Tag Archives: Intuition

Genetic Memory, Epigenetics and Artistry

This is the central question of today’s post:  Are we artists because we just are (more or less by our own free choice), or because we’re wired, genetically, to be artists, in the same way that our ancestors were?  Further, … Continue reading

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Sorcery and Alchemy

I happened upon an intriguing little article, the other day, which asked whether or not you’re meant for something bigger, on this planet.  Well, we all are, but I thought it was an interesting series of questions, nevertheless.  People are … Continue reading

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The Joy of Intuitive Anticipation

They say that guitar players’ brains are different to other people, in that they have a stronger tendency to synchronise with the music, at a biophysical level, and with other players.  According to studies, they temporarily switch off their consciousness … Continue reading

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Consciousness, Curiosity, Creativity, Intuition, Dreaming and Imagination

These things seem, to me, to be deeply related and interconnected.  I don’t know why.  Call it a hunch.  I couldn’t find very much literature on the neural correlates of these six aspects of our cognitive functioning, so it seems … Continue reading

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The Important Advantages of Insight

Lately, I have been reading a lot of material about innovation management.  We’re stuck in a 1920s paradigm, when it comes to the commercial management of development projects.  That’s clearly wrong and there are newer, better ways of managing a … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Whiskers

Everybody knows that a cat uses his whiskers as an extended sense organ.  They permit him to remain at large from predators and to sense the presence of small, fast-moving “rodentry”, so that starvation is averted.  Nobody would think of … Continue reading

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The Power of Intuition

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and has feathers like a duck…it’s very likely to be a duck.  This truism speaks to an observation about the difficulty in hiding the obvious facts … Continue reading

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Television Ate My Life

When I first started with a life coach, in a quest to try to make time for art and creativity in my life, I was wondering how I was going to find that time.  I worked long hours, commuted for … Continue reading

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