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Trust What You Get ~Lisa Wechtenhiser

No more Guessing!  In this practical guide, find out how to bring your natural intuition into consciousness and learn to use it on demand.

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Trusting the messages I am receiving presently is very hard for me.  Swollen joints, heel pain, headaches and just plain tiredness were not on my To – Do List.  Were these really things I was asking for?  I was thrilled to win a copy of Lisa’s book on her blog giveaway at Practical Intuitive.

This book has helped me to trust the message and start healing.

Lisa has been a blogging friend for awhile now, and has given me good advice about developing Wise Ears my Professional Listening Services Site, directing me towards understanding money issues in my life, and getting a good business class into my noggin.  In other words, Lisa has helped me learn how to trust and hear my intuition.

Trust Me! The book begins with some good definitions of what intuition is, how to listen and hear, how to connect with your higher self and that voice while at the same time deleting those deceptive messages from your ego or habits that are not relevant but just keep running through you mind.  Lisa is very practical, thus her tips and suggestions are grounded, normal behaviors that you just might need reconnection with and practice.

This book does what it proposed to do and with humor and interesting examples and stories. I liked that the book was not 300 pages and much more plain spoken. I think the author must have a twinkle in her eye at all times and certainly a welcoming smile.  I trust what she has to say.

While reading the book, I clearly understood that I had made a mistake with the newsletter program that I have picked for my business site.  That the struggle I had been having was from jumping too big and trying too hard.  I needed more baby steps in between.  This book and the exercises pulled me back from my fanciful day dreams into a workable, practical reality that I could handle.  I am learning to ask different and new questions.

This book is a trust fund of valuable information.

I can highly recommend this guide book to you and think it would make a great gift for others who might be in the decision making process or need to get connected to their own “common sense”.  I think young adults who are making big decisions that will make big differences in their futures would very much benefit from this practical guide.

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Even more fun – the book is on sale this month from Practical Intuitive.

I was not asked to review this book; I did receive a copy from a random drawing held on the website. I will not receive any compensation or beans in my bucket.

How do you practice listening to your guides and common sense?  Is it just a natural gift or do you have to work at it?  Is your intuition working for you? How do you trust that you are hearing the right voice?

If you liked what you read here you might also enjoy exploring my other sites Biking Architect and Wise Ears.

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10 Responses to “Trust What You Get ~Lisa Wechtenhiser”

  1. Lisa at Practically Intuitive Says:

    Patricia, thank you so so much for this lovely write up! I really do try to that the mystery out of using your intuition in every day life because we all can use it, no matter where we are or what we’re doing.

    I’ve been living my life almost 100% by my intuitive sense and I find when I go off track on something, it’s because I DIDN’T listen to my own higher self and my guides and teachers in spirit.

    Thank you again! :) You’re a peach!
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    patricia Reply:

    Its a great book Lisa and very Practical advice – that I can use everyday.

    I am so happy I am not a watermelon!

  2. Hilary Says:

    Hi Patricia .. I think I just wait for the pieces to apparently fall into place .. ie I mull things around in my head – time will pass, things will change, life’s requirements changes … but eventually the things click into place.

    I’ve been assimilating life while my mother has been ill – I’ve never written (as in author-type writing) before, I don’t have a degree, I was not good in school and only just made schooling to 18, my blog developed slowly and surely, it seems to resonate …

    … but where could I take it … eventually I have found out. It is so reassuring to know that now I can actually start doing the small steps – and in fact that fell into place too – people have asked me to write – shocks me somewhat!

    I’ve learnt so much from being amongst so many bloggers and just slowly absorbing information and am so glad I haven’t jumped in the deep end to be flushed out a while later .. I’ve always been a muller – with a strong sense of determination ..

    Perhaps that shows the Capricorn in me – sure of foot, but can jump and move up!!

    Cheers – well done on your personal moves – you’re always out there looking … but I agree with Lisa’s words ” That the struggle I had been having was from jumping too big and trying too hard. I needed more baby steps in between. ”

    Great post – thanks for the recommendation .. Hilary
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    patricia Reply:

    Hilary,
    You are describing here your practical intuition in how you operate and yes mulling is important..This quide book helped me to learn to listen to the mulling and then make it useful…

    Yep those baby steps are truly important….

    I just did two days of nothing by the healing exercises and meditation and wow am I feeling better – more hopeful, but it took a few reminder jolts to get me to stop and do the work – slowly and carefully

    A great resource – Lisa’s words

  3. susan Says:

    Hi Patricia! Sounds like an interesting read. Since I started meditating (decades ago) it seems to help me know what my intuition is telling me, rather than all the monkey mind voices bombarding me all the time. I really believe it is in the stillness when intuition really kicks in – at least it works for me.
    Hugs
    Susan

    patricia Reply:

    Susan,
    An interesting read in deed and she has some great ideas that can strengthen the read and understanding of what you receive during meditation. I am busy adding this info to my pain relief sessions too ….Lisa is just great to connect to also..

  4. Laurie Buchanan Says:

    Patricia – I’ve just added the book to my “must read” list. Thank you for the recommendation.

    patricia Reply:

    Laurie,
    It is a good one… you will enjoy it I am sure…Lisa’s blog is quite delightful too – I love her pod casts…5 mins of practical goodness :)

  5. Jannie Funster Says:

    Hi Patricia, any author described with a twinkle in her eye at all times is very intriguing to me.

    This sounds GREAT, and I want to learn more. I will be clicking over after I post this.

    Glad you learned maybe you were taking on too much at once, I think we all fall into that from time to time.

    And you still ask such great questions. I shall attempt to now answer to the best of my knowledge and ability…

    ow do you practice listening to your guides and common sense? Usually.

    Is it just a natural gift or do you have to work at it? have to “work” at it mostly.

    Is your intuition working for you? Yes, I think so.

    How do you trust that you are hearing the right voice? If it’s a voice that lets me realize I’m just fine the way I am, and that if whatever I do is love-based, I’m on the right track!

    xoxo
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    patricia Reply:

    Love based, right track, and being fine just as you are – must be turned on and tuned in Jannie

    Thanks for the comment always wonderful to find you gracing these shores :)