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Dope Books to Amplify Intuition

Dope Books to Amplify Intuition

Oct 8, 2021

Author: Morgan Fykes

Books are powerful (and affordable) tools. They can help us travel to distant places, learn about other cultures, and help us level up and become even better versions of ourselves. They are windows into new worlds or deeper understandings. Information is a powerful magic! Here are some great books that can help you amplify your intuition.

Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell has a fantastic mind. He explores the advantages of intuition and how it can be a powerful tool. One great example he shares is about how a commander succeeded because he didn’t overburden his troops with information but worked instead on intuition and rapid thinking to fight the opposition. Certain situations require fluidity and relying on intuition can allow you to be more fluid in your thinking.

 

The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Eckhart Tolle is a legend and this book is about living in the present moment and how to find peace. It is a self-help classic that has been read by millions worldwide! Many have described his books and work as life changing.

 

Second Sight by Judith Orloff
Judith Orloff is perhaps better known today for her work with empaths. This classic is well worth a place in every library focused on intuitive development. A key part of developing intuition is trusting oneself and accepting the input received. Dr. Orloff, as a psychiatrist and intuitive, brings both science and real life knowledge. In this book, she shares her personal experience accepting her intuition as a way of encouraging readers to accept theirs.

 

The Source by Tara Swart, MD, PhD
Tapping into the science behind the law of attraction, neuroscientist Tara Swart explores the possibility that how we think influences how we live and that trusting your intuition begins by unblocking the mind. Her helpful book teaches us how to retrain our brains to manifest and visualize, with specific exercises for a clearer pathway to achieving goals.

 


Gut Feelings: The Intelligence Of The Unconscious by Gerd Gigerenzer
This is a book linking science with how intuition works. With stories of police detectives who get their hunches from body language or sports coaches able to predict a player’s next move just by watching them for a few seconds, Gigerenzer shows us that our intuitions are not only sane but smart as well.

 


Radical Intuition: A Revolutionary Guide To Using Your Inner Power By Kim Chestney
Another excellent book from an author that talks about the best way to use your intuition so that it becomes stronger everyday- strengthening us as well as our relationships with others because we have started living our lives through divine wisdom rather than “thinking” or logic alone.

 

The Art Of Intuition by Sophy Burnham
This book is a practical, step-by-step guide to the art of intuition. The author talks about how we are all intuitive and that this natural power can be developed through practice so it becomes stronger.

 

Living in the Light by Shakti Gawain
Developing intuition is fun. There’s a point, though, where it either gets hard, frustrating or stuck. Shakti Gawain covers the importance of addressing our shadow side. In a practical approach, she explains not only why it’s necessary, but also how to move through it so we can return to that intuitive clarity — and light.

 

The Intuitive Way: The Definitive Guide to Increasing Your Awareness by Penney Peirce
This book is fantastic and asks the reader to take action. Ms. Peirce provides a full course in this book — and encourages you heartily to follow it. Her tools are excellent and her applications are practical.

 

The Power Of Intuition by Gary Klein
This book provides some compelling evidence that intuition is a skill born from acquiring skills, knowledge and training. The author describes three key elements of intuition: pattern recognition – recognizing regularities in phenomena without being able to explain them; meaning-making – finding meaningful connections among disparate events (the basis for creativity); and decision making.

 


Intuitive Being by Jill Willard
If you’re looking for guidance on how to connect to your intuition and higher power, Jill Willard’s insight is what you’re seeking. She teaches the power of trusting our gut and gives us wisdom on releasing stress and balancing energy, and she brings her ability as both a medium and a meditation leader together to this easy-to-follow read that’ll help you unlock your power.

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