Why strengthen your intuition? To give yourself more options and increase the number of ways you can get answers.
This is a fun technique to practice. I have been doing this for years, and it works for me.
First: think of a little something that’s bothering you. Something you may not be able to put your finger on it, or a question that you can’t quite resolve, or even a feeling you have about something, but need a little guidance about what to do.
Second: Tell yourself that you’re going to find the help you need in a book – any book. It could be a book you have in your house, or find in a library or at a book store. It could even be a book you’re drawn to at a yard sale. Some people do this technique with books that already have meaning for them.
Third: Let your curiosity off the leash and follow where it leads you. Read the titles of books. See if any of them resonate. Pick up different ones. Do any of them feel different in your hands? Are you drawn to one book more than another?
Fourth: When you find a book that just speaks to you, hold it in your hand, and ask for help with what’s going on with you. As you hold it in one hand (binder against your hand) see if you can feel a place where you want to open the book to.
Fifth: When you open the book, you can let your eyes be drawn to a certain part on one of the pages, or you can simply begin reading first one page and then the other.
Did you get the help you needed? If not, keep trying because practice is the only way that you can strengthen your intuition.
This technique also works with magazines, movies, and TV shows.