Intuition, Creativity, Innovation

Author: Henri Samier

Publisher: Wiley-ISTE


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 172

View: 478

This book explores the scientific perspective on the concept of intuition, particularly in relation to vibration, music and emotion. Taking a multimedia approach, it contains practical exercises that will help the reader to achieve greater intuition and develop their capacity for creativity and innovation. The exercises in this book come from over a hundred workshops worldwide in both business and higher education. They include, for example, the “Mind Map of Me”, an introspective exercise designed to develop trust and confidence in the self and the reader’s own intuition. The book opens the field of possibilities to the reader, offering encouragement and motivation to explore new approaches and techniques. With these tools, intuition can become a valuable ally in everyday life.

Medical Intuition

Your Awakening to Wholeness

Author: C. Norman Shealy Md, PhD

Publisher: ARE Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 246

View: 378

Foreword by Caroline Myss, best-selling author and medical intuitive. Building on the significant history of the use of medical intuition by leaders in the field, Dr. Norman Shealy provides us with a path to using our innate intuition to develop optimal personal power and health. This book is your primer to medical intuition. From beginning to end, you’ll learn how to use your basic healing power effectively and immediately. Nothing is more important than personal health, for ultimately one’s own health is the major determinant of the value of one’s life.


Author: K. W. Wild

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Philosophy

Page: 252

View: 523

Originally published in 1938, this book examines the meaning of the word 'intuition'. Wild considers many different applications of the word in a variety of poetic and philosophical sources, and questions whether or not such a faculty truly can be said to exist. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in intuition and the implications of such a word's usage.


The Focus of Thinking

Author: Rudolf Steiner

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press


Category: Intuition

Page: 146

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Rudolf Steiner draws a clear distinction between the spiritual meaning of the word Intuition and its ordinary definition. As the highest form of spiritual perception, Intuition has an existential significance for our process of knowledge. Through systematic schooling, thinking can be developed into an intuitive organ by means of which the spiritual can consciously be understood and penetrated. Intuition can reveal the essence of the spirit, the processes through which human beings and the world came into existence, and the events in our life after death. In his later works, Steiner spoke of Intuition as a form of supersensible knowledge that could provide direct insight into practical life, as exemplified here in his commentary on geometry, architecture, education, medicine, eurythmy, painting and the social organism. The concept of Intuition is fundamental to Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual philosophy. It denotes a clear, pure mode of comprehension akin to a mathematical concept. We meet it in his earliest writings on Goethe, in the development of his philosophical ideas and in his many lectures and addresses. Ably compiled and introduced by Edward de Boer, this volume clarifies a concept that evolved in Steiner’s thinking. By following the idea of Intuition in its gradual transformation and amplification throughout Steiner’s writing and lecturing career, the book offers not only inspiring paths to spiritual knowledge, but also insights into how anthroposophy developed. Chapters include: ‘The Perceptive Power of Judgement – Goethe’s Intuition’; ‘Moral Intuition – Experiencing Thinking’; ‘The Human Being – Intuition as a Bridge to the Spirit’; ‘The Schooling Path – Spiritual Development and the Power of Intuition’; ‘Intuition Exercises’; ‘Three Stages of Consciousness – Intuition in Relation to Imagination and Inspiration’; ‘Knowledge of Destiny – Intuition and Repeated Earth Lives’; ‘Intuition in Practice – Examples from Various Specialist Fields’.


Author: Nicole Haybron

Publisher: Tate Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 264

View: 956

InIntuitionChloe finds herself lost and alone in a life of uncertainty. When her family relocates to a new town she falls into a hopeless depression. But when Michael-her once childhood companion-comes back into her life, a new adventure begins. As Chloe falls desperately in love with him she learns that her soul mate has been gifted with a great power...the ability to see the future. As fate brings tragedy into her life, Michael's gifts are her only hope for survival...what will be her destiny?

Radical Intuition

A Revolutionary Guide to Using Your Inner Power

Author: Kim Chestney

Publisher: New World Library


Category: Self-Help

Page: 312

View: 300

Radical Intuition reveals an all new understanding of intuition and how to use it to live an extraordinary life. This practical guide will teach you to go beyond thinking and discover higher awareness with the power of intuition — a revolutionary force at the threshold of a new era of consciousness. Kim Chestney gives clear guidance for tuning in to your own process of insight, backed by voices from successful insight leaders who recognize intuition as the source of genius in all aspects of life. Learn how to tap into your inner wisdom and create the life you are made for. Featuring contributions from Kelly Noonan Gores (writer/director of the documentary HEAL), Steve Kilbey (singer-songwriter of the Church), Brett Larkin (Uplifted Yoga), Day Schildkret (author of Morning Altars), Jesse Schell (author of The Art of Game Design).

Natural-born Intuition

How to Awaken and Develop Your Inner Wisdom: Easyread Large Bold Edition

Author: Lauren Thibodeau



Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 336

View: 425

Even so, this book is designed to make the inward journey less daunting by helping you understand yourself better. Through a series of self-tests (appraisals, really, because you can't fail), you'll determine your natural-born intuitive style. You'll learn your natural intuitive strengths and weaknesses. You'll learn your key values and how they interact with your natural intuitive style. You'll learn how those two elementsyour natural intuitive style and your deeply held valuescan launch you into that center of deeply guided inner wisdom, what I call the Knowing Zone. From there, you'll learn how to use a simple process called the Four Corners of Knowing to assess any decision both intuitively and analytically. That process ensures that you use both your creative right-brain hemisphere and your logical left-brain hemisphere.

The Bloomsbury Companion to Aesthetics

Author: Anna Christina Ribeiro

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Philosophy

Page: 368

View: 462

The Bloomsbury Companion to Aesthetics presents a practical study guide to emerging topics and art forms in aesthetics and the philosophy of art. Placing contemporary discussion in its historical context, this companion begins with an introduction to the history of aesthetics. Surveying the central topics, terms and figures and noting the changes in the roles the arts played over the centuries, it also tackles methodological issues asking what the proper object of study in aesthetics is, and how we should go about studying it. Written by leading analytic philosophers in the field, chapters on Core Issues and Art Forms cover four major topics; - the definition of art and the ontology of art work - aesthetic experience, aesthetic properties, and aesthetic and artistic value - specific art forms including music, dance, theatre, the visual arts as a whole, and the various forms of popular art - new areas in aesthetics and the philosophy of art, such as environmental aesthetics and global standpoint aesthetics, as well as other new directions the field is taking towards everyday aesthetics Featuring a list of research resources and an extensive chronology of works in aesthetics and the philosophy of art dating from the fifth century BC to the 21st century, The Bloomsbury Companion to Aesthetics provides an engaging introduction to contemporary aesthetics.

Intuition 101

Strategies & Exercises To Let Intuition Guide You: Ways To Develop & Strengthen Your Intuition

Author: Armida Senate




Page: 212

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All of God's children are endowed with the highest intelligence: intuition, the all-knowing wisdom of the soul. lotus gold left. Intuition is that power of Spirit inherited by the soul by which truth is perceived directly, without the medium of any other faculty. In this delightfully inspiring book, the author teach you how to establish a direct connection with the Divine that will raise your vibration, heal your heart, allow instant access to Universal information, and transform your life.

Ignite Your Intuition

Improve Your Memory, Make Better Decisions, Be More Creative and Achieve Your Full Potential

Author: Craig Karges

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 200

View: 177

Extraordinist Craig Karges is known to millions of television viewers for his remarkable demonstrations of extraordinary phenomena on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Larry King Live, and many other TV shows. He presented his one-man touring show "Experience the Extraordinary" at performing arts centers, universities and corporate events in over 150 cities worldwide in 1998. Readers will learn how to use their intuition to solve problems, make decisions, come up with creative ideas, forecast their future, and even learn how to be in the right place at the right time. Karges reveals to readers proven techniques to program the subconscious mind for success including visualization, affirmations, and goal setting. They will learn how to use their subconscious to achieve personal goals and become the individuals they truly want to be. Karges also delves deeper into the power of the subconscious disclosing how to use dreams to solve problems and gain powerful insights about life. He reveals how it may be possible to know the unknown — how to exploit your natural psychic abilities. Readers will learn how to recognize these powers, develop them, and use them in daily life. Karges includes exercises, games, and stunts that help readers test and enhance subconscious skills, while amazing their friends at the same time.

Husserl Or Frege?

Meaning, Objectivity, and Mathematics

Author: Claire Ortiz Hill

Publisher: Open Court Publishing


Category: Philosophy

Page: 315

View: 540

Most areas of philosopher Edmund Husserl’s thought have been explored, but his views on logic, mathematics, and semantics have been largely ignored. These essays offer an alternative to discussions of the philosophy of contemporary mathematics. The book covers areas of disagreement between Husserl and Gottlob Frege, the father of analytical philosophy, and explores new perspectives seen in their work.

Let's Talk Intuition

101 Powerful Insights to Transform Your Life Today and Forever

Author: Darlene Pitts

Publisher: Inspiration & Intuition Incorporated


Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

View: 648

This resource reveals how intuition transforms life today and forever. The author discusses ways to trust intuition and bring greater joy, love, inner peace and success into life.

EBook: Social Psychology 3e

Author: David Myers

Publisher: McGraw Hill


Category: Psychology


View: 908

Social psychology has a profound influence on our everyday lives; from our shopping habits to our interactions at a party. It seeks to answer questions that we often think and talk about; questions such as: - What circumstances prompt people to help, or not to help? - What factors influence the ups and downs of our close relationships? - Why do some people behave differently when on their own compared to in a group? - What leads individuals sometimes to hurt, and other times to help one another? - Why are we attracted to certain types of people? - How do some persuade others to do what they want? This new edition of Social Psychology has been revised to introduce a more flexible structure for teaching and studying. It includes up-to-date, international research with an emphasis throughout on its critical evaluation. Applied examples across the chapters help to highlight the relevance, and hence the impact, that the theories and methods of this fascinating subject have upon the social world. Key Features Include: - Research Close-Up:?Following a brand-new style, this feature matches the layout used in research papers, providing an accessible introduction to journal articles and the research methods used by social psychologists. - Focus On:?Fully revised, these boxes look at opposing viewpoints, controversial research or alternative approaches to the topics. This offers a more critical outlook and prompts the questioning of the validity of published research - Recommended Readings:?New to this edition, recommended further readings of both classic and contemporary literature have been added to each chapter, providing a springboard for further consideration of the topics. Connect Psychology is McGraw-Hill’s digital learning and teaching environment. Students – You get easy online access to homework, tests and quizzes designed by your instructor. You receive immediate feedback on how you’re doing, making it the perfect platform to test your knowledge. Lecturers – Connect gives you the power to create auto-graded assignments, tests and quizzes online. The detailed visual reporting allows you to easily monitor your students’ progress. In addition, you can access key support materials for your teaching, including a testbank, seminar materials and lecture support. Visit:? more details. Professor David N. Myers holds the Sady and Ludwig Kahn Chair in Jewish History. As of fall 2017, he serves as the director of the Luskin Center for History and Policy. He previously served as chair of the UCLA History Department (2010-2015) and as director of the UCLA Center for Jewish Studies (1996-2000 and 2004-2010). Dr Jackie Abell is a Reader in Social Psychology with the Research Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, based at Coventry University, UK. Her current areas of research interest include the application of social psychology to wildlife conservation and environmental issues to facilitate resilience and sustainable development, place attachment and identity, social cohesion and inclusion. Professor Fabio Sani holds a Chair in Social and Health Psychology at the University of Dundee. His general research interest concerns the mental and physical health implications of group processes, social identity and sense of belonging. He has been an associate editor of the European Journal of Social Psychology.

Reason and Ethics

The Case Against Objective Value

Author: Joel Marks

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Philosophy

Page: 240

View: 214

Reason and Ethics defends the theoretical claim that all values are subjective and the practical claim that human affairs can be conducted fruitfully in full awareness of this. Joel Marks goes beyond his previous work defending moral skepticism to question the existence of all objective values. This leads him to suggest a novel answer to the Companions in Guilt argument that the denial of morality would mean relinquishing rationality as well. Marks disarms the argument by conceding the irreality of both morality and logic, but is still able to rescue rationality while dispensing with morality on pragmatic grounds. He then offers a positive account of how life may be lived productively without recourse to attributions and assertions of right and wrong, good and bad, and even truth and falsity. Written in an accessible and engaging style, Reason and Ethics will be of interest to scholars and students working in metaethics as well as to the generally intellectually curious.

Intuition in Judgment and Decision Making

Author: Henning Plessner

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Psychology

Page: 704

View: 917

The central goal of this volume is to bring the learning perspective into the discussion of intuition in judgment and decision making. The book gathers recent work on intuitive decision making that goes beyond the current dominant heuristic processing perspective. However, that does not mean that the book will strictly oppose this perspective. The unique perspective of this book will help to tie together these different conceptualizations of intuition and develop an integrative approach to the psychological understanding of intuition in judgment and decision making. Accordingly, some of the chapters reflect prior research from the heuristic processing perspective in the new light of the learning perspective. This book provides a representative overview of what we currently know about intuition in judgment and decision making. The authors provide latest theoretical developments, integrative frameworks and state-of-the-art reviews of research in the laboratory and in the field. Moreover, some chapters deal with applied topics. Intuition in Judgment and Decision Making aims not only at the interest of students and researchers of psychology, but also at scholars from neighboring social and behavioral sciences such as economy, sociology, political sciences, and neurosciences.

Guardians of the Humanist Legacy: The Classicism of T.S. Eliot's Criterion Network and its Relevance to our Postmodern World

Author: Jeroen Vanheste

Publisher: BRILL


Category: History

Page: 564

View: 278

The T.S. Eliot of the 1920s was a European humanist who was part of an international network of like-minded intellectuals. Their ideas about literature, education and European culture in general remain highly relevant to the cultural debates of our day.

Psychology and Theology

Or, Psychology Applied to the Investigation of Questions Relating to Religion, Natural Theology, and Revelation

Author: Richard Alliott



Category: Apologetics

Page: 352

View: 154

Handbook of Research Methods on Intuition

Author: Marta Sinclair

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing


Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 366

How does one go about studying intuition _ a complex, cross-disciplinary field, which is still developing? How can intuition be captured in situ? How can a researcher harness their own intuition? This book uses method-related themes to help an