Intuition fascinates me. The ability to see or know something before it happens, or without knowing why you know something, is not only amusing to me, it also holds practical value. How is intuition practical, you may ask? For example, if you lose your car or house keys, your intuition can help you find them. Or, if you are driving and get lost, you can tap into your intuition to get back on track to your destination. I recently experienced a fun and meaningful intuitive experience that I would like to share with you. Perhaps this story will inspire you to explore your intuition more deeply.
This month, in a continued commitment to strengthen my sixth sense, I signed up for an online psychic detective class taught by a world-class psychic, Pam Coronado. Pam is a very humble and adept psychic. She is most well-known for her TV series, Sensing Murder, where she is hired to help detectives gain new insight on unresolved homicide cases. Pam’s classes help students hone in on their own reading abilities.
Last week Pam asked the question, “I just bought a new vehicle. What is my new vehicle? It will be in my driveway tomorrow.”
I read the assignment before going to bed and decided to try an intuitive technique called, dream incubation, to see if I could receive the answer. Dream incubation is simply the process of asking a question to yourself and asking your dreams to reveal the answer to you. I asked, “What is Pam’s vehicle?”
When I awoke, all I remembered of my dream was a group of bees flying everywhere and an aggressive bee biting my hand. The bee, in the dream, was stuck to my hand and drained itself of all its color until it was only black. I also remembered two words as I awoke — infinity and Aladdin. I felt very disappointed as I headed to class. I wondered what does this have to do with Pam’s new vehicle?
I posted my answer on the class forum and was surprised to receive a response that Pam’s current vehicle is a Black Infiniti! I wasn’t even aware that there is a car called an Infiniti. Notice, I asked, “What is the color of Pam’s vehicle?” I didn’t specify Pam’s new vehicle. Asking your dreams for answers requires precise questioning. It’s like typing in a web address. If you are one letter off, you will not arrive at your desired web site.
Interestingly, the same night of my Black Infiniti dream, in real time Jeanette, my bee partner, was tending our hives and was stung by some of the bees. We have had our bees for almost a year and have experienced the bees as gentle and calm every time we’ve entered the hives. It turned out that on that evening the bees had been more aggressive than they had ever been before, just as I saw in my dream. Ironically, I had been wondering for days, until Jeannette and I saw each other in person, how her time with the bees had been. Little did I know my dream had already shown me.
Have a question about something in your life? Looking for direction on a tough decision? The answers you are looking for may be alive in your dreams…pay attention. Practice this dream incubation this week and see what you learn!