I don't think intuition itself is bad. You mentioned in your last post about Kahneman finding intuition critical to existence, and it is - in its guided, educated form (I think this is Jung's opinion, too, regarding why he necessitates Ni.) Having good intuitive properties does not equate to being an intuitor (another fallacy I see often, people typed as sensors for bad use of intuition.)
Did you know Buddha thought the realm of ideas was an extension of sense? The mind is explicitly reflected in our physical form. I simply find it interesting, and thought you might, too.
I accepted this facet of the human condition (not excluding myself) long ago, well before my knowledge of modern typology.