Your intuition can help you decide what job to take, which road to travel or what person to spend more time with. It can also nudge you to make that doctor’s appointment or let you know that you’d better seek a second opinion. If your intuition isn’t helping you as much as you’d like for it to, you could be missing one of the most important steps when it comes to developing your psychic ability — asking the right questions.
Sure, sometimes your intuition will scream out at you out of the blue, but more often, your intuition needs to be consulted. If you’ve ever gone to a psychic for answers, you may have improved your odds of getting the answers you wanted by telling her or him what you wanted to know. Do the same thing with your own intuition and you’ll go much further.
Say you’re working at a job that you hate and you’re wondering if this is a good time to start looking for a new one. You can simply look around and wait for your intuition to drop a message out of the sky, but a better option would be to simply ask. Think to yourself, “Is this a good time for me to look for a new job?” Then be aware of what happens around you. Someone you know might call you to tell you about the new job he or she just started. A co-worker might mention a job opening in another department. You might hear an advertisement for a job fair on your local radio station. Once you ask the question, be ready for the answer to come from just about anywhere.
Using that same job situation, you can get more specific with your intuition, asking, for example, “Where should I look for a new job?” Again, once you ask, be open to the answers, which could come from anywhere. Maybe you’ll hear about a company that draws your interest. Perhaps you’ll see your newspaper’s classified section lying around. Because you asked a specific question, you’ll be better able to put the messages you get into context.
While sometimes you’re looking for a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer, it’s important to realize that the Universe doesn’t work so much in absolutes. There are many shades of gray and every other color in between. ‘Yes’ and ‘no’ answers can also be very limiting. For example, if you ask whether you should attend a particular job fair, you might get ‘no’ as the answer, but if you ask where you should look for a new job, you’ll get so much more information to work with.