The word intuition is derived from the Latin intueor – to see; intuition is thus often invoked
to explain how the mind can “see” answers to problems or decisions in the absence of explicit
reasoning – a “gut reaction”. Whether or not intuition is inherently “good” really depends on the
situation: Intuition is the capability to acquire knowledge without using reasoning consciously. This
shows the critical way of how people interact with their surroundings while taking any decision. It
occurs deep inside the brain and is not a conscious act. The brain always gathers knowledge from the
surrounding environment. Some of them are stored in the mind consciously and some are stored
unintentionally. The information is stored as patterns of information. The gathered information is
primarily stored in short-term memory and overtime shifts to long-term memory. After this shifting,
people might recall the information because of several factors happening around them. The tacit
knowledge is the main source of intuition because conscious awareness is not always available and is
triggered by any occasional event and is influenced by previous experience. People form intuition
because they have unconscious awareness, gut feeling or experience about something and when the
environmental factors influence similar
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