Ask Your Inner Voice

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Ozark Mountain Publishing, Incorporated, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 153 pages
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Sometimes, words come up from very deep within us. Somehow, we can sense they are different from our other thoughts. They may come in the form of an instruction, or a phrase of special wisdom. If we heed them, ensuing events always prove how absolutely right these words were. What would it be like to regularly have such inspiration appear just when you need it? What if you could easily receive strong and accurate inner guidance on the important decisions in you life, like decisions about career changes, relationships, and financial matters? How much fun would it be to have an inner voice that you trusted on everyday decisions, and to have it lead you with coincidence and serendipity to exactly where you wanted to be in life? How satisfying would it be for your inner wisdom to guide you to immediate and lasting improvements in your relationships? All of that can be yours. This book lays out the simple secrets people throughout history, and people alive today, have learned to use to call on their inner voice just when they need it. The book shows through true inner voice stories the proven steps to connecting with your inner wisdom, and each chapter ends with a "How To" section providing simple, "Try It" exercises that you can use to tap into those aspects of your own inner voice.

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Ask Your Inner Voice Conscious Communication With The Truth Within by James Wawro I loved reviewing this 153 page book and everything it stands for. As a spiritual adviser I have told many of my ... Read full review

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Jim Wawro is a Cornell-educated international trial lawyer who during his years of practice with a major law firm discovered that there are unwritten laws that anyone can use to make the right choices, gain creative insights, solve problems, gain access to the wisdom of the ages, and find a direct path for communication with the divine. One of those laws is the law of the inner voice, that there is an ever-flowing stream of wisdom coming to each individual from the light within. After experimenting with the inner voice and finding that it worked for him, Jim began to study what the inner voice is, how to recognize it, how to contact it, how to ask questions of it, how to listen to it, how to distinguish it from other inner directions, how to test it, and when to rely on it. Recognizing that very little is written about how to call on the inner voice when you need it, Jim condensed his study into Ask Your Inner Voice, a user's guide to actively accessing the wisdom that lies within you.

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