As our holistic view of the world grows and we become more aware of personal and collective energy, our level of perception is transforming from something singular - the physical form - to a greatly expanded awareness that includes intuition, past and present, right and left brain, and heart and body. As our perceptive ability evolves, we must unlearn and relearn the principles of how we live, create, and grow in order to be successful in the rapidly transforming reality of the Intuition Age.
Written with clarity and insight, Leap of Perception offers a comprehensive guide on how to adapt to an expanding paradigm of perception. Building on her first two books, The Intuitive Way and Frequency, author Penney Peirce once again translates a powerful and complex concept into an effective life practice that is accessible to all.
Listeners will learn to materialize the situations they want, resolve conflict in relationships, expand their creativity, reduce exhaustion and anxiety from multitasking, ease fear caused by the transformation process, develop new attention skills, and more. Leap of Perception is an amazing gift.
©2013 Penney Peirce (P)2013 Tantor Media
This isnt for everyone but for those that know that you have the power to create the world around you this is for you.
Narrator is terrible for this book...Probably fine for a story, but VERY distracting for a more science-like, detailed book such as this. Her cutesy use of pauses and attempts at intimacy are off putting. I'm usually very forgiving of narrators, but I find myself either drifting off and not caring about the text or wanting to strangle the narrator. Stop being cute and read the damn book!
Well tbh this is my first ebook, although I have overheard some of my husband's. This is unlistenable for me because it sound like a computer talking, not a person. One should be warned of this.
I loved Frequency.
Just terrible. I cannot believe this is not a computer.
Waste of money.
No; I dearly wish I had purchased the print version. I don't wish to be unkind, but I'd really like to encourage some of these female narrators to tone down the cutesy factor.
I agree with Steve from Kentucky--the 'cutesy' narration is so distracting and annoying that I can't even pay attention to what is being said. I've seen numerous interviews with the author, so I know the material SHOULD be good, but I may not find out for sure unless I get the print book.
Don't know yet
This is the third audio book I've purchased that, due to the narrator, I find nearly impossible to listen to. It makes me wonder whether authors screen narrators; if they have actually chosen these narrators, it makes me question my (formerly high) opinion of the author.
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