Making Intuitions!

Intuition is something that people have for someone or for something in life. It is like a belief that people make and it has chances of becoming true most of the time. Some people make intuitions on what they see and hear!

An intuition is like a gut feeling and it has a powerful effect too.

I have created a new definition of the word, intuition which will help us understand it in a better way.

I- It makes the chances to make things become true.

N- Nobody can agree to this unless they see the intuitions coming true.

T- There are people who make intuitions, and they feel happy about it.

U- Understanding them can be difficult if people don’t believe in intuitions!

I- In the generation that we are living in; most people find it hard to make intuitions and then give their opinions about it.

T- Thoughts are important in making intuitions!

I- Ideas shared between people who make them.

O- Only people who have experienced their intuitions becoming true can relate to this.

N- Never take intuitions lightly because we don’t know what the outcome will be!

We should believe in our intuitions but at the same time we should be careful that they sometimes make things complicated to understand as well. So, we should not take them too seriously because if they don’t turn out to be what we want then we will get disappointed!

9 Replies to “Making Intuitions!”

  1. Great post. My mother is seen as a witch, a seer, a diviner, a knower, or a bunch of other things. Personally I think that her powers have a lot to do with intuition. Like a card counter who wins a little too many poker games. They see a lot, say little, and their predictions usually turn out to be true.


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