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Early Intuition Where Opportunities Arise

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The early dawn of a new day as the sun just begins to rise, brings forth "early intuition, where opportunities arise"

Described by Carl Jung, intuition was an "irrational function", opposed most directly by sensation, and opposed less strongly by the "rational functions" of thinking and feeling. Jung defined intuition as "perception via the unconscious"

These "intuitive types" of people act not on the basis of rational judgment but on sheer intensity of perception.

An extraverted intuitive type orients to new and promising but unproven possibilities, often leaving to chase after a new possibility before old ventures have borne fruit, oblivious to his or her own welfare in the constant pursuit of change.

An introverted intuitive type orients by images from the unconscious, ever exploring the psychic world of the archetypes, seeking to perceive the meaning of events, but often having no interest in playing a role in those events and not seeing any connection between the contents of the psychic world and him- or herself.

Extraverted intuitive types are likely entrepreneurs, speculators, and cultural revolutionaries, often undone by a desire to escape every situation before it becomes settled and constraining—even repeatedly leaving lovers for the sake of new romantic possibilities.

His introverted intuitive types were likely mystics, prophets, or cranks, and often struggle with a tension between protecting their visions from influence by others and making their ideas comprehensible and reasonably persuasive to others—a necessity for those visions to bear real fruit.


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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 05 November, 2011.