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"Connecting to our intuition unites us with both our soul and the soul of the Universe, Divine Spirit. It takes away our fearful sense of isolation and inadequacy. It replaces fear with a sense of spiritual direction and safety. The world becomes friendly, nonadversarial, and welcoming. Life becomes joyful, amusing, generous, and abundant. This is the divine plan. The intuitive life is one of confidence, inner peace, and creative expression. What better gift to ourselves and our children?"
How can I help my children to thrive and prosper? How can I ensure that they will not become unhappy and frustrated as I have been? These are the questions that inspired Sonia Choquette to write this profound and accessible book explainingthrough spiritual principles, modern-day parables, and practical exerciseshow even busy parents can help children connect to their own source of divine guidance.
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About the Author
Sonia Choquette, Ph.D., is the author of The Psychic Pathway and Your Heart's Desire. She lives in Chicago with her husband and two children.
What People are Saying About This
"Intuition in a child is precious. The Wise Child beautifully underscores the value of intuition as a creative contributor to a child's growth and self-esteem. Children who are fortunate enough to grow up trusting their intuition will be more confident adults with inner peace."
Judith Orloff, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA, author of Second Sight
"The Wise Child is a gift for all parents, children, families, and everyone who works with children, opening up tremendous new opportunities for creativity, joy, humor, and wisdom. Sonia Choquette is remarkable for her ability to impart practical tools in a light-hearted way. This is a book you will use time and time again as you unlock new intuitive abilities in yourself and in those you love."
Liza Ingrasci, Managing Director, the Hoffman Institute