Noetic Systems: an organization specializing in the phenomenon of Gut-Feelings and Sixth Sense, educates Government Agents, Law Enforcement Officers, Investigators, Fire Fighters, EMS and other brave first responders on the latest scientific findings about intuition. It addresses how to:
Government Agents, Law Enforcement Officers, and Investigators are known to have strong Gut-Feelings or a Sixth Sense about situations and individuals. Officers utilize gut-feelings to question witnesses, maneuver through potentially dangerous situations, or even save lives. Intuition is also used by Fire Fighters, EMS, and other similar First Responders to assess a situation, stabilize, and execute a plan for the safety of all.
INTUITION IS A SKILL EVERYONE HAS BUT NOT EVERYONE IS WILLING TO TALK ABOUT
HAVE YOU EVER
If you checked yes to just one of these, then you are a normal, intuitive person. Developing your gut-feelings with NSI will help you gain advantage in the field.
I have used XQ on several occasions for personal situations. I wanted to get a feel for the methodology and application before applying to my case load. As a private investigator I have often found my intuition to be accurate. I was anxious to utilize the XQ to get an advantage in my findings and shorten my investigation time by pinpointing the intelligence I needed to close cases accurately.
Investigator Zambrano (July2015)
NSI describes intuition as a sort of integrated advanced warning system that can get Officers and First Responders out of dangerous situations. The sixth sense “is said to strengthen the police officer’s crime fighting prowess” (Worrall, 2013,p.306).
When the issues of risk and uncertainty are present in a decision-making process and there is little or no time, the unknown and the need for prediction rises. This is when the Gut-Feeling and Sixth Sense play a critical role in providing the individual with an immediate and clear solution that could be life-saving.
Have you ever:
If you checked yes to just one of these, then you are a normal, intuitive person and, developing your gut-feelings with Noetic Systems will help you gain advantage in the field.
I just felt led to dig’,
Newburgh police officer Brandon Rola approached one snow bank among several in the area and discovered a half-buried shovel that was “kind of sticking out of the pile,” he said. “I pulled the shovel out, and I definitely didn’t put it together then but just kind of decided to start digging,” Rola said on CNN’s “The Lead” on Friday.
He said that even though he turned up nothing after four or five shovels full of snow, he kept digging into the 8-foot-tall pile. He saved two young boys’ lives that had been buried in the snow for seven hours.
Accurate gut-feelings, or intuition prove invaluable in situations when a quick and sometimes life-saving decision needs to be made.
Situation example: When the mind of a well trained PO goes through the pre-programmed steps he/she was trained to do but the situation presents an anomaly, and a quick reaction is required to save lives this is when the sixth sense takes on a critical role. It provides instant:
● Detection of invisible information
● Integration of that information into the decision-making process
● Automatic best solution to the situation
Scientific findings reveal that intuition or gut-feeling is a combination of: life experiences, tacit knowledge, using our unconscious mind to gather information from a human’s energy field, and our natural ability to tap into future events. Intuitive insights are often times Not related to our knowledge base or experience (McCraty et al. 2004).
Here are a few compelling findings:
There is a part of our brain that has been ignored: the unconscious. The unconscious has the natural skill to tap into and receive signals from human energy fields as well as future events, or nonlocal information. However, our society and educational system only focuses on the development of our conscious mind from which we develop what we call our intelligence. Yet the unconscious continuously feeds us with nonlocal information but the conscious mind has been trained to ignore it. Oftentimes when we do receive a strong gut-feeling or intuitive insight, we immediately wonder if it is true or not. This happens because the conscious mind rejects any outside information.
Noetic Systems has studied the gut-feeling phenomenon for over 20 years and offers a professional forum to:
“Intuitive policing represents a decision-making process that officers use frequently but find difficult to explain to those unfamiliar with the concept.”
(2004, Pinizzotto et al., p. 5)
If you are a law enforcement officer, a private investigator, or an individual working in other potentially dangerous situations, such as the fire department, or the military, Noetic Systems will provide you and your colleagues with professional training and guidance to develop this powerful, potentially life-saving, XQ skill.
Miller, C., & Ireland, D. H. (2005). Intuition in strategic decision making: Friend or foe in the fast-paced 21st century? Academy of Management Executive, 19, 19-30. Retrieved October 4, 2005, from EBSCOhost database.
Pinizzotto, A., Davis, E., Miller, C. (2004). Intuitive policing. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 73(2).
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Sheldrake, R. (2003). The sense of being stared at. New York, Crown Publishers.
Worrall, John (2012). The Police Sixth Sense: An Observation in Search of a Theory. Southern Criminal Justice Association. American Journal Criminal Justice DOI 10.1007/s12103-012-9176-0.