You have to understand the same word intuition. In English the word ‘tuition’, kept teaching. The guardian implies something that comes from the outside, someone teaches you. Intuition is to say something that comes inside of your being; It is a potential yours, why is called intuition. Wisdom is to never borrow and what is borrowed is never wisdom. Unless you own your own wisdom, your own vision, your own clarity, your own eyes for see, won’t be able to understand the mystery of existence.
Osho adds, that intuition is the mystical rose which will lead you to the final ecstasy and immortal life. However, people seem to be completely in the hands of a dead past. Whatever what you told the Scriptures, they continue to do so, without even taking account of all the science of the hombreLa intuition can give you answers to the fundamental questions; not verbally, but existentially. Does not need to ask: What is truth? The instinct is not going to hear, is deaf. Hear you the intellect but only you can philosophize; you are blind, you cannot see. Intuition is an observer, has eyes. He sees the truth, not think about it. Instinct and intuition are independent of it.
Instinct is in power of nature and the unconscious nature, and intuition is in the hands of the supraconsciente universe. The awareness that surrounds the entire universe, the oceanic consciousness of which only are small islands, or, better said, icebergs, since we can we melt in it and be an everything with her. In a way, intuition is something totally opposite to the instinct. Instinct always leads you to another; their realization always depends on something else besides thee. Intuition leads you only to yourself. It does not depend on anything else, no need for anything else; Hence its beauty, its freedom and independence. Intuition is a State of exaltation that nothing is needed. It is so full of itself that there is no space for anything else. In a sense, intuition is as the intellect because it is intelligence. The intellect and intelligence are similar, at least in appearance, but only in appearance. The intellectual person is not necessarily smart and intelligent person is not necessarily intellectual. You can meet a clever farmer who, at his side, even an eminent teacher, a great intellectual, seem insignificant.