1. Center in Spirit
Do a centering process in which you sit or lay down
in a comfortable place, close your eyes, and ask for Divine Spirit's
presence with you.
2. Deep Breathing
Take a minute or two and do some deep breathing. With
each inhalation, visualize breathing in white light - letting it fill
you and reach beyond you, connecting you with Divine Spirit. With each
exhalation breathe out all that you do not need.
3. Focus on Your Question
With eyes still closed, think about the question or
topic you want intuitive insight about. Next, let it go - see it leaving
your consciousness and going off to Divine Spirit. Say, "I open
to insight that is for the Highest Good of all concerned.
4. Occupy Yourself
Next, get up and do an activity that occupies your body,
but not your mind - like taking a shower, doing housework, going for
a walk, etc. Enjoy doing whatever you're doing and just allow your mind
to wander - don't focus your mind on any particular topic.
5. Observe Your Thoughts
Just observe what thoughts come into your mind without
judgment and without any conclusions about them. Let them flow in and
out of your mind as they will, one after the other - at their own pace.
Write down any thoughts that seem like they would be useful to consider
later - but don't analyze them yet. After you are done with the activity,
go back over your list and consider which thoughts or insights are worthwhile
to consider further, and note whether they feel like psychic insight
to you. (See for more
about how to distinguish psychic insights).
6. Validate Your Insights
Check each insight against logical information and reality,
if possible. This is especially helpful in the early stages of developing
psychic abilities. Otherwise, it may be almost impossible to tell how
accurate a particular insight is. This is why it's helpful to practice
with tests where you can find out the actual answer easily. To try the
psychic tests on this