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The Intuition Guidebook provides help for those who feel they are too sensitive, hearing things no one else hears, seeing things that aren't there, having dreams that come true--psychic. Dale leads readers through the gifts involved with being psychically sensitive, where each of these gifts comes from, and how to control them. Highlights are exercises to find psychic sensitivities, establishing guardians and focus upon protecting oneself and transitioning from sensitivity to ...
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The Intuition Guidebook provides help for those who feel they are too sensitive, hearing things no one else hears, seeing things that aren't there, having dreams that come true--psychic. Dale leads readers through the gifts involved with being psychically sensitive, where each of these gifts comes from, and how to control them. Highlights are exercises to find psychic sensitivities, establishing guardians and focus upon protecting oneself and transitioning from sensitivity to psychic intuitive.
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Dale (The Subtle Body; Advanced Chakra Healing) calls herself a "natural intuitive"—what most of us would label a psychic. In her new book, she tries to help people like her deal with and control their abilities. According to Dale, psychically sensitive people often know things they aren't supposed to through hearing voices, absorbing feelings from others, or gaining knowledge through dreams. She writes that her intuitive development techniques and exercises should help budding psychics control their gifts and avoid becoming overwhelmed by them. By harnessing their intuitive sensitivity, she argues, psychics can create a new reality, which Dale calls a seventh sense. It isn't an easy read: better are more general books about developing psychic abilities, including titles by John Edward, Echo L. Bodine, and Sylvia Browne. VERDICT Not for the general reader, this book is for those who believe they have a psychic gift and that Dale's methods can help them develop or control it.—Mary E. Jones, Los Angeles P.L.
Andi and Jonathon Goldman
Cyndi Dale's work is outstanding! A practical and important guidebook for anyone interested in developing and exploring their intuition and psychic senses. Full of information and techniques that are clear, insightful, and user friendly. The Intuition Guidebook is an excellent way to safely open to levels of consciousness that are vital for achieving our next step in evolution.
Mary E. Jones
Dale (The Subtle Body; Advanced Chakra Healing) calls herself a "natural intuitive"—what most of us would label a psychic. In her new book, she tries to help people like her deal with and control their abilities. According to Dale, psychically sensitive people often know things they aren't supposed to through hearing voices, absorbing feelings from others, or gaining knowledge through dreams. She writes that her intuitive development techniques and exercises should help budding psychics c
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982668795
  • Publisher: Deeper Well Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/1/2011
  • Pages: 344
  • Sales rank: 276,463
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Posted May 11, 2012

    The Intuition Guidebook, Cyndi Dale, Deeper Well Publishing, 201

    The Intuition Guidebook, Cyndi Dale, Deeper Well Publishing, 2011, $16.95
    Author Cyndi Dale combines her knowledge of intuition, energy, chakras and healing in a dynamic book to assist readers. Dale helps you understand and develop your intuitive abilities, while learning about psychic boundary development and healing on all levels. There is a psychic sensitivity quiz that helps you determine your personal sensitivities. I found that I was primarily a kinesthetic or feeling psychic, with my auditory and visual abilities trailing behind. I wanted to be more visually inclined, yet when I read the chapter on the kinesthetic psychic sensitive, it felt like Dale was sitting across from me, talking to me about me. I went on to read the chapters on auditory and visual sensitivities, finding helpful material especially in the visual chapter, which contains a wealth of healing and information gathering visualizations. I tried one of the chakra meditations at my healthcare job where the environment is saturated with human suffering. The result? It was one of my best days at work. I felt great, my coworkers complimented me on my work, and my patients were easy to work with despite all of their emotional and physical difficulties. As a healer, intuitive and householder mystic, I loved this book and its wise guidance.
    — Nea Akayla, "New Connexion Journal"

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