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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to achieve better health and a more vibrant life - to tune in even more deeply to the inner guidance available to you by understanding the language through which your body talks to you daily.

This information will help you in six major health areas, including:

  • Immune system health, including chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia
  • the endocrine system and hormonal health, including PMS and menopause
  • Digestive health, food and body weight issues
  • Coronary health, including coronary artery disease, hypertension, and stroke
  • The structural system, including bones, joints, and the spine
  • The brain and mind, including memory, Alzheimer¿s, anxiety, and attention deficit disorder (ADD).
  • ©2001 Christiane Northrup and Mona Lisa Schulz and (P)2006 Hay House, Inc.

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    Not a book...interesting content but

    I didn't realize this was a recorded talk NOT a book. While the content was interesting, it was a little disjointed with the conversation between the two. I think they are smart ladies with some great insight here, I just wish it had been a structured book format with more applicable information the reader could relate to for themselves. People may or may not relate to the case studies they mentioned. I would have like to have been able to know how to apply body wisdom to my own life and didn't quite get that from this content.

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    Very Holistic

    I love listening to these two. They keep Western medicine in their back pocket while addressing the root of illness. They have the perfect approach--looking at the WHOLE picture and making recommendations, not just handing out prescriptions. I'm fascinated by Mona Lisa's intuitive abilities.

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    nothing special

    Had some potential, but the authors/narrators were so busy chatting that some of the information got lost or was never completely expressed. This was especially due to Christiane Northrup's propensity for rudly cutting in on Mona Lisa Schulz with some random unrelated question right when she was about sum up a thought.

    20 of 30 people found this review helpful

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    These 2 Authors Offer Foundations of Dis-ease

    If you could sum up Intuitive Listening in three words, what would they be?

    Understanding disease & coping at the cellular level

    What does Mona Lisa Schulz and Christiane Northrup bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The conversational emotion brings the concepts to life.

    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    Listen to what you're trying to tell yourself.

    Any additional comments?

    This book brings the etiology of disease to light. The authors present the information in an interesting and easy to understand style.

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    • Cynthia Fleming
    • 10-28-08

    Women talking about women (mostly)

    I don't think I have ever heard a tape or cd like this one. It's as if you are sitting in a coffee shop listening to two very knowledgable women as they are discussing cases they have had at work. This recording is very relaxed and not at all clinical and I found the information it contained very useful. They almost talk over each other at times as their urgency to get their message across pushes them to speak. I recommend this very highly indeed. I was so disappointed when it finished.

    7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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    • Joanna
    • 05-05-15

    Surely has something of relevance for everyone?!

    I don't know if this will change my life, but there's lots of food for thought relating to health problems that, I and the people I know, have experienced. Very interesting indeed- I could probably listen to a whole bunch of these types of audiobooks and not get bored.

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    • M. Timothy
    • 03-12-18

    Not what I was looking for and...

    I was hoping it would 'tell me how' and it didn't the publishers notes should be changed as it's misleading. I gave it 5 because I really enjoyed it, it didn't tell me how to translate the messages my body is telling me and must be loads as I can feel it, however it confirmed that I would like to find out how from another source