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Trust Your Vibes: Secret Tools for Six-Sensory Living Paperback – March 15, 2005
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In this fascinating and informative book, spiritual teacher and psychic Sonia Choquette reveals the secrets you need to awaken your intuitive voice and . . . trust your vibes. If you’re ready to step into a Divine, more energetically uplifting experience and live an easier, more satisfying way of life, you’ll learn how to do so within these pages. In this work, Sonia presents real-life stories of those who learned to tap into their intuition to drastically change and improve their lives; see what they do, how they think, the choices they make, and the attitudes and perspectives they own. In modeling yourself after sixth-sensory people, you too can activate your own intuitive channel. Your intuition supports your creativity, helps heal your emotional wounds, and calms your anxious and uncertain heart. It brings you peace of mind and shows you how to live in a higher, more harmonious way.
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Choquette's writing is very direct, cheery and entertaining, and her personal and client's examples are very illustrative.
The book will add to your life even if you aren't an intuitive person or have any psychic interest. It is just good advice for happy living. Many of the exercises and questions for thought she poses are terrific and a good tool to develop your self-knowledge.
Choquette uses principles of the law of attraction and positive thinking in her approach to life mixed with some Eastern Philosophy teachings, but her approach is heavily religious and Christian. If you aren't religious or Christian, you might not connect with some of the things she says. At times, Choquette opposes intellect and intuition, but I find that puzzling because one can be highly intellectual and very intuitive at the same time without opposition. I agree that both things can create conflict sometimes, but I don't think that you need to erase your intellect, especially if you have it, to be a good intuitive.
I have enjoyed the book a lot, so much so that I have bought another one by her. However, I do prefer Laura Day's books on intuitive development because she offers plenty of practical exercises and advice on how to develop you intuition, does not oppose intellect and intuition at all, and is not religiously biased.
Sonia is like a trusted friend (especially if you read her autobiography Diary of a Psychic). She has had decades of being a spiritual powerhouse, and she mentors you on how you can be the same. This is a great book. Loved reading it years ago and love rereading it now. This book is chicken soup for my soul. I especially liked her teachings on remaining calm in the midst of chaos. Being empathetic, I tend to take on what isn't mine. Being calm is what keeps me grounded and ensures my success as my vibes lead me where to go and what next to do and what to avoid.
Thank you, Ms. Choquette!
Love Sonia Choquette or Chiquita as a friend used to call her by mistake. As for the material, the cards themselves are very sturdy and hard and plastic like so they will last you a long time and the little booklet which comes with the cards is very helpful in explaining and clarifying each message in more detail. For example, the card might read "Cloak yourself in light" and the booklet will explain how to do it and why you may need to do it now. We've been using this deck for years now and the cards look as good as new.
Since we love this deck so much, the readings completely resonate with us and we get spot on messages from our Higher selves, our Superconscious mind or spiritual guides or guardian angels or Source or Consciousness or whatever you may want to call it or attribute it to. You don't need a deck of cards to give you that information of course, but it's nice to have a quick reminder sometimes in moments of spiritual laziness as we call it.
We even have so many stories to share of those moments when the same cards get pulled over and over and over again or the cards fly out of the deck when shuffling and we pull the same exact cards each, not once, not twice, this goes on and on!
Because there is a lot of negativity that has been surfacing on a large social scale, and it is scary and sad, the tone of this book feels especially important. Even though, being human, I think it can be hard to avoid the "fight or flight" instinct, living from a place of love is crucial, even when it is a process to learn how to do this.
To me this feels a bit like a navigation manual, and that is very helpful!!!
Trust Your Vibes is a collection of thought-provoking and inspiring essays about the intuition and how to tune in and get the most out of your gut instincts. She writes with a clear voice, every day language, clear and easy to understand.