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Perhaps it’s unnecessary to say that I’ve read a lot of books about intuition. It may be implied, given the work I do, and yet there’s no reason for me to assume that you’d assume that. So, I’ll say it:
I’ve read a lot of books about intuition. 🙂
Some have been great, and some not so much. This post accentuates the positive, which means we’re focusing on the former.
It’s important to note that while these books are about intuition, all are not overtly so. In some, intuition is the subtext. In others, intuition is implied.
Those in the subtext and implied categories may (just may) be my favorites, because their messages and mentoring can come as sweet surprises; gifts that unwrap themselves in quiet moments of contemplation, and in dreams.
With the new year coming, it seemed like a great time to offer up some of the books that have most inspired my intuitive journey. Maybe it’ll happen that they’ll inspire your intuitive journey, too.
In addition to an infographic, I’ve included a text version down below, with purchase links to all the books mentioned.
Here, then, are…
11 Great Books About Intuition
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing by Caroline Myss
Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Map by Colette Baron-Reid
Power of the Soul: Inner Wisdom for an Outside World by John Holland
Remembering the Future: The Path to Recovering Intuition by Colette Baron-Reid
Second Sight by Judith Orloff
The Shift by Dr. Wayne Dyer
Trust Your Vibes: Secret Tools for Six-Sensory Living by Sonia Choquette
Did your favorite – or favorites – make the list?
If yes, let me know which it is, or they are, in the comments section.
If no, feel free to comment with your great go-to book – or books – about intuition.