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    Title: Applying Intuitive Methods in Explorations of Preferred Futures
    Authors: Miller, Ruth-Ellen L.
    Date: 2015-09
    Issue Date: 2017-01-16 15:15:11 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 淡江大學未來學研究所
    Abstract: Western Industrial culture has trained us to ignore our inner knowing and intuitive
    senses in favor of purely “rational” thought processes. Yet one of the major shifts we’re
    experiencing in this culture today is an increasing acceptance of the validity of intuitive
    awareness.
    The root meaning of the word Intuition is “teaching from within,” and elders and
    spiritual teachers across the ages have stated that much of what we really need to know
    about ourselves and the world around us can be learned more effectively by “going
    within” than by listening to others. An exploration of the literature – both experimental and
    experiential – provides a few simple principles which encourage consistency in this kind of
    intuitive awareness.
    Applying these principles on a regular basis has been demonstrated anecdotally, and
    appears experimentally, to provide significant enhancement of analytical decision-making
    processes and can therefore lead to more effective implementation of plans for the future.
    Relation: Journal of Futures Studies 20(1), pp.101-110
    DOI: 10.6531/JFS.2015.20(1).S101
    Appears in Collections:[未來研究叢刊] 第20卷第1期

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