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Intuition

Intuition

Luciano Bivar Ric Datzman
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How to understand and use intuition to improve your life, personally and professionally

Intuition accesses all the information and knowledge acquired during our lifetime. It may manifest to the conscious mind spontaneously or in special situations. Most of the time, it awakens when we need to take a position or make a decision.
Is intuition a gift? A skill? An attitude?A characteristic of being human?

According to Luciano Bivar, our brain is generally recognized as being divided into two minds: the emotional and the analytic. He goes on to propose dthat intuition represents a third mind, abstract, with no physical counterpart, even though it produces electrochemical impulses, which alert and guide us in understanding situations and making decisions.

Luciano explores many related questions:
Is intuition like spiritism?
How does intuition connect with emotional intelligence?
Why are women more intuitive than men?
Can intuition be developed or enhanced?

Luciano’s book shows how to benefit from the intuition we all share. Discover, develop, and use the wealth of information the author presents in very simple, friendly language.

Broadly speaking, intuition can open up a whole universe of knowledge, especially about ourselves and other people.
Language
English
Pages
178
Format
Kindle Edition

Intuition

Luciano Bivar Ric Datzman
0/5 ( ratings)
How to understand and use intuition to improve your life, personally and professionally

Intuition accesses all the information and knowledge acquired during our lifetime. It may manifest to the conscious mind spontaneously or in special situations. Most of the time, it awakens when we need to take a position or make a decision.
Is intuition a gift? A skill? An attitude?A characteristic of being human?

According to Luciano Bivar, our brain is generally recognized as being divided into two minds: the emotional and the analytic. He goes on to propose dthat intuition represents a third mind, abstract, with no physical counterpart, even though it produces electrochemical impulses, which alert and guide us in understanding situations and making decisions.

Luciano explores many related questions:
Is intuition like spiritism?
How does intuition connect with emotional intelligence?
Why are women more intuitive than men?
Can intuition be developed or enhanced?

Luciano’s book shows how to benefit from the intuition we all share. Discover, develop, and use the wealth of information the author presents in very simple, friendly language.

Broadly speaking, intuition can open up a whole universe of knowledge, especially about ourselves and other people.
Language
English
Pages
178
Format
Kindle Edition

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