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Intuition at Work

Pulling a rabbit out of a hat

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” ~Albert Einstein

Often, it is our rational mind that is put to work to come up with ideas. It becomes a strained and serious game, trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat, when we should approach idea generation with a sense of open, gentle play—the way we did when we were children making believe. Yet, when we bring our intuition to the game, magic happens. We find out that we are so much more than a boxed-in brain. There is a natural process that engages our minds when we relax into it and allow ideas to surface naturally.

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Bonita Summers
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