I'm basically telepathic because of my implant. (clairaudient). I'm also a high sensory person (clairsentient). I can be clairvisual as well, and I can see people's auras without it registering on my physical mind somehow.
When I first started channeling I heard voices. After a while I started getting downloads of fast information that I would try to type up as quick as I could considering my fading memory.
Then now I get knowings where I "just know" things they're telling me.
I also see images.
Your intuition develops over time.
You've grown up in a world where you learned to trust others over yourself. ETs teach their kids to trust themselves first. We have it backwards.
One thing to stop doing is going to outside sources for your information, even me if you need to, because outside sources don't know who you are. Only you do. Stop watching the news, stop looking at posts that say, "Scientists say...." because this is all part of the program being run on you to stop trusting yourself.
This is a pretty good summary of what I've been talking about this morning: your initial intuitive reading of someone new. And I think it can be used for people you're familiar with too.
She says you have to be neutral. If you're in a judgmental mood, or in a bad mood, well you know how that colours your perception of others. To have it work you have to be at neutral, or a good mood works too.
For me I get the negative energy off the person and my mood changes to reflect it. I think of it as me being the artboard (canvas) that that person is painting on. Then I have to transmute.
She came up with another point: to ask specific questions to get your intuition to answer. Your intuition, of course, is your higher self speaking to you in nonverbal communication.
Ivo says to learn something you have to look back to see what you're already accomplished. Because a lot of us, when we learn something new, already have done it without realizing. You know what it's like when you walk into a room and you can cut the mood with a knife, it's so thick. We've all done it. Just not consciously.
I think another thing that is confusing is it's instantaneous. It happens fast, maybe faster than you can catch on to easily. The other thing is you may have voices in your head from old messages, telling you to be nice to everyone.
Hope this helps. http://natashache.com/read-peoples-energy/
Examine your reactions to people. The way you react to people - your "first impression" of them, I believe is your intuition.
I often tell myself that I shouldn't be so mean, stop reacting to people so negatively. Then they do something to convince me I wasn't being mean - I was being real, sensing them out. That I was right.
I will take to some people instantly as well. It just depends on their energy. I have to work on the part of me that tells me that not taking an instant liking to everybody is mean. It's actually prudent and useful.
I remember one day I went to the salon and was talking to the lady there. Lovely person, worked well with the customers, someone you'd want to meet again. Then I went to the grocery store and had to go to the customer service. Two women there, one a young trainee and the woman training her. The latter was really negative. I knew as soon as I walked away the knife would be in my back.
I hold that day up as an example to myself that my intuition is right. I got positive vibes off the one woman and negative off the other but the service by both was fine.
Another instalment of how your intution works
Went into the store, picked up an item that had no price. I figured I'd buy it as long as the price was okay.
I walked up and as I was waiting to cash, I was looking at some thing and the price of $4.99 jumped out at me.
I said I'd pay $4.99. So I asked the cashier to scan it first and let me know how much it cost: $4.99. So I bought it.