Most of us go through life experiencing only the material world, using our five physical senses - and not to their full potential, at that. But on rare occasions, we will catch a glimpse of the hidden, mysterious aspect of our existence, a flash of insight or inspiration received through the sixth sense. What we call "the sixth sense" is a natural, intuitive state of higher consciousness and spiritual awareness, a special power of inner knowing and psychic ability. Everyone has it, although it lies dormant in most people. But if nurtured and developed - a process easier than one might think - the sixth sense can be awakened, honed, and used to achieve greater joy and understanding in every aspect of your life, from your relationships to your financial affairs. In Developing Your Sixth Sense, world-renowned author and lecturer Stuart Wilde will show you practical ways to tap into this profound ability to improve the quality of your life's journey. Listen and learn:
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Excellent for enhancing all areas of your life & overcoming mental obstacles & blocks. Addresses multiple aspects of the subconscious and our thinking process.
This is by far one of my best purchased audio books I listen to daily.
I adore him! His books are amazing and I always end up listening to them over and over. This is another one I will never get sick of!
I'm a huge Stuart Wilde fan and have his material in all formats. I bought this one to always have something of value easily available.
Although I admit to being prejudice as I've read and enjoyed the bulk of Stuart Wilde's works, this is another outstanding Stuart Wilde presentation. I heartily recommend it to any Stuart Wilde fan as well as those looking for introduction to Stuart Wilde.
Have enjoyed the authors other works in the past. Found this one to be a bit far fetched at times with lots of waffling on. If anyone did all of the suggested actions to do everyday it would become a full time job. Was hard not to switch off when listening. Some good material in there, but slightly disappointed
"Stu at his best!"
If you enjoyed Infinite Self or Wilde's early books then this is a must too!
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