Psychic ability, a sixth sense, the gift of prophecy, clairovoyance, clairsentience – there are many names to describe this quality we simply call “spiritual intuition”. Everyone has intuition; the degree to which it is used varies from person to person. Intuition is often defined as “a knowing, without the use of rational processes.” Though for those who have a strong connection to their intuition, you know that receiving accurate information through it is as rational and true as any information obtained by the mental process. How many times have you had a seemingly random thought or sensation that you should do or not do something, and then later find out that sense was completely accurate? Have you ever had a gut instinct about a situation and not listened to yourself but later realized you wish you had? Have you had a good feeling when meeting a new person, and then that person ended up becoming a great friend? This is familiar to everyone. Intuition is natural, a part of all of us. Just like an inherent ability for athleticism or an aptitude for the sciences, spiritual intuition can be taught to those who have a little of it, increased in those with a budding penchant, and refined for those who knowingly engage these gifts.