5 exercises to develop your intuition

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1 Become aware of your body’s messages

“It is thanks to your five senses that you will have access to the sixth, because most of the messages pass through the body, a vehicle that we too often underestimate and which is a real compass to help you navigate through life” , writes Sylviane Jung in Step into the magic of intuition (The Book Courier). But for that, we must understand the language of our body to decipher the messages it sends to us.

Make yourself comfortable, breathe two or three times slowly and deeply, close your eyes to avoid being parasitized.

Think of a person with whom you have difficulties, you don’t like, listen to your body: how do you feel? Be as concrete and specific as possible.
For example: I have a feeling of suffocation in my throat, I have a headache or stomach ache, I feel like crying, I have tight neck and shoulders, I have Nausea, heart palpitations, lump in my throat… Now you know the way your body uses to draw your attention to someone who doesn’t suit you.

Do the same exercise with someone you like. Then with a place in which you feel good, at ease, safe, and a place which, on the contrary, is uncomfortable for you, makes you uneasy, worries you or oppresses you. Pay attention to all your bodily sensations, you can write them down in a notebook (your intuition notebook) to keep them in memory.

Pay attention to your bodily sensations each time you will be in the presence of a new person and/or that you will find yourself in a new place. Get into the habit of writing down your intuitions based on your sensations and impressions, and date them. Don’t forget to also note the results, ie what happened.

2 Tell the story of an object

For this exercise, Sylviane Jung invites you to ask one of your loved ones to bring you a personal object that has a particular story about which you obviously don’t know anything. Sit down together in a place where you feel comfortable.

Take the object in your hands (you can close your eyes or keep them open), pay attention to how you feel. Is it positive? Negative ? Neutral ?

What image comes to you spontaneously? What is she talking to you about?

Do you hear anything? Stay in your physical sensations…

Immerse yourself in this picture and talk to her. Ask questions, listen to the answers.

speak out loud (without censoring you) in front of the person who provided you with the object. When the flow of information seems to have dried up, take stock together of your “reading” of the object by comparing it with its history.

Don’t forget to report of this experience in your intuition notebook.

3 Open an intuition box

Multiplying the exercise supports prevents the establishment of mental automatisms. The intuition box is a toolbox made up of “documents” that will allow you to answer your questions. You will need a large box, magazines, newspapers, advertisements, a pair of scissors and your intuition notebook.

Crop a large volume of images respecting the following balance: 45% pleasant photos, 45% unattractive photos, 10% neutral images. Don’t choose images that are too small and fold large images in half.

Ask yourself a question. For example: will my spouse’s job interview go well?

Stick your hand in the box (without looking), draw an image and interpret it: the atmosphere is relaxed, the weather is nice, people are smiling; where the atmosphere is tense but not hostile, like there is a rainbow in the background on the left; or the atmosphere isn’t relaxed or welcoming but I feel like it’s going to be okay anyway, etc. Trust how you feel.

Always write down your answers in your intuition notebook. Regularly renew your stock of images.

4 Speak to your inner guide

It is sometimes easier to personalize the intuitive part of your being than to spontaneously trust yourself. This dialogue, proposed by Arnaud Riou, author of Awaken the shaman within you (I read), is to practice once a day (morning or evening), for at least a week.

Relax deeply. Make yourself comfortable. Exhale for a long time, then begin a cycle of calm and deep inspirations-exhalations by relaxing your muscles. Once relaxed, imagine moving your awareness into your abdomen. With each inhale, sink deeper into yourself, until you feel perfectly relaxed.

Define your request. Ask yourself: “On which issue, which theme do I need to be more aware? For example, am I not too demanding or too confident? Let the question wander within you and welcome the messages without judging: images, words, sensations, emotions… It’s about listening to your inner guide. If he’s still mute after two or three days, try these questions: “Which direction should I be heading right now? “, ” What must I do now ? Show me. »

Note these messages, even if they seem far-fetched or far from your request. Keep them to yourself. Over time, a word, a face, or a feeling may take on a meaning that at first escaped you because you were in a causal, non-analog thought form.

5 Test a 100% intuitive intelligence morning or day

This exercise proposed by Judee Gee, author of How to develop your intuition (Trajectory), consists of experiencing a day totally guided by our intuitive intelligence.

Preferably choose a day of the week when your obligations are reduced. You must not put yourself in a situation of internal conflict or make those around you bear the consequences of your decisions. Once this day has been chosen, start it with exercise number 4 (the inner guide), so as to make yourself more receptive throughout the hours. Then let the day unfold without appealing to your logic, your mind or your habits.

Act as if you were only listening to the directives of your inner guide. Pay close attention to your emotional feelings (both positive and negative). Do not hesitate to take notes: this exercise will allow you to refine your perception and strengthen your self-confidence.

Try to regularly offer yourself an “intuition” day, so as to familiarize yourself with this mode of operation.

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