Intuition - Pedagogy. Theoretical pedagogy

Intuition

In the light of energy-informational pedagogy, intuition shines with new facets - a mysterious and unknown phenomenon of our world. Intuition, illumination, a sixth sense, a premonition, a "feeling inwardly." Who did not hear about this and was not surprised at the presentiments? If there were no intuition, poets and science fictionists died out like mammoths, and their brilliant masterpieces would be like ironing boards.

It's boring to give materialistic definitions of intuition. In them there is no definition in fact, but there are only desires to reconcile the non-material nature of this phenomenon with dialectics. At first, long rehashes about the senses, their material nature, the physiological basis, the limited perception of the objective world begin, after which the intuition is safely forgotten.

Yes, a person has five senses: sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste. The five senses for perception and reflection of material life. Vision is given to see the surrounding world, hearing - to distinguish sounds, etc. The sense organs function in a very narrow range, and everything beyond it is not accessible to a person. To expand this range, mankind is constantly inventing new devices that increase the sensitivity of our senses. With the help of telescopic and microscopic devices a person today can see and what is beyond the capabilities of his eyes.

From the annals of historical facts, we know that many people and without any instruments can penetrate far beyond the visible and audible world. With the help of the so-called third eye, a person is able to see through physical bodies. This property of vision is given only to very integral and aspiring natures. The spiritual vision differs from the physical because it occurs in the energy information field.

Ancient wisdom - "The most important thing is not to see the eyes" - reflects the true essence of the human earthly, chained to its material world. If it does not go beyond the latter, the entities remain closed to it. Hidden entities are only accessible to the spiritual sight.

Hearing is also divided into physical and spiritual. Spiritual hearing is manifested in the ability to hear with the heart, the soul. "Mental nobility is the true foundation of all the great and noble in man," writes H. Fielding. Spiritual hearing is telepathic hearing. In principle, the telepathic perception of information can be accessible to every person, but this does not happen because from the very infancy the natural process of the development and growth of man as a physical entity connected by close ties with the Universe is disrupted. In order to restore a spiritual vision and a spiritual ear, a person must live and develop in a different environment.

However, let's return to intuition. In philosophy, intuition is understood as the ability to comprehend the truth by direct discretion, without justification with the help of evidence. Descartes believed that the deductive form of the proof rests on axioms, the latter are comprehended purely intuitively, without any proof. Intuition in conjunction with the deductive method serves as a universal criterion for complete certainty. B. Spinoza believed that intuition is the most reliable and important knowledge, grasping the essence of things. Plato understood by intuition the form of direct intellectual knowledge or contemplation (intellectual intuition) and argued that the contemplation of ideas (the prototypes of the things of the surrounding world) is a kind of immediate knowledge that comes as a sudden supersensual insight that presupposes, however, a long preparation of the mind. L. Feuerbach interpreted intuition as cognition in the form of sensory contemplation (sensual intuition). Intuition was understood as an instinct, directly, without preliminary study or teaching, determining the forms of behavior of the organism (A. Bergson), and as a hidden, unconscious first principle of creativity (Z. Freud).

Materialistic dialectics saw in intuition a peculiar type of thinking, when individual links in the process of thinking are carried more or less unconsciously in the mind, and the result of thought is the most clearly understood truth. Intuition is sufficient for the discretion of the truth, but it is not enough to convince others and itself of this truth. This requires proof. Scientists understand intuition as a flair, a conjecture, which is the result of a large, previously acquired experience, based on the availability of scientific knowledge. They believe that intuition does not play a basic, but a subordinate role in the process of cognition. Many of the politicians under intuition understand the state of "intuition," in which a person can know the truth without the participation of the rational activity of consciousness. This is possible if there are a number of small, difficult to take into account and captured factors in the mind. Such a generalization is given only on the basis of a very large experience in this field.

Scientific psychology considers intuition as a necessary, internally conditioned by the nature of creativity, the moment of going beyond the boundaries of established stereotypes of behavior and, in particular, logical programs for finding a solution to the problem. Psychologists believe that any intuitive knowledge is always mediated by the experience of a person's practical and spiritual activity.

To the sphere of intuition include such phenomena as the lightning-fast finding of an optimal solution to a problem that for a long time could not be overcome with the help of logical efforts; subconscious, but timely withdrawal of a person from danger; quick and correct foresight of the behavior of individuals; a premonition of the future course of events on the basis of barely noticeable signs, etc. Intuition exists as an objective mental process that is characterized not only by the special mechanism of the subconscious solution of mental problems, but also by close connection with the concepts. With the intuitive act of cognition, a great concentration of the researcher's efforts on a certain problem takes place, the mobilization of all its potential, which leads to a sudden and seemingly accidental, but in fact a logical, though subconscious, discovery. Unexpected finding the right path is an outward manifestation of intellectual intuition. The isolation of the unconscious product of action is also the seed from which intuition arises. The decision of a creative task is performed in an intuitive way unconsciously or subconsciously.

The psychological process of the transition of intuition from the subconscious into consciousness takes place in a peculiar way. When the intuition passes into the sphere of consciousness, the subject experiences an emotional background (pleasant, depressing, etc.), the content of which is hidden from him. As a result of the purposeful search for the meaning of the emotional background, intuition appears in the sphere of consciousness, but sometimes the subject removes this emotional background by effort of will. As a result of this process, the transition can decay, i.e. turn back into the subconscious (for example, with powerful autosuggestions). Intuition is a heuristic, not a probationary process, and its conclusions are of a probabilistic nature. Psychologists view intuition as a specific method of cognition, in which an illusion of direct discretion of the desired conclusion arises. With the help of intuition, truth is revealed to the mind of man through direct discretion without using logical definitions and proofs as intermediate links in cognition. At present, it is believed that the transition (jump) from one logical system to another in reasoning is possible only through intuition. In scientific and artistic creation intuition is characterized by surprise. It is interesting to note A. Einstein, the creator of the theory of relativity, contained in his autobiographical notes in which he wrote that the discovery of is a matter of logical thinking, even if the final product is connected with a logical form.

There are cases when scientists came to sudden solutions to complex theoretical questions, consciously they had previously set themselves. A sudden decision came when the scientist's mind was not occupied with finding the appropriate solution. The most important element of creative thinking, which affects such aspects of artistic activity and artistic consciousness as creativity, perception, truth, is artistic intuition. The fact that the result of creativity must be original leads the creative person to search for a solution at a very early stage of creativity that had not previously been encountered. This decision presupposes a cardinal revision of the established concepts, thought schemes, ideas about man, space and time. Intuitive knowledge, like knowledge of the new, usually exists in the form of an unexpected guess, a symbolic scheme in which only the contours of the future work are guessed. However, according to many artists, this kind of insight is the basis of the entire creative process. Not only the creation of the artistic image by the creator of art, but also the perception of artistic imagery by man is associated with a certain mood for the perception of artistic value, which is hidden from surface observation. Artistic intuition at the same time becomes a means by which the perceptor penetrates into the field of artistically significant. In addition, artistic intuition provides an act of co-creation of the perceiving works of art and its creator. Artistic intuition is referred to the realm of mysticism and is identified with one of the forms of irrationalism in aesthetics. Thanks to artistic intuition, it is possible to create works that reflect reality in a deep and truthful manner.

In the energy-information theory, intuition means a flair, a subtle understanding, penetration into the very essence of something. This is knowledge, to which one can not find a method, and a mysterious way of revealing evidence. Intuition is the resultant of knowledge and being (G. Gurdjieff).

Intuition, in our opinion, is a way of penetrating into the invisible energy-information world with the help of the means of the same world. Intuition is not knowledge, but feeling is the sixth sense, in the presence of which many people unconsciously perceive information. The development of this feeling is extremely important from any point of view. It warns a person, first, of dangers, and secondly, from committing unworthy deeds. The fact that many people commit reckless acts is also explained by the lack of developed intuition.

Intuition is inherent not only to man, but also to animals. And in some species it is much more developed than in humans. Try to drive the cow into the barn, where the doors are already swinging its horns. Try to call a stray dog ​​with a knife in his hand.

Intuition is correctly called a premonition. It is directly connected with the Cosmos. It is Space that sends the frontal chakra - the third eye of a person - impulses warning of danger. The wave oscillations of the Cosmos first affect the third eye, and then another two chakras - the heart and solar plexus. That's why people say: "Something is hurting my soul and my heart aches, whatever happens". It is also said that intuition is the warning of your guardian angel.

People with a fine, developed soul and a good heart possess good intuition. Intuition tells them about the approach of good or bad events in life. The feeling of intuition they almost never turns off.

Is it possible to develop a super-high intuition? At the highest levels of spiritual development, this is quite possible. There the person knows not how we, ie, on the material level, but simply feels knowledge. Modern science is already trying to divide knowledge into intuitive and analytical. The first appears by itself, the second is acquired by the perception, transformation and decoding of signals from the senses.

The sensation obtained with the help of five receptors differs from the sensation obtained with the help of the sensory organ, which is not yet open. The fact that it exists does not cause any doubt. It's just that the receiver of energy-informational fields that cause intuition is not localized in a separate organ, and science with its materialistic approaches to it can not be picked up.

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