Your mind power can be broken down into different facets, and each of these separate talents can be exercised and improved upon. Intuition is one of the many powers lying in wait within your mind. You know what intuition is if you have ever had a gut feeling. Defined as the ability to acquire knowledge without the influence of using reason, intuition is a talent most of us have experienced, but often cannot summon upon will.
To get to the point where intuition is more available to you, you have to learn how to use it, and then build that strength through exercises, as you would for any other psychic ability.
Intuition can come to you in different forms, but we usually describe it as a gut feeling. Sometimes a friend or coworker might say something that triggers a thought in you. This is another example of intuition. While the messages may not be as clear as you would like, your mind power is usually able to figure out some sort of meaning, even from a miniscule bit of information.
One of the keys to building your intuitive talents is to act on these little blips of information. If for no apparent reason, you feel a small urge to slow your car down, do it. Maybe down the road you will see someone pulled over, presumably for speeding.
To use your intuition as a tool for guidance, try asking yourself the question you want answered. Having the question bouncing around in your head is likely to generate a response. You will not likely get an answer immediately, but maybe sometime during the day you might feel an answer coming to you. You will want immediate results, as that is human nature. The hard part will be trusting your instincts and intuition.
Some other things you can do to enhance your intuition, as well as your mind power on the whole, are to meditate regularly. You have likely heard how important meditation can be to both calming and soothing yourself and building up your psychic prowess. This idea might sound silly, but try practicing conversations in your head. This method can be a surprisingly direct way to understand your inner self.
Expressing your thoughts creatively, through visual arts or writing, for example, is another way to see your inner thoughts. Try stimulating your brain with memory tests. Whether you memorize a series of numbers, colors, or something else, exercising your brain in such a manner opens it up to allow for a stronger version of your mind power.