“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
You’ve found the blog spot of Jalynn Venis, author and screenwriter. This is where I write about life, death and the mysteries of the universe. I also explore metaphysics, ghosts, angels, science and science‑fiction.
This is the spot where I’ll please and provoke you, riddle you, and sometimes share a laugh or two.
Today, I’m reminding you of one of the greatest minds of the 20th Century — Albert Einstein, a theoretical physicist and an intuitive. When used as a noun, an intuitive is someone who knows things without the benefit of the rational mind or physical evidence. An intuitive is informed and guided by intuition, which refers to the ability to instinctively know or acquire knowledge without consciously reasoning.
Einstein used his intuition as a tool for revealing truths about physics and the nature of the universe. He revered intuition as an inner resource that enabled him to make leaps in the advancement of science that went far beyond the abilities of his peers. Einstein was a fearless scientist who frequently credited his intuition for helping him understand the mysteries of the universe, and he encouraged others to use their intuitions as well.
As an intuitive who has taught individuals, members of non-profit organizations and employees of small and large companies how to develop their intuitive abilities and perceptions, I encourage you to visit my blog spot often. You might find something very useful to ponder or laugh about. And, as I like to think, brilliance — and entertainment — are always just a few keystrokes away.
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