verb; an IS.

e.e. cummings (1894 - 1962)

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A Quote by Steve Jobs on yourself, follow your heart, courage, and intuition

Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drowned your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary

Steve Jobs (1955 -)

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A Quote by Carl Gustav Jung on psychology, intuition, perception, and unconcious

Intuition (is) perception via the unconcious.

Carl Jung (1875 - 1961)

Source: Carl Gustav Jung

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A Quote by J. Donald Walters on intuition and truth

Intuition is the innate ability in everyone to perceive truth directly - not by reason, logic, or analysis, but by a simple knowing from within. That is the very meaning of the word "intuition": to know, or understand from within - from one's own self, and from the heart of whatever one is trying to understand. Intuition is the inner ability to see behind the outer forms of things to their inner essence.

J. Donald Walters

Source: Intuition for Starters (For Starters), Pages: 15

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A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, thinking, and intuition

Americans are cultured from their earliest years to be either one-sided douloi or one-sided banausoi, i.e. either they cannot think abstractively/conceptually/orchestrally or else they can only think abstractively. Thinking in a truly rational dialectic between intuition and intellect is just beyond the reach of our nation of emotionalist helots. What prevails among us truly has to be called not thinking but "thinking," a pathetic surrogate for actual thinking for the benefit of existentially or modally crippled mentalities.

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Florence Scovel Shinn on intuition

Intuition is a spiritual faculty and does not explain, but simply points the way.

Florence Scovel Shinn

Source: Women Know Everything!: 3,241 Quips, Quotes, and Brilliant Remarks

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A Quote by Lin Jensen on intuition, journey, and life

Each of our lives is a path.  To know this requires intuition and trust.  If we are true to the steps we take, the travel makes sense and the journey confirms itself.

Lin Jensen

Source: Bad Dog!: A Memoir of Love, Beauty, and Redemption in Dark Places

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A Quote by Mr. on trust, diving communication, god, the lord, and intuition

When you trust in God and listen to the way The Lord communicates, you develop intuition. I am unsure if I was born with this or if I developed it but I think its a little bit of both. I think everyone has intuition. The universe talks to all of us. We just need to know how to listen.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

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A Quote by Alexis Carrel on intuition, perception, and reality

Intuition comes very close to clairvoyance; it appears to be the extrasensory perception of reality.

Alexis Carrel

Source: Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing

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A Quote by Andrew Weil on consciousness, intuition, and life

I have argued that every human being is born with an innate drive to experience altered states of consciousness periodically - in particular to learn how to get away from ordinary ego-centered consciousness.  I have also explained my intuition that this drive is a most important factor in our evolution, both as individuals and as a species.  Non-ordinary experiences are vital to us because they are expressions of our unconscious minds, and the integration of conscious and unconscious experience is the key to life, health, and spiritual development, and fullest use of our nervous systems.  By instilling fear and guilt about altered states of consciousness into our children, we force this drive underground, guaranteeing that it will be expressed in antisocial ways.

Andrew Weil

Source: The Natural Mind: A Revolutionary Approach to the Drug Problem

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