How does one access intuition in psychotherapy?

Somatic interventions in psychotherapy refer to techniques that focus on sensations in the body. These interventions help clients become more aware of their bodily sensations, emotions, and thoughts. Through somatic interventions, clients can learn to regulate their emotions and increase their resilience to stress.

These interventions also help clients access unconscious or implicit knowledge not readily available to conscious awareness. For example, the unconscious is connected to the body, which is connected to intuition.

Intuition is a complex psychological process involving sensory, emotional, and cognitive information integration. Somatic interventions in psychotherapy can increase intuition by enhancing clients' awareness of their bodily sensations and emotions. In addition, by becoming more attuned to their physical experiences, clients can better understand their emotional states and the underlying beliefs and attitudes that drive their behavior.