If you're ready to strengthen your connection to the wise part of you that always has your best interest at heart, you simply need to follow the practical path that Lynn offers in the book. --Cheryl Richardson, author of Stand Up for Your Life
This is the book that will point you in the direction of a new life--the life of your dreams. In Compass of the Soul, Lynn Robinson leads you on a journey of discovery to a life that's full of joy and purpose. She shows you how to tap into your own intuition to reveal the endless possibilities of the life you were meant to live.
Each of the 52 chapters contains a motivational quote, an intuition exercise, and a thought-provoking question that you can answer in an intuition journal. The chapters are easy to read and full of practical, down-to-earth advice about how to tune in to what Lynn describes as your inner success coach. You will learn how to:
* Take small steps to create positive changes in your spiritual, personal, and financial life.
* Use your thoughts, beliefs, and expectations to change your life.
* Find freedom from debt, worry, and fear.
* Discover your purpose in life.
Do one chapter a week, read the whole book all at once, or pick and choose the areas you want to concentrate on first. More than simply paying attention to your intuition, living an intuitive life means acting on the wisdom you receive. Make the opening of this book the first act in creating the life of your dreams.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Lynn Robinson is a motivational speaker, intuition consultant, and author of the best-selling book Divine Intuition. She is a columnist and Intuition-to-Work Expert for iVillage.com. Through her company, Intuitive Consulting Inc., Lynn offers intuitive insights into goals, decisions, and strategies for individuals and organizations. Lynn has been featured in the Boston Globe and USA Today and has been a guest on many national radio and television programs. She has also been interviewed by numerous publications, including the New York Times, Redbook, and Good Housekeeping. She lives in Massachusetts.