There are many ways your intuition can get a message to you. You will start to pick them up once you’ve learned to quiet your mental chatter.
- You might notice a certain song gets stuck in your head out of nowhere.
- When listening to music you might notice some words seem to get highlighted then that connect you to an idea about a problem you’ve focused on recently.
- You might notice images brought into focus. The image might connect you straight to an answer you’ve been seeking.
- Someone who speaks to you could say certain words that bridge a connection for you.
- You might feel a tingle in your body that lets you know an idea is resonating.
Look for these types of signs and don’t be afraid to say to yourself, “I note the emphasis on blah right now…what does that mean?” Sometimes your intuition will supply the answer.
You can even develop a standard vocabulary with your intuition. If this idea appeals to you, I suggest you have a standard way to record what you learn in a journal. Develop signals for “yes” and “no” to use for follow up questions. For example, ask your intuition to warm-up or stimulate your right hand for a yes answer and warm-up or stimulate your left hand for a no answer. If you know astrology or tarot cards, those images can be useful as pieces of your intuitive language too. You can also use colors, or rhythms, or scenes from movies. Whatever works for you!
Intuition is subtle and quick. The importance of learning to quiet the energy diverting mental chatter cannot be over-emphasized so definitely start there. Intuition is often delivered in the form of a feeling. So pay attention to how you are feeling at any given moment especially if you are looking for an intuitive connection.