Everyone knows that physical exercise helps keep our bodies healthy and strong. Even small changes can make a positive difference. For example you might walk up the stairs instead of taking the elevator.
Our intuitive “muscles”need regular workouts too! Here are a few thoughts on fun practice exercise for intuitive strength building. Remember, this is not a scientific experiment, so please relax and have fun!
Grocery Store: At the checkout line – Don’t look at the cash register – See if you can pick up numbers in your grocery bill before the clerk announces the total due. Sometimes people find that, with practice, they get the last two numbers correct.
Antiques Road Show: Get a pad of paper & pen – Write down the appraisal amount before the expert says it.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (game show): See how many answers you get right in a 30-minute show. Watch the show with the audio muted so that you do not hear the questions; that way you will not be guessing. Write down the first answer that comes to mind: A, B, C, or D. If you are consistently getting correct answers more than 25% of the time, then the exercise is certainly helping.
Award Shows – See how many winners you can select, even though you may know little or nothing about them.
In the parking lot, ask for guidance with finding a parking spot close to the entrance unless, of course, someone else needs it more than you.
Phone Calls: When the phone rings, take a minute, focus before you look – Who do you think is calling you?
Meeting Someone New: Take a breath, and then focus on the first color that comes to your mind when meetingthis person. What is the chakra color that generally represents the person’s energy right now? How does the coloryou saw/sensed match up to the reality the person is presenting?
You may need to look up the 7 major chakra colors and their associations. For example:
yellow=sense of personal power;
Practice and have fun! Remember that Rome wasn’t built in a day. All of your practice counts.
Susanne Wilson is a scientifically authenticated medium and empowering keynote speaker at international conferences.