Intuition Test

Rate each of the following statements. Assign 4 to the phrase that BEST describes you, 3 to the phrase that would NEXT BEST describe you, and ending with a 1 to the phrase that LEAST describes you.

1. I am more likely to say:

  • important decisions show my point of view
  • important decisions are ones I tune into
  • important decisions are matters of feeling
  • important decisions are logical & thoughtful

2. The person most likely to influence me is someone:

  • who looks good
  • with a nicely modulated voice
  • who leaves me with a good feeling
  • who says sensible things

3. If I want to know how someone is:

  • I observe their appearance
  • I listen to their tone of voice
  • I check how they are feeling
  • I attend to what they are saying

4. It is easy for me to:

  • find rich colour combinations
  • modulate the volume and tuning on a stereo
  • choose superbly comfortable furniture
  • consider the most intellectually relevant points concerning an interesting subject

5. Which statement describes me most:

  • I picture bright colours when I look at the room
  • My ear is attuned to sounds of my surroundings
  • I feel very sensitive to the clothing that touches my body
  • I am very effective at making sense of new facts and data

6. If people want to know how I am:

  • they should look at what I am wearing
  • they should hear the intonations in my voice
  • they should know how I am feeling
  • they should listen to what I say

7. I am more likely to:

  • see the pictures you paint
  • tune into your harmonious messages
  • get in touch with your feelings
  • hear what facts you know

8. Which statement describes me most:

  • seeing something makes it believable
  • hearing how something is said makes it believable or not
  • feeling something makes it believable
  • hearing the facts about something makes it believable

9. Which statement describes me most:

  • I can picture the faces and visible details of my family
  • I hear the intonation and inflections in any of the voices among my family and can identify who it is immediately
  • I usually have a strong sense about the well-being of my family
  • I know the way my family thinks about most issues

10. I learn:

  • by seeing new possibilities
  • by hearing new things
  • by doing things
  • by concepts

Scoring:

Transpose the numbers you wrote for each statement to the boxes similar to below, in the same order across the boxes for each statement as they are written down. Then total each column.

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V. Visual people learn best by seeing things. They use sensory specific words like see, view, show, illuminate, reveal, the big picture, and envision when they describe things. These people are generally clairvoyant, and see visions, symbols. They are easily able to do meditations that are guided visual meditations. To relax, they need things that use their sense of sight, like candles, flowers, books, art and visualizations.

A. Auditory Tonal people learn best by hearing instructions, hearing songs and listening to what they are learning. They use sensory specific words like hear, listen, silence, all ears, resonate and sound when they describe things. These people are generally clairaudient and hear messages from things they listen to, like music or the TV or hear guides. They are able to meditate by listening to meditation CD’s or by listening to music. To relax, they need things that use their sense of sound, like music, guided meditations, running water, bells or anything that is gentle to the ears.

K. Kinesthetic people, Clairsentient, Empaths learn best by how they feel about things. They use sensory specific words like feel, feelings, touch, grasp, tap into, make contact and hard or soft when they describe things. These people are generally clairsentient and feel empathy, know how people are feeling or reacting, may see things that represent a symbol to them of a feeling versus an actual picture of an event. They are able to meditate by paying attention to their own feelings, breathing, and being in touch with the way the meditation makes them feel. To relax, they need things that use their sense of feeling, like baths, walks, massages, relaxation and or guided meditations that they can focus on how they experience the meditation, versus seeing it.

A. Auditory Digital people learn best by knowing things. They use sensory specific words like think, understand, communicate, learn, perceive, motivate and know when describing things. These people are generally clairaudient, but seem to know the outcomes, versus having to hear them. They are able to meditate by knowing how to meditate, they have a thirst to know everything when they get interested in something, so they plunge themselves into it and know everything about it. To relax, they need things that use their sense of knowing like reading, taking courses to learn about yourself or interests and journaling. Often these people can tune into their own higher selves and should take the time to develop this skill.