Fear and instinct... intutive thinking
Fear transferred through ancestral knowledge forms the basis of instinct. Predatory animals for instance are imprinted upon the collective memory as creatures to fear; we instinctually know to avoid these creatures without ever having been harmed by one. Fear in its purest form is developed through experience. We learn quickly to fear that which is perceived, whether real or imagined, as a threat to our existence.

Instincts are a product of both experience and intuition. Whereas intuition is a continual process of environmental information filtering, instincts are the resulting beliefs created by the data processed by intuitive functions. We instinctually know from experience, for instance, to seek shelter during harsh weather


intution
Intuition can be defined as a holistic filtering of information gathered by the other senses.Beyond intuition’s filtering of extraneous information there is a peculiar human ability to at times foresee future events. This ability is known as precognition.
Precognition or the act of knowing beforehand that an event will occur is a phenomena experienced by many, yet little is known about this mysterious ability. The greatest hindrance to serious scientific study of precognitive abilities is their nature as a spontaneous and seemingly random event. It is difficult, if not impossible for scientists to research a human ability with such an unpredictable rate of occurrence.

researches pertaining to intution
Research has shown that 80 to 85 percent of precognitive experiences involve a spouse, family member or friend with whom the individual has close emotional ties. The remaining incidences of precognition involve strangers or casual relationships, many of whom are the victims of some form of disaster.

Precognitive experiences are not limited however to close relationships. The exact cause of precognition is unknown. There are numerous theories ranging from outright sceptical dismissal to angelic intervention.

Just as intuitive sensing and instinctual knowledge are remnants of an ancestral need to remain intimately connected to the environment precognition is a similarly ancient aspect of human perception. Intuition is responsible for filtering the information gathered by the other senses, instinctual knowledge is the result of that information being formed into coherent ideas and concepts.

Precognition may be the next logical step in this progression. A collection of intuitive information gathered over time which forms eventually into premonitions, prophecy and other forms of precognitive events experienced in all parts of the world.

Precognition in this context may be viewed as a communication method of the intuitive mind, one designed to convey concepts of potential futures based on information gathered by the intuitive senses. The seemingly random nature of precognition may be misleading. These events may not be random at all. But rather the cumulative result of long periods of extra sensory information gathering.

The precognitive event appears random or spontaneous due to it’s method of delivery, usually in vivid dreams or flashes of insight. The information gathered by the intuitive senses however is steady and ongoing. It may be that precognitive experiences are just as regular as the intuitive information gathering process but are unfortunately overlooked, misinterpreted or unrecognized as important symbols generated by the intuitive mind.


Evolution of intution
The fight or flight response is an instinctual survival mechanism. Intuition is an automatic function of perception. Intuition is the instantaneous and holistic perception of the environment. The five senses collect information, the mechanism of intuition filters all information gathered and zeros in on subtle cues provided by physical awareness.

The process of intuitive thinking takes place beyond the scope of the conscious or sub-conscious. Intuitive filtering occurs in the ancestral brain, the primordial mind. Without the primordial mind filtering subtle cues from extraneous perception mankind would not have lasted long among the wild beasts. Indeed intuition is directly connected to our survival as a species.

Prior to the complex mental development necessary for language, the communication of danger signals would have been performed in large part with hand gestures and short, load verbal exchanges. The primordial mind relied completely on intuition.

Existence at the earliest stages of our development would have consisted of states of alert rest or periods of flight from danger. Intuition would account for all environmental perception. There would have been no objective or subjective analysis of sensory perceptions as exists today. To stop and analyze perceptions would have invited certain death. Perception consisted of “danger – run” or “no danger – continue life”. These two basic states of perception form the base of all intuitive thought processes.

Developing intution
I believe Intution is a natural gift and almost everyone has it whether it be humans or animals but the extent varies.It is said that animals have a very well developed sense of intution and thats why they are able to sense the dangers or calamities before time. I have seen that in certain cases pet animals started behaving abnormally just before something bad had happened like the death of someone in the house or something like this.

Since intution is a psychicc power, I do believe that it can be developed by various steps like meditation, awareness and focussing.
Meditation strengthens the ties to the spiritual self and enhances the mind, body, spirit connection. There is no greater tool available for increasing psychic abilities than meditation. Through meditation it is possible to achieve a state of intense awareness of subtle energies. There are many sources of information regarding meditation available if the practice is new to you.

Awareness of surroundings like noticing various sounds, textures ans smells without opening the eyes increase awareness level and intution.Often intuitive information is communicated to us in bits and pieces. Pay attention to random thoughts and feelings. Keep a journal handy at all times and try to write down those thoughts that seem to come out of nowhere. You may notice after awhile that patterns tend to emerge. This is called focussing.

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