Intuition is here considered as an expression of an undecidability and an uncertainty: a part of a complexity which, since Bion, has included psychoanalysis in a dimension of uncertainty. Tolerating the absence of answers is just as important as avoiding precociously filling the void of our ignorance. Enduring paradoxes is our great challenge. Intuition places us at the epicenter of this turbulence. From this perspective, the author includes it in a spectral model of the mind while simultaneously addressing the topic of caesura, so closely linked to the spectral model. The author considers intuition as a linking concept, not only as a product of the link between analyst and analysand but also of the link or caesura between associative and connective logics: a connection between what is produced by the conscious and/or unconscious observations made by analyst and analysand (associative) and the so-called novel, random facts that limit what belongs to the analytic couple.