Proving the Validity of Intuition

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This article proves the validity of intuition.

As Fejfar has shown, it is possible to prove the validity of  intuition.I argue that intuition proceeds from high speed, preconscious, or unconscious analogical thought processes.  What happens is that analogical thinking is so fast that an intuitive insight will suddenly burst out into the left hemisphere and the conscious mind, seemingly from nowhere.But, sometimes it seems that intuition produces insights which are not in the range of the person's sense experience nor memories of such sense experience. Intuition can produce insights that seem far out, because intuition is accessing non locally at a distance.Intuition does this by drawing on information provided by quantum intuition.As a zen mystic might say, the intuitive mystic is one with the rock or tree, non locally at a distance, providing  intuitive insights about the rock which he would otherwise not be able to.Now, we can understand how telepathy, for example, might function.


Submitted: April 12, 2016

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