Developing Intuition
Heartfulness eMagazine|February 2021
Megha Bajaj shares some simple tips on how to develop the capacity for intuition, which can be cultivated in daily life.
By Megha Bajaj

For as long as I can remember, I have been an intuitive person. Whether it has been choosing people to work with, or projects to undertake, intuition has helped tremendously. Intuition is nothing but a hunch, a feeling, which may not necessarily be based on facts. You see someone, and you just know they are going to play an integral role in your life. You see another person and the caution blinkers go ballistic. “Stay away, stay away,” a siren rings in your head, for no particular reason. You just know that a certain person is going to call you on a particular day. All these are instances of intuition.

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