“Intuition is the highest form of intelligence, transcending all individual abilities and skills”
― Sylvia Clare


iwonderYou can practice connecting to your intuition. Whether you are a beginner just learning to recognize your intuition or someone who uses it everyday, playing with intuition will give you deeper understanding of how your gift works.

When I was beginning to practice “tuning in” on a more regular basis, I realized there were opportunities to practice all around me at any moment. Starting with thing that aren’t serious and important can take the pressure off and build your confidence. For example, I would tune in to see/hear/feel or know what the weather would be like for that day and then check the forecast. Sonia Choquette, a world famous intuitive and teacher, calls this practicing playing the “I Wonder” game.

Some ideas for the wonder Game:

– You are driving and stop at a red light. Before you look to the lane next to you, what color is that car, the driver’s hair color?
– Next time you are in an office building, approach the elevator you think will open.
– What is the next song on the radio going to be? I wonder. See if you can hum the first note.
– What is the person in front of me at Starbuck’s going to order?

Where else could you play the game? Your phone rings. Before you answer, who is it?

If you wondering why play the “I wonder” game? First, playing is fun (ask any kid). Secondly using your intuition can sometimes feel like your are taking a guess or making it up. By practicing, you build trust in yourself and strengthen your ability to recognize your inner voice. Overtime and with practice, it will be second nature.

I wonder if you will have fun? Don’t have to be psychic to know that one.