What if I were to tell you that you can find your intuition in a box of crayons? Most people wouldn’t believe me. However, discovering your intuition in a box of crayons is a fun and simple way of getting to know your intuitive language. It gives you the opportunity to have immediate and tangible results on how accurately you listen to your intuition.
The way intuition uses a unique language of imagery, words, smells, senses, dreams, memories, knowing and gut feelings. Intuition guides us by showing us synchronicities, signs and affirmations and by using repetitive thoughts and feelings.
The first step to building your intuitive abilities is to learn which unique form your intuitive language uses to speak to you.
This is where the box of crayons comes in handy! The box of crayons will play a part in an intuitive guessing game. This experiment will lead you to listen to and become more familiar with your intuitive language. Through this familiarity you will learn to discern your intuitive voice from a multitude of other distracting voices that run through your head.
Experiment 1: Learning Your Form of Intuitive Language
Take a box of crayons and spread them out over a table top. Shuffle them about to mix the colors around. Close your eyes and pick up a crayon.
As you hold the crayon in your hand, slowly inhale and exhale three times. I want you to be fully aware of any thoughts you are having during this time. When you are ready guess the color of the crayon.
Please don’t be concerned about the results of this experiment, whether you were right or wrong. Instead I want you to be able to acknowledge the language in which your intuition spoke to you. Remember intuition uses imagery, words, smells, senses, dreams, memories, knowings and gut feelings to convey its message to you.
Did you hear a description?
Did you see a picture or an object?
Did you smell anything?
Did you recall a memory?
Did you have a gut feeling?
Did you have a knowing?
It is possible that your intuition did all of these forms of language or a combination of these forms to speak to you. Continue with this experiment until you have a better understanding of the way in which your intuition speaks. Remember the point isn’t to guess the color of the crayon correctly. It is to learn your intuitive language.