Question: Is Intuition A Feeling?

Intuition is unexplained feelings you have that something is true even when you have no evidence or proof of it.

(Collins Dictionary).

Think of it this way: Her intuition was telling her that something was wrong.

Being intuitive means that you more often know or sense without conscious reasoning what is right or true.

Is intuition an emotion?

Intuition is a knowing/feeling. It’ not the same feeling as emotion, if you have the experience to distinguish them. An intuition is something taught from the inside in-tuition.

What does intuition feel like?

You Feel A Peaceful Feeling In Your Chest Or Stomach

Sometimes your intuition is so strong that you can physically feel the effects. “Many people describe their intuition as a feeling in her chest or in their stomach. Often, it comes as a tightness in those areas and the feeling that something is off,” says Schewitz.

Is your intuition always right?

The answer to this question is yes and no. Your purest intuitions are always right but those tinged by your own thoughts and emotions may only be partially correct or even completely wrong. With practice, you can learn to assess your intuitive experiences and identify when they are more likely to be right.

Is it my intuition or paranoia?

Intuition is a purer, more intellectual, less emotional voice / experience, it doesn’t feel heavy (the thoughts that are consequences of the intuition can feel bad, but the intuition itself doesn’t – it’s just a thought). Finally, paranoia feels forced upon you.