Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask But Were Afraid to Know
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Author Nancy du Tertre, “the Skeptical Psychic™,” takes you on a journey to find the answer to these questions and more in Psychic Intuition
. She became psychic in mid-life after years of intensive study and training, and is now a believer that everyone has the potential to tap into their intuition and understand the world at a deeper level.
Psychic Intuition bridges the gap between skeptics who can analyze but don’t experience psychic phenomena, and believers who have the experiences but lack the ability to analyze. This book explains, for the first time, how psychic ability works in the brain.
"Psychic Intuition gives the most compelling explanation of why humans have the ability to read each other's minds and see the future. This groundbreaking book will help skeptics and believers alike begin to understand this field that historically has been shrouded in taboo, mystery, and distrust."--Uri Geller, world famous mentalist"Psychic Intuition is a real find. Whether you believe in psychic phenomena or not really doesn't matter. Nancy du Tertre clearly makes it obvious that the phenomena and the ability to function with intuitive skills are rampant throughout our culture."--The Amazing Kreskin"This is a breakthrough book--and timely so, because the cutting-edges of quantum physics and advancing brain wave research are finding themselves increasingly entangled with serious implications that paranormal stuff probably does exist and is probably innately and normally interactive with the fundamental essences of all life forms. Psychic Intuition is well-researched, the information well-organized, and the text is extremely readable, while some of the situations she describes might inspire a chuckle or two."--Ingo Swann, creator of the CIA remote viewing/psychic spy program"In my dual roles as economist/businessman and student of indigenous practices, I've found that hard-nosed corporate executives often practice something akin to shamanism. They don't refer to their abilities as "psychic," but rather describe themselves as being "good judges of human nature," having "a feel for the market," or "flying without radar" -- as though psychic skills are forbidden genies that must be hidden in the proverbial closet. Psychic Intuition opens the door to that closet. Nancy du Tertre backs up her ideas with well-researched answers to age-old questions and inspires us all to go deeper into this amazing subject."--John Perkins, New York Times best-selling author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman"Psychic Intuition is clearly the result of a tremendous amount of work by the author researching the topics she covers. It is intelligent and thoughtful and altogether a most impressive effort."--Jim B. Tucker, MD, Bonner-Lowry Associate Professor of Personality Studies , Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences,University of Virginia Health System