Become a Medical Intuitive - Second Edition: The Complete Developmental Course

Medical Intuition
Narrated by: Natalie Naudus
Length: 9 hrs and 38 mins
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This book provides a complete training experience for anyone seeking to become a medical intuitive. Each chapter offers step-by-step advice to intensify existing intuitive abilities and x-ray perception.

Outcomes include: developing inner sight for the deeper cause of illness, accessing a person's eternal story for healing, understanding the electromagnetic energy of thought and emotion, assessing what vibrational colors of the aura are saying, doing distance assessments, and much more.

This teaching manual is for lay people, medical practitioners, energy healers, professional intuitives, and mediums, or anyone who yearns to develop their intuitive abilities.

©2018 Tina Zion (P)2018 Tina Zion

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Good book, painful narration

The way it is read, in a breathy monotone devoid of appropriate inflection, sounds like a computer voice. Occasionally, sentences end in a tone that sounds like a valley girl disapproving of someone’s fashion choices. It’s very distracting from the amazing content that I wish I could enjoy without the ick feeling I get from the narration.

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Meet your thoughtful, unassuming educator

I know this will sound subjective, but I hold in high regard authors who masterfully manage the delivery of their book's technical content, the pace and style in which that's done, and at the same time impress on you the key points you must remember to be in the right mindset; while at the same time avoiding a technical, dictionary-like, information dump on the reader.

Tina's writing style and content structure gave me the impression that I was learning from a mentor as opposed to learning from a school teacher that's following some curriculum. The material covers what one needs to develop as skills, what state of mind one needs to adopt, what critical elements and pitfalls to be aware of at all costs. And this is done without assumptions of beliefs or attempts to forcefully push concepts on you. You are you, what's true is universal, and your role to play in it can't be denied; you own, nurture, and develop it.

I'm a non-expert in all of this material, but I have read enough books to be able to recognize one that's been thoughtfully written. I appreciated very much the skill, generosity, and humility with which this book was written. Thanks for writing this from your experience... and from your heart.

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  • 04-17-20

Replace the Narrator. The Material Deserves It.

I love this book. If it wasn’t for the narrator, I’d probably rant about it.

The narrator has a tone that is a cross between Harlequin teen romance, exaggerated annunciation of a reading to kids, with the speed of a teacher to students of a second language.

I am fundamentally left annoyed. Why do so many intuition texts and videos ultimately fail with presentation?

The reason I’m annoyed is because the material is excellent. Try to get past the narrator. See if you can up it to 2x speed. It might help. I really hope this author considers narrating her own material in future. She has a lot to contribute.