As Rob Pincus defines it, when something is “intuitive,” it implies that it aligns with what the body does naturally within the context of what that person is doing. Intuition relies on having some information that will illicit an appropriate and efficient response. Conversely, instinctive reactions are responses to a stimulus that are usually beyond our control. In this video, learn the differences between intuition versus instinct and how they may impact your defensive response.
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