". . . Robinson makes a convincing case for navigating life using one’s natural wisdom“an invisible intelligence that animates our world and provides insight and direction”rather than looking outward for solutions. In 27 chapters, Robinson uses thought-provoking anecdotes, quotes, tips, and quizzes, alongside years of research and experience, to explain how to hear and understand our inner voice by clearing away the clutter of fear, negativity, stress, and distractions. . . . Each chapter includes a prompt for an Intuition Journal, bound to help readers improve their self-knowledge, and perhaps find their “still, quiet inner voice.” Publishers Weekly"With caring, candor and humor, Lynn reminds us that we each have an inner compass that always points us in the right direction. Read LISTEN and hear its wisdom." Marci Shimoff, NY Times bestselling author, Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul"An extraordinarily clear, no-nonsense, down-to-earth, utterly practical, doable, and believable guide to accessing the extraordinary wisdom you already own. The many real-life examples and stimulating exercises offer a golden map to live the life your heart truly desires. I heartily recommend LISTEN to anyone wishing for more inner peace, joy, and success." Alan Cohen, author, I Had It All the Time"LISTEN is a valuable resource for anyone who is experiencing a crisis, a life transition, or is simply feeling stuck." Judith Orloff MD, author, Emotional Freedom"Listen up! You can trust your still, quiet inner voice for wise guidance when things fall apart, and renowned intuitive Lynn Robinson shows us how in LISTEN. In this spiritually intelligent new book, we have instructions for accessing divine wisdom in these volatile and challenging times. I recommend it heartily." Lama Surya Das, Buddhist spiritual leader, author, Awakening the Buddha Within"I credit Lynn Robinson with giving me permission to trust my intuition and techniques for hearing my inner voice. In LISTEN, she demystifies this sixth sense so we can use it to make a positive difference our lives." Victoria Moran, author, Living a Charmed Life"Wisdom is not a pumping in of information from the outside. It is a realization that comes from within, reminding us of what we have known all along. LISTEN will guide you inward, tapping you in to your greatest knowing." Elisabeth Fayt, author, Paving It Forward, and Founder of RnR Wellness Spa Chain"Your own intuition is the key to your health and happiness and LISTEN will help you to put this into practice. Lynn Robinson has a rare gift for melding the practical and the spiritual. You can feel her wisdom and experience on every page. Once you have read it, keep this book handy. You’ll use it again and again." Jonathan Ellerby PhD, author, Return to the Sacred: Ancient Pathways to Spiritual Awakening?"LISTEN shows you how to recognize, trust and take action on your intuitive wisdom. Lynn shares stories, techniques and encouragement that will help you live a joyous and abundant life." Matthew B. James, MA, PhD, President, American Pacific University"As I read Lynn's new book, LISTEN, I felt as if I were Tweeting with a best friend. Line-by-line, little snippets of compassionate wisdom, wonderful stories and useful techniques were revealed. The fact that Lynn figured out how to package-up "intuition" in such a highly useful format, designed to help us all through good times and bad, is alone something worth tweeting about!" Dan Hollings, Internet, Social Media Twitter Strategist; Internet Strategist for the hit movie "The Secret""We’re all hard-wired to receive the gift of intuition. Whether you feel you've lost your way or are just looking for a healthy dose of guidance and light, LISTEN will reintroduce you to the magic of your own innate wisdom!" Michael Neill, author, Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone's Life
Intuition guru Robinson (Trust Your Gut) offers a healing guide for those going through trouble or transition, utilizing their "inner voice" to find power, knowledge, and transformation. Taking another look at the oft-discounted notion of "women's intuition," Robinson makes a convincing case for navigating life using one's natural wisdom-"an invisible intelligence that animates our world and provides insight and direction"-rather than looking outward for solutions. In 27 chapters, Robinson uses thought-provoking anecdotes, quotes, tips, and quizzes, alongside years of research and experience, to explain how to hear and understand our inner voice by clearing away the clutter of fear, negativity, stress, and distractions. While there's definitely a spiritual context to Robinson's advice (she refers to God, prayer and "divine intuition"), she encourages anyone who finds "God" problematic to substitute Universe, Higher Power, or whatever works; confirmed atheists and agnostics, however, may be turned off. Each chapter includes a prompt for an Intuition Journal, bound to help readers improve their self-knowledge, and perhaps find their "still, quiet inner voice."
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