Every time the phone rings, picture who the caller is. Often, the correct answer is what is coming to mind the exact moment we hear the ring, but we don't always recall. If so, ask your body who it is, decide, and then answer the phone. In the beginning, it will probably not always be correct, but keep on training yourself.
As you become more and more multidimensional, awake, and have raised your consciousness and vibrations, pay attention to numbers. It is likely that you will start seeing numbers like 11:11, 2:22, 33, 444, 777 etc.
When this happens, communicate to the universe and acknowledge that you noticed. Say, or think, something to the affect: "Thank you! I paid attention and saw the number sequence. Is there something in particular you want me to look for?" Sometimes the universe communicates to us through number sequences to get our attention.
Therefore, remember to put out a thought like the above to see if you get an answer. Keep your awareness open for signs that will tell you what to do. Other times it's just you being able to pay attention - a sign that you are awake.
When you experience rough times, or something people normally see as something negative, take a step back and look at the situation. What is there to learn from it? Rest assured that there is always something to learn when you clash into something. Once you've found what it is and have handled it from the point of view that it's a learning lesson, you have already raised your frequency a bit.
Every time you do this, it increases your vibrations and you become more stable and knowledgeable. Again, in the beginning, it may sometimes be hard to find the learning lesson in negative events that seem to make no sense, but train yourself to find them, knowing they are always there. Whatever it was, it happened for a reason, even if it was only you who dropped a glass on the floor so it broke.
Instead of judging another person, put yourself in that person's shoes. This may be easy to do when it comes to someone who is usually a good person whom you like, but much harder if we have to deal with criminals who destroy their own and other people's lives. As we discussed before, compassion does not necessarily mean that you have to agree with the other being - it's just a matter of understanding why he or she did what he or she did.
Once we have the understanding, we can let it go from our own minds. Compassion may include helping another person when appropriate but sometimes requires no real action - just an understanding.
You can't change the criminals, but you can change your attitude toward them. This is very important, or we'll get stuck in negative emotions that pull us back, consciously or unconsciously. We can't expand our minds past a certain point, if we don't learn how to feel compassion. Therefore, every time you feel judgmental toward somebody, figure out what it is, that makes him or her act that way. Once you've figured it out, let it go.