Break through old patterns of boredom and lack of fulfilment to uncover your most brilliant life, by understanding the neurology and logic of your intuition.
Break through old patterns of boredom and lack of fulfilment to discover what's been keeping you from your most brilliant life. Your intuition holds the key to a truly inspired life, but it has two serious problems; the first happens if you use it, and the second happens if you don't.
Intuition can bring with it an increased sensitivity, so overwhelming that some find it hard to operate in day-to-day life. Others feel foolish or weird when acknowledging their intuition. In a world governed by science we have amazing technology and vast physical abundance. However, ignoring our intuition has deprived us of untold benefits in our careers, well-being, and relationships.
The Soul's Brain reveals, for the first time, the principles of conscious intuition. These principles are part of the structure of our universe. They form patterns in our lives which are as fundamental as breathing. Knowing these patterns allows you to translate between intuition and science. The data of science is useful but for a truly brilliant and inspired life, you need to know the pattern of Who You Truly Are to put the data together. Only then will you reach your true potential. Understanding the neurology and logic of your intuition shows you how to do that.
The Soul's Brain takes you step by step through the nine-step process to conscious intuition. It shows you how to trust your brilliance, the key to your full potential. It reveals how tuning into your intuition is a skill like any other—all it takes is a bit of knowledge and a lot of practice. Science and spirituality finally have a common language. You no longer need to choose between science and intuition. You can now use both together to achieve vastly more than you ever dreamed possible.
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