Cracking the Intuition Code

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 1, 2000 - Self-Help - 336 pages
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In this fascinating and persuasive book, intuition expert Gail Ferguson proves that intuition is a distinct sense, just like seeing or hearing, but one so unfamiliar to us that we often don't know when it's happening. Ferguson recounts her own professional experiences and scientific discoveries to show you how to develop their intuition.

 

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Contents

Why Are We Intuitive?
5
Meet the Ef fects
23
Nature Is an Optimalist
51
Follow the Lead
71
Roller Coaster to Reality
99
FactFinding
131
If This Then What?
155
Small Adjustments
189
Taming the U Beasts
231
Feeling the Effects
255
One Hand for You
277
And One for the Ship
307
Recommended Reading
319
Index of Psi Effects
321
Index
325
Copyright

A New Tool for Humankind
201

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Gail Ferguson is an educational psychologist who lectures and consults throughout the world. She has worked as an intuition adviser to more than 50,000 people, including numerous celebrities and world leaders.

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