Intuitive people are perpetually deep and mysterious. If you’re lucky enough to have a one-on-one conversation with one, you best be prepared.
This rare breed, has a reserved demeanor and quiet nature, but strong and vivid minds full of questions, ideas, and possibilities. They tend to be conservative with their words, and often times find small talk draining. This makes it a bit difficult for Senors, or less-intuitive people to satisfy the Intuitor’s communication needs, which is a key to forming and building interpersonal relationships.
Here are 30 basic, but thought provoking questions and conversation prompts that no Intuitive can resist!
1. What have you been pondering lately?
2. Tell me about your last existential crisis.
3. How do you “art”?
4. What is your biggest source of inspiration?
5. What do you think about God?
6. What about the concept of fate?
7. What exactly is love?
8. How did you determine your MBTI type?
9. Can you guess mine?
10. Who’s the greatest philosopher of all time?
11. What are you currently reading?
12. What album are you obsessed with?
13. Tell me the best joke you’ve ever heard.
14. What shows have you binge-watched?
15. Do you have any paranormal activity stories?
16. What is it about rainy days that you like so much?
17. What is it about death or mortality that you find so fascinating?
18. What makes you cry?
19. What type of humor do you like?
20. What was the last think you found ridiculously funny?
21. How do you think the world will end?
22. What piece of technology do you hope the next century brings?
23. What do you think would be different if for some reason cell phones weren’t invented?
24. What do you do with all of your thoughts?
25. How do you best organize your thoughts?
26. What trait do you most wish you had?
27. If you could change one aspect of humanity, what would it be?
28. Are there any cultures in the world that you’re particularly fascinated with?
29. What do you notice about a person upon first meeting them?
When you’ve exhausted every question and feel the conversation is dying, the single word that’ll save the day and can never be overused….