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Trust Your Vibes: Secret Tools for Six-Sensory Living Paperback – March 15, 2005
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According to this effusive New Age guide, vibesintuitions, gut feelings, bodily twinges, meaningful coincidences, the sixth senseare the key to a spiritually fulfilled life. Drawing on anecdotes from her psychic consultancy, Choquette (Diary of a Psychic) contends that vibes are significant indicators of both peril and profit. They can signal upcoming crises and health problems, warn of the covert malevolence of others, lead to romantic and career opportunities, open channels to guardian angels and other deities and even help pick stocks. She offers a grab-bag of New Age therapeutics to help readers tune into their vibes, including diet and exercise tips, meditation and aromatherapy techniques, little art projects to sharpen intuition and a "green fire" ceremony in which old, stale vibes are purged. Choquettes theory involves a kind of spiritual electromagnetism (readers should "raise their vibration enough to tune in to higher frequencies of energy"), but really concerns the division between "five-sensory people," who can be egomaniacal control freaks, and "six-sensory people," who "go with the flow." Instead of leading cautious, regimented and rationalistic lives, readers should be adventurous, impulsive, "light" and "fluid," secure in the belief that their vibes emanate from a beneficent Universe. Choquette skates chattily over the New Age metaphysics and proffers a stream of pleasant anecdotes about prudently heeded vibes with convenient or life-changing consequences. Like-minded readers will find her own vibe warmly reassuring.
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Choquette, author of Diary of a Psychic (2003), gives readers a practical guide to using their sixth sense. Although she recounts some amazing stories about ways her clients have used intuition to meet their goals and avoid wrong moves, there is nothing here so outlandish as to cue the Twilight Zone theme--that is, as long as one keeps an open mind about spirit guides and cleansing rituals. For those looking for New Age guidance, Choquette ably promotes ways to listen to one's feelings, body, and instincts for clues and cues on the way to a more harmonious and successful life. She also offers suggestions for getting rid of negative impulses and finding solutions to a variety of problems. Written in a style that is direct yet friendly and integrating common sense with mysticism, the book makes a good primer for those who sense there's more to life than meets the eye. Ilene Cooper
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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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.
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.