A Quote by Robert Moss on intuition, logic, and wisdom

Strings of coincidence can strengthen us in the determination to follow our deepest intuitions even when they run counter to conventional wisdom and logic and cannot be subjected to rational explanation.

Robert Moss

Source: The Three “Only” Things

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A Quote by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry on discovery, dream, intuition, and logic

The theoretician believes in logic and believes that he despises dreams, intuition, and poetry.  He does not recognize that these three fairies have only disguised themselves in order to dazzle him...  He does not know that he owes his greatest discoveries to them.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900 - 1944)

Source: Wartime Writings 1939-1944

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A Quote by Sue Patton Thoele on intuition

Intuition is a heart message minus the static.

Sue Patton Thoele

Source: Freedoms After 50

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A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, mind, language, culture aristos, arete, excellence, reality, and intuition

Learning to free up or liberate one's mind to capture precisely the most essential points in anything is an athletic exercise in which, for the first time, we discover just what the actual cash-value of our "culture" truly is: has our culture contributed to making our minds more acute, clearer, more nimble and elastic? Has it given us a richer vocabulary of essences or concepts to facilitate our rational and moral digestion of issues? Or is our "culture" really no enzymatic culture at all, but merely a scheme of encumbrances, of intellectual and rational impediments that have been compounded out of endless Pavlovian conditionings, by which we came to accept fallacies and equivocations and deceptive connotations and lying rhetoric etc. as if they were the gospel truth? The premier value of reading the ancient thinkers lies in their aristocratic culture's determination to put an absolute premium on the development of acuity, directness, economy or essentiality of characterizations, etc. To be competent as an "aristos" (one committed absolutely to the cultivation of excellence or "arete" in its superlative degree), an individual was expected to keen his insights and judgment as much in the domain of intuition (being sensitive to the subtleties of the evidence, the realities) as in the domain of intellection (mustering the most apt tools of expression to characterize, conceptualize and evaluate these realities). Moderns have only the feeblest grasp of both of these processes.

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Elise Lebeau on intuition

"Intuition is the most efficient problem solving strategy: It provides the best results for the least efforts..."

Elise Lebeau

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A Quote by Elise Lebeau on intuition

"Intuition is the most efficient problem solving strategy: It provides the best results for the least efforts..."

Elise Lebeau

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A Quote by Deepak Chopra on free market, moraliy, intuition, and consciousness

...there's a disconnect between public and private morality. What corporations and governments do (ruining people's retirement funds, killing an enemy en masse) is unthinkable for the individual. Few societies have successfully bridged this gap. The only answer I can come up with is that only consciousness can prevail. When you find yourself having to make a difficult moral choice, your choice comes intuitively. One person automatically resorts to violence, another automatically resists violence. In the larger scheme this doesn't mark the difference between good and bad. It marks the stages of evolution that consciousness has always gone through and will continue to.

Deepak Chopra

Source: The Amorality of the Free Market:

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A Quote by Michael Bierut on processes, intuition, and business

Most processes leave out the stuff no one wants to talk about: magic, intuition and leaps of faith.

Michael Bierut

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A Quote by zaadzster_1 on guidance, intuition, and trust

The more and more each is impelled by that which is intuitive, or the relying upon the soul force within, the greater, the farther, the deeper, the broader, the more constructive may be the result.

Edgar Cayce

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A Quote by Walter Russell on genius, inwards, intuition, mind, consciousness, god, divine, creator, light, excellence, sense, creation, and inspiration

Every genius thinks INWARDLY toward his Mind instead of outwardly toward his senses. The genius can hear sounds coming out of the silence with his inner ears. He can vision non-existent forms with his inner eyes and he can feel the rhythms of God's thinking and His knowing -- which are a blank slate to the man who believes that HE is his body. When a human rises to the exalted state of genius, he becomes a co-Creator with God. The beginning of creative expression in man is the first evidence of the unfolding Light of his genius, for no man who is purely sense-controlled can create. He can remember and repeat the records which he has imprinted upon his physical brain, but his brain has no knowledge. Therefore, he cannot create. Man can create only with his Mind -- and the brain is not the Mind. The brain is merely the seat of sensation and the electric recorder of sensation.

Walter Russell

Source: Home Study Course

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