In this experiment, you are invited to exercise your intuitive skills and read the person in the photo below.
The purpose of this intuitive experiment is for you to improve your intuitive abilities when reading other people and gain some confidence. And of course, have some fun. If you’ve never done anything like this before – why not have a go? You might surprise yourself.
Here is the person I chose for this experiment:
For this experiment, I encourage you to start by tuning into the person’s character traits.
Start with his qualities, then if you want to, try to get objective facts about his life. A lot of people go for the objective facts without knowing who he is first. But the character is the best place to start.
If you get a feeling about him – try to get more details and expand on it.
Here are some other questions to ask yourself upon tuning in:
1. Do you trust him?
2. Does he remind you of anyone you know or anyone you’ve met in the past? – if so, which characteristics do the two people share?
Remember that everyone is multifaceted, so don’t be surprised if you receive seemingly contradictory information.
If you get an impression that you don’t understand, you will want to do further questioning around it by asking ‘What does this mean?’. Often, people will get an impression, not know what it means and leave it at that. But sometimes you have to ask follow-up questions about your initial impressions in order to clarify them.
Some tips for getting intuitive insights about other people:
• When you look at a photo, you often instantly form a judgment about someone’s character. Often this is unconscious and subtle. They happen very fast too – so fast that they happen before you have thoughts. They are basically the unconscious judgments and assumptions that we habitually put to one side. Make them conscious if you can.
• Remember to ask specific questions and wait for an impression or answer to come to you.
I will reveal who the man in the photo is in one week’s time.
Please leave a comment letting me know your impressions.
In the article that is coming up, I will post some feedback based on your collective findings. I am looking forward to reading what you get!
Want More of These Exercises?
You can find more intuitive experiments here.