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What is the difference between intuition and extra sensory perception?

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  1. Intuition = your instincts, what you feel in your gut and what seems natural for you to do
    Extra Sensory Perception = what you perceive to know with out having to use regular human means to know, for some odd freaky reason…

  2. Intuition is a gut feeling about something being right or wrong, females seem to have this more than men.. maybe motherhood makes us more sensitive to danger especially after looking out for our children..
    ESP – extra sensory perception I think is having the ability to practically read someones mind. Just know what they are thinking. I think if this is possible it is rare, but I keep an open mind..

  3. Intuition (knowledge) – understanding without apparent effort, quick and ready insight seemingly independent of previous experiences or empirical knowledge.
    Extra-sensory perception, or ESP, is the ability to acquire information by means other than the known senses of taste, sight, touch, smell, hearing, balance and proprioception. The term implies sources of information unknown to science. Extra-sensory perception is also sometimes referred to as a sixth sense (as in coming after the first five listed, which are considered the five “classical” senses). The active agent through which the mind is able to receive ESP impressions has been named psi (Ψ, ψ).
    Hope it helps

  4. intuition is innate, it comes from our mind and our core, not from our own experiences or from modeling others behavior; women used to be burned at the stake for this as they considered them witches… it should be listened to and not muted; this is my version of intuition and my most clinical term “GUT” feelings: esp is a sense you must develop and nurture, we all have it but do not all know how to tap into it or how to perfect it

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