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Intuitive Imagery

By Susan E. Mehrtons, John B. Pehrson

Routledge – 1997 – 220 pages

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    978-0-7506-9805-4
    May 29th 1997

Description

Intuitive Imagery puts the discoveries of modern science to work through a
simple, proven technology to meet the challenges of our fast-paced changing world. This book shows you how to harness the wisdom of your inner images to achieve peak performance in both business and personal life. Results include greater creativity, better decision making, enhanced productivity, the unlocking of blocked potential, accelerated learning, increased success, and a sense of greater well-being. Learning to use intuitive imaging is like finding a new set of lenses through which to view the world. It helps us change our beliefs about how we know what we know so we can begin to restructure how we do what we do.

John B. Pehrson is president of Creative Change Technologies, a training and consulting firm to individuals and organizations focusing in the areas of creativity, deep team building, and executive coaching. John is a former executive with DuPont and has over 20 years of broad international business experience that includes business and technology management, strategic planning, product development, manufacturing, sales and marketing. He lives in Signal Mountain, TN.

Susan E. Mehrtons is president of The Potlatch Group, a research organization specializing in analysis of business trends related to global evolution and social change. Her clients range from Fortune 500 companies like AT&T, DuPont, General Motors, and Sears to smaller businesses, schools, and private foundations such as The Institute of Noetic Sciences and the World Business Academy. Sue is the co-author of Earthkeeping, an ecology text, and The Fourth Wave, a vision of business in the 21st century. She lives in Mineola, NY.

Reviews

'This book is a powerful key for individuals who want to unlock their own treasure chest and bring forth their unique personal richness.' John Hormann, author and consciousness-researcher
'I predict that techniques of intuitive imagery will form the basis for an entire new industry in the twenty-first century. Those who carefully study and apply the knowledge presented in this book will be well-equipped for the challenges that lie ahead.' Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD., President, Institution Network, author, The Roots of Consciousness
'The authors of this book are not merely hypothesizing about the importance of intuition, but describing the details of actual research and application using a powerful and repeatable intuitive methodology in real-life situations. These folks mean business and they've proven that it's a resource that really works!' Henry Reed, PhD., Professor of Transpersonal Studies, Atlantic University, author, Exercises for Your Intuitive Heart.

Contents

Part One - Background; Introduction; The emerging world; The science behind intuitive imagery; Part Two - What is Intuitive Imagery?; Intuition and imagery; Intuitive imagery; Part Three - How to Use Intuitive Imagery; Intuitive imaging formula; Imaging guidelines; Guidelines on interpreting images; Working with power symbols; Obstacles and how to handle them; Part Four - Examples of the Use of Intuitive Imagery; Using intuitive imagery in daily living; Business uses of intuitive imagery; Conclusion; Appendix 1 - Where are you?; Appendix 2 - Relaxation exercises and affirmations; Appendix 3 - Resources for interpreting images; Appendix 4 - Intuitive imaging steps; Appendix 5 - Tips for doing intuitive imagery; Appendix 6 - Guidelines for interpreting images; Appendix 7 - Resources for further study and information.

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