Does everyone have access to this intuitive realm?
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Host: Does everyone have access to this intuitive realm? Will Maney: My answer is yes, everyone does, but suppose you had a room in the basement that you wan to fix up and you get the book or you click on some mechanism to find out how to do that kind of stuff. You go to a how to page and they say, here s what we need, here s the materials -- you go and you buy the two by four, you do this, you do that, you do as it was required. Now it is time to put up, let us say, the walls you rock, okay. Having done that a couple of times, this is what I discovered. Probably after that final piece of tape that I put over the seam and whatever you call that stuff, I try to do, I just began to realize, what it is that someone that does that 40 or 50 hours a week knew probably 20 years ago. So does everyone have access to it? Yes. Can everyone be pretty good at it? Yes, but if I want my car worked on and have a pretty and tricky car, I better want to go to somebody who is let us say, expert, okay. So it is the same thing with any of this stuff. Not everyone are too delving to this idea or concept of intuition. Not everyone used to exercise that muscle. Some people are born with it already well developed. Yes, everyone has access but it, but no, it s not something that everyone needs to do or ought to do, in fact a lot of the stuff, honestly that I say is complete mumbo-jumbo. That does not mean too much about me and that is why it does not mean anything about the person. It is just that it is like a different language, but absolutely the stuff that I care about and the stuff that I experience is available to everybody because intuition is, if my definition is accurate that original memory we have tugged away safely within our mind, just waiting to be called upon.