How to improve the Power of intuition

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  1. Anamika S profile image68
    Anamika Sposted 8 years ago

    How to improve the Power of intuition

  2. mintinfo profile image75
    mintinfoposted 8 years ago

    Increase your general knowledge and you will become more in-tuned with your surroundings. You inadvertently increase the hidden abilities of your brain.

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    Georgiana85posted 8 years ago

    Try being more attentive to your surroundings, exercise by watching people and what they do, trying to guess what can happen next. We all have intuition but not all of us are aware or training it. Intuition basically is the power of guessing what might happen, so gather more information about anything and be more aware of what is going on around you. Also intuition is a subconscious process based on experience, so if there is a "voice inside" that tells you something listen to it and act based on intuition, that will enhance it, listen to your impulses. Just don't put yourself in danger in anyway.


  4. jeyaprakash84 profile image60
    jeyaprakash84posted 7 years ago

    The power of intuition depends upon your third eye, the Ajna chakra. There are some meditative practices that focus on improving the working or opening up of the third eye.

  5. Lynn A. Robinson profile image58
    Lynn A. Robinsonposted 6 years ago

    I am a big advocate of improving your intuition with minor changes to your daily life. Here are a few:
    - Get in the habit of spending a small amount of time every day alone, in a quiet and comfortable space, where you can tune into your own thoughts. Ask your intuition questions, and begin to learn how it answers you. Answers might come as words, visions, feelings, physical sensations, recurring thoughts, or dreams.
    - Create a vision board of images and words that inspire you.
    - When facing a difficult decision, first reflect quietly on the matter, then try writing about it or drawing. You may be surprised by what you create.
    - In general, your intuition sends you a message that you are doing something right when you feel happy, giddy, inspired, and powerful. Likewise, it is sending you a warning when you feel anxious, restless, uncertain, grumpy or full of dread. The goal is to have maximum joy, and minimum sorrow - your intuition will guide the way!
    For more ideas, check out the YouTube video series I created this summer, Develop Your Intuition … ature=plcp or read my blog at . Good luck!


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