The Magic Path of Intuition
Florence Scovel Shinn was a gifted teacher who shaped the fields of personal transformation and spiritual growth. Her practical, straightforward style empowered countless people to trust their inner knowing and overcome their challenges. With an Introduction by self-help luminary Louise Hay, who credits Florence as one of her early inspirations, this simple yet poignant book can help you positively transform your life. Powerful affirmations will show you how to cultivate your intuition and release any resistance, fear, and doubt. Florence said, “You must live fully in the now to make your dreams come true.” Are you ready to follow your own magic path, your divine wisdom, and realize your dreams? Goals or wishes that seem far off or unattainable are just waiting for you to believe in your potential and innate ability to manifest your desires.
This book is from a "found" manuscript that was written decades ago. The author passed away in 1940. The author was truly ahead of her time!
Many of the concepts that she wrote about back in the 20s & 30s are just as relevant today as ever. In fact, some of the concepts are being presented by other authors as new or fresh. However, Florence first wrote about them long before these authors were even born.
This book is truly magnificent. It is simply written and easy to apply to your life. Plus, Louise Hays has found the most beautiful illustrations to accompany the lessons. If you plan on getting this book, I would suggest spending the extra few dollars and getting a hard copy and not an ebook. You will want to be able to enjoy the artful displays that accompany it.
In one lesson, Florence talks of a mother who manifests an illness to avoid eating at her daughters house because she swore she would never eat there again. I have seen similar things happen. One of my sister's is constantly creating negative things in her life to avoid things she doesn't want to deal with. Instead of trying to attract what she does want. So this was a great reminder for me.
I had read this book awhile ago, unfortunately, I just realized that a bunch of posts that I had written never got uploaded. So I am just getting around to that now. So if you start noticing a ton of posts that are for books that have been published for awhile, this is the reason.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any form of compensation.