The Art of Intuition
Cultivating your Inner WisdomBook - 2011
From the New York Times bestselling author of A Book of Angels, a wise and inspiring guide to strengthening one's intuitive abilities.
Are you intuitive? Do you trust your intuitions? In The Art of Intuition, Sophy Burnham contends that we all have hunches and sudden insights and that we need only awaken to our inborn abilities in order to develop our inner wisdom.
In this fascinating book, Burnham tells the stories of individuals who have "seen without seeing" to illustrate the workings of what she calls our "intuitive hearts." Exploring such topics as how loved ones are able to communicate with one another telepathically to skeptics who deny their power to see into the future, this book represents an important spiritual thinker's take on a subject that is vital to us all. According to Burnham, intuition is always right, and when you receive messages from Spirit-be it in the form of a subtle impression or a thunderous bolt from the blue-you must always, always follow the call.
Baker & Taylor
The best-selling author of A Book of Angels contends that it is possible to develop one's latent intuitive skills and that it is important to listen to spiritual messages, in a guide that addresses such topics as telepathic communication, the ability to see into the future and the views of skeptics.
Bestselling spiritual writer Burnham (A Book of Angels, 1995) offers a guide to harnessing one's intuition and benefiting from its wisdom. Using inspirational stories as well as step-by-step instruction, she coaches readers to develop powers they already have. The volume is arranged into several parts including the small still voice of God, the awakened mind, enchanted boundaries, and reading the air. Appendices supply information on meditation and lists of resources. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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From page 28, just below the middle of the page: "We are hooked into life by the mystery of love, as we ourselves are love, our very atoms formed of love, and why should it be otherwise when our very thoughts would merge in love?" This quote comes from out of nowhere and no explanation is offered for its meaning whatsoever.
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