In Search of Intuition in 3 Acts
i thought i would find many things, instead i found pieces
you say that at the Ringgespräche :
INTUITION goes together with or stands for thinking, thoughts, mind
Inspiration goes more with feeling, senses, emotion
Imagination goes more with will, volition, intention
Is this close to what you find out the days?
so, if we look at the box, as being divided into 3 sections:
a)the lowest demarcated by a line that begins faintly and and ends at a point,
b)the middle demarcated by a line that is finite,beginning and ending at definite points,
c)and the highest containing the word "intuition", which also seems to fill the entire box,
can we draw a parallel between these sections and the words you've defined in the meeting?
what if the box is divided into 3 elements?
1)the void within the box, made manifest by the limits of the box itself,
2)the inscriptions within the box, the pencil marks, the written word "intuition"
3)the mass production and distribution of the boxes.
can we say?:
Imagination= the lowest section, the line that begins faintly and ends at a point(a), the empty void, that would be formless were it not for the box itself(1) do these things not describe the bringing forth into consciousness, the will of creation?
Inspiration= the line segment, a section of a continuum carved out, a moment in time(b), the markings of a hatched idea, a shorthand for a fleeting impulse or sensation(2) is this the representation of feeling or emotion, a fleeting and imperfectly described experience?
Intuition= the written word, language, communication (c), a conscious action, the impulse to communicate, to engage in a dialog with another (3) are these indicative of attempts to think, to act rationally, to reason?
but if these connections are drawn, then we are left with a definition of intuition that is much more specific than the one that I am custom to, and much further outside of the individual. Intuition here, as correlated with thought and distinct from imagination and inspiration takes the form of action. It is no longer the private mystical sensation that motivates one action or another, but it is the action itself. Intuition is not the voice inside that tells you your child is hungry, or that you should invest in google, but the active concentration on this sense that incites action. It is this writing.
I hope this is clear enough for you to correct me if I am misunderstanding.
all the best,