You should be listening harder than you are. You don't have to be psychic or magically intuitive to simply listen to what is being presented; to truly listen is rare gift in itself, and is easily confused with magical intuition. Healers, therapists, and magicians do well to employ such a simple method in order to generate a more complete understanding of their situation. Regardless of your relationship to healing profession, you, too, should be listening harder than you are.
Listening is more than being silent until it's time to talk.
Listening is greater still than hearing and understanding.
The true listener is interested, and inquires further. Active attention takes a piece of information and situates it in context, and uses it to better understand the matter at hand and correlates it to patterns of the world at large. The speaker feels that the listener is rapt, and there is a certain joy in such a central position which allows a greater openness from them. They open further, and a true listener holds space for their genuine authenticity.
By this method, you, o burgeoning listener, can sidestep the necessity of extrasensory perception in intuitive practice and arrive at a deep, comprehensive picture of where and when you are, simply by listening and paying attention. Listen hard, listen well, and people will think you are a psychic intuitive. Which is really just as good.