Stop letting the negative voice in your mind create stress and instead start moving toward peace and harmony. Using practical exercises and easy-to-follow techniques, The Intuitive Dance helps you dance with your ego to find inner calm.
Learn how to improve your wellness and happiness as you progress through this book’s three main sections: building, protecting, and clearing your energy. Along the way you’ll discover how to determine your intuitive type, center and ground your energy, and rest fully when you sleep. Explore ways to cut energy cords with negative influences around you, make your living spaces more peaceful, and fill your life with abundance. By changing your inner dialogue and the harmful beliefs that may have been ingrained in childhood, you can live the truth of who you really are.
“[The Intuitive Dance] offers new and creative ways to connect to the inner wisdom we have all been blessed with . . . [it] is truly delightful and intriguing.”—Andrew Harvey, author of The Hope: A Guide to Sacred Activism
“A practical approach to understanding and using common sense to optimize your intuitive wisdom.”—C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, founder and CEO of the National Institute of Holistic Medicine and editor of the Journal of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine
“Brilliantly written and definitely outside the box, The Intuitive Dance is one of the most intriguing books to be written about how to deal with stress and anxiety. Creative, engaging and delightful in its simplicity, you will never look at your ego the same way again.”—Brenda Michaels, author of The Gift of Cancer: A Miraculous Journey to Healing and co-host of Conscious Talk Radio
“With The Intuitive Dance, Atherton Drenth gives us a tour de force of what it means to be a medical intuitive. I was particularly impressed by her helpful advice on how all people can find their way to an advanced level of intuition. I highly recommend this important book to all spiritual seekers.”—Gary Renard, the best-selling author of The Disappearance of the Universe trilogy
Our ego is that little voice that constantly talks in the back of our minds—the all-too-familiar, endless dialogue that taunts and teases us. It colors everything we do, and can be the heart of our stress and anxiety. But what if we learn to work with our ego so that we can enjoy the harmony and balance of life? Atherton Drenth, author of The Intuitive Dance, believes we can—and learn to dance with life in the process.