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Intuitive Learning




by Lynne McTaggart -

Developing your intuition can be a learning process. It’s also a matter of honoring the still, small voice in yourself that says to you: “Don’t do that!” or “Go ahead and take a chance”.

You can teach yourself to listen to your gut hunches by slowing down. We rush about so much, using cognitive reasoning to steer us around, that we often don’t have time to listen to our inner voice. When making a decision, mull it over in your mind and see what comes up.


G U I D E L I N E S

  • Practicing. 

A tried-and-tested means of improving your intuition is to practice guessing with a pack of cards. Keep the deck turned over, face down. Concentrate on each card as you guess what it is. Say the first symbol that comes into your head. If you wish, you can start off with just 10 cards, so you have less choice.

  • Resisting analysis. 

When you receive an intuition, resist the urge to figure out what it ‘means’. If a word pops up, write it down, but don’t try to determine its significance. During a remote viewing session, when I was invited to ‘see’ an object hidden in wrapping paper, I kept seeing an oval.

My analytical mind kept thinking ‘pin’ because I was wearing a brooch of a similar shape. However, suddenly the word ‘candy’ popped into my head. I was in the US, where the term is used in place of ‘sweets’. Indeed, the box contained an array of oval-shaped chocolates.

  • Receiving through senses not your analytical brain. 

Take the information and first draw it. Noted remote viewer Ingo Swann tells his RV students that there are different stages of receiving: in the first, you are aware of very basic outlines of shapes, which grow in complexity over time.

Begin by drawing the first idea that comes into your mind. After a few moments, draw it again (you should have more information). A few moments later, draw it again. Some minutes later, try constructing it in three dimension, with clay.

  • Following your gut hunches no matter how irrational. 

If you get a strong impression that you or someone else shouldn’t do something, listen to it.


excerpt from 'Living The Field Animal Energies guide'

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