Here’s how to make the most of your own innate wisdom. But what are they telling you, and should you listen?As Steve Jobs said: "As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it." The romantic intuition that is activated in loving someone before meeting them is somewhat similar to love at first sight.However, while love at first sight mainly involves an activation of an aesthetic schema, the intuition in loving before actually knowing is broader and is a response to perceived admirable character traits.How many times have you been out with a foxy new someone only to have him do or say something that made your stomach lurch—and not in an I-wanna-make-babies-with-him-now way. Perhaps it was more subtle—he snickered when you tripped or didn’t introduce you to the attractive “friend” you ran into.Then again, maybe there was nothing you could articulate, but he just felt off. I was in the midst of a very long dry spell when my buddy Don offered to fix me up with his friend Robbie.According to many researchers, intuition is far more material than it seems.
Turns out you can, especially if you learn to identify which signals to focus on whether they’re sweaty palms, a funny feeling in your stomach, or a sudden and inexplicable certainty that something is up.
You hesitate at a green light and miss getting hit by a speeding truck.
Most of us have experienced the sense of knowing things before we know them, even if we can’t explain how.
It is believed that people in love listen to their hearts rather than their minds.
‘Love is a state of euphoria in which our senses become numb and it is just the beating of our hearts which is audible" , says lovelorn Anne, who is smitten by Scott, her boyfriend of one year.