Science is born of the seed of intuition, conceived in reason.

My intuition never fails me, but I fail whenever I do not listen to it.

So long as I act upon my own intuition I succeed; but whenever I follow another’s advice I go astray.

If the mind did not stand as a hindrance to the intuition, every person would be intuitive, for intuition is more natural and more easy than the reasoning of the mind.

What comes from without is not intuition; intuition is something which rises from one’s own heart and brings a sense of satisfaction, of ease, and of happiness.

Truth cannot be put into words. It must be seen in the light of our own intuition.

The principles of mysticism rise from the heart of man; they are learnt by intuition and proved by reason.