Jack Graham discusses Carl Jung identifying Intuition as one of the core and universal attributes that every human being has. Why do we have this Intuition? Intuition is not a kind of “knowing,” it is a kind of experiencing. Intuition is becoming perceived as the emerging consciousness in a universe that no longer operates by the mechanistic and materialist view that we call “scientific realism” dominated by the Thinking Function. Intuition is a “gift” of higher consciousness given to support a new paradigm of reality is penetrating the scientific world. From physics, biology, astronomy, transpersonal and depth psychology, the ancient universal wisdom, and other sources, we not only influence the outcome of what we observe, but we create what we observe. We now inhabit a universe where there are no separations, no objective “things,” except as we make them into “things, and thus we are intimately involved with everything, even the galaxies. To work with this new world, we must utilize Intuition to reimagine the world, the universe, and ourselves, and to rethink the possible human and why we are here.