In my Super Size Your Soul Program, we’ve segued our sessions from manifesting techniques to tapping into intuition.
This is a year-long program (you can jump in at any time) where the ultimate result is that you reach a goal you set for yourself this year.
We are all participating – even me (& I can’t wait for the “after” party!!)
Anyway, the funny thing about intuition is that it is not “Grab & Go”. You have to practice. You have to understand what an accurate “hit” feels like. (That’s why you practice!). We are not taught this – in fact, we are all born with it and then get “untaught”.
So we have to undo the un-teaching!
One of the methods I taught last week was something I learned from clairvoyant and author Debra Lynn Katz
while I was mentoring with her years ago. I modified it quite a bit, so I now call it the “name dropping technique” – (and it has nothing to do with being hoity-toity.)
With my private mentoring students, I suggest they come up with 25 “hits”, however with this group I limited it to 10.
The funny thing is that, while on the call, I noticed the crickets I was getting when I asked them to share what they intuitively received.
They were afraid of being wrong.
A few of them ended up sharing (and came up with great stuff!). One participant, Jessica, emailed me later and said “Everything was totally off” and then she proceeded to tell me what she got.
And guess what?
She was off – but she wasn’t. She got my father – the originally intended subject (I changed my mind at the last minute!)
And she listed so many things, little details like his height, age range, physique, that we wore glasses, that he has heart issues, she also tapped into his throat chakra (which was amazing because his voice has changed) and more.
The worst part?
She didn’t share this on the call, so others missed this learning opportunity.
Intuitively, sometimes when we are “wrong” we aren’t wrong at all!
So for those of you who are ”getting back to your spiritual roots” and learning to realign yourself with your intuition, remember Practice, Practice, Practice (& share!!)