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21 Rituals to Ignite Your Intuition

Narrated by: Deryn Edwards
Length: 7 hrs and 7 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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This book, from Sunday Times best-selling author Theresa Cheung, offers 21 simple and easy daily rituals to help you tune in to your inner wisdom so that you can start making better, more inspired decisions in your life. 

Like optimism, intuition can be cultivated. Research has shown that contrary to popular opinion intuition isn't something we are born with, and it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Intuition is a skill that we can learn, and we can get better at it the more we practise. 

Drawing on what science and psychology can teach us about intuition and Theresa's techniques to strengthen it using the life changing power of ritual, this book offers 21 simple and proven daily rituals to help you tune in to your inner wisdom and start making better decisions in your life today. 

Following on from the success of 21 Rituals to Change your Life listeners will be encouraged to follow a daily plan of intuition boosting rituals for a period of at least 21 days. Research shows that it takes around three weeks to ensure that a daily ritual becomes entrenched at a neural level and is therefore powerful enough to change your life for the better.

©2019 Theresa Cheung (P)2019 Audible, Ltd

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  • Jonathan Slatter
  • 05-05-19

Irritating voice style

Shame - too harsh - too aggressive in voice recording style. Ears are sensitive things - no need to shout. No need to treble underline some words. You are not standing in front of a class - you are chatting to the listener close up.

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