I have not arrived at my understanding of the universe by means of the rational mind. - Albert Einstein
We use our rational mind to read maps, balance budgets, prepare taxes, and attend to many of life's activities. Carl Jung defined intuition as an unconscious process of perception required for creative thinking. He felt sense perception became a starting point to stimulate ideas, images and ways out of a blocked situation.
Our eyes, ears, noses, mouths, tongues, fingers and toes assist us to experience life.
Do we learn curiosity and creativity?
Is intuition nurtured? Does it rattle in the background of experience, knowledge and synaptic connections?
Do you feel a heightened perception at times where sensory imagery leads you to discovery?
Will a flash in the corner of the eye flame into an idea or concept?
What unlocks mysteries and reaches for connections?
Writers benefit from a high level of curiosity mixed with syncronicity and its extensions. It becomes a push with all the senses to uncover flickers, fragrance and fun.
Awaken awareness to movement around you. Take in substances, textures and make correlations. Invite synchronicity and include a collaboration with nature. Squint to see objects beyond what they appear.
Stimulate your perception. Ask questions of nature and write to discover.