What is intuition?
It is not a thing of esoteric forces; no magic is involved; nothing supernatural; no elusive mystery of extra senses. Neither is it a bag of parlor trick illusions or smoke and mirrors.
Intuition is nothing more than the ability to see smaller things and draw finer connections from the raw matter of the world around you.
Indeed, intuition is micro-logic -- the kind of logic that is so fine-tuned in its pathways of semantic connections that it seems to escape the rest of your own much cruder macro-senses, and is thus mislabeled as irrelevant. Its basis is so refined that it appears invisible.
Logical subtlety is at the root of intuition -- subtlety armed with finely honed senses that you already possess.
It is an acquired skill. As such, it is a force to be reckoned with.
For intuition is a razor-sharp surgical tool for gauging truth.