In a recent blog, author Brent Edwards elaborates on the differences between "strategic intuition" and "expert intuition." When we have achieved a level of heightened awareness, we find that the two variations of these often misunderstood phenomena go hand in hand in not only the decisions that we make, but also in living our lives purposefully and in the present moment.

Edwards, in his interview with published author William Duggan, discovers that strategic intuition is a more thought-out plan to action by facilitating insightful means and ways through an "A-ha moment." The "A-ha moment" -- or "Viola!" ingenuity is when we find resolutions through instinctual thoughts, sights, sounds, and even scents in everyday living. For example, how often have you worked on a specific problem and you've had to walk away from the issue to try and contemplate it? All of we have done this at some time or another. But, it's in that time that we've thought about or walked away from the problem, and peering around our environment that we've suddenly encountered something, heard something or perhaps, a thought crosses our mind, and VIOLA! - We’ve created a solution with little or no effort. This is in essence, strategic intuition. In our contemplation, we find resolution.

Some of history's greatest inventors and philosophers didn't randomly come across information without serious contemplation and meditation. However, their "Viola!" moment came at the precise moment when they were in the process of assimilating an idea, invention, or theory on a process, definition or other innovative mechanism. It's all relative. Fundamentally, this is how strategic intuition works; and we have, at some point in our lives, used this inherent and deliberate methodology without ever realizing it. A matter of fact, it is strategic intuition that lends its wisdom in achieving success, manifesting wealth, and improving overall lifestyle.

When we use expert intuition, we rely on our instinctual senses to quickly assert a situation and spring forth into action. This brings back the subject of "flight or fight" response - where we leap feet first, relying on past experience and rapid insight. Expert intuition is gained through achieving a higher consciousness, and knowing instinctively when to act and when to retreat. This is how many a man; woman, child and even animals have quickly turned into heroines through instinctive behavior and call to action. By rapid recognition of a certain environment, situation or problem, we apply expert intuition to act quickly. In this sense, we are not "contemplating" the situation, we simply "know" that we must, and accordingly do, act to address the situation at hand.

In general, both expert intuition and strategic intuition are facilitated to generate positive outcomes and in creating prosperous realities. When is the last time you've used your expert or strategic intuition to manifest success? If you haven't recognized it yet, you may not be using your full sixth sense perception and cognitive potential to create positive change in your life. If you are ready to learn how you can apply both expert intuition and strategic intuition in your daily life, the Manifestation Method is a teaching tool that emboldens you with greater and more powerful means to achieve your dreams, and to create the reality that you would like to have in the here and now.

Until we speak again, I am

Joan Marie, your Intuition Expert

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Another Concept in Intuitive Action

By Joan Marie Whelan

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About the Author: Joan Marie Whelan, an internationally known intuitive specialist, business consultant, medium, and coach travels throughout the United States sharing her gifts and the Manifestation Method with solo-preneurs, professionals, small business owners, and large companies. Her much anticipated first book, “Self- Discovery: The Nine Principles to Reveal Your Sacred Gifts" will be published later this year. For more information about Joan Marie and her upcoming, exclusive events, please go to: www.joanmariewhelan.com