The Skin is an Intuitive Receptor

The intuitive reactions rise to the surface of the skin or are skin deep. Aristotle’s  concept is that skin is the perceptive vehicle of touch which acts in combination with the many senses. The dilemma, Aristotle explained, is that with touch, it is difficult to know if it is a question of a sense or many senses working together within, without, or both at the same time in relation to the body and it’s structure. Aristotle connected touch to form. To have form in a body is most important because it gives one the ability to be in the world and connected to the world. Aristotle’s thought was that the skin was the method that touch was perceived but that the skin was not the organ that produced the perception of touch. Aristotle explained that the sense organ connected to touch was an experience from within the individual and not a specific organ. Ashley Montagu agreed with Aristotle and believed that touch was the original sense that developed into the other five senses.

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On The Intuitive Spectrum:
A Deeper Look into the Amazing Value of Intuition

The sun god Apollo sentenced Cassandra to be able to prophesy her intuitions but to never be believed. In the modern-day world intuition is rarely believed or trusted because there is no proof or guarantee. Only after the intuition was seen to be correct do you say, “Oh, if only I had listened to my intuition.” Susan invites you to explore the depth of intuition with her and discover its worth to you.

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