Been working my way through this thought/observation for many years now, and very recently came up with a conclusion that myself and some friends I've discussed it with have found rather interesting. My intuition, or "gut feeling", has always come across to me as being very familiar; almost a dejavu-like familiarity to the sensation, as well as the synchronicity felt within the following action/inaction and the resulting consequences, good or bad. A sense of "knowing" that exactly what my gut was telling me is in fact going to result in exactly the outcome that I know it will, without actually KNOWING what I'm sensing is about to even happen, or choice I'm about to make. "Time travel", as it is understood and presented in an exoteric sense, through mediums such as storytelling or movies, generally defines the function of time travel as being possible by moving at faster-than-light speeds. A couple weeks ago, I was watching the John Carpenter film "Prince of Darkness" for the first time, and there is an aspect of the film involving "psychic messages" being sent back in time telepathically from the future, via tachyons, particles that are theorized to be able to move at faster-than-light speeds. Upon hearing this described in the movie, I immediately Googled "how fast does human thought travel?", returning the answer (I had no conception of, but still suspected): "Thought is finer than ether, the medium of electricity. Thoughts excel light in speed. While light travels at the rate of 186,000 miles per second, thoughts virtually travel in no time". So, a whole bunch of sensations, observations, suspicions, hunches, and conclusions from throughout my life, concerning intuition and gut-instinct sort of came full circle and I realized that maybe your intuition is actually a future you, or a potential future version of you, thinking backwards from that "now" into a memory of the event that your current self is only right now about to experience; sort of a "nudge" through time and space, clueing you into the events about to transpire in your experience and decision making (sounding a lot like 'Interstellar' now😅). This could also be related to a technique I've employed throughout my life, as I've become better attuned to what I was doing, going deep inside into painful and traumatic memories, breaking down the detailed process of events that led to said painful experience, and building an objective understanding and acceptance of what I had experienced at the time, allowing me to effectively rectify and reorient the trauma away from something weighing me down, into an uplifting and illuminating lesson that my current self can now integrate into my conscious awareness of things moving forward, allowing me to avoid similar circumstances and also impart the lesson upon others so as to help guide them towards healing their own traumas, or guidance on how to avoid their own negative and unwanted situations in the first place that could potentially result in lasting painful outcomes for them. Am I "altering" past events in a way that my current self can experience through the healing that comes of using this technique? Thoughts?