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Go insideyour premonitions and findpersonal meaning from daily intuitive experiences
Despite the common idea that premonitions involve dark visions and warnings of future disasters, the truth is they often give us glimpses of the small and personal details of daily life.
This in-depth, three-part guide shows how to identify your premonitions, demystifies the assumptions and fears about them, and thoroughly demonstrates how to respond with common sense and without challenging your beliefs. Discover the answers to your most important concerns: What do premonitions say about me? How do I respond? How do I make sense of premonitions when my culture doesn’t believe in them?
Premonitions in Daily Life is the only book that investigates the deeper meanings behind premonitions and helps you integrate them into everyday life. Learn how to trust your premonitions, how to influence the very nature of your future premonitions, and how to find a community where you can openly share your experiences.
“Premonitions in Daily Life is a superb look at a very common experiencethe sense of knowing a future event . . . Van Bronkhorst takes the mystery and confusion out of premonitions with this fascinating, reader-friendly book.”
Larry Dossey, M.D., author of The Power of Premonitions
“[Van Bronkhorst] has compiled an in-depth series of guidelines for how to identify premonitions, how to normalize them, and how to integrate them in a sensible and useful way into your life.”
Sally Rhine Feather Ph.D., author of The Gift
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About the Author
Jeanne Van Bronkhorst has worked with people facing life-threatening illness for twenty years, including ten years as a hospice social worker and bereavement counselor. She has led grief groups and trained volunteers in how to sit with grief for several different hospice organizations in the US and Canada. She has graduate degrees in psychology and in social work with a strong interest in social science research. Her life-long interest in dreams led her to introduce dream appreciation into her hospice work, which eventually became the basis for this book. She lives in Ontario, Canada. Visit herwebsite atJeannevanbronkhorst.com.