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101 Ways to Jump Start Your Intuition Paperback – July 1, 2005
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Psychic medium John Holland, author of Born Knowing and Psychic Navigator, has created a 213-page book dedicated to encouraging individuals to access, cultivate, and ultimately trust their inner sense of knowing. Whether delivered through bodily sensations, emotions, inner-imagining (clairvoyance) or other "antennae", Holland affirms that every person has an inborn guidance system known as intuition. However, noticing, developing, and acting upon Guidance can be another story altogether!
As a result, Holland has written a gift-book size introduction to the world of intuitive navigation called 101 Ways to Jump-Start Your Intuition. Each mini-lesson comes with its own affirmation or inspirational statement to complement and strengthen the 101 lessons. Some of these quick and easy lessons include:
Strengthening Your Aura: As I strengthen my aura, only positive energy can enter my space, and only positive energy can go out.
"When your aura is strong and healthy, it acts as a protective shield to help you stay emotionally and mentally strong and physically healthy, and also enhances your intuitive abilities. To strengthen your aura, maintain a balanced and healthy diet; try to get outdoors more often; breathe in clean, fresh air; exercise regularly; and go for a massage or bodywork. Take time to rest, relax, and meditate regularly.Read more ›
John has a wonderful gift where he cares about helping humanity realize that we ALL have this same ability, as opposed to only a select few.
If you have been looking for a book to help you open up your intuition, this is one book that will help you to do that.
Above anything, trust your first gut felings. If you have been having difficulty doing that, this book will help you through the process.
Barbara Rose, author of Stop Being the String Along: A Relationship Guide to Being THE ONE, and If God Was Like Man
Editor, inspire! magazine
Dr. Paul Coleman, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Intimacy"
PHENOMENA....ONLY NATURAL PHENOMENA WE DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
This small, elegant, easily understood and read little book, can open doors to those things considered part of Humankind's "sixth sense"...or intuitive feelings. (You know -- when you "just have a feeling" you should or should not do something, should go, or not go somewhere...or "sense" that a person or place is good, or evil...etc.) Just about every child has this "sixth sense" in greater or lesser degree -- and, sadly, in greater or lesser degree, adults, (or rather, MOST adults), lose this "sixth sense" as they mature.
Losing this natural ability has little or nothing to do with just growing older, however. It is, in a way, a self-preservation measure against the evils one usually meets in the world. For instance, if, when you go to work every day, you always pass a homeless person, you will at first feel great sorrow, and want to help him or her. But then you realize that there are SO many homeless -- indiviudals and families, both -- in the world, that just helping this one person won't really change things that much. And besides, with inflation and your limited salary, you are also constantly wondering, within your frightened subconscious, whether you -- with or without your own family -- might, indeed, somehow wind up like the this proud but pitiful person you must pass every day as you go to your job.
Gradually, you block the feelings, (of sadness, of guilt, and of fear), that you first had when you first saw this person. You do this to stop yourself from additional anguish every time you see her pr him. You NEED the energy the anguish, pain and guilt would otherwise take away.Read more ›
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Wonderful read! Well written, enlightening, easy to understand! Most interesting!Published 13 months ago by Karen
So much time & energy goes into living depending on who you are, & what you have come to learn & know. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Catherine J. Pondozzi