Wednesday, July 13, 2016

5 Pain-Free Ways to Exercise Your Intuition Muscle


Your intuition is a muscle. To develop it, you must listen. -Phil Good

Just when you thought you'd finished your regular workout routine, now you have another muscle to exercise. Your intuition muscle! So how can you do that?
As someone who's been told she's very intuitive, here are my 5 favorite pain-free ways:

1.    Be silent
A recent Lifehack article stated that: “Mice exposed to two hours of silence per day developed new cells in the hypocampus, a region of the brain associated with memory, emotion and learning.”

2.    Listen to Theta wave music
Theta brainwaves can be targeted to improve meditation, induce deep but focused relaxation, improves creativity and your ability to learn. Theta-attuned music is some of the fastest ways to produce results.” Anything composed by Steven Halpern is great intuition workout music!

3.    Keep an Intuition Journal
Notice repetitive signs and symbols for five days. (Five is the number of change.) Write down everything that repeatedly shows up like numbers; license plate phrases or; recommended books.  Record the time. Then after five days, reflect on how you feel about these journal entries. What patterns do you see?

4.    Role play Nostradamus
Keep track of future hunches in your Intuition Journal. This might include things like: you knowing what someone was going to say; who was going to call you or; that you were receiving some money. Then compare and see how often your hunches were right!

5.    Practice my Divine Dialogue Writing System
All of the pain-free exercises listed above are a part of this system. This writing is a daily conversation on the page for 17 minutes with your inner self. It could also be with someone you choose to chat with from the non-physical realm like an angel, archetype, or ancestor.

A pre-sunrise practice of mine for eight years, my soul is grounded through this 3-step process of combining ritual, meditation, prayer and writing.

There are more exercises for developing your intuition muscle. And for now, like any exercise program be sure to go slow, be gentle, and exercise consistently!

Copyright Lore Raymond, 2016. No portion of the blog post or information on this site may be reprinted, re-used or copied to another site without prior written permission from the author.

6 comments:

  1. I love this concept Lore of thinking of your intuition as a muscle. I give mine regular workouts!

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    1. Thanks....I know your intuition muscle is in great shape, lol, Lisa!

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  2. Once the intuition "muscle" is well developed, you start to see it become inner wisdom. I couldn't imagine navigating through life without that connection! Thanks for sharing these simple ways to kick-start the process. It definitely takes attention and practice.

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  3. I have a bit of work to do on my intuition muscle I can see must find my Stephen Halpern music

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    1. Yes, Halpern's music is lovely to put on when writing or creating, Suzie.

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