Book Review: Intuitive Way

Intuitive Way by Penney Pierce

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Book Blurb:

When intuition is in full bloom, life takes on a magical, effortless quality; your world is suddenly full of synchronicities, creative insights, and abundant knowledge. Through an easy-to-understand ten-step course, The Intuitive Way shows you how to enter that state of perceptual aliveness and integrate it into daily life to achieve greater natural flow. Author Penney Peirce synthesizes teachings from psychology, East-West philosophy, religion, metaphysics, and business. In simple and direct language, Peirce describes the intuitive process as a new way of life and demonstrates practical applications from speeding up decision-making to expanding personal growth. Whether you’re just beginning to search for a richer, fuller life experience or are looking for more subtle, sophisticated insights about your spiritual path, The Intuitive Way will be your companion as you progress through the stages of intuition development toward grasping your soul’s purpose.

My Review:

Intuition and it’s development is one of my favorite topics. Why? I am an intuitive! Pierce has goes over developing your intuition. She explains that we all have an intuitive mind. All we have to do is work it! The book is setup in three parts

Part 1: Creating a Clear Lens
Part 2: Accessing Subtle Information
Part 3: Making Intuition Useful

In Creating a clear lens Pierce walks you through exercises to get rid of all that stankin ol’ rotten thinking!!! Fears, doubts and mindsets that are creating cobwebs get a nice spring cleaning.

In Accessing Subtle Information Pierce teaches how to listen to our bodies for subtle clues and nudges. These clues give us a way to access extra information that is always around but we don’t pay attention to it.

In Making Intuition Useful Pierce provides examples and scenarios for us to access intuition and use it in our everyday lives.

This book is a great introductory for people who want to develop their intuition, or have a desire to sharpen their skills. I believe beginners, and adepts alike can benefit from her book!


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