Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Art of Intuition by Sophy Burnham Book Review

The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom by Sophy Burnham (hardcover)
Publisher: Tarcher Books February 3, 2011
Price: $24.95
ISBN: 9781585428496
288 pages

The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom by New York Times Best Selling author Sophy Burnham is truly one of a kind.

Not only does she give scientific data and tests that have been run to measure ESP and psychic abilities, but there are simple experiments one can do to enhance their own intuition from how to do automatic writing, cleaning an aura, using a pendulum, giving an ethic reading, and playing with energy balls.

She gives us a huge slice into the intuitive, psychic,and paranormal fields topped with practicality.

One of the most powerful statements I have ever read on the topic of intuition is found on page 232 of this book:

The Gift of Mistakes

In your early days of listening for the whispers, you may mistrust the messages, or else you let reason override a warning that's as weak as the shimmering of a leaf. Perhaps your intuition makes no sense. You bull past it, ignoring the signals, inattentive to such psychic signs , and thus by your mistakes you learn the signals, and that's another gift right there.
Some people beat themselves up for making a mistake, but I say no, give thanks for them. By your mistakes, you learn in what form your intuition comes to you.

Copyright © 2011 by Sophy Burnham

With covering topics of animal communication, telepathy, angels, creative inspiration, spirits, and those who have passed it's book you won't be able to put down just by this intriguing material.

She includes plenty of stories from her own intuition files, regular people, mystics, mediums, and psychics.

One in particular that got me was when she blurted out at a party that the guy was getting married. Sophy had no clue why she said only later to reveal he had gotten engaged and had yet to announce it.

There are a wide display of tips that can help one's intuitive senses like how classical music effects the brain waves vs what rock music does.

A wonderful read you'll seek again and again!

I was not paid to give this review. All thoughts expressed are my own.

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