Everything that exists in the universe vibrates – each element has energy and generates its own unique frequency, the earth itself vibrates and rotates around its own axis. Words and thoughts are energies, so is water, that is why words and music have the power to change water. Meanwhile, the water content in our bodies is 70 percent hence the need for us to become conscious of the quality of what we think and what we say because they have the power to change our frequencies. Every substance is vibration. We can relate this explanation to our elementary chemistry knowledge that every element can be sub- divided into the smallest particle known as atom which has an electron vibrating and oscillating around its nucleus. At the invisible level, all that exists is particles and waves. Each element or substance has its own unique number of electrons determining its vibration or frequency, therefore no element is solid, but at the invisible level everything is only a nucleus surrounded by an endlessly rotating or vibrating unseen wave. People can see the frequency at which I vibrate just as I can feel the vibration of others when they are moody or joyful depending on the frequency they emit. This teaches us that we can give a good vibration by putting up a smiling face; it is noteworthy that apart from an individual, a country or a location or an institution can give a good or bad vibration- this awareness is useful in that through observation of the vibrating frequency we can choose where to live, where to work, or whom to marry.


The main idea behind these new series of article is to educate us that water has lots of things to teach humanity on natural laws and spiritual consciousness, to reclaim our health, to create peace, to make the world beautiful and bring happiness to the planet. The importance of water is shown in the fact that humans and the earth are composed mostly of water and it responds to how we treat it. I am inspired by Masaru Emoto; his book on The Hidden Messages of Water actually transformed my consciousness. 
Water existed before the earth was created. Water of the oceans, for example, has memories of the creature that live in the ocean. To understand water is to understand nature and life itself. Our knowledge of the Book of Genesis is that in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. The Book of Psalm also stated that the earth is the Lord’s, and all its fullness, the world and those who dwell therein, for He has founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the waters. In the beginning of creation everything began without form in water until God formed all visible things by separating the earth from the waters.
The fact that water has the ability to copy and memorize information shows that humans have the ability to mirror the world and become sensitive to the frequency being emitted by the world. Humans are 70 percent water, that is why we are prone to good and bad influences or imitations, but we can transform our soul to beauty by exposing it to right information. Good music and positive words produce beautiful crystals in water as experimented by Emoto, hence  we can overcome bad emotions and influences by reading good books and listening to good music.



Power of Integrating

 I can deduce that people lose interest in intuition because their conscious minds can’t correctly interpret the melange of symbol, sound, and feeling delivered to them. Intuition is always right but its language is not always as clear as a yes or no. When my logic reasoning is stronger towards a particular outcome than my intuitive reasoning, I can investigate further with the power of integrating. Sometimes, our knowledge of a particular subject can limit our intuition in only a particular direction, blocking out other useful information. This is the essence of integrating our logic and intuitive observations.
 Intuition should add to good judgment, not replace it. I have come to learn that I should not rely on intuition alone to make decisions but simply to add information to what I already know and feel. It’s good to learn how intuitive information can be clearly separated from intellectual and emotional information. Instead of getting lost, intuitive data can be matched against what our senses tell us and what our thinking tells us and what our feelings tell us, giving us a powerful system of checks and balances. The point is to keep our intuition separate from our knowledge and feelings initially, so that it can later be integrated to greater effect.
 A friend of mine shared a personal experience with me about his wife whose sickness defied medical solution, but one day while sitting down and dosing off, he saw in a brief dream the ingredients he should prepare and apply on her body to heal her. The point is that empirical or intellectual information and intuitive information sometimes have to be integrated to improve our chance of survival.



Power of Reporting

 Our sources of intuitive information are external sensations (seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, tasting) and internal sensations (thoughts, feelings, moods, memories). Reporting everything we notice from these sources without one interfering with the other enhances creativity and intelligence. Reporting and drawing from our inner senses give us quickness of perception, an improved mental power such that we cannot be blank on any subject. We enhance our intuitive capacity by learning to take a deep breath, focusing on any one of the internal sensations and allowing it to lead us to another sensation and so on. We also need to allow every ‘noise’ or distraction to recede and report everything we feel without judging its worth, or relevance. Power of reporting entails gathering and noting intuitive information. Learning to report sensations, thoughts, and feelings as they are experienced makes us become articulate and brilliant, for example, a car beeping or nose that itches or any other impression we are receiving that does not make sense to the ordinary minds have to be reported. We don’t need to mentally struggle to receive information from the universe but simply allow whatever we are receiving in response to a question to be reported – therein lies the answer .



Power of Trusting

It is revealing that power of pretending leads to power of trusting in order to develop intuition. I can train myself to develop a mindset that doesn’t need to see evidence before believing, and a fixed mental attitude to overcome challenges. I can also develop the ability to comprehend issues and believe in a certain way. To trust is to have insight into hidden things, going beyond what can be explained ordinarily, and identifying the limitations of logic and rationality as the sole means of guidance. In my daily decisions I have the ability to consciously use my internal senses and power of trusting to obtain hidden information on any subject, and to dissolve doubts. Due to intellectual reasoning, not many investors can notice and trust the signs being sent to them as the billionaire, George Soros did to buy stocks-  the lesson here is that every miracle in all areas of life is a product of the power of trusting.According to Laura Day, “Intuition is knowing without knowing why you know.” The trick to tapping into the power of intuition is to first understand that it exists. Once we are convinced that we have it in us, we simply have the faith that it works, and sure enough, it will. Intuition makes us to “know” things beyond our field of direct experience and this gives us the wisdom to handle our finances, health, and relationships with wisdom.
Like many others, I previously had difficulty in trusting my intuition because I had preconceived ideas about how the world works and I had been quick to dismiss my intuitive insights with statements like; “That can’t be true. “It is mere coincidence.” Such statements have to be eliminated from our thinking in order to develop our power of trusting.


Power of Pretending

It is interesting that we have to cultivate a long-forgotten attitude of pretending and fantasizing we used to have in our childhood if we want to become intuitive. Remembering how to pretend is part of the intuitive learning process, to “make things up” in order to tell the truth by pretending to see it, to hear it, to smell it, or to feel it. We need to stop taking things too seriously and start laughing and fantasizing as we used to do as children. Growing up has made us to lose our power of pretending as we become more “realistic” and logical, when, with intellectual maturity, intuition is potentially most useful to us. But life is a miracle, if we don’t believe it pleasant surprises can hardly come our way. Many times, I have confessed, ‘I am being realistic’, not knowing that such words work against the power that are needed to become really intuitive.
We need to unlearn the habit of operating with the safety sense of logic and the attitude of dismissing impressions because “it doesn’t make sense.” After noticing something, we can pretend at first that the symbols are significant and allow the meaning to come because every symbol and intuitive information has meaning even if it doesn’t make sense to the logical mind at the moment.  
 When I was a child, I can remember it was easy for me to make things up. I acted like actors with passion, boldness and happiness. I derived pleasure in playing the make–believe game because I knew very little about the world around me, and it was easy for me to use pretend-play as a way to experiment with knowing. As a grown up today, I assume that I know so much such that it is difficult for me to act or play like a child. I have lost the fun, natural passion and boldness or ability to make things up because of the social pressures to be logical and sensible. I had submitted my life like a robot to be controlled from outside, the reason why I can no longer easily smile, or see the funny side of life; technology and pressure of life are affecting my natural abilities and senses- there are too much “noises” to contend with. Now, I have realized that I have the power to pretend that I can see, hear, taste, touch and smell things that my logical mind does not want me to perceive. Animals are intuitive because they are not bothered with experience of the world making sense to them to deprive them of valuable intuitive data; we can remember Paul the Octopus that successfully predicted all the 2010 World Cup matches.



Power of Noticing
In continuation of my post on how to develop intuition, let us consider the power of noticing next. The inner eye is one of the organs being used to notice the information sent to the inner senses. What we notice is symbolic; hence it is has to be recognized. The symbol is a messenger talking intuitively to us through the body based on what we see in our mind; by giving it the needed notice, the information it is trying to pass across comes to us.
The Power of Noticing makes us understand the importance of the body as an interface with the world, to become intuitive we need to get familiar with it, not just from our neck up but from our neck down. Usually the noise or distractions around us is so much that we may not notice the symbols talking to us. To enhance our ability to notice, we need to spend a few minutes each day to listen to the voice which may appear as body signals, gut–feeling, a hunch, an image, a sound, a memory, an instant knowing or goose bumps.
Sometimes something sparks my memory of a place I have already been, a person I have already seen, or an act I have already done. Now I can understand it is a signal to pay special attention to what is taking place; perhaps to receive a specific lesson in a certain area or complete what is not yet finished. It is good to note that I can execute my projects with less mistakes and excuses by taking great notice of every signal and signs, and noticing what I notice. Everything I notice has reason and meaning, there are no coincidences. Everything is a sign which can be interpreted. Every moment – past, present, and future – has a meaning. Every sign, every act, every deed, and everything I notice can be traced to the past and is being noticed in the present through the filter I am using in the moment. And everything I notice has an application and a meaning in the future.
Our subconscious mind tells us what to notice, it knows what is important to us. Our decisions are an amalgam of diverse, and often conflicting, facts, feelings, thoughts, and memories arising from what we have unconsciously noticed. Personally I have a lot to learn from the example of George Soros who used the Power of Noticing effectively. In his book Soros on Soros, the multi-millionaire mentioned how he had noticed certain signals. He said, “When I was running the Fund, I suffered from backache. I used the onset of acute pain as a signal that there was something wrong in my portfolio.” When others were using logic to analyze the market, he used the position of his backache to take positions and cut his losses in the market. I found it noteworthy that the power of noticing is helpful in improving my health, my relationships, my finances, and my personality.



We can learn how to rediscover and develop our natural intuitive abilities, to enhance our mental and emotional balance in order to enhance our professional life, to create more of what we want in our lives and to help those we know create more in theirs. Each of us needs to develop conscious control over the ability to get any hidden information in the past, in the present and in the future so as to make good decisions. To rediscover the lost power, we have to learn how to actively observe and record our impressions, interpreting them, and finally integrating them with our other mental processes.


The first step towards intuitive development is to open dialogue with the universe. The reason why we don’t have all the answers is because we don’t know how to ask all the questions. Intuition is not limited by space and time hence we know the answer to any question. We can know anything as long as we know the right questions to ask.

We dwell on challenges because we have not individually and collectively known how to open up the passage way to the resources of our mind and listen to the universe to create solution. We are doing things the same way and expect a different result. Usually all that is missing in our lives is a question – the right question that will open our mind to see the interconnectedness of things. To see the part of us that transcends race, nationality, religion, political system, and ideology. Recently, I heard the news that the burning of forests by farmers in Indonesia is affecting the weather and health of people in Singapore. The universe talks to us, but we must learn how to open our minds and listen to the right things we are being asked to do, otherwise our technological and natural resources may end up not being a blessing. We have to open our minds and search our conscience for answers to how we can harmonize our materialism and spirituality.

We need to open our minds to become intuitive. We were born intuitive but we lost the natural ability due to environmental influences. As our heart opens, so does our intuition. A closed hand cannot receive anything, so also a closed mind cannot receive information that is useful for the well–being of the person and the people around him or her. An open mind is not hard but listens to every message being relayed to it. The beginning of the intuitive journey is learning to be in a relaxed and receptive frame of mind. When our minds are opened, there is no more resistance but surrendering and giving, we begin to recognize the different signs begging us for attention to make us become conscious.  A leader anywhere in the world cannot see, or hear, or feel the pain of his followers, because his inner senses are not open.

It is the little questions that make up life. To open our inner senses up or the door to intuition, we begin to give intuitive answers to questions being asked by our minds that no one could think to ask us other than our own self. Each individual’s life boils down to the ultimate question: What is most important to me in life?

Next time other ideas will be discussed on how to develop intuition.