Intuition on the iPhone: new mobile app helps Apple fans strengthen decision-making and discernment

Intuition Journal uses exercises, techniques and tips to help users learn more about their daily lives

LONDON, Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- iPhone users wanting to harness the power of their intuition now have a new tool to add to their belts. London based development company Spacer Three has launched Intuition Journal, a new iPhone app that cuts through the noise and clutter of information overload and helps users tap into their intuition to make better decisions, overcome confusion and self-doubt, and gain deeper insight into themselves and how to create more meaning and fulfillment in their lives.

Intuition Journal is the first app of its kind to hit the Apple App Store. Although there is no shortage of diary and journal apps, including popular "gratitude journal" apps, Intuition Journal is a completely new concept. Unlike other journal apps, Intuition Journal is not just about documenting a play-by-play of one's life. The app has a specific goal: To help people develop their intuition and apply it to improve the quality of their lives.

The app includes intuition building techniques, exercises, and tips, as well as its core journal feature. Additional tools include search, tags, calendar, timeline, and writing prompts which all work seamlessly together to help strengthen intuition and increase one's ability to discern intuition from other things such as fear, anxiety, or desire.

"Since people are pressed for time, it was important that we only include the most effective intuition building techniques that don't require massive amounts of time," said Michelle Ogata, CEO of Spacer Three.

"It's like going to the gym. You may not have an hour, or even 30 minutes, to go and workout. But, nearly everyone can spare just a few minutes to flex their intuitive muscles. Our goal is to make it as easy, fun, and effective as possible."

The benefits of developing those intuitive muscles can be both practical and profound. In a Harvard study involving 13,000 respondents, 80 percent of executives credited their success to intuition.

From business and career success to enhanced creativity and better relationships, developing one's intuition and learning how to tap into it "on demand" carries substantial benefits. Instead of laboring over all the choices one is constantly faced with and getting swept up in a whirlwind of emotions and over-analysis, decisions can be made swiftly, confidently, and stress free.

The value of intuition is not a new concept. Notable figures such as Steve Jobs, Oprah, Richard Branson, and Einstein all credit intuition as being a key to their success. Now, every day folks have a one-up that will help them follow in their footsteps.

Pricing and availability

Intuition Journal for iPhone will be available worldwide on October 9 in the Lifestyle category of the Apple App Store for $1.99 USD.

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