I've done some training in intuitive development, and was surprised at the results. During training, I knew things I could not have known through logic. I am convinced that intuition trumps logic (ie. that logic is a tool, and quite laborious, whereas well-trained intuition can be much more efficient on less information).
In the future, this is a skill that I will cultivate further. The catch is that thinking is counter-productive to the development of intuition, however my observation is that those controlled by their thinking and only their thinking, can tend to be stuck in loops when viewed from a big picture view. This makes it a particular challenge for thinkers to develop, which makes it particularly interesting to me.
For me, anything which is compulsive and untrained (as both thinking and curiosity can be for an INTP) there exists an imbalance and a fundamental lack of freedom (even if on the surface these things may look like freedom).
"The Clairs*" have become to me an ordinary part of life to me. I think that everyone has the capacity to be more intuitive. Psychic has become a dirty word. People (INTPs included) often meet any sort of discussion about this topic with silence, or "I don't know what to believe."
This thread is to understand if there are any other INTPs out there who are comfortable discussing these phenomena. Please contribute if you have something to say other than "I don't believe" or "I don't know what to believe" or mentions of psychic tv / street corner psychics.
Obviously this is quite a step apart from the glorified "thinking" aspect of an INTP, though I'm hoping the Ne that's normally discussed as "being taken out for a walk" has the capacity to run / fly / basejump too, and that there are others out there who have given some consideration to this too.
* "The Clairs:"
Clairsentience (Feeling / Touching)
Clairaudience (Hearing / Listening)