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    How To Tap Into Your Intuitive Powers

    All of us are born with natural intuitive powers, but the trick is learning how to start using them.
    Today we’ll take a look at the different ways you can strengthen and tap into your intuition. This will allow you to experience improved decision-making abilities as well as a sharper understanding of yourself.

    What Is Intuition?

    Intuition, otherwise known as ‘’inner voice’’ or your ‘’gut feeling’’,  is a psychological process that analyzes our past experiences and the environment we’re in when making a decision. It can be that negative emotion you experience when encountering someone for the first time or a bad feeling in the pit of your stomach before leaping into a huge business deal.

    We all possess the power of intuition. However, sometimes it can get clouded over by present-day realities, our overly critical mind, and responsibilities.

    Moreover, we have two different ways of thinking. The first one is quick and instinctual, which is your intuition, and the second way is by using our conscious thinking, which is slower, more logical, and analytical. A healthy balance of both is crucial when it comes to making an important decision.

    How To Use Your Intuitive Powers 

    There are quite a few ways in which you can develop and use your intuitive powers. Most of them are easily accessible and can be done at any time and in any place.

    Listen To Yourself

    This may sound easy, but just listening to yourself can help you connect with your intuitive powers. When tuning out the noise of the world around you, and looking within, you’re able to experience the present moment. This is also known as being mindful.

    Normally we’re so busy with our lives, that we often forget how a simple practice of mindfulness can quieten down our thoughts and strengthen the connection with our intuition. The good thing is that mindfulness can be practiced almost anywhere. Simply relax and take in a few deep breaths while focusing your attention inward and see what surfaces.

    Go With Your Gut

    Your gut feeling is closely tied to intuition.  There is a study that claims your intuition and emotions have a physical presence in your gut. It’s even referred to as our ‘’second brain’’ due to the high amounts of neurons that are present.

    This also explains the reason why we tend to get butterflies when nervous or get a sick feeling when making a tough decision. So, trusting your gut in certain situations is you following your intuition, and usually ends being the best choice you could have made at that moment.

    Let Go Of Negative Feelings

    It’s also important to know that negativity can hinder your natural intuitive abilities, leading to poor decision making. So, when you have an important event coming up or you’re unsure of a situation, try analyzing your emotions first before tapping into your intuition.

    Pay Attention To Your Surroundings

    When you start becoming more aware of your surroundings, the intuitive part of your brain begins to work better too, leading to more sound choices. This happens because your subconscious mind tends to pick up a lot of information from the environment and the people around you.  

    Try And Remember Your Dreams

    Trying to remember your dreams is another good way to get in touch with your intuition. This is mainly because dreams are visual representations of information that are leftover from the day and usually contain valuable data such as our memories, experiences, thoughts, and more.

    A good practice would be to ask yourself an unresolved question before you fall asleep. Try to think about possible resolutions, allowing your subconscious to do the rest.

    Fine Tune Your Empathy 

    Connecting with others will allow you to finetune your empathic accuracy. This refers to the ability to pick up on the emotions, moods, intentions, and even the thoughts of other people.

    As humans, we rely on a lot of factors when interacting with others such as tone of voice, gestures, and body language. All of this greatly influences our opinions of others. Therefore, the more you surround yourself with people, the more you can develop this intuitive trait.


    Intuition is a powerhouse of valuable energy that everyone needs to develop. Hopefully, with these tips, you can learn to tap into it more frequently, strengthening your intuitive powers. However, it’s best to maintain a healthy balance between your rational thinking and intuition to gain the best of both worlds.