Practical Intuition

Practical Intuition

Laura Day / Dec 11, 2019

Practical Intuition Practical Intuition provides the tools you need to develop your intuitive potential to its fullest Through exercises first person accounts and real life examples you ll discover how to harness this

  • Title: Practical Intuition
  • Author: Laura Day
  • ISBN: 9780767900348
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • Practical Intuition provides the tools you need to develop your intuitive potential to its fullest Through exercises, first person accounts, and real life examples, you ll discover how to harness this remarkable ability and bring new depth to every decision you make Intuition can provide insight into all areas of life, from romance and health to career opportunities andPractical Intuition provides the tools you need to develop your intuitive potential to its fullest Through exercises, first person accounts, and real life examples, you ll discover how to harness this remarkable ability and bring new depth to every decision you make Intuition can provide insight into all areas of life, from romance and health to career opportunities and the stock market As revealed in fascinating personal stories, Laura Day has tutored even the most hard core skeptics in how to use their intuitive abilities realistic, practical professionals in business, finance, medicine, and other careers, who now make intuitive decision making a vital pert of their lives.Based on her private seminar, Practical Intuiton, given throughout the world, Laura Day now shares with everyone the keys to unlocking the amazing and effective power of intuition the power that can improve every aspect of your life.Laura Day s Practical Intuition for Success is also available from Harper Audio.

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    1. This book was a practical hands on instruction book for getting in touch with your intuitive skills. A great deal of the book was basically about learning to listen to yourself and trust what you hear. So often we go through life with good instinctsen we stop and hesitate about our decisions which often changes the results. If as our teachers used to tell us, we would go with our first answer, maybe life would be smoother. I think, in general as humans we tend to over think and second guess ours [...]


    2. I am impressed by how intelligent and well-educated Laura is. But she could have been more concise. Why stretch it too thin and drag along instead of getting to the point? The first three chapters could have been better consolidated or even chopped out. I wish she would get to the point and be more organized instead of distributing it over many long, rambling chapters. I really wanted to like this book more.


    3. I got rid of a stack of books at the local bookstore and found this on a whim. The intro by Demi Moore instantly hinted that the author has worked with a range of individuals. It contains interesting exercises that I recommend doing at the end, and writing up a ‘report’ of all your impressions. Given that it’s an older book, there were instances where that came through, namely the (at least somewhat comical) reference to the 90s ‘psychic hotlines.'



    4. This is not a casual read. While it is written in a comprehensive style, to get the most from the book, one must complete the exercises provided. I did find this interesting and instructive and I think I can better use my natural intuition now. I would have to continually practice and be alert to it in order to really hone my skills, and that is something that Day talks about in the book. Only once or twice did I not fully understand how to complete an exercise and I wished Day was teaching a ph [...]


    5. Forget Fortune Tellers, Laura Day Tells You How Practical Intuition was the first book from Laura Day that sparked her career as a famous intuitive. Thanks to Demi Moore plugging Day’s talents her audience grew considerably out of this work. Day teaches a popular workshop based on this book and her methods are simple to grasp.Day describes being intuitive from a young age but she doesn’t believe her gift is unavailable to others. In Practical Intuition Day writes of blind exercises, blind re [...]


    6. I wanted to like this one more. Still, I enjoyed the early exercises on trusting your instincts. Noticing how things happen in your life and how this opens you up to further insights is useful. I cannot really say it changed my life but I am glad I read it.


    7. Think you don't have any intuitive ability? I used to think that about myself until I read this book. I recommend it sincerely to anyone seeking to get in touch with the proverbial sixth sense (it's easier than you think.)




    8. I liked the book a lot. I noticed that I became more sensitive to the world around me. To my surprise had few visions and then their results. I was shocked. It is fun!


    9. If I had to choose one book that has helped me on my journey toward more fully realizing my psi abilities, then it would be this one. Others do come close, but this is THE ONE.When I first encountered Ms. Day's book on intuition (she doesn't use the term psychic ability because she thinks it is too woo-woo), I rolled up my sleeves and got to work. She asks a lot of her reader. Journaling. Writing. Tape-recording. A thorough search of one's beliefs. That kind of thing. But even with that, I remem [...]


    10. Barf. No, on second thought, double barf. I really tried, I did, I did some of the "exercises" out loud with my family, wrote another one, and read some of the stories with the open-ist mind I could, but I couldn't get past the incredible stupidity, wishful thinking, and some of what read like downright lies. It was any "What Do I Do With My Life?" self-help book welded to some mystical mumbo-jumbo and some trust-me-I'm-an-expert hucksterism. Bleah.


    11. ehis was okay. Some of the examples she used of "intuition" seemed way too unrelated to anything out of the ordinary. I don't see how picturing a pair of apples in the middle of your page and comparing them will tell you whether the stock of New York's gold will be worth more tomorrow. While I don't doubt that there are most likely powerful but latent potentials in us, I found it hard to get a firm grasp on a lot of what she was trying to liken to a mystic force.


    12. I am rereading this after a break of a decade or so, much more able to get something out of it now when I am not so stuck on trying to figure it out or look for something that isn't there. Someone commented below that the examples of "intuition" in the book aren't "special" enough but that is the point. What is profound, when we hit upon it, is not special (whatever that means) but amazingly and sometimes disturbingly familiar. Click your heels, Dorothy, you're already home.


    13. do you want to learn how to be more intuitive and more accurate in your intuition? Read it. More accurately, read it, pull out the tape recorder, and follow her exercisesere are many other training books on intuition, this is the one (in Delphi, Greece) that worked for me. very clear, very clean.


    14. This book was just okay for me. Absolutely nothing wrong with her or the exercises. I've just been a follower of Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks and Abraham for so long that most of what I read I already knew. It's just a matter of putting it into practice.


    15. While reading this book, I believe I am blessed with the power to predict what will happen in the near or distant future because the author is very persuasive in making readers to believe so. But, a week after, I forgot that I had that blessing. I guess you just have to read the book time and time again.


    16. Zgodne vježbe, više priručnik nego knjigačak sam i uspjela s dolaskom u kontakt sa svojim intuicijskim metaforama, no nisam ih uspjela iščitati.


    17. An interesting insight into our thoughts and feelings. I liked the exercises, which even if you do not believe in intuition, can help you rise the self-awareness.





    18. this is a great book to help you learn more about your self and use more of that sixth sense we all have but overlook.


    19. Gua kira mau ngejelasin secara ilmiah soal intuisi itu apa, ternyata cuma tips-tips praktis intuisi, ya emang judulnya gitu sih :) :)







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