I know there are many of you out there thinking, What is my Intuitive type? How would I know since I don’t even think I’m intuitive?” Well, let’s get rid of that myth right now! EVERYONE has intuitive abilities. We are born with them – Just like we’re all born with a brain.
Some of us may have more natural abilities and some of us exercise our abilities more so they get stronger, but we all have them. So I really would like to encourage those of you who think you don’t have them to start building your intuitive muscle!
Now, let’s see what type of intuitive you are. There are four main types and you probably are actually a combination of all of them, but there will most likely be 1 or 2 that stand out for you. These types are:
1) Visual or Clairvoyant
You are a visual intuitive is you can easily see pictures in your mind’s eye. When someone asks you to imagine something, it there in great detail for you.A more advanced visual intuitive might also be able to see auras around people, plants and animals. These are the people who say things like “I see what you mean.” or “That looks like a great idea.” Do you tend to need to see something in order to understand it or learn about it? If so, it is likely that you are a visual intuitive.
2) Auditory or Clairaudient
You are an auditory intuitive if you can easily hear things in your mind. You might easily remember conversations word-for-word or excel in music. You are the person who “hears” messages or words in your mind rather than seeing them. These are the people that say things like “I’m hearing you.” or “That sounds like a great idea.” It’s possible that if you are an auditory learner (someone who needs to hear an explanation of a lesson or new idea to understand it), you are likely an auditory intuitive.
3) Feeling or Clairsentient
These are the people who feel things in their bodies. They may get a stomach-ache when entering a room in which there’s been an argument. When making a decision, the wrong one might make them fell uptight, heart rate might go up and the right one might make them feel calm and centered. These are the people who use language like “I’ve got a felling about this.” or “I’m going with my gut on this one.”
4) Knowing or Claircognizant
These people fell as though the “just know” things. They can’t explain why – they are not necessarily “seeing”, “hearing” or “feeling” things… they just KNOW. There might even be a learning style that matches this type of person – they tend to just know the answers to things and can’t really explain how they came to the correct solution.
So have you come up with your type or combination of types? If so, you can work on improving them and the other types as well so that you can become a “well-rounded” intuitive! Check out my 4-week teleclass on this very topic here: SourceConnect: Access and Understand Your Inner GPS