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How to Develop & Use Your Intuiton

teacher avatar Andrea Belzer, Helping You Maximize Life

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8 Lessons (60m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. What is Intuition

    • 3. How You Access Your Intuition

    • 4. How to Develop your Intuition

    • 5. Intuition during the day

    • 6. Client Attraction Visualization

    • 7. Visualizing New Directions

    • 8. Conclusion

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About This Class

Using your intuition in your business, just might save you from a bad decision. But we are often not taught to use it. Being led to believe that only data matters. This course, will help you learn how to develop your intuition and how to use it to grow a stronger business.

We will learn:

  • What intuition is.
  • How you receive intuitive information.
  • How to build your intuition.
  • How to tap into your intuition in the middle of your busy day.

Plus, meditations to help you access your intuition. And journal prompts to help you narrow in on what is intuition and what is not.

Not in business? Not to worry, these steps are applicable to any career, or even for your life.

Worried you don't have the ability to be intuitive? Don't worry, everyone has intuition. In the lesson on what is intuition, I go through the three types of intuition so you can understand exactly why you are intuitive. Even if you don't think you are.

Start developing your intuition today!

See you in class one.


Who am I?

My name is Andrea. Most importantly I am a mom. But when I am not focused on that I help other make their aspirations become a reality. I share skills and motivation to help you on your journey.

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1. Introduction: Welcome to how to build your intuition for your business. Have you ever found yourself saying, I don't know why, but I just think this is the right answer or I have a gut feeling. That's your intuition talking to you, and that's a good thing. Our intuition when we follow it really helps us make better decisions in almost every aspect of our life. In fact, I'm not the only one to say that Steve Jobs and Albert Einstein and a slew of other great business people talk about the value of intuition and needing to follow their own and not listen to other people. Intuition is that skill that is going to stop you from hiring the wrong person. They may look great on paper, but you just get that off feeling. And it might save you a lot of headache down the road and possibly even having to fire them. Intuition is that thing that stops you from launching a product line that you think is going to be absolutely phenomenal. But down the road, that industry might end up totally getting crushed. On the flip side, shouldn't might be the thing that says to you it's time to pivot your business and businesses, Great. And so you're kinda like why, but you trust the instinct and you go with it and it is better than you ever could have imagined. I want to share with you a personal example of when I totally ignored my intuition and it cost me $1000 outright and a ton of time and heartache. This was probably about 67 years ago and I was looking to hire a marketing consultant to help me launch and start marketing a new service. And kinda shopping around and found a couple of companies that I thought were right and excited to talk to one of them first because I was leaning towards that one. Well, during the entire conversation of what it looked like to work with them and asking questions and trying to get as much feedback as possible. My intuition was saying no, it's just not quite right. My intuition was saying it's not a fit for your product. It was basically gone ahead. No, no, no, no, go to the other one. And I was so taken with the success that this firm had had in the past. Nord, my intuition, I also broke my rule of not sleeping on all decisions and made it right away going 100%. Against my intuition, well, it costs me the money. It ended up being a total and complete disaster. I did not even sell one of that service I was launching. I ended up completely scrapping it. And let's just say every time I made decisions now I stop. And I remind myself in that one instance, my intuition was saying no, and it would have saved me an absolute ton. But Being and paying attention to your intuition, especially if you're not used to using it can actually be very difficult. And so in this course, I am going to help you do that, just that. So my name is Andrea bells are and I have been self employed since 2002. And my original training is in finance, very data-driven. All of my decisions came from a data standpoint when she was one of the reasons I went with the wine instead of against my intuition, about 67 years ago, I started realizing this isn't going to work and had a bunch of stuff going on in my life and so started developing my intuition, really paying attention to that softer side of business, not just the numbers, but intuition and a whole bunch of other stuff. And through that process got a heaps more training besides for my business training, that really has helped me create businesses that are led by a combination of data and intuition. And these businesses that I now have are much easier to manage because I have this entire process in place where I am trusting every single part of my skill set. In this class. I am going to share with you everything that I have learned on this journey. We're going to begin by fully understanding exactly what intuition is and the three parts that actually make up intuition as a whole. Then I'm going to share with you how to actually access your intuition, especially when you're starting out and you're not used to doing it. And finally, I have some exercises and tools that you can use to tap into your intuition that will help you train yourself to really feel how it works. And the project for this class is a journal log I've created for you that will help you track your intuitive hits. What you will do is fill it out every time you get an intuitive hit, you will write it down, put a little bit of extra information, and then later on you will circle back around and find out how accurate was your intuition, should you have followed it and eventually pick up a pattern. So you can go ahead and download that log and begin right away tracking your intuitive hits. So let's get started and talk about exactly what intuition. 2. What is Intuition: Okay, so what exactly is intuition? Well, it kind of depends on which community you're talking in. The scientific community and the spirituality community have very different takes on what intuition is. Now from my experience, there's actually a lot of overlap and a lot of it is simple language. At the same time, there are different aspects to what builds our intuition. So in this course, we are actually going to combine both groups, the science and the spirituality, to truly get a full grasp on our complete intuitive picture. I want again, with the definition of what intuition actually is. The official definition is a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive rather than conscious reasoning. Now what I take from this definition is two components that make up our intuition. There's reason, and there's instinct making decisions based on data. And what is in our mind is all about reasoning. On the other hand, making decisions based on feelings and that gut instinct is the intuitive side. And before we get into breaking down all the components of this, I want to make it very clear that when you are making decisions in your business, your life, anywhere, both components are actually really important. It is very important to have the reasoning site of your mind. And it is also very important to have the tuition intuition. And I am focusing here this entire class on the intuition because we are taught the rational side. And in fact, we are really forced to do the rational side. What's your why is a very common question we get. We're not taught the intuitive side, and intuition is a school skill that we can build. And so that is why this class is focusing on that. But this does not mean you don't look at the rational side. Also, I want to give you a couple and samples of what intuition might look like in your every day life. So the first example I wanted to talk about is you are looking for a new house. You've gone into house after house, after house, and nothing's working, and all of a sudden you walk into one. And really without seeing the entire thing or maybe even just half of it, you know, you're like, this, is it, this is the one that is intuition. It is telling you, yup, this is one. You don't even have to look at the rest of it if you don't, why you don't need to sleep on it, although I will say you should probably sleep on it. But your intuition is that one that goes, yes, this is the place. Now another example, intuition is let's say that you're interviewing for a job or at the business world, let's say you're hiring somebody for a job at your company. And everything looks perfect. The resumes gray, they seem very personable. The experience really, truly fits. But something doesn't feel right. Some things just off on paper, they look perfect. The interview might have even gone grades. But there's something in your gut that saying, I don't think so. And let's say you pass. And then later on find out all these things about the problems they've had in past workplaces. That's your intuition going you don't want, it looks great but not going there. Now the final example I wanna give you is actually a personal one of how I do my own investing. So I mentioned in the intro, I'm actually trained in finance. I've been investing since the sixth grade. And I have over the years developed this blend of investing that pulls in both. And so I think it's a great example before we start diving into how to understand where the intuitions coming from. So what I do when I am deciding if I'm going to buy a stock or nine is I burst the search it. I look at all the numbers, take a deep dive into the financial statements. Then I also start looking at what is the CEO saying, what are they doing, What's their marketing? I really do an in-depth study of the company. If the company survives my process of deciding if they're a good investment or not. Before I ever buy, I stop and I go, okay, what my intuition say. And I literally just stop and kinda go. What am I feeling? Kinda look around. Or I might close my eyes or go for a walk, but I actually do an intuitive check-in. And if it says, No, no matter how great it looked on paper, I won't buy it. And so I do the irrational part. I gather all the data, I make my decision. And of course, a lot of companies get kicked out on the rational part. But then if they've made it through the rational part, that's when I turned to my intuition and say yes or no, yes or no, and go that direction. And I will say I have been. Quick, the way that my intuition has made some decisions. So those are the examples. Now what I want to get into is the different components of what makes up your intuition. So there's three main components of your intuition. First is instinct. Instinct is what is hardwired in us to survive. It is what says When you see a snake run. The next component is automatic brain processing. Now, I don't think that's actually an official term. It might be. It's what I call it. What this is, is it's the part of our brain that learns as we go in life, you experience something, your mind is processing it, it is going to keep it as a memory. It may even create a belief around that experience. And this happens all the time with small things, big things, work things, personal things. Our brain is constantly working and sorting things into different categories. And so when you are trying to make a decision, there is a part of your brain that subconscious, that starts to pull out those past experiences. And this happens very quickly that you don't even realize that you're doing it. You might actually think that you are making a decision, a 100, 100% on the data. But in reality, there's subconscious things that are coming up in your processing that is taking information from the past and that is also included in this intuition pile. Now, the third component of intuition is the spirituality side wishes your higher source, no matter what you call it. Assuming you believe there is a higher source, we are gathering information from our Higher Source or angel teams, anything that we believe in from the other world. And this stuff also impacts how we make a decision. Now, I want to give you an example of this to show you that this actually is a real thing and it impacts us. So I had an acquaintance, this is probably a couple of decades ago and she was driving down the exact same rule that she drove every single day going to and from work. Nothing was different. She was behind a truck, it was a roughing truck and it had a whole bunch of ladders on it. And all of a sudden she heard the words, slowdown, get in the next lane. Now my Xi's by herself. She hears these words. So she slows down and gets him. And right after she had done that, the one of the big ladders from this truck came flying off the back of the truck. And if she had been right there, it would have gone straight through her front window. Now, that was not her or rational brain analyzing data, going Ooh, that truck has something there. I've been on this road before, That's danger. This was all new. That is the spiritual side where we're getting information from. Now, when you get an intuitive hit, let's say you're in the house that you think you want to buy and you're like, That's it. This is it, what is working there. So there is some instinct. Maybe there you're like, okay, this has a really solid door hillock, I'd like that. Then your automatic brain processing might be going, Ooh, this reminds me of grandma's house, or it might be saying, this looks like a really safe, secure place. I like the light because it's pulling from a memory. It had a view at the beach and how much light it was. And then you might also be getting a spiritual hit. It might be that your guardian angels are saying, hey, this is it, this is the perfect place for you. You don't realize all three of these things are working, but you get the message that this is the house and that is how those three work together. That is also why sometimes we don't even realize that they're all working. They might not all be working at the same time. You might just have your automatic brain processing, pulling old limiting beliefs as your intuition. It might just be pure hereditary, keeping humans alive. And that's, and sometimes it might just be spiritual. But from my experience, most of the time it's some sort of combination of these three things. And because our intuition is pulling from all these different sources, that's what makes it one of the best tools that we can use in making decisions. Now, in our next lesson, we are going to learn how to start to access that intuition. 3. How You Access Your Intuition: In this video, we're going to talk about how we access our intuition, or in other words, how it shows up. Now there's three main ways that your intuition will try and communicate with you. The first is physical sensations, the second is thought, and the third is emotions. So I want to touch briefly on what each of those are and how they might show up for you. So the first is a physical sensation. Our bodies hold a lot of memories more than we actually think. And so some times this will trigger a physical reaction of physical intuitive hit. In addition to the memories, our bodies are designed by instinct to alert us to dangers. So what does this look like? You might literally get the chills or your stomach might start hurting when you walk into a new space. Sometimes you might just walk into an area and all of a sudden get really tired. If you notice a physical change in your body when you are either trying to make a decision or you have just entered into a new space. There is a strong possibility that it is part of the intuition. And so you want to actually stop and figure out what is going on. Now with that said, our body does a lot to signal is two things. And some of these can then end up back into that limiting belief category that I talked about. So your stomach might start hurting because you're afraid you're gonna get yelled out when somebody walks in the room. That is not an intuitive hit. That is more of that limiting bleak belief system. So they're really kind of tune into, okay, I just walked into this place and all of a sudden started feeling queasy. First, do a quick check. Did I eat something bad? Is it super hot in here? Like do a physical track like okay, Is there a really good explanation? And then if there is not really first assess if you've ever felt like that before in a similar situation, if you have, then it might be tied to a belief. And if you finally get to the end and there's nothing else, that's an intuitive sign. I will often get this when I walk into a store or a space that has energy that might be toxic to me, I will start feeling really sick and this is a sign for my intuition to get out, go to a different store. Now, thoughts, this is where you have an idea that just appears out of nowhere. You're in the shower and the solution you've been looking for just pops into your mind. You're out on a walk and all of a sudden you figure out exactly what you're doing. Or like the one that I talked about in the last video with my acquaintance who had to get out of the way for the roofing truck. She just all of a sudden her like, Hey, slow down and get out of the way. This is literally At thought pops into your mind. That is very sudden. It wasn't there, you weren't focused on it and it just appears. Now, the third way is with emotions. For me, this is one of the harder ones to describe it because everybody feels emotionally things very different. There might be similarities, but in general, the emotions are different. And so this shows up as you walk into a space and you feel that you should walk out. I know that's why I keep saying field, but this is why it is really hard to describe, is because everybody will have that feeling differently. So I talked about how I might get a stomach ache when I walk into a space that's toxic. I also might walk into a space and just be like, Oh, no, I don't like the feeling in here. And so if this happens that the feelings that you're feeling are very important to pay attention to. Now, I know western society has a tendency to show a hollow motions to the side and not pay attention to them. And so this is probably one of the harder ones to not only explain but to address, because we first have to get used to having feelings. Now an example that you might take into with business is, you know, you have, you're talking to a prospective vendor and something feels off, you're like something's not right here. You're looking around and you're like it feels great, but are you like everything sounds great, but something feels off. That is another sign of intuition. Now, just like you might be pulling from all three sources of intuition, you might be picking up on your intuitive hits all at the same time. You might get a stomach ache into the exact same time, have a thought pop into your head. And I will say with this messaging system, everybody is different. So I am naturally a feeler, I'm actually an empath. And so a lot of my intuitive messages come from feelings and yes, I still struggle to explain it even though that's my primary method because it is just this sudden feeling that is sometimes just hard to describe. And so that's me. But you might honestly be stronger in a completely different category. You might be much more auditory and so your intuitiveness might come as more thoughts. And so really pay attention to all of these and how they work together and which one. 4. How to Develop your Intuition: In this video, we're going to talk about three ways that you can develop your intuition. These are by far not the only ones, but in my experience, these are the three most powerful tools to get you using your intuition the fastest. Now, the first one is journaling. There's actually two approaches here with journaling that will help you. The first approach with journaling is actually having an intuitive journal. That's actually what this class project is. So in order to do this, if you want to use the sheet I created for you, download and use that. But in general, what the goal of an intuitive journal is to get as much information bound as possible. What time did you have the intuitive hit? What were you working on? Was it about that thing that you're working on was what was the intuitive hit? Then what you also want to do is a later go back and update, you know, what came to fruition, what didn't. This can be the same day, can be once a week. Whatever you need to check in with what's going on. And then what I recommend is every once in a while, do a bigger check. So is there a trend? Did you, do you always get your intuitive hits out on a walk? Really kinda track the patterns and the accuracy. And the way that this is very beneficial on the accuracy is you might be able to start to pick a pattern of okay, when I think it's an intuitive hits and I'm at my office, it's usually not. The ones that are correct are usually over here. So really it's kinda of a log to get you through what was going on. When I was working on truly developing my intuition, I had a little notebook that I use because I could toss it in my person, have with me everywhere. Really helpful to even tune into when I was getting those little intuitive hits, because it's one thing to track the big ones, but we have these intuitive hits all the time. And so if you have a tool that you can write them down, you can get more in tune with them. Now the second way to use journaling for your intuition as to really increase your self-awareness and self-discovery. And how does this help? Well, the process of journaling for self-discovery really truly helps you hone in on those limiting beliefs, those anxieties, all of those fear things that block your intuition. As you begin to journal and clear a hall of those out. It makes hearing your intuition much easier. I recently finished a very deep dive into emotional healing that lasted about five years. And through that process of really, really healing old traumas and emotional wounds, it opened up space for me to hear my intuition and that's what journaling is doing. Now, I also have in this course some journal prompts that will help you kind of get this started. If you're not used to journaling, it can be difficult. So use those prompts to get started and that will really help out. Now, the second thing that you can do is meditation. Meditation is fantastic for so many things. But I love it for intuition because when we alert, quiet our mind, when we learn to stay in the present moment, we're open to those intuitive messages. More intuitive in your daily life, really truly is about clearing a path for the information to come through. And so meditation, when practice on a regular basis really gives you a solid baseline to have quiet and calm in you. It allows you to regulate your emotions and your thoughts so that when you're in the middle of your day making all these decisions, you're already operating from a place of peace and calm. I will say as a single mom running a business, just finishing all this pandemic stuff. If it was not for my meditation practice, I probably would have been a mess. My journaling practice. Every single morning, I get up, I meditate, and I journal. And doing these things in the morning allows me to hit the ground running and almost never stopped during the day because I've already taken care of getting that baseline calm and mindfulness into my day. I am then able to receive intuitive messages throughout the day because I've already trained my mind to be calm and that's what meditation is about. Now, I know it can feel overwhelming because you're like, I can't get my mind to be quiet. I never worked for me. I can't sit still. Well, I'm here to tell you as a meditation teacher, there's a lot of ways to meditate. You need to find the right one for you. You might be a walking meditation person where you go out for a walk and you don't take any music or podcasts or anything like that. You go out and you just walk, pay attention to nature. It might be that you need guided meditations. You might be a mantra meditation person. So you might want to just start exploring and trying. And a final side-note about that. Meditation isn't necessarily about having no thoughts. It's about keeping yourself in the present moment. You will have thoughts. We all have thoughts. You don't stop having thoughts. It's about acknowledging them and then releasing them, pulling yourself back to that center point. Now, at the end of this course, I actually created some guided meditations to help you tap into your intuition through meditation. So you can check those out and you can come back and do those as much as you need in order to kind of reset and tap further into your intuition with meditation. Because that's the next thing I wanted to say about meditation is when you quiet your mind and do a guided visualization, urine to intuition can pop up in your meditation. In fact, one of my favorite ways to get information from my business is through a guided meditation. And so one of the ones that I've recorded for you is about getting information about your clients. And I love this anytime I'm starting a new project, I will do this meditation on my own. So I went to had it, recorded it. And it really just kind of guides you through a spiritually meeting your clients and asking them questions and getting to better know them. All right, The final thing that you can do to really hone on your intuition is physical movement. Now, I love this one verse so many reasons. But this one is really truly designed to help you fine tune your brain's ability to process information. So what happens is when we're working on a problem, there's one area of our brain processing, all of that decision-making, problem-solving. When we're done focusing on it and we go do something else that has nothing to do with it and preferably nothing to do with using our thinking mind. So we go do a walk, we go to our workout. We go shower, we go wash the dishes. Something very simple. Our brain that processes decision-making isn't done working. It keeps going. Not at the same pace is when you're focusing on it, but it's continuing to process and work, which is why we sometimes get these intuitive hits and the shower or in our workout and these different weird spaces is because our brain is still going. And so by ensuring that you have a built into your day physical movement, you open up the chances of receiving intuitive messages. In fact, when I'm really stuck and I can't figure anything out in a journal that I've meditated and I've done everything else. I go for a walk and I will tell you it is amazing how many times the answer becomes laser clear on my my walk. So if you do these three things on a daily basis, you will be amazed at how much your intuition comes into focus. And side-note doesn't have to be long. It can be a five-minute meditation, a 10 minute journaling session. And it's wanting minute exercise session. They don't have to be big, they don't have to be overwhelming and they don't have a dominate your day. You just have to do. Now in our next video, we're gonna talk about how to access your intuition. In the middle of the day when you're not meditating internally and exercising. 5. Intuition during the day: All right, Let's talk about how to access your intuition in the middle of the day. Now the first recommendation that I have for you is to just bring a general awareness to your day. What does this look like? This is paying attention to when you have a mood shift, paying attention to what's going on around you, paying attention to the thoughts that are running behind your hut. Now this self-awareness will really cue you in onto when your intuition is trained to talk to you. This gets easier the more that you practice, the things like meditation and journaling, but it also gets easier by practicing it. So an example might be you're actually in a fantastic mood. And then you have a meeting with a vendor and all of a sudden your mood completely shifts. You don't know why everything seems to be going great, but all of a sudden your movies just different. This is where you want to stop and go. Okay. My mood shifted. What happened? What changed? What were we talking about? And this is where using your intuition journal is really helpful. You can record that information down, even if you don't think it was an intuitive Head, recording it in your intuition journal might down the road show you that it actually was. So bring awareness to your day. Now the second thing that you can do this more of a tip that I have for you. And that is to discard the need to have a why we are taught so much. There has to be a reason. Why are you deciding that? Why do you like that? Why, why, why, why? But here's the thing. Sometimes there is no y, sometimes you just know, sometimes you can't explain it. Sometimes you don't have the words to put to it. And so getting used to saying, I don't know, but I know it, it's right or I don't have a Y will really truly help you trust your intuition. If you get an intuitive hit that you shouldn't hire the guy that you are interviewing. And he looks perfect. And everybody else's like we think he looks great and you don't trust that you don't have to have an excuse, especially if you're the one in charge. If you stop and say, You know what, something's just doesn't feel right. I don't know why that's enough and get used to that being enough. Now the third thing that you can do is before you make a decision, give yourself the time to stop and think. Now you might think that this is really hard because what are you going to say? Oh, excuse me, I'm going to go talk to my intuition. For some companies you might be able to, and if you run your own company, well, then yes, you can. But here's a little trick that I use if I really truly want to gather my thoughts and tune into what's going on. I excuse myself to go to the restaurant. Nobody's going to ask you why. They know why, but doesn't mean you actually have to use the restroom. When you go to the restroom, you're just buying yourself time to connect with your intuition and move forward. So I hope these tips help. The next couple of videos are some guided visualizations to help you develop your intuition. And I hope you enjoy those. 6. Client Attraction Visualization: Sometimes in business, when we're working on our marketing, we can draw a complete blank and not have any idea what you're supposed to do. We might even struggle to find our clientele so we can even ask them, traditional marketing practices just don't seem to be working. What I do when this occurs for me is I turned to meditation. Specifically, what I do is this visualization that allows me to gain access from my intuition, my Higher Source, my clients hire sources. What I would encourage you to do for this meditation is to have a pen and pencil handy. I know sometimes when I do this the information comes so fast, I don't want to lose it, so I start writing it down. I know that's not traditional meditation, but I find this really works in combining your business with intuition. So grab a pen and paper and get yourself into a comfortable position. Let's begin by tuning into our breath. Focusing on inhaling and exhaling at a very steady pace. With all of your attention being on that breath and nothing else. When you're calm. Imagine yourself out for a walk. As you're walking, you come upon a meadow and decide to walk through the meadow. As you're walking. Notice the grass, the flowers, the landscape. What colors do you see? What are the textures? As you're walking? You come upon an outdoor cafe. Nobody is there, but there is a giant food spread and coffee set out. There's a beautiful table made up just for you. Go ahead and take a seat at that table. As you sit down, you notice that there's people starting to walk toward you. They're coming from all different directions. Begin to take notice of who they are. As they approached the outdoor cafe area. They ask you if they can take a seat and invite them to do so. And now ask them, What do they desire from you? Allow the answers to flow. Now gives them the opportunity to ask questions. You what to do they want to now new. Hello. And ask them how they want to find you. Yeah. Any other information they wish to give you at this time? Hi. Hi. Thank them all for the information that they have given you. Tell him you will see them soon and watch them depart. Begin to slowly stand up and walk back through the meadow. Has anything changed in the meadow or their new flowers, new colors? As you leave the meadow and come back into your own space, take a moment to let everything that you've learned integrate into your knowing and slowly return your thoughts and presence to your breath. And then the room that you're in beginning to move, wiggle your toes, and your hands. Now that you have had time to process this meditation, I encourage you to do some journaling about what information was presented to you. If you don't feel like the information was complete, do the meditation again until you get what you need. I will actually do this meditation often when I am creating things such as content plans or new courses. So I can get the most up-to-date information that my intuition and higher source has for my business. Thank you for meditating with me today. 7. Visualizing New Directions: Welcome, My name is Andrea. In this visualization, we are going to practice expanding our awareness when we become stuck in life, when we have an issue we don't think we can solve. Feel like we're at a dead end. It is very difficult often to see other opportunities. In this visualization, we are going to practice looking for different options, different ways around our dead and through the experience of taking a walk. So allow yourself to get into a comfortable seated position. Take a deep breath in and exhale. Begin to allow your eyes to gently close. Take another deep breath in and exhale. Deep breath in. And exhale. Now imagine yourself outside, going for a walk. Go to the space that your intuition naturally takes you to. This can be in a city and a field on a beach. As you were walking, you come upon a dead end. This can be a wall offense, a metal road barrier, a cliff. As you approach this dead end and come to a stop. Look around. What do you see? Take a moment to turn back around and look at where you just walked from. Acknowledge that you cannot go back there. Now turn back around to your barrier. Begin to look for ways past this barrier. It can be moving to the right, to the left. Flying up and over, digging under. Perhaps you're even going to teleport passed in different ways around it. Select the one that feels most comfortable to you right now. And begin heading in that direction. As you are moving in this direction, pay attention to how you feel. What do you see? Has the space changed? Are you in a different location? As you were walking, notice if this is the right place for you, does it feel good? If not, stop and look around for another path? If it is the right space, continue walking on that path. Trust that the right path is there for you. You simply have to find it. Allow yourself to come into a space that allows you to stop and rest. As you sit down in your new space. Breathe it in. Look around you. What is there? What colors do you see? What do you smell? How does it feel? Allow yourself to take in this new space. Slowly allow yourself to come back to the present moment. React, limit yourself to the physical space that you're in. Allow your senses to feel the temperature. Listen to the sounds that are in your room. Slowly opening your eyes. Looking at the room around you. The colors, the lights. Taking a deep breath in and exhaling. Take another deep breath in and exhale. If you want a journal about the experience that you just had, what you saw, maybe what insights it brought you now is a great time to do so. You can continue to use this visualization to practice expanding your awareness so that problem-solving becomes easier with time. Thank you for joining me on this journey. 8. Conclusion: Congratulations, You made it to the end of this course. Thank you so much for joining me. Now before we part ways, I want to give you one piece of advice and that is, don't expect a 100 percent accuracy from your intuition. It's actually just not possible, especially as you're first starting. Now as to why it's possible that's a whole different course, but I want you to be gentle with yourself and understand it's a process and you're not always going to be spot on, but keep practicing and you will get exactly where you need to be. I would love to hear what intuitive insights you've uncovered during the process of this course, you can either share your project sheet with me or even just drop me a note. And if you are finding that a lot of the issues that you're facing are around fear and overcoming your intuition blocks. I do have a course on how to overcome your fears. Check that out. You can also follow me on YouTube or click follow right here on Skillshare so you can get notified when I opposed more courses, have fun exploring your intuition and I wish you luck.