The Magic Path of Intuition

The Magic Path of Intuition

Florence Scovel Shinn was a gifted teacher who shaped the fields of personal transformation and spiritual growth. Her practical, straightforward style empowered countless people to trust their inner knowing and overcome their challenges. With an Introduction by self-help luminary Louise Hay, who credits Florence as one of her early inspirations, this simple yet poignant book can help you positively transform your life. Powerful affirmations will show you how to cultivate your intuition and release any resistance, fear and doubt.

Florence said, ‘You must live fully in the now to make your dreams come true.’ Are you ready to follow your own magic path, your divine wisdom and realize your dreams? Goals or wishes that seem far off or unattainable are just waiting for you to believe in your potential and innate ability to manifest your desires.

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MY VERDICT:

‘Prayer is telephoning to God and intuition is God telephoning you.’

I liked that opening chapter subheading. I’m still thinking about it. Intuition! So many of us ignore it, or feel guilty about it. Often our first response to a situation is intuitive, but how do we put that in words?

So many ‘if only’ moments. This book is a chance to change that, a fascinating hitherto unpublished work by Shinn who died in 1940. Imagination and visualization, all form part of the journey. The affirmations in this quite beautiful production are a helpful guide to this growing process.

The vivid colours, the photography, the welcoming words, the encompassing swirly lines underlining each heading on pages, all contrive to draw us into the text. I must admit the colours and production radiate a retro seventies ‘get in touch with your inner self’ feel about them. That’s great because this is what the book is about, enhancing and recognizing your intuition as a powerful healing tool, tapping into the wisdom of the universe.

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The hardcover edition would be a nice personal acquisition, or a lovely present. Full of verve and momentum, certainly a book to ponder on.



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