March 26, 2013

Intuition for Beginners by Diane Brandon

Intuition for Beginners by Diane Brandon is aims at making intuition something less mythical, and something more accessible to everyone. If you think you don’t have any intuition at all, you may be surprised that you have more than you thought. After all, coincidences aren’t actually coincidences, are they?

Book Description
Whether your intuition is naturally accessible or hidden, Intuition for Beginners shows how to enhance your sense of inner knowing to improve your relationships, solve problems, and make important decisions. Explore the different kinds of “sixth sense” with professional intuitive Diane Brandon as she shares how to discover your own intuition and make it stronger.

Believe it or not, nearly everyone is intuitive! You can learn to use your intuition as a tool of empowerment at home, at work, or wherever you face uncertainty or challenges. With dozens of exercises, guided meditations, and helpful dos and don’ts, Intuition for Beginners will have you listening to your inner voice in no time.” – Intuition for Beginners

My Thoughts
Intuition for Beginners is a somewhat basic book that explores intuition. The author explores the basis of it, and debunks some of the things that skeptics have to say against it.

I like that the book is varied on how intuition can be used in your life. You can use it for something simple like picking up the phone to call someone (or knowing who it is that is calling you, without using caller ID), or something more complex like in a relationship or making big decisions in your life.

If you have intuition, if you think you might, or if you think you have none at all, this is a book that can help you to start sensing some aspects of intuition better than before you read it. Of course there are no guarantees, but you will definitely not be any better at it if you don’t try!

* Thank you to the publisher of Intuition for Beginners, Llewellyn, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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