Five Simple Steps for Developing Intuition


Today I am participating in a blog tour for a new book titled Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You written by Yvonne Perry. The book has more than two dozen proven and effective ways to clear and protect your energy field. This guide offers empowering, proactive techniques to help empathic people manage energy overload.  See http://whosestuffisthis.com/ for details.  

Yesterday, Yvonne visited Joyce Shafer’s blog newsletter http://stateofappreciation.webs.com/ . Today, she is my guest blogger. I hope you enjoy the article she wrote about how to develop your intuition.

Five Simple Steps for Developing Intuition

By Yvonne Perry

I believe everyone is intuitive regardless of background. I’m not saying that everyone has the makings of being a psychic medium, but we are all born with a varying degree of intuitiveness. I’m sure you can think of a time when you have experienced an inner knowing, voice, vision, or feeling that instructed you not to go in a certain direction, or to make a particular selection, or perhaps you knew when someone was lying to you.  

While we are born with intuition, we can choose to either shut it out and ignore it or listen to this guidance and allow it to become clearer. By choosing to develop your intuition, you can gain insight into daily situations and make more informed decisions throughout your life. 

Some ways to tap into your intuition include the following:

Grounding. Electricity always needs to be grounded in order not to overload. We have an electric field around us that is our personal energy. It can be grounded to the Earth through walks in nature, working in the garden, or visualizing a cord of light extending from your feet into the Earth.

Meditation. To find your intuitive self, you have to be alone in order to get to know who you are, but many times we are too busy to tune into the inner voice of guidance. Meditation or silence allows us to hear our intuition. A lot of people think meditation is a state of not having any thoughts but the idea is to let the thoughts come and go without being attached to them. You will know when you have tapped into higher wisdom. The goal in meditation is to let go and just be.

Conscious breathing is very balancing, calming, and beneficial. It refreshes every cell in our body as we take in oxygen. Five minutes of deep breathing while counting your inhalations and exhalations can help restore a sense of calmness and regulate the heartbeat. Controlling and counting the breaths develops the concentration and focus needed to manage mental noise. Do this while sitting in a comfortable position with your spine straight.

Writing or journaling allows us to clear our minds of distracting thoughts and get down to what is really bothering us. This is when we can begin to see the solutions that come from within. Before beginning your writing session, light a candle and ask for guidance. Then, write whatever comes into your head. You may be surprised at what you read later.

Yoga is one of the best modalities because it incorporates grounding, centering, breathing, and exercise while connecting with the Divine. Even if only for a few minutes, this will help open the chakras and refresh your mind and body.

If you want to learn how to manage your intuitive gift and clear your energy field, begin to nurture your body, mind, and spirit. Your time and attention to the spiritual aspect of who you are will bring forth the knowledge of your inner self.

Learn more about developing your intuition and progressing spiritually in Yvonne Perry’s new book, Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts,Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You. Learn more at http://whosestuffisthis.com/  

Come along on the tour with us. Please join Joanne Sprott on Beyond Words Radio Show at Believe in the Moment radio http://www.believeinthemoment.com/bitm-radio.html to listen to an interview with Yvonne.  See the tour schedule at http://tinyurl.com/EmpathTour

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10 Responses to “Five Simple Steps for Developing Intuition”

  1. Yvonne Perry Says:

    Thank you for being part of my blog tour, Barbara. You are a JOY to work with!

  2. Barbara Techel Says:

    Yvonne, love your tip about Yoga. I just started practicing more on a regular basis and find it is very grounding and helps to center me. Some mornings though I am so anxious to get into my studio that I have a hard time being “still” but it is a practice and I know when I do center myself it really helps with my day.
    Thank you again for writing this book which I know will help many!!

  3. Maxine Thompson Says:

    Yvonne, great article. Glad to be reminded not to take on other’s energy when I do work for them. My late sister used to practice this grounding cord. Glad to see this in a book now. She’d say people liked to use your energy to get their work done.

    Thanks again!

    Can’t wait to purchase the book.

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  5. Yvonne Perry Says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Maxine. It’s always a privilege to have your loving energy on my tour. Glad you sister was such a wise woman in using her gift to bless others.

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  8. Yvonne Perry Says:

    Barbara, I’m the same way. I have to force myself to stop and spend time in meditation before going to the computer to work. My day goes a lot better when I do take this time though. Thanks for leaving a comment here.

  9. Michael David Lawrience Says:

    Hello Barbara; I recently assisted Yvonne Perry in her book campaign.

    I am planning a virtual blog tour for my book Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, and Pain May 2 – May 27.

    I would appreciate you to be part of this blog tour by posting an article on your blog which I will write.

    Let me know if you have an interest. It will be easy without much time commitment on your part. See more about my book at http://www.emotionalhealthtips.com/

    I look forward to your email and prompt response!

    In Gratitude,
    Michael David Lawrience

    I am a certified Residential Coach III with over 12 years experience teaching teen’s self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-reliance. I have over 35 years experience as a holistic health practitioner with a B.A in Sacred Healing, and I am a certified Bowenwork Practitioner. My niche is emotional health with extensive personal experience related to codependency recovery, strengthening self-esteem, healing the inner child, stress management, and meditation practice.

    • shiftguru Says:

      Hello Michael,
      I would be honored to be a part of your virtual tour. I am more than delighted to have you as a guest blogger and I would like to also offer a radio segment on The Creating Cafe on May 25th. I prerecord the interveiws, typically the Thursday before. Let me know if you are interested. My email address is joye@TheShiftGuru.com.
      In Joy – Barbara

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