Women's Intuition

Unlocking the Wisdom of the Body

Author: Paula M. Reeves

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 9781573241564

Category: Psychology

Page: 252

View: 3821

Explores the biochemical relationship between mind and body to reconnect women to the intuition that is encoded in their DNA

Women's Intuition

Author: Norman Edgar Wengert

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1490707999

Category: Poetry

Page: 446

View: 9407

Women?s Intuition by Norman Edgar Wengert, Doctor of Chiropractic whose 50-year clinical practice inspired development of Enchanted Sight, a method he teaches to control interaction at the interface of left brain logic and right brain intuitive input ?? our access point to our non-mental, non-physical nature ?? proving the sixth or psychic sense is primary, discovering women experience twice the number of feelings(hundreds) men do, giving them access to twice the knowledge. He and his researchers reveal it is possible to download and transpose the actual meanings contained in myriad enigmas produced by the sixth sense.

Women's Intuition

Author: Lisa Samson

Publisher: WaterBrook

ISBN: 0307553140

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 5236

Lark Summerville’s life has few surprises–and that’s just how she likes it. All she wants is to live out her angst-riddled life in her blue-collar Baltimore neighborhood, punctuated by weekly trips to her local parish, where Lark is organist, and telephone conversations with desperate souls who dial her hotline at 1-777-IPRAY4U. Then one night, Lark’s home is destroyed by a fire, forcing her out of her comfortable nest and back to the childhood home she has avoided for years. At Stoneleigh House, Lark is surrounded by three very different women: her grown daughter, Flannery; her barely tolerable socialite mother, Leslie; and Prisma Percy, housekeeper and family confidante, all of whom believe Lark was widowed years before. In this circle of women, Lark’s carefully constructed existence begins to unravel, even as the promise of a new one unfolds. But when her contrite ex-husband shows up, longing to assume his role as Flannery’s father, twenty years after his desertion, Lark finds that she must face her own lies–and her past–before a new life can unfold. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Women's Intuition

Realizing Your Worth

Author: T. LaShaé

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1463499779

Category: Self-Help

Page: 48

View: 9809

Women’s Intuition is a self help book that will make women that have no clue of their intuition aware that they have them and for the women that know that they have them, the book let’s them know how to use them. Before having to ask questions about our current situation, whether it concerns bills, tests in school or your relationship with your friends, family or spouse, look inside of yourself and realize that you know the answer before you even thought of the question. Most things are just common sense. Before making a decision about anything, a little voice tells us what to do but we fail to listen. That voice is our intuition. So many relationships have failed because we fail to follow our intuition. My purpose for writing this book is to reach out to women who are trying to find happiness, realize their worth, and gain the respect that they deserve. Our intuition is a gift from God. Some call it a blessing. We are being untrue to ourselves when we ignore it. If only women would embrace their intuitions, they would be able to avoid unnecessary drama, bad life decisions, and the people who influence both the drama and decisions made. We need to claim the responsibility for the good or bad lives that we live. No one else is to blame. Bad people run in and out of our lives everyday. It left upon us, as adults, to determine whether a person is in our lives to help us or hurt us. What we have to realize is that we are in control of our lives, no one else. No one is to blame but you. Realize it and embrace it. Follow your intuitions.

The Reluctant Medium

Reclaiming the Power of Women's Intuition

Author: Lorri Ann Devlin

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780692808443

Category:

Page: 181

View: 1513

After years of ignoring and reasoning away her intuitive abilities, (as a former healthcare CEO and medical researcher, that kind of talk could destroy a reputation), Lorri Devlin decided to tackle the topic and make sense of her psychic experiences. The Reluctant Medium is a guide to reclaiming a fascinating, natural human ability. Accepting intuition as a normal and necessary part of human nature changed Devlin's life. Now, she invites women to reclaim their own life-altering power, and shows them how to do it. Devlin, a former CEO and medical researcher who didn¿t dare talk about intuitive abilities like premonitions and the presence of spirits, is now talking, and encouraging all women to follow her lead. The Reluctant Medium will change your life!

The New Superpower for Women

Trust Your Intuition, Predict Dangerous Situations, and Defend Yourself from the Unthinkable

Author: Steve Kardian,A. Clara Pistek

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501159240

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 240

View: 7651

"In The New Superpower for Women, Steve Kardian, a thirty-year veteran of law enforcement, FBI defense tactics instructor, and an expert on the criminal mind, demonstrates how to become a "hard target" and not a "soft target" by simply trusting your gut. Additionally, he shows how the habits of safety can become an integral part of your daily routine"--

Empathic Accuracy

Author: William John Ickes

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781572301610

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

View: 7795

Empathic inference, or "everyday-mind reading", is a form of complex psychological inference in which observation, memory, knowledge, and reasoning are combined to yield insights into the subjective experience of others. This comprehensive volume addresses the question of how accurate our "readings" of thoughts and feelings of others actually are, introducing two innovative methods for objectivity measuring this key dimension of social intelligence. Presenting cutting-edge research in this emerging area, the volume offers essential insights into how and why people sometimes succeed, and sometimes fail, in their attempts to understand each other. Leading experts cover such topics as the evolutionary and social-developmental origins of empathic accuracy; physiological aspects of empathic accuracy; gender and other individual difference variables; empathic accuracy and processes of mental control; the dynamic role of empathic accuracy in personal and psychotherapeutic relationships; and the relation of empathic accuracy to applied domains in psychology. This book will be of interest to students, researchers, and professionals in a range of disciplines, including personality and social psychology, clinical and counseling psychology, communication, developmental psychology, and marriage and family studies.

Understanding Intuition

A Journey In and Out of Science

Author: Lois Isenman

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128141093

Category: Psychology

Page: 242

View: 1227

Understanding Intuition: A Journey In and Out of Science explores the biological and cognitive mechanisms that account for intuition, and examines the first-person experience. The book integrates both scientific and personal perspectives on this important yet elusive mental capacity. It uses specific encounters to illustrate that intuition is enhanced when we can attend to the subtle aspects of our inner experiences, such as bodily sensations, images, and differing kinds of intuitive evaluative feelings, all of which may emerge no further than on the fringe of awareness. This awareness of subtle inner experiences helps forge a more fluid exchange between the unconscious and conscious minds, and allows readers to calibrate their own intuitions. Over the course of the book, readers will gain a deeper appreciation and respect for the unconscious mind and its potential sophistication, and even its potential wisdom. Understanding Intuition is a timely and critical resource for students and researchers in psychology, cognitive science, theology, women’s studies, and neuroscience. Stresses the powerful influence of the unconscious mind and its important adaptive role Frames intuition as significant and novel unconscious insight Presents a systematic framework for understanding different kinds of intuition Examines the emotional underpinnings of intuition, giving special emphasis to the role of somatic feelings and their derivatives

The Bs Theory

Embracing Your Gift of Women's Intuition

Author: Tracey a Hardney Scott

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781492895572

Category: Humor

Page: 62

View: 1556

Tracey “Silk” Hardney Scott gives a blunt and whimsical approach to embracing God's gift of women's intuition which she fondly calls her BS Detector. She gives readers true accounts of the consequence of ignoring this six sense.

Technologies of Intuition

Author: Jennifer Fisher,Mentoring Artists for Women's Art,DisplayCult (Group of artists)

Publisher: YYZ Books

ISBN: 9780920397435

Category: Art

Page: 272

View: 2216

The term, "intuition," while commonly used by artists has been somewhat marginalized within art theory and criticism. Whether sensed as a gut feeling or a flash of insight, intuition is central to processes of "coming to know" in aesthetic practice and experience. Many artists habitually rely on extra-rational means of understanding, either in the form of everyday instinct or uncanny cognition. A delicate balance, though, exists between clairvoyance and fantasy, foreknowledge and wishful thinking. Technologies of Intuition demonstrates how artistic sensitivity requires disciplined and cultivated perception. Set in continuity with the compelling history of the Spiritualist Movement and emancipatory feminism, this anthology elucidates intuitive agency as a psychic, somatic and social technology in the fine arts and popular culture.

Awakening Intuition

Using Your Mind-Body Network for Insight and Healing

Author: Mona Lisa Schulz

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 0609804243

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 416

View: 5565

Explains how to access intuition through the signals given by one's body and feelings in order to attain maximum physical and psychological health

Educating Intuition

Author: Robin M. Hogarth

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226348605

Category: Education

Page: 335

View: 4826

Every day we make intuitive decisions—from the mundane choice of what clothes to wear to more important issues such as which new car "feels right" or which person would be "good" for a particular job. To varying degrees, logic plays a role in these decisions, but at a certain point all of us rely on intuition, our sixth sense. Is this the right way to decide? Should we trust our gut feelings? When intuition conflicts with logic, what should we do? In Educating Intuition, Robin M. Hogarth lays bare this mysterious process so fundamental to daily life by offering the first comprehensive overview of what the science of psychology can tell us about intuition—where it comes from, how it works, whether we can trust it. From this literature and his own research, Hogarth finds that intuition is a normal and important component of thought that has its roots in processes of tacit learning. Environment, attention, experience, expertise, and the success of the scientific method all form part of Hogarth's perspective on intuition, leading him to the surprising—but natural—conclusion that we can educate our sixth sense. To this end he offers concrete suggestions and exercises to help readers develop their intuitive skills and habits for learning the "right" lessons from experience. Artfully and accessibly combining cognitive science, the latest research in psychology, and Hogarth's own observations, Educating Intuition eschews the vague approach to the topic that has become commonplace and provides instead a wholly engaging and practical guide to enhancing our intuitive skills.

Heart Sense

Unlocking Your Highest Purpose and Deepest Desires

Author: Paula M. Reeves

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 1609252764

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 204

View: 7438

Love--our heart-felt attraction to another and our heart-felt acceptance of our selves--has deep and tangled roots. It begins in utero with a unique blood-bond between the heart of the fetus and the mother's heart. The heart is the only organ that is guardian of such complex emotions. Furthermore, it is the storehouse of information, data, and memories. Much of the essence and meaning of our lives can only be experienced on a "heart level," writes psychologist Paula M. Reeves in Heart Sense. Heart Sense presents a compelling combination of scientific facts and true stories to reveal the range of intelligence that is contained in the heart. Evidence is insurmountable that the heart is not only a muscle that pumps the blood we need to live, it also holds vital personal memories and information we need to survive. There is no surer way to discover your life's destiny than to listen to your heart, and you ignore your heart's desire at your own peril--heart attacks and strokes have reached epidemic levels. This book is designed to inspire a deeply personal exploration of your life's purpose from which you can glean deep insight, draw strength, take delight, and improve your health and well-being. It is also intended to help diminish the effects the unlived life of our dreams exerts on our hearts-- healthy functioning. Exercises called "Heart Notes" appear throughout the chapters to help you recognize your own heart sense and use it to discover your own unlived life.

Equal to the Task

Men and Women in Partnership

Author: Ruth Haley Barton

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830813575

Category: Religion

Page: 224

View: 9230

Ruth Haley Barton takes a balanced look at men and women in partnership, pointing out practical models of gender equality in relationships, work and ministry.

The Art of Intuition

Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom

Author: Sophy Burnham

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101486333

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

View: 5581

From the New York Times bestselling author of A Book of Angels, a wise and inspiring guide to strengthening one's intuitive abilities. Are you intuitive? Do you trust your intuitions? In The Art of Intuition, Sophy Burnham contends that we all have hunches and sudden insights and that we need only awaken to our inborn abilities in order to develop our inner wisdom. In this fascinating book, Burnham tells the stories of individuals who have "seen without seeing" to illustrate the workings of what she calls our "intuitive hearts." Exploring such topics as how loved ones are able to communicate with one another telepathically to skeptics who deny their power to see into the future, this book represents an important spiritual thinker's take on a subject that is vital to us all. According to Burnham, intuition is always right, and when you receive messages from Spirit-be it in the form of a subtle impression or a thunderous bolt from the blue-you must always, always follow the call.

The Female Brain

Author: Louann Brizendine, M.D.

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 9780767928410

Category: Science

Page: 304

View: 5447

Since Dr. Brizendine wrote The Female Brain ten years ago, the response has been overwhelming. This New York Times bestseller has been translated into more than thirty languages, has sold nearly a million copies between editions, and has most recently inspired a romantic comedy starring Whitney Cummings and Sofia Vergara. And its profound scientific understanding of the nature and experience of the female brain continues to guide women as they pass through life stages, to help men better understand the girls and women in their lives, and to illuminate the delicate emotional machinery of a love relationship. Every brain begins as a female brain. It only becomes male eight weeks after conception, when excess testosterone shrinks the communications center, reduces the hearing cortex, and makes the part of the brain that processes sex twice as large. Louann Brizendine, M.D. is a pioneering neuropsychiatrist who brings together the latest findings to show how the unique structure of the female brain determines how women think, what they value, how they communicate, and whom they’ll love. Brizendine reveals the neurological explanations behind why • A woman remembers fights that a man insists never happened • A teen girl is so obsessed with her looks and talking on the phone • Thoughts about sex enter a woman’s brain once every couple of days but enter a man’s brain about once every minute • A woman knows what people are feeling, while a man can’t spot an emotion unless somebody cries or threatens bodily harm • A woman over 50 is more likely to initiate divorce than a man Women will come away from this book knowing that they have a lean, mean communicating machine. Men will develop a serious case of brain envy.

Look for the Good and You'll Find God

The Spiritual Journey of a Psychic Healer

Author: Echo Bodine

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 1577315979

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 192

View: 1585

Since discovering her psychic and healing abilities in her teens, Echo Bodine has used those gifts to help others. While working as a barber, she often sensed when a client needed healing, and she’d silently provide it. She’s helped people communicate with dead loved ones and helped others using the healing power that flows from her hands. She didn’t always realize what her abilities meant or how to use them, but Echo continued to seek guidance. She discovered that as she sought the good in people and experiences, she also found the love of God and the power of good that come with spiritual practice. Join Echo for this ride through the incredible events of her life’s journey. From one night’s sighting of both comedian Bob Hope and a UFO to a glimpse into a European past life to a tangle with the IRS and a trip to Hollywood to explore reality television, all of Echo’s adventures have deepened her understanding of God and her own humanity. Even situations that looked disastrous, such as alcohol addiction and teen pregnancy, became life-affirming milestones. Her stories reveal a hard-won wisdom that will help you, too, see the good everywhere and find divinity and guidance within.

Risk Savvy

How to Make Good Decisions

Author: Gerd Gigerenzer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698151437

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

View: 1311

An eye-opening look at the ways we misjudge risk every day and a guide to making better decisions with our money, health, and personal lives In the age of Big Data we often believe that our predictions about the future are better than ever before. But as risk expert Gerd Gigerenzer shows, the surprising truth is that in the real world, we often get better results by using simple rules and considering less information. In Risk Savvy, Gigerenzer reveals that most of us, including doctors, lawyers, financial advisers, and elected officials, misunderstand statistics much more often than we think, leaving us not only misinformed, but vulnerable to exploitation. Yet there is hope. Anyone can learn to make better decisions for their health, finances, family, and business without needing to consult an expert or a super computer, and Gigerenzer shows us how. Risk Savvy is an insightful and easy-to-understand remedy to our collective information overload and an essential guide to making smart, confident decisions in the face of uncertainty.