But if you go back only a few hundred years ago, your natural gut instinct and your ability to pick up energy signals was your key to survival.
Intuition or gut feelings are also the result of a lot of processing that happens in the brain. The brain is a large predictive machine, constantly absorbing incoming sensory/energy information and in the moment experiences, against stored knowledge and memories of previous experiences, and predicting what will probably happen next.
Most people at one time or another, have had an intuitive feeling about something for no reason whatsoever, maybe it was deciding not to walk somewhere and take the car instead for no good reason, just a feeling that that was the right thing to do. How many times have you walked into a room or a bar and picked up a bad vibe? Most people have been conditioned to ignore it, that’s a big mistake intuition and gut feeling are your survival instincts that have been honed by mother nature for thousands of years.
I worked on the doors as a bouncer for 15 years and I can tell you for certain, I lived and survived on my gut instinct and picking up on people’s bad energy even before anything had happened. Individuals give off energy, good or bad it’s just energy if you listen to your gut you can pick up on it. There would be certain nights working in crowded bars that the team would be whispering to each other there’s something in the air tonight, something doesn’t feel right, crowds produce even more energy than just one person sometimes you could cut the energy in the air with a knife so to speak, and on every occasion our instincts were proved right. It also worked the other way some nights however busy, there was just an air of calm energy about them and went smoothly.
It is time to trust our intuition and see it for what it really is: a fast, automatic, subconscious picking up on the energy that surrounds us, it can provide us with very useful information that deliberate over analysing can’t. We need understand and to accept that intuitive and analytic thinking complement each other, and should time allow in a serious situation be weighed up against each other in difficult decision-making situations.