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101 Ways To Jump-Start Your Intuition    by John Holland order for
101 Ways To Jump-Start Your Intuition
by John Holland
Order:  USA  Can
Hay House, 2005 (2005)
* * *   Reviewed by Ayesha Baumgartner

This powerful pocketbook offers insightful quotes, affirmations and questions that help you to tap into your inner guide and best friend - your intuition. Each page has a numbered insight. Flip through them daily or read from beginning to end for guidance on how to improve your senses, strengthen your awareness and relationships, learn to trust yourself and understand others better. There are a myriad of wonderful ways offered in this small book, for a big effect.

Heartwarming advice includes #25 on Love and Compassion. The affirmation that 'I am love' is followed by 'The heart center represents unconditional love, compassion, joy, balance, relationships, and healing. It's said to be the link between our mind, body, and spirit. Forgiveness, self-love, and acts of compassion will assist in healing and balancing this center, as well as your spirit. The restorative color green is associated with this center. Notice all the healing hues of green around you, and breathe them into your heart area. Give your heart center what it needs today. You're worth it.' Or try simple yet effective exercises such as # 67, Your Intuitive Muscles - 'The next time you're watching an athletic event or movie, try to guess intuitively what the final score will be, or how the movie ends. This is just another great way of stretching your intuitive muscles.'

There is so much knowledge and insight offered in this book. If you have a pressing question, help your intuition by opening the book as you ask the question and let the page that is before you be the guide to your answer. It will strengthen your intuition and give you peace of mind and more clarity in life. I recommend that you keep this book in the car or in your purse for any occasion when you need to jump-start your intuition.

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