The unconscious part of your brain never stops working. So when you’re faced with a perplexing job, work on it as hard as you can. Then, if you can’t lick it, try sleeping on it or taking a walk or relaxing with friends. If you have primed yourself with all available facts, the answer is likely to “dawn” on you while your mind is seemingly at rest. . . . How can you develop your intuitive powers? Like any other form of thinking, intuition requires an alertness, sensitivity and discipline of mind which have to be cultivated. . . . Intuition isn’t the enemy, but the ally, of reason.
Quote – John Kord Lagermann