5 Ways To Achieve The 3 Levels Of Intuition For 6-Sensory Living

Are you still stuck living with just the five senses? Well, the truth is that you have six…

It’s something we all have, but unfortunately only a handful of people really know how to use it to their full advantage.

This 6th sense is your intuition.

It’s a pity because everyday people struggle to make the right decisions, find their life’s purpose, and stress out from worrying about their outcomes. But if you manage to achieve a high sense of intuition, then life will become a blessing and a joy.

A lot of the ideas from this post came from Sonia Choquette (spiritual teacher, six-sensory consultant, and transformational visionary guide), and if you’re interested in really tapping into your intuition, you can check out this free interview that Vishen did with Sonia.

She’s been teaching people to unleash their intuition for over 35 years, and has even written 14 books on the subject. They’ve even been translated in 17 languages! She has a PhD in Metaphysics and has even been featured on CNN, NBC, ABC, and other media.

On top of training 50,000 students, she has also been a personal Intuitive advisor to Louise Hay, Julia Cameron, Dr. Wayne Dyer, and even Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins.

To learn more about your intuition, you can listen to Sonia’s interview here >>

There are 3 levels of intuition, as outlined by psychic and intuition teacher, Sonia Choquette, and when you hit all three, you will have success in every part of your life.

Level 1: Your Physical Security.

Level 2: Relational Intimacy (dealing with friends, family and people).

Level 3: Personal Interest and Success.

But before you can achieve the 3 levels, you need to sharpen your intuition, so check out these 5 techniques for six-sensory living.

1. Find Solitude

The world we live in now is jam packed with information, disinformation, other people’s opinions, media campaigns, etc. So it’s pretty hard to differentiate between your inner voice and the voice of the external world.

Spend 30 minutes each day being alone.

Whether you’re meditating or journaling, these 30 minutes will allow you to get in touch with you really are and not what the world wants you to be. Take this time to let your thoughts flow and really listen to yourself. Ask yourself questions. You’ll be surprised what answers come out of you.

Most people go through years or even decades without really speaking to their heart and subconscious. What happens is you wake up one day and think, “I have no idea who I am.”

If you want to sharpen your intuition, you need to know yourself.

You need to acknowledge your inner voice and become familiar with how it speaks to you and what its personality is. Just like you spend time getting to know someone else, you also need to spend time to get to know yourself.

Once you have a good idea of who you are, your intuition will become louder and louder, until it overpowers all the other voices in the world. And when you find yourself facing an obstacle, you’ll find that the solutions come quicker because your conscious mind is used to listening to your intuition.

2. Put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

Another part of intuition is your ability to feel what someone else is thinking or going through. This has probably happened to you already without you realizing it. For example, when you’re with a friend and you can pick up that they feel happy or sad. Even if you’re in a large group of people you don’t know you can intuitively sense if someone feels out of place or stressed.

This energy you’re picking up comes from your intuition. To build your intuition on the relationship front, you need to let go of judgment and put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

Try to see things from another person’s perspective.

By doing this, you’ll connect yourself with humanity and be able to read people on a deeper level. This is incredibly important as everything we do involves other people.

Once your intuition gains strength, finding a soul mate, a business partner, or picking a group of friends will end in more positive outcomes. This form of intuition is also handy for seeing if someone is lying to you, or even lying to themselves.

3. Acknowledge your vibes.

Everyone has vibes, but few acknowledge them.

The next time you feel ‘something‘, acknowledge this feeling, focus on it, and ask yourself what could this feeling possibly mean.

This vibe you’re getting might urge you to do something, warn you of something, or try to tip you off about what’s coming. This happens a lot when you meet people. You might be left with a positive or negative vibe, and this is your intuition telling you something. And it’s up to you to acknowledge this vibe and analyze it.

The more you do this the more you’ll recognize your intuition when it surfaces.

A great story of this came from a Silva Method student who, right before going to Thailand for a vacation, used her intuition to sense what the trip would be like. All she felt was a big fat NO. She told her friends immediately how she felt, and fortunately for them they chose to go with her intuition. Their trip was scheduled exactly when the 2006 tsunami hit South East Asia.

So pay attention. Your vibes could save your life.

4. Play the “I Wonder” Game.

Here’s a good way to get your intuition to come out and play with you. Sonia recommends this game, and it’s tons of fun. You can play this with your friends and family.

Basically, you just say to yourself, “I wonder…“, and finish that sentences with whatever pops up. Just let your mind wander in wonderment.

“I wonder what color the next car that drives by will be.”

“I wonder who’s going to call me next.”

“I wonder what will be on special at the store today.”

As Sonia says, “wondering is the front door to intuition”, and this game allows your mind to go beyond logical thinking and dig into intuition. Sonia has more to say about intuition games and exercises, and you can learn about them here.

5. Let your intuition make money for you

When we think about wealth, business, or work, intuition doesn’t seem to fit in at all. But that just isn’t true.  Some of the most successful people in the world rely on their intuition to bring in the big bucks.

Oprah Winfrey, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates have all publicly cited intuition as a reason for success.

Most people wander through life without a clear path of where they want to be, and how to get there. Instead, we  just guess and test. Or rather, trial and error. These errors can be costly and painful. So the next time you work with money, give your intuition a check.

Your intuition lets you know when you think a deal will go sour, if a business partner is cheating you out of your money, or where it feels your strengths lie.

A few years ago, Vishen was in New York trying to make his business boom. But things weren’t going that well. Then suddenly his intuition kicked in and told him to get out of New York. So he did. And it was only after he left New York that MindValley and FinerMinds exploded!

Here’s a cool video where Sonia walks you through intuition, what is it and how you get it…

There are tons of intuition resources out there, but Sonia Choquette is an all time favorite. 

The interview she did with Vishen is absolutely brilliant and informative, so if you want to know how to really bring out your intuition and achieve all 3 levels of intuition, then give it a listen :-)

P.S. The FinerMinds team just listened to it, and we’re all pretty shocked at how much intuition can affect someone’s life. Plus the stories she tells are crazy.

So, find a comfortable space, relax, and click here to enjoy the interview.

P.S. Are you harnessing the power of your intuition?

When used correctly, intuition can be your most powerful asset. If you want to learn how to tune into your intuition, check out Sonia Choquette’s transformational course Awaken Your Intuition.

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20 Comments

  • Avatar Leila says:

    Thanks for the article and interview. The more we can identify when our intuition is working and what it's telling us the better.

  • Avatar Gabe says:

    great stuff. i especially like #1, 3, and 5 and will try them out. i already spend some time alone but i've never asked myself any questions or "listened to myself". and thanks for the interview. i never knew intuition could be used for so much.

  • Avatar Gabe says:

    great stuff. i especially like #1, 3, and 5 and will try them out. i already spend some time alone but i've never asked myself any questions or “listened to myself”. and thanks for the interview. i never knew intuition could be used for so much.

  • Avatar diana says:

    I love this post, it really gave me some insights on how to develop my intuition skills!

  • Avatar Joanna says:

    thanks for this insightful article and the techniques – loved it.

  • Avatar Xinch says:

    I think intuition is much too often underrated and uncredited — great post highlighting our 6th sense and how we can develop it further! :)

  • Avatar Olav says:

    Great stuff. Unfortunately the first video is poluted with too much background noise which makes it difficult for seniors to listen and understand all words. :-)

    This is the best stuff I ever got about learning to listen to ones intuition. Super.

  • Avatar Olav says:

    Great stuff. Unfortunately the first video is poluted with too much background noise which makes it difficult for seniors to listen and understand all words. :-)
    This is the best stuff I ever got about learning to listen to ones intuition. Super.

  • Avatar Coletta says:

    This is a great article, it made me realize that I use intuition in my day to day life more than I thought.

    One thing Im not sure if it is intuition, but I have an keen sense of direction, I always just know where to go. Even if Ive never been there before. I always know where north is too. Is this intuition or just a good internal compass?

  • Avatar Coletta says:

    This is a great article, it made me realize that I use intuition in my day to day life more than I thought.

    One thing Im not sure if it is intuition, but I have an keen sense of direction, I always just know where to go. Even if Ive never been there before. I always know where north is too. Is this intuition or just a good internal compass?

  • Avatar periklis says:

    I find this article to be of the up most importance! Because it basically tells us about a valuable module of our navigation system in life!! Otherwise one ends up losing energy and time with too many trial and error attempts!! I am putting it in action from this very minute…many thanks finerminds!!

  • Avatar Elsa says:

    Since I was a child I had this intuition, that I wanted to write a book. Well, that was many, many years ago, but a month after the death of my mother in 2007. I had this intuition again to write a book, and I did write a book with 260 pages. The book is called: The Looking Glass What Do You See? It is on Amazon, and it is dedicated to my beloved mother. So for me intuition played a very important part in me achieving my goal to write a book.

  • Avatar Nick says:

    I love the information you guys make available and I am also very grateful. It is always insightful, useful and relevant… and this piece is no exception. Thank you so much for making it available to us. You guys are doing some awesome work!! Blessings, Nick

  • Avatar Elle says:

    Every time I have listened to my intuition things have turned out well. I never go against it. It truly guides my life in the right direction.

    Peace

    Elle

  • Avatar Elle says:

    Every time I have listened to my intuition things have turned out well. I never go against it. It truly guides my life in the right direction.

    Peace
    Elle

  • Avatar Jared2009 says:

    Also, if you have a chance, hang around mute autistic people and you´ll learn a lot ! ! ! ! ! You´ll learn so wonderful surprising things with them if you have Compassion and an Open Heart!

  • Avatar Jared2009 says:

    Also, if you have a chance, hang around mute autistic people and you

  • Avatar Edwin says:

    I find all your articles really informative. Thanks and keep thanks good work.

  • Avatar alfred says:

    Hi, i am a believer of intuition. I have had this sence i was 5.At first i never told anybody about it.I used it to give good advice to some of my friends. I still have this gift and more,but most of it i dont know what to do with it or how to use it.Now Iknow where to start I am glad I found this email.Most of the 5 steps of intuition I already done with out knowing what I was doing. Thanks to you guys i have learned how to use it for or to help myself. thank you Sonia.

  • Avatar Jason says:

    Thank you for the post. It was helpful, and I watched more of Sonya's videos online. She gave me great ideas for my children.

  • Avatar Naveen says:

    I always wanted to explore & listen to my INTUTION.

    Thanx Sonia for giving us such a great information & ways to to do it.

  • Avatar Naveen says:

    I always wanted to explore & listen to my INTUTION.
    Thanx Sonia for giving us such a great information & ways to to do it.

  • Avatar stephanie says:

    Hi
    intuition has become an increasingly source of fascination and wonder for me. For me, it can easily be a shaky ground for that I know doubt too well. Any advices/thoughts on ridding doubt of its entirety or close?
    Besides, I wonder if Sonia's videos are captioned.

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  • Avatar donna says:

    Intuition should be taught in grade school. We are dumbed out of it when we are very young.

  • Avatar sheena says:

    Sorry! Don't have audio device to listen to video :(

  • Avatar denise says:

    I wonder if I should keep learning ? (smile).

  • Avatar Phil says:

    I wonder if I could create a relationship with someone as awesomely beautiful and attractive as Sonia Choquette?

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