Shows a preference for trusting information received through a "sixth sense" and noticing what might be.
We gather information to make decisions. Intuition and Sensing are the terms we use to measure the gathering process. For the Intuitive, abstract gathering processes are trusted the most. For the Sensing types, literal, concrete data are trusted the most.
We all have a different degrees of both functions. We use our Intuitive processes when we discover a new way to do something, think about future implications or read between the lines. Our Sensing processes are used when we taste food, memorize a poem or follow directions.