We sense that there is something beyond our everyday, "normal" reality. I remember the saying posted outside the Methodist Church at Christmas time which said, "You too can hear the angels' song if you tune in to the right frequency." So, I wonder about listening for God's voice and attempting to discern God's will which requires me to be conscientiously conscious of God's mind. This conscientious consciousness requires me to set my own ego aside, my own fears, my own needs and pre-occupations, my own stresses and desires.
It is hard to tune in. People sometimes say that drugs help them to drop out and to tune in. Psychedelic meditation has its pitfalls and problems however and perhaps we are better off pursuing the natural high. Some people have said that chanting helps them do this or dancing like the whirling dervishes or some other sort of religious practice. Meditation also is one avenue or path to tuning in.
The first step in tuning in is to ask the Holy Spirit, the angels, the transcendent to help you. Jesus says in Matthew 7:8, "For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."