In her new book, How to Rule the World from Your Couch, Laura Day teaches you or your company how to create success in any area by using your brain in unique and compelling ways so that your innate intuition can propel you ahead to successful solutions.
The step-by-step exercises included - many of which can (and should!) be done from the comfort of your couch - will show you how you can:
Laura's work has helped to demystify intuition and demonstrated its practical, verifiable uses in the fields of business, science, medicine, and personal growth. Her list of clients and students includes doctors, financial investors, scientists, engineers, and celebrities. Day has shown that 98 percent of success is planning and that you, therefore, have the power to transform your life.
Below is a downloadable enhanced file with worksheets and visual materials!
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The material is invaluable and beautifully organized. It is transformative.
Tools and I was able to see the effectiveness.
Yes.... vastly superior.
I can instantaneously change/heal any situation.
I listen to it every day and practice it.
I've been a fan of Laura Day since I saw her on Oprah years ago....with that being said, I read her first book and thought it was amazing, this book really takes it to the next level. A wonderful book for someone who is on their journey and needs quidance on which path to follow, a step by step for someone needing a book that defines intuition and trusting your own voice. This is not a book I would recommend for someone who doesn't "get it" when it comes to spirituality and following your own intuition.
Yes. But it depends upon the friend. Some of us are open to intuition. Some are not. There's zero return and significant distractions in trying to turn someone who's not into something into a user. People come to things in their own time.
None like it come to mind. In comparison know well the published and private work of: two prominent parapsychologists, one prominent healer, one prominent psychic, and *many* others like them who practice and teach intuition in many aspects of their lives. But none of those people's work is like what Day has done in this book.I myself author a casual and unusual page on nonlocal consciousness (an academic term) which is actually the main topic of this book. So I infrequently find and review the work of the best people I can find. That doesn't mean I wouldn't find other books with which to compare this one by Day. But I don't know of them.
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I've been a closet 'intuitive' my whole life. Some of my friends have called me 'psychic.' For example, I regularly have precognitive dreams, precognitive meditations, and sometimes postcognitive ones. When I want to I easily see energy fields and I'm also known for that among my closest friends. One of my favorite people in the world, agnostic about energy and intuition, once commented to me that he wouldn't have believed what I did unless he was there to see it himself. I have worked closely in applied nonlocal consciousness with two prominent parapsychologists, and have intentionally and carefully metered what I have shown them. One of them asked me once to deliver a surreptitious dream message to advance their personal goal. I wouldn't care to be treated like a lab rat. I don't feel a need to prove for anyone else that something already exists. For grins I author a page on nonlocal consciousness, the academic term for the basis of the discussions in Day's book. I founded a ran a casual salon of intuitives and psychics. I write that to show you I'm anything but a noob about the topics in the book.Even with all those experiences and skills, I still find that I appreciate arms-length coaching from someone, like Day, who knows exactly what they're doing. I learn especially well from women, and I find Day's audio presence especially soothing. Which means I can learn more and do more from this book.
was my first time listening to Laura Day... and I sure had mix feeling about the book..
I wouldn't recommend to everyone.. although some good input in few subject, I was little uncomfortable with her "Body heat telepathy" ... I find a little bit manipulative, she defends herself by saying that we all do that already... doing it without wanting to violated someone else mind/space is one thing...doing it in purpose, this is where I have issue...
So if those are real tools...they are not to put in everyone hands...
No..I find her boring at time... and I didn't like her "how to control someone else mind" tips..Most of us wouldn't appreciated to be manipulated that way, so why would you do that to someone else?? really!!
Some good tips in there..as long as you are respectful of other space/mind..
When I read the tittle..i was already a bit put off... when I listen to that "Body heat telephaty"..I was really put off... not sure that the real intention on Mrs Day in here.. but, I rather listen to Carolyne Myss..
3 stars is very generous ...
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