I don’t consider myself to be a very intuitive person – not by a long shot. I have gotten a little bit better at perceiving it over the years though through studying Belsebuub’s work. Below is an example of the kind of simple experiences in day to day affairs where listening to intuition can come in handy:
My friend and I used to coordinate a series of events each weekend at a local community hall. Each weekend, I went to his apartment on Saturday or Sunday morning to help pack supplies before we drove down together.
One day, after we packed everything into the car, I took my seat and my friend got into the driver’s seat. At the moment he sat down, I had a feeling that we were forgetting keys. The feeling lasted maybe half-a-second and then it was gone as we began to drive. I quickly forgot the thought as we made our way to the event.
We pulled up to the hall and began to unload supplies from the trunk. My friend went to go unlock the hall and he realized he had left the keys at home!
When he said that, I felt a real punch in the stomach! How could I have ignored that feeling? Why didn’t I say anything? Although I failed to act upon the intuitive feeling I got, this was a fresh, new experience for me in learning what the sense of intuition feels like.