Easily Tap Into Your Intuition

Tips to Improve Your Intuition

You can tap into your own internal guidance system (your intuition) quite easily. All you have to do is add what you sense and feel as additional sources of information. Take the everyday mechanics of your life and add your internal guidance system to it, one area at a time: yourself, family, work, communication, priorities and spirituality. It doesn’t matter which area you pick first. All that matters is that you are willing to learn to use your internal guidance as an additional source of information for guiding your life and daily decisions.

Let’s take a look at tapping into your intuition when it comes to yourself. This is the easiest area to start because if you start by experimenting with yourself, you will feel safer than putting yourself out there for other’s scrutiny before you are feeling fully connected to you intuition. Use these three easy guidelines as steps:

1. Believe in Your Intuitive Abilities

Intuition comes from two sources: your instincts and your experiences. Your instincts are part of you but your experiences are gathered and stored in your memory from your journey. Your intuition is a message from your subconscious using your storehouse of information gathered by your five senses. You’ve already spent your whole life building and refining your intuition, so now you can just tap into it at will. And by doing so, your sense of knowing can be increased further by refining and increasing your personal database of information. The place to start is believing it is there.

2. Observe

Observation is critically important. You encode the information with your five senses and when you use your skills of deductive reasoning, it further helps redefine your intuition. The two work together to build your confidence. Your observation is heightened when you take yourself out of the experience and simply watch and listen. It’s a brain-enriching state. Your deductive reasoning is also heightened with focused observation.

3. Use Your Curiosity

Curiosity is unbiased emotion—one that’s great for developing valuable insight. It’s also a motivator for attention, observation and reasoning. Develop your curiosity and you’ll refine a trust-worthy intuition, unbiased by emotion. Honed curiosity never ends and you’ll find yourself always searching for answers, experiencing new things and building an excellent sense of knowing.

3 thoughts on “Easily Tap Into Your Intuition

  1. Manmeet Singh

    you said that intuition comes from past experiences…but what if a person has suffered failures in his life and his past notions will not let him succeed in his life….

  2. Deborah

    As an Ituitive Empath, I found this article to be pretty straightforward and insightful, even for me. I am going to reccomend it to a few people I know. Thank you!

    Many bleesings of peace and joy to you!


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