Intuitive Studies

Based on his experiences of teaching and guiding complete beginners on their paths to communicating with spirit, this book provides simple and easy-to-follow exercises that will help you sharpen your psychic senses, open yourself to receive ...

Intuitive Studies

During the many years he spent delivering messages of hope and love from the spirit world, Gordon Smith has observed how many people long to learn how to be more intuitive themselves, and would love to be able to connect to the other side in the same way he does. Gordon feels strongly that developing your intuitive gifts should be something that gives you joy, brings you clarity and makes you more contented in your life. Based on his experiences of teaching and guiding complete beginners on their paths to communicating with spirit, this book provides simple and easy-to-follow exercises that will help you sharpen your psychic senses, open yourself to receive communication from your spirit guides and interpret the telepathic language of spirit. Once you have learned the basics and gained confidence in your skills, Gordon then guides you to the next step of your journey, showing you how you can use this very special energy to help others.

Sensation and intuition studies in psychology and sthetics

An exact study of the range and limits of single vision, as they are set forth by
Helmholtz, shows the enormous difficulties attaching to the supposition that there
exist in the two retinas certain “identical” points having, ab initio, one and the
same ...

Sensation and intuition  studies in psychology and   sthetics


Intuitive Eating 4th Edition

When we cultivated the premise of Intuitive Eating, we reviewed evidence from
hundreds of studies, which, in addition to our clinical experience, ultimately
formed the basis for the ten Intuitive Eating principles. Today, the research on
Intuitive ...

Intuitive Eating  4th Edition

Make peace with food. Free yourself from chronic dieting forever. Rediscover the pleasures of eating. The go-to resource––now fully revised and updated––for building a healthy body image and making peace with food, once and for all. When it was first published, Intuitive Eating was revolutionary in its anti-dieting approach. The authors, both prominent health professionals in the field of nutrition and eating disorders, urge readers to embrace the goal of developing body positivity and reconnecting with one’s internal wisdom about eating—to unlearn everything they were taught about calorie-counting and other aspects of diet culture and to learn about the harm of weight stigma. Today, their message is more relevant and pressing than ever. With this updated edition of the classic bestseller, Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch teach readers how to: • Follow the ten principles of Intuitive Eating to achieve a new and trusting relationship with food • Fight against diet culture and reject diet mentality forever • Find satisfaction in their food choices • Exercise kindness toward their feelings, their bodies, and themselves • Prevent or heal the wounds of an eating disorder • Respect their bodies and make peace with food—at any age, weight, or stage of development • Follow body positive feeds for inspiration and validation . . . and more easy-to-follow suggestions that can lead readers to integrate Intuitive Eating into their everyday lives and feel the freedom that comes with trusting their inner wisdom—for life.

Intuitive Eating

we cultivated the premise of Intuitive Eating, we reviewed evidence from
hundreds of studies, which, in addition to our clinical experience, ultimately
formed the basis for the ten Intuitive Eating principles. Although our original
concept was ...

Intuitive Eating

First published in 1995, Intuitive Eating has become the go-to book on rebuilding a healthy body image and making peace with food. We've all been there—angry with ourselves for overeating, for our lack of willpower, for failing at yet another diet. But the problem is not us; it's that dieting, with its emphasis on rules and regulations, has stopped us from listening to our bodies. Written by two prominent nutritionists, Intuitive Eating will teach you: • How to reject diet mentality forever • How our three Eating Personalities define our eating difficulties • How to find satisfaction in your eating • How to feel your feelings without using food • How to honor hunger and feel fullness • How to follow the ten principles of "Intuitive Eating", • How to achieve a new and safe relationship with food and, ultimately, your body • How to raise an "intuitive eater"–NEW! • The incredible science behind intuitive eating–NEW! This revised edition includes updates and expansions throughout, as well as two brand new chapters that will help readers integrate intuitive eating even more fully into their daily lives.

How Well Do Executives Trust Their Intuition

Hopefully, analytics professionals and senior executives will make intuition a part
of their toolkit in making key decisions. APPENDIX A: ANNOTATED INTUITION
STUDIES, WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKING C.

How Well Do Executives Trust Their Intuition

In this age of Big Data and analytics, knowledge gained through experiential learning and intuition may be taking a back seat to analytics. However, the use of intuition should not be underestimated and should play an important role in the decision process. How Well Do Executives Trust Their Intuition covers the Fulbright research study conducted by this international team of editors. The main question of their investigation is: How well do executives trust their intuition? In other words, do they typically prefer intuition over analysis and analytics. And equally importantly, what types of intuition may be most favorable looking at different variables? The research utilizes survey and biometrics approaches with C-level executives from Canada, U.S., Poland, and Italy. In addition, the book contains chapters from leading executives in industry, academia, and government. Their insights provide examples of how their intuition enabled key decisions that they made. This book covers such topics as: Using intuition How gender, experience, role, industry, and country affect intuition Trust and intuition in management Trusting intuition It’s a matter of heart Leadership intuition and the future of work Creating an intuitive awareness for executives Improvisation and instinct. The book explores how executives can use intuition to guide decision making. It also explains how to trust intuition-based decisions. How Well Do Executives Trust Their Intuition is a timely and prescient reminder in this age of data-driven analytics that human insight, instinct, and intuition should also play key roles.

The Intuitive Heart Discovery Group Program

A facilitator certified by the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies may add
significant valuetoa group of people who wish to get the most out of these
innovative methods. Such facilitators (see resources, below, for more information)
may use ...

The Intuitive Heart Discovery Group Program

Henry Reed provided an innovative, hands-on training program at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. in Virignia Beach, Virginia. He creatively custom tailored the program to Cayce's specifications for a spiritual approach to psychic development. Several peer-reviewed reports relative to intuition research were publlished as a result. Participants wanted to take the program home to share with a gathering of friends. The information in this book, never before published in this form, provides the details necessary for a group to enjoy themselves exploring these important discoveries. Folks learn to use intuition together and to navigate the new world coming, where boundaries are but convenient tools. Living and working together in intuitive harmony with each other and the creative life forces becomes the principal ideal. Experience these realities for yourself, in the company of like-minded people who are ready to share in the Intuiitive Heart Discovery Program. Consensual intuition is possible and culturally transformative!

Generation Intuitive

Chapter 12 Intuitive Education One of the most common comments I get from
parents of Gen I kids is that they don ' t fit in very ... Well , obviously our kids must
go to school , but until intuitive studies become part of the national curriculum or ...

Generation Intuitive

The world is changing. Children, more than ever before, are highly sensitive to subtle energies through which they are intuitively and naturally connected to an infinite source of inner wisdom and creativity. Our children are the pioneers of a new way of living. They have a vastly different perception and experience of the world around them. They see a world full of possibility and endless potential. GENERATION INTUITIVE is upon us and it demands a whole new paradigm of parenting. Now, in this straightforward and down-to-earth guide to nurturing and developing your child's natural intuitive gifts. Julie Hamilton explores the significance of intuition in the modern age, highlighting it as one of the most powerful tools for our children to live empowered and successful lives. GENERATION INTUITIVE looks at all the different intuitive 'super-senses' available to our kids, exploring each one individually and providing parents with insights into how they work, and how to nurture and manage them best. Offering practical tools and advice, GENERATION INTUITIVE also features a range of entertaining visualisations, games and exercises to help children tap into their intuition and explore all its wondrous possibilities. GENERATION INTUITIVE equips parents with everything they need to know about caring for an emerging new generation of intuitive kids. As you learn to recognise, understand and nurture your children's unique intuitive gifts, you’ll be helping them build their self-esteem, confidence and creativity, guiding them to make fantastic choices in life and ensuring they reach their full potential and shine!

The Intuitive Sources of Probabilistic Thinking in Children

Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science (ed. by Robert S. Cohen and Marx
W. Wartofsky), Volume XI. 1974, X + 545 pp. Also available as a paperback.
ROBERT S. COHEN and MARx W. WARTOFSKY (eds.), Logical and
Epistemological ...

The Intuitive Sources of Probabilistic Thinking in Children

About a year ago I promised my friend Fischbein a preface to his book of which I knew the French manuscript. Now with the printer's proofs under my eyes I like the book even better than I did then, because of, and influenced by, new experiences in the meantime, and fresh thoughts that crossed my mind. Have I been influenced by what I remembered from the manuscript? If so, it must have happened unconsciously. But of course, what struck me in this work a year ago, struck a responsive chord in my own mind. In the past, mathematics teaching theory has strongly been influenced by a view on mathematics as a heap of concepts, and on learning mathematics as concepts attainment. Mathematics teaching practice has been jeopardised by this theoretical approach, which in its most dangerous form expresses itself as a radical atomism. To concepts attainment Fischbein opposes acquisition of intuitions. In my own publications I avoided the word "intuition" because of the variety of its meanings across languages. For some time I have used the term "constitution of mathematical objects", which I think means the same as Fischbein's "acquisition of intuitions" - indeed as I view it, constituting a mental object precedes its conceptualising, and under this viewpoint I tried to observe mathematical activities of young children.

Handbook of Research Methods on Intuition

In the area of business management, those approaches appear to widely follow a
person's general preference for either intuitive or deliberate decision making.
empirical studies apply standardized questionnaires (e.g., Myers-briggs type ...

Handbook of Research Methods on Intuition

How does one go about studying intuition _ a complex, cross-disciplinary field, which is still developing? How can intuition be captured in situ? How can a researcher harness their own intuition? This book uses method-related themes to help an

The View from Within

Claire Petitmengin - Peugeot The Intuitive Experience - - - - - Throughout the
history of human thought and in every field of knowledge intuition has played an
essential role . It is therefore very surprising that so few studies have been
dedicated ...

The View from Within

Investigating the brain "from the outside" using brain scanning technology, such as PET and fMRI, bring great precision to results. However, examining the "view from within" the brain isn't so easy. This book presents results of investigations, that examines the conscious mind "from the inside."

Ethical Studies

That which tells us what in particular is right and wrong is not reflection but
intuition.' We know what is right in a particular case by what we may call an
immediate judgment, or an intuitive subsumption. These phrases are perhaps not
very ...

Ethical Studies

British Idealist F. H. Bradley (1846-1924) was one of the most distinguished and influential philosophers of his time. He made contributions to metaphysics, moral philosophy and the philosophy of logic. The author of Appearance and Reality (1893), a classic in metaphysics (also reissued in this series), he rejected pluralism and realism. In this polemic, first published in 1876, Bradley argues against the dominant ethical theories of his time. Essays in this book entitled 'Pleasure for Pleasure's Sake' and 'Duty for Duty's Sake' examine and criticise hedonistic utilitarianism and Kantian ethics respectively. Bradley disagreed with individualism, and in 'My Station and its Duties' he discusses the idea that self-realisation can only be found as part of the social organism. This is a classic ethical work that will be valuable both to those studying the ethical theories discussed, and to those interested in the history of philosophy.

The Intuitive Compass

And since then, similar studies have produced similar results. Another study was
conducted in the 1980s, using two thousand managers over a period of two years
.11 This study revealed that executives used intuition like ''explorers'' to ...

The Intuitive Compass

A dynamic new way to understand intuition, already implemented around the world at top companies and business schools Neuroscience shows that instinct has a leading role in complex decision-making, yet imaginative play is the most direct means of activating our creativity and problem-solving abilities. Based on over 20 years of Cholle's wide-ranging professional experience and insights, The Intuitive Compass offers a fascinating new approach to innovative problem-solving, decision-making, and sustainable value creation. Through a concept known as Intuitive Intelligence, Cholle shows how anyone can improve creative brainpower by harnessing the balance between reason and instinct. Explores the tension between linear efficiency and random play, and the synergy between reason and instinct Helps us realize our natural tendencies to think holistically, think paradoxically, notice the unusual, or lead by influence Shows these tenets in action through case studies of the luxury house Hermes, Paris; Google and its paradoxical work culture; Virgin America, and its ability to notice the unusual about what matters for consumers and exert leadership in its industry The Intuitive Compass shows how to thrive within chaos and offers actionable information for reinventing our path to sustainable success.

Two Minds

As everyone knows, intuition is warm and fuzzy, qualitative, not measurable. ...
capital in the form of intuition, followed by rates of return to intuition, studies in
intuitive rationality, the Journal of Intuition and Economics Studies Quarterly, etc.

Two Minds

As everyone knows, intuition is warm and fuzzy, qualitative, not measurable. Economics, on the other hand, is quantitative, and if it is not a hard science, at least it is the "queen of the social sciences." It is, therefore, intuitively obvious, that intuition and economics are as if oil and water. The problem is, what is intuitively obvious is not always correct. And, there are two major reasons why intuition and economics are not like oil and water. First, economics concerns itself with decision making, and decisions are made in the brain. The human brain is the size of a grapefruit, weighing three pounds with approximately 180 billion neurons, each physically independent but interacting with the other neurons. What we call intuition is, like decision making, a natural information processing function of the brain. Second, despite the current emphasis on quantitative analysis and deductive logic there is a rich history of economists speaking about intuition. First, the human brain, specifically the neocortex, has a left and right hemisphere. The specialized analytical style of the left hemisphere and the specialized intuitive style of the right hemispheres complement each other.

Skills for Practice in Occupational Therapy E Book

A few key points can be generalized from these and other studies of a similar
formatin nursing and other professions ... intuitive. thinking. The first major study
of thinking processes in clinical situations was the study of medical problem
solving ...

Skills for Practice in Occupational Therapy E Book

This book is the companion volume to Duncan: FOUNDATIONS FOR PRACTICE IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, 5e and provides a comprehensive guide to the practice applications of the theory base. It is designed to be a "basic and beyond" text, of value to students throughout their studies but also a valuable reference text to clinicians. The sections cover the following essential skills for effective occupational therapy practice: clinical skills, management and leadership skills, evidence-based and research skills, and thinking, judgement and decision-making skills. Links theory and evidence-base, and is also practical Each chapter follows same basic structure (same format as Foundations) Each chapter contains practical examples and/or vignettes New addition of highlight boxes in each chapter gives the main points in bullet format for ease of access to students new to the area Well referenced

Writing on the Wall

in the Destino Colombia study in which dialogue between warring parties and a
certain election outcome lead to an improvement in ... In contrast, our review
demonstrates that studies with an exploratory goal, an intuitive process design ...

Writing on the Wall

Although the significance of '9/11' is subject to debate, it is symbolic of a general sentiment of discontinuity whereby society is vulnerable to undefined and highly disruptive events. Recent catalysts of this sentiment are eye-catching developments such as the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) and bird flu outbreaks, the Enron and Parmalat scandals, political assassinations in Sweden and the Netherlands, regime changes in Iraq and Afghanistan, and terrorist attacks in Bali, Istanbul, Madrid, and various parts of the Middle East. However, recent discontinuities should not be seen as evidence that discontinuities occur more frequently now than they did before. Looking back in history we see that disruptive processes are common. For example, 25 years ago few Europeans would have predicted the upcoming upheavals on their own continent: the collapse of communism, Berlin as the capital of a reunited Germany, the wars in the former Yugoslavia, the single European currency, and the near doubling of the number of European Union member states. Changes elsewhere have been no less discontinuous and unforeseen: the fall of the Asian tigers, the emergence of the Internet and mobile telecommunication, and the presidency of Nelson Mandela. Societal discontinuity is a relatively new area of concern in policy development. Since the 1970s the consideration of change and discontinuity has gained some ground over predictive forecasting, which tended to reason from continuous developments and linear processes. Rather than making forecasting the future, it has become popular to use scenarios as a manner to consider several possible futures. Scenarios are coherent descriptions of alternative hypothetical futures that reflect different perspectives on past, present, and future developments, which can serve as a basis for action. Scenario development aims to combine analytical knowledge with creative thinking in an effort to capture a wide range of possible future developments in a limited number of outlooks. Scenario development assumes that the future is uncertain and the directions in which current developments might range from the conventional to the revolutionary. In theory, scenario development is a way to consider future discontinuity. However, there are indications that the theoretical promise is not reflected in scenario practice. Research has shown that scenarios do not consider the idea of discontinuity as a matter of course. In our research, we found that a scenario study would benefit from efforts to create and foster a 'culture of curiosity' for exploring the future and the possible discontinuities rather than simply commissioning a scenario study to provide insights about the future. Only then can one read the writing on the wall of future developments.

Studies in Applied Interpersonal Communication

These findings were not necessarily expected or intuitive. Consequently, this
study has provided us with greater understanding of how couples engage with
one another during the routine activity of television watching. It also provides one
of ...

Studies in Applied Interpersonal Communication

Studies in Applied Interpersonal Communication offers solutions for communication problems that erupt in our daily lives. By focusing on socially meaningful applied research in communication, this book offers a new direction for interpersonal communication studies. Featuring original studies that are practical and relevant, chapters provide readers with a balanced combination of rigorous research with pragmatic application. This book will generate enthusiasm among students and scholars and inspire future research that moves beyond the theoretical and toward the practical.

The Subtle Body

A set of studies by researcher Dr. Rollin McCraty of the HeartMath Institute in
California, and described in his e-book, The Energetic Heart, ... tHe intuitiVe
Healer There are many forms of psychic abilities used in subtle energy-based
healing.

The Subtle Body

Welcome to the first comprehensive encyclopedia of the human energetic anatomy. Here is a reference that no personal or professional health-care library should be without—an in-depth, illustrated guide to the invisible energies of the spirit, psyche, and consciousness that influence every aspect of our well-being. Whether you are looking for the right complementary medicine to enhance your own healing practice, seeking perennial wisdom about your body’s energetic nature from world traditions, or exploring the quantum edge of intention-based care, The Subtle Body is an indispensible companion for exploring virtually any facet of holistic healing. Created for healing professionals and patients alike, this volume provides a lexicon of terms, illustrations, and detailed entries about our energetic biology and how it relates to our physical being. This invaluable information will help you enhance any form of health care and give you the knowledge you need to develop an integrated approach for your clients’ well-being—or your own. All healers are "energetic" healers, whether they know it or not. Because every health issue has a physical and an energetic component, even a simple physical treatment like bandaging a cut also impacts the body's spiritual, mental, and emotional welfare. The Subtle Body is a comprehensive encyclopedia devoted to the critical world of our invisible anatomy, where so much of healing actually occurs. Compiled by intuitive healer and scholar Cyndi Dale, this 500-page full color illustrated reference book covers: What is the "subtle body"? New scientific understanding of our quantum-state existence and the unseen fields that determine our physical condition True integrative care: how combining Eastern energetic modalities with Western scientific rigor yields optimum results The meridians, fields, and chakras: detailed information and diagrams about the role of these energetic structures in our overall health Energy-based therapy principles from the world's healing traditions--including Ayurveda, Qigong, Reiki, Quabalah, and many more For professionals who want to make the leap from being good healers to great ones, one thing is clear: we need to care for every facet of our well-being. With The Subtle Body, practitioners and patients alike now have an unprecedented resource for understanding the physical, energetic, and spiritual elements of human health--for an informed, complete approach to healing.

The Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies

without intuition there can be no judgement, as ethics must be both intensive and
open in relation to the other in each new ... STUDIES. Bergson's creative
evolution was identified as a paradigm for rebalancing the structureprocess
relation in ...

The Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies

Process approaches to organization studies focus on flow, activities, and evolution, understanding organizations and organizing as processes in the making. They stand in contrast to positivist approaches that see organizations and phenomena as fixed, static, and measurable. Process approaches draw on a range of ideas and philosophies. The Handbook examines 34 philosophers and social theorists, both those commonly linked to process thinking, such as Whitehead, Bergson and James, and those that are not as often addressed from a process perspective such as Dilthey and Tarde. Each chapter addresses the background and context of this thinker, their work (with a focus on the processual elements), and the potential contribution to organization and management research. For students and scholars in the field of Organization Studies this book is an entry point into the work of philosophical thinkers and social theorists for whom the world is far from being a solid place.