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"Psychic Intuition is a real find. Whether you believe in psychic phenomena or not really doesn't matter. ...
"Psychic Intuition is a real find. Whether you believe in psychic phenomena or not really doesn't matter. Nancy du Tertre clearly makes it obvious that the phenomena and the ability to function with intuitive skills are rampant throughout our culture."
--The Amazing Kreskin
"This is a breakthrough book--and timely so, because the cutting-edges of quantum physics and advancing brain wave research are finding themselves increasingly entangled with serious implications that paranormal stuff probably does exist and is probably innately and normally interactive with the fundamental essences of all life forms. Psychic Intuition is well-researched, the information well-organized, and the text is extremely readable, while some of the situations she describes might inspire a chuckle or two."
--Ingo Swann, creator of the CIA remote viewing/psychic spy program
"In my dual roles as economist/businessman and student of indigenous practices, I've found that hard-nosed corporate executives often practice something akin to shamanism. They don't refer to their abilities as "psychic," but rather describe themselves as being "good judges of human nature," having "a feel for the market," or "flying without radar" -- as though psychic skills are forbidden genies that must be hidden in the proverbial closet. Psychic Intuition opens the door to that closet. Nancy du Tertre backs up her ideas with well-researched answers to age-old questions and inspires us all to go deeper into this amazing subject."
--John Perkins, New York Times best-selling author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman
"Psychic Intuition is clearly the result of a tremendous amount of work by the author researching the topics she covers. It is intelligent and thoughtful and altogether a most impressive effort."
--Jim B. Tucker, MD, Bonner-Lowry Associate Professor of Personality Studies , Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences,University of Virginia Health System
Author Nancy du Tertre, "the Skeptical Psychic™," takes you on a journey to find the answer to these questions and more in Psychic Intuition. She became psychic in mid-life after years of intensive study and training, and is now a believer that everyone has the potential to tap into their intuition and understand the world at a deeper level.
Psychic Intuition bridges the gap between skeptics who can analyze but don't experience psychic phenomena, and believers who have the experiences but lack the ability to analyze. This book explains, for the first time, how psychic ability works in the brain.
Foreword Gary E. Schwartz, PhD 11
Chapter 1 Lesson #1: The Impossible Is Real 21
Chapter 2 Lesson #2: Don't Ignore Diamonds in the Rough 27
Chapter 3 Lesson #3: Faulty Questions Produce Bad Answers 35
Chapter 4 Lesson #4: The Sliding Scale of Intuition Includes Psychic Ability 47
Chapter 5 Lesson #5: We Can See the Invisible World 55
Chapter 6 Lesson #6: The Sixth Sense Is a Myth 73
Chapter 7 Lesson #7: Like It or Not, Women's Intuition Is Better 89
Chapter 8 Lesson #8: Pattern Blindness: The Antidote to Nonsense 99
Chapter 9 Lesson #9: Beware the Double-Edged Sword of Words 123
Chapter 10 Lesson #10: Skeptics Have Hidden Biases in Logic 139
Chapter 11 Lesson #11: The Psychic Senses Aren't Psychotic 151
Chapter 12 Lesson #12: Psychic Seeing Is Brain Imaging 159
Chapter 13 Lesson #13: Psychic Hearing Is a Louder Mental Voice 169
Chapter 14 Lesson #14: Psychic Touch Is Spirit Contact 187
Chapter 15 Lesson #15: Psychic Taste and Smell Defy Laws of Science 201
Chapter 16 Lesson #16: Psychics and Autistic Savants Have Instant Knowing 217
Chapter 17 Lesson #17: Psychics and Synesthetes Speak the Language of Senses 239
Chapter 18 Lesson #18: The Imagination Is the Largest Sensory Organ 249
About the Author 287
Posted January 27, 2014
Approaching the subject of psychic intuition from a unique frame of reference, renowned author/ psychic detective/ healer Nancy du Tertre, indoctrinates readers to the distinctive theories in her book, Psychic Intuition: Everything You Ever Wanted To Ask But Were Afraid To know. This is a comprehensive work, which broaches the subject from a completely intelligible standpoint based on evidence from her own personal experiences and meticulous research. Through this book, she shares her intimate journey from skeptic to psychic.
Author du Tertre is not a metaphysical guru expecting people to blindly follow her advice nor is she a specially selected human given the gift of psychic intuition. Instead she is a regular human being that discovered through training, it is possible to activate what she believes is the inherent capacity of all humans, the ability of psychic intuition. This book is an edifying work that truly goes well beyond the regularly discussed parameters of psychic intuition.
This is a well organized documentation of the author’s experiences, the chapters are presented as lessons, each brimming with pertinent information and observations specifically geared towards the differing aspects of intuition while comparing both the psychic and physical facets. Also included at the end of each lesson are simple exercises that do help to expand your awareness. This book proposes some mind-boggling theories supported by both physical proof and scientific evidence including documented observations from various medical and psychological studies, and conclusive evidence drawn from her meetings with well-known psychics, psychologists and scientists.
By sharing her vast knowledge and experiences, du Tertre stimulates a new curiosity to an age old postulation about psychic ability. What I found to be especially interesting about this book is the fact that she trained herself to become psychically intuitive (a theory that I fully subscribe to) and the conclusion that humans have more than forty possible senses. Another premise that stands out is the revelation that the mind perceives much more of the world around us than we realize and we have to retrain our minds to recognize more of the information we are receiving, which leads to using our inherent ability to be psychically intuitive.
I was thoroughly captivated by this book; it was an engrossing read that I enjoyed which works as a superlative tutorial, taking readers on an illuminative journey into the enigmatic realm of psychic intuition by exploring from the viewpoints of science, psychology, and logic. I highly recommend this as a “need to read” book for skeptics and believers alike as it will definitively change your perceptions about psychic intuition.