Inspired by the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies
on Jeffrey Mishlove's Interview
with Helen Palmer
Editorial Comment by Henry Reed:
It is interesting that Helen speculates that perhaps intuition can not function for very long from an egotistical point of view. It would seem that in order to get into the unitive consciousness in which intuition flourishes, the person's ego needs to become transparent to a more inclusive perspective, rather than the focus of the effort. It will be interesting to see how this issue plays out in the future. Certainly remote viewing used for spying would seem to indicate that some forms of intuition can have less than altruistic motives.
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