Episode #22

 

Intuition is Perception via the Unconcious

Today Falk Kastell helps me better understand what intuition is and how it can work in every-day life. William's heavy intellectual propensity makes it a challenge for him to come to terms with subconscious signals and relying on them to make decisions. Let's see whether Falk can assist him in raising his awareness and expanding his personal capacity for multi-faceted perception.

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Notes:

This episode’s title is a quote by Carl Gustav Jung.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Jung

Chris Turner is a highly intuitive English rapper. His YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisPJTurner

An article on the meaning of the law of attraction and synchronicity, also providing examples:
https://www.thelawofattraction.com/synchronicity/

Single-line drawings by Falk Kastell:

A photo taken by Falk from inside a demolished school building in Cuba:

 

 

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