Do you accidentally ask these 3 questions?
1. Can you be QUIET? Shushing Your Emotions 🤫
“UGH, I don’t want to feel angry, depressed or jealous.”
Have you ever felt this way 👆
But what if there is an intuitive hint behind that strong emotion?
And you’ve just hit the snooze button…
Intuitive hints come through 4 channels
2) Physical Sensations
3) Image or a Scene that plays in your mind
4) Random ideas that pop out of no where
“Can you be quiet?” is the first default question we accidentally ask our intuition by hitting the snooze button, instead of investigating.
That robs us of the intuitive insight that is trying to come through our consciousness.
2. How can I make you happy? The Happiness Detective 🔍
Do you find yourself asking: “How can I make my manager/husband/child happy?”
Here’s the catch: your intuition is all about YOU, not other people.
Because you have ZERO control over other people’s happiness. You can do everything right, and they can still choose to be unhappy.
Aiming your intuition at someone else’s happiness is giving away your personal power and will leave you feel disempowered. Every time.
Unless you giving a professional intuitive reading, asking about others will also create POLLUTION, which muddles the clarity of your intuitive insight.
When we ask questions about others, we unknowingly set our destination to a place where intuition can’t guide us.
3. The How and When Trap? The Logical Questions 🧠
How can I do this? When will it happen?
These questions are traps for your intuition. It cannot answer them.
Your Logical Mind excels at creating plans and lining up steps to achieve a goal.
It’s a linear process that has an expect result.
However, your intuition thrives IN THE MOMENT to reveal exponential results.
It can’t give you the next 28 steps.
Just the FIRST one that you can do right now.
The best questions to ask your intuition is WHY (the clarity question) and the WHAT (the opportunity question).
What can I do to be happier in my life right now?
Why am I so angry at my husband?
What can do to get a promotion at work?