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How does intuitive thinking work?

Intuitive thinking takes no thought...

Intuitive thinking, also known as instinctive thinking, is a type of thinking that occurs effortlessly and requires no conscious effort or thought. It is a way of thinking that is automatic and almost seems to happen subconsciously. Unlike analytical thinking, which involves deliberate and conscious evaluation of information, intuitive thinking operates on a more instinctive level, based on past experiences and internalized knowledge. Intuitive thinking can be seen as a kind of "gut feeling" or "sixth sense," where our brains rapidly process vast amounts of information to arrive at a quick and accurate conclusion without any conscious effort or thought. While intuitive thinking may seem almost magical in its ability to produce quick and accurate results, it is, in fact, a result of the brain's remarkable ability to process information quickly and efficiently.

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