|Karen Fox, Ph.D., Author & Educator
We all have it. We all use
it. It's an innate part of being human.
Nagging Sense -> Hunch -> Gut Instinct -> Intuition -> Healthy
Infrequent -> Not sure
what to do with it -> More Frequent -> Developed ->
There when I need it
The ESP Continuum
Everyone has ESP--it's a natural, normal capacity of the mind. It's not a "power" or "gift"
as popular television shows suggest. It's an inherent ability, a learned skill that can be integrated into your everyday
Everyone can improve it. Like any skill, it just takes learning how to develop and use it.
Jonas Salk, Scientist:
alone will not serve.
Intuition alone can be improved by reason, but reason
alone without intuition can easily
lead the wrong way...That's why I think that
there is both an art and a science to what we do...You need
both. It's the combination that must
be recognized and acknowledged as valued."
(Interview with Jonas Salk, May 16, 1991, by the Academy of Achievement)
Colin Powell, former Secretary of State & U. S. Army General
“Dig up all the information you
can, then go with your instincts. We all have a certain intuition, and the older we get, the more we trust it…I
use my intellect to inform my instinct. Then I use my instinct to test all this data." My American Journey, by Colin Powell, 1995, p. 393
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"Karen, your reading was the turnaround point in
trying to make some changes in my life. At the time I was not sure how some of the information applied but I have since
learned that you understood what was at the heart of the situation when I didn't! Your reading was insightful, focused,
and so empowering. Thank you." -- Sarah
I was in the last semester of my undergraduate degree in business at George Mason University.
One day,the professor told the class that you have now learned how to use all kinds of methods for collecting data to make
good business decisions. And someday, you will have experience that you can rely on as well. But sometimes you have
to set that aside, and go with your gut instinct—even when it goes against the data and your experience. I knew
what that meant. He may have been more comfortable using the term “gut instinct,” but that’s the
same as intuition and the psychic sense.
The Psychic Workbook, page 203, by Karen Fox