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  1. The sixth sense when communicating is a subconscious interpretation of a number of unconscious signs: the look, tense muscles, shades of voice, emotions. It is also the ability to connect together factors, often unconscious, from the past and present, to assess the importance of each in order to make a decision, for example. That is, in some cases, intuition is needed to predict the future, in others, it is a way to make an optimal decision in the present, and in the third case, it is aimed at recognizing people and determining the degree of proximity during interaction.

    So-called intuition is often presented to us in a distorted form. Intuition tells an anxious person that something must happen, necessarily bad! Nothing happened? We'll have to wait or search. To a neurotic person, intuition tells him that he will be ignored, devalued; to a psychopathic person, intuition will tell him that everything is possible, and no punishment will follow any action. Yes, most of them are in prisons.

    Intuition is mainly responsible for the hippocampus , an ancient structure that is attuned to the “irrational” and emotional. The fact that we feel fear, “uneasy” or inexplicable calmness at the first communication, for example, is a signal from the hippocampus.

    The hippocampus often sends the right signal at the first moment, but then the brain begins to attack the enemies of intuition: “Maybe I'm wrong? Or maybe I imagined it. And he's not a bad person.. I got something wrong…” The idea of a first impression is just about that. As the English say: You never get a second chance to make a first impression. You won't get a second chance to make a first impression. In fact, it will! Most people are incapable of reflecting on this very impression, and if they do manage to do so, they will immediately be overwhelmed by the second and third impressions.

    Better intuition is developed in a balanced person, not anxious, able to recognize their feelings and emotions and trust them. Feelings and emotions in such people work for the benefit of the entire system: they either give pleasure, help to cope and adapt to a stressful situation, or perform a protective function (anger and aggression).

    Often, negative attitudes learned a long time ago interfere with the work of a healthy intuition: “There is no love, there are enemies all around, all women are manipulators, no one needs me, etc.” I'm talking about negative generalizations here. In this case, any signal will trip over these generalizations. I notice that some people often look for untruths where they don't exist. They are waiting for deception with money, they are afraid that they will be used. Thus, it is difficult for them to recognize sincere intentions.

    Bad personal boundaries for intuition are almost a failure. That is, if you do not give yourself the right to defend your territory, let everyone go there with their concerns and requests just because of a duty or, again, because of the fear of appearing bad, then you can become a cash cow and play someone else's games, despite the warning intuition.

    Well-developed intuition in people with normal self-esteem, it is easy for them to see the real picture and not deceive themselves. And reality translates that they do not feel sympathy for you, that you are annoying, your presence is tired. It's easier for someone to shut up their intuition than to admit that they are being treated this way at the moment.

    Intuition is a guard against all evil, as well as a compass to a bright future. But in order for him to get into the right position, you need to be a stable person first of all.

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