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## Deepak Chopra's Leela

There are a maximum of 50 Deepak Chopra's Leela achievements worth 3,009 (1,000)

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# Intuition47 (15)

### Finished all levels of Intuition.

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## Achievement Guide for Intuition

Solution
Okay, so Intuition level 7 is hard. Nothing I can put into a solution will make this easy or be able to fully explain the patterns you will see, as they change from game to game.

For level 7, my recommendation is simple - when you get to a new section, think it through. Run through hazards all day until you understand the pattern, and ideally, until you plot a course that allows you to hit your color every time. For these stages, changing your current color with any degree of frequency is equivalent to hitting a hazard, so you need to figure out which color has the most controlled path and stick to one color.

The good thing is that all stages are repeating patterns - after a few sets of icons, the pattern will repeat. The key is being able to navigate an entire pattern flawlessly, put yourself in a position to restart the pattern effectively, and then do it all again until you fill up the light in the tunnel.

For instance, one stage I saw had five sets of icons that rotated by one offset in each new set, with a hazard every other spot, and colors that did not stay in the same location relationship to one another. For me, I was able to find a manageable path that was Green - from the start it was left 1, right 1, right 3, right 2, right 3, repeat.

If you're rotating more than 3 spaces to hit your color between hazards, or even 3 in the opposite of your prior direction, you will be in trouble. The Kinect is too laggy and the game too unforgiving. So make it easy on yourself. Solve each set of icons and then start evaluating/planning the next set. This is not something you'll easily brute force your way through.

Other patterns I saw required me to rotate at a certain speed while avoiding hazards that often were placed at the same interval. Again, learn the pattern. You may need to tilt at a 45 degree angle for 80% of the pattern, then straighten up (slow the rotation) to avoid running into a hazard area. Then resume the tilt. You really just have to figure it out and then get good at replicating it.

tl;dr - Patterns, patterns, patterns. And a little bit of luck.