Use this test to gain some insight into your natural level of intuition and learn tips to enhance and better understand your innate abilities.

How Intuitive Are You? Everyone has intuition, but some are more in tune with it than others. This quiz is designed to help you discover how in tune you are with your intuition and provide guidance on how you can strengthen and/or better balance your intuition so that you can make the most of it in everyday situations. If you've ever taken an action and afterwards said to yourself "I knew I shouldn't have done that!" Chances are you aren't using your intuition to its fullest potential. If you know who is calling you when the phone rings the majority of the time - and the answer isn't given away by distinct ring tones ;), you are likely very "in tune" to the energy of others and highly intuitive. If you are too intuitive, it can mean that you take on too much. You may feel drained around others, or experience emotions that don't seem to be natural or proportionate to your circumstances. If you are not in tune to your intuition - you may be someone who "overthinks" things to the point it becomes crippling. In that case, you can learn to let go of a false need for control and open up more as well. So, wherever you fall on the spectrum - too high, too low, or well-balanced; there will be advice to help you make the most of your gift of inner knowing. Enjoy! And please share this quiz with others who might also benefit from it! Remember answer as honestly as you can - there are no right or wrong answers. Christin In a crisis or emergency situation you: Freeze and wait for a consensus or for someone else to take the initial action and then get involved. Second guess your decisions a lot and really wish for others to also help, but still initiate action. Tend to go on autopilot and just know what to do, you're nervous but determined. Jump in head first; you thrive when challenged and want to lead and/or protect others or be the one in charge of the situation. Control provides a sense of comfort.Do you prefer consistency? I love consistency - to do lists and organization are my best friends and I like knowing what to expect day to day for the most part. No, I bore easily and prefer to have a lot of change and flexibility and I can manage that well. While I prefer flexibility, without some consistency in my schedule I feel lost or scattered and don't do as well I am extremely bothered by change and I find it hard to tolerate deviations from my normal routine. It is very troubling and causes tension, anxiety or frustration.How often do you daydream? A lot, but I still manage to get all my daily tasks completed. Seldom/Never daydreaming is a waste of time and energy better used elsewhere. Sometimes - it helps me find my creativity or role play situations in advance. Constantly, to the point it interferes with my daily life many days.How are you with remembering details? I have decent memory skills - I tend to remember concepts or ideas more than specifics, and my memories are more emotionally based - I remember how something felt. I struggle to recall events fairly often and have even found that I have no recollection of certain events that my loved ones talk about and I find it perplexing. I tend to forget things because my mind is always racing. I walk into a room and forget why I am there, but my long-term memories are pretty vivid. I have an excellent photographic memory and can recall many events in crystal clarity. My memory is mostly visual.You are faced with making a sudden decision and you only have 20 minutes to make your choice. How do you handle this? I consider the options myself and then quickly follow my hunches or make a choice independently almost immediately. I prefer to just make a choice and go with it. I look for unbiased information or opinions by searching the internet and then make my own choice while looking at that information I will struggle with a decision long after I make it, wondering if I should have done something different or if there will be unintended consequences to my choice. I tend to agonize over my decisions. I phone a friend or family member or two to ask for their experience, opinion or advice and then weigh all those options first to see if they coincide with my own ideas/opinion.What are your feelings about dreams - choose the statement that most closely matches your opinion on dreaming. Dreams are a key to the subconscious and hold a lot of valuable information. I seek to remember dreams and learn from them. Dreams can sometimes predict future events and allow you to travel outside yourself to explore different realms of consciousness. Dreams are just noise and really have no meaning - they are the mind decluttering itself of extra stimuli. Dreams are a reflection of current events in your life and help you manage your emotions and process things sometimes they help you better understand your thoughts/feelings.How often do you participate in creative pursuits? (music, art, etc.) When I don't regularly take time to express myself creatively I feel tense, anxious and emotionally drained. I like to engage in creative hobbies fairly regularly. It leaves me feeling inspired and uplifted. I don't take time to explore my creativity - short on time, unsure of what I'd be good at, etc. I don't consider myself artistic or creative and prefer to pursue more intellectual or analytical hobbies.Do you ever experience a sense of watching yourself or others from a distance? As though you were watching something unfold on a movie screen instead of fully participating in it? Sometimes. This happens infrequently and I am not really sure what triggers it, but I am mindful when it happens. Yes, I do this frequently it's like having two perspectives at once and I have had experiences like deja vu or feeling like I am in two places at once. No. I consider myself to be fully present in reality at all times and don't feel a sense of disconnect at all beyond the periodic wandering mind if I am bored. Seldom. I rarely feel disconnected from a current situation. I am fully involved in what I am doing most of the time, but sometimes I do feel a bit removed.How much do you desire to please others? I always avoid conflict, even if it means sacrificing my own needs/wants to keep the peace. I am for the most part an independent person and while not selfish, I still do not often feel compelled to sacrifice any of my own needs/wants for others unless the circumstances are truly extraordinary. I am willing to listen and to work with others, but I form strong boundaries and will not compromise my ethics or sacrifice my needs for the sake of others. I do my best to avoid conflict, work for compromise, but keep strong boundaries as well - I won't allow myself to be violated emotionally just for the sake of pleasing someone I love.Do you have immediate gut feelings about people and do you listen? Never. I tend to trust everyone until they give me a reason not to. I'm very open to people. Sometimes. Once in awhile you can tell something is different before talking to a person. Most of the time I try to keep an open mind, but I prefer to be cautious when meeting people. Yes, always. I don't approach anyone without sizing them up first.NameEmail

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