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What if you could live your life in partnership with divinity, using your intuition as your guide? According to Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D., and Caroline Myss - such a life is possible. In fact, it is the life that mystics have chosen throughout history, and only one thing is required: the willingness to completely surrender to divine instruction. Now Caroline Myss and Dr. Estes - two of the country's leading intuitives and bestselling authors - are together for the first time on audio with Intuition and the Mystical Life.
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By Doaa on 03-20-14

Intuition and the Mystical Life

I was reluctant to get the book due to the somewhat negative reviews, but my passion to hear the two ladies over took, and I regret NOT buying the book. In fact, for me it was perfect timing. The two ladies are awesome, they have beautiful poetry going back and forth between them while they talked about women intuition. I absolutely love this material. Already listened to it, three times in fact. I recommend it. And I think the presentation transcends nationality and religion, as it speaks to the soul as well as the mind.

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By Betty on 05-04-09

A little "precious" for my taste.

Ivory Tower Mysticism?

I like both Myss, and Pinkola-Estes; however togther.. not so much.
I felt like I was listening in on a mutual admiration love fest, and mysticism was secondary. I expected this book to have more substance, and relevence to the average person but it came across as cliquish.

"Intuition for well off women who were raised by perfect parents"

Both women went to Catholic school, neither are First Nations, and because *they* were not abused, are completely dismissive of the atrocities that occured within the auspices of
the Catholic Church.
I expected more from them.

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By Alex on 05-05-16

very good

wish there was more of these two in conversation. the stories bring this to life

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By soccermum on 11-07-17

a beautiful, enrichening sharing between 2 of the most insightful & nurturing wise women of our times

this shared interview between Caroline & Clarissa of how they discovered & tap into their uniquely given ways of walking through & in different worlds is alive & full of wisdom. The wonderful blend of Caroline's incisive navigation & the melody of Clarissa's voice like a cradling sea, takes the listener to that other shore they've wanted to reach.

I particularly enjoyed almost eavesdropping on how the 2 came to some incredible new self-realzations, & stories shared about special times with grandmothers & nuns.
Their words spoke to me directly in the place I now find myself...such is its special quality & that or the 2 women
I don't think I need to recommend it as this will find those who need to listen to it by itself!

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By waterwench on 12-04-17

Utterly superb until...religion!

Having read and listened to so much of Ms Esteves works, I was thoroughly enjoying and deeply engrossed in this reading until religion reared up into both orators words. In this ever evolving and growing world the ways and views of organised religions has to be reigned in. The lack of knowing how to utter a prayer is not the ‘sin’ the ‘sin’ is firmly believing a ‘parent’ has been neglectful by not teaching their child a prayer or how to pray. If the second part of this reading had not been so laced with ‘god’ and religion I would have enjoyed this reading and embraced far more than I did. Her shock at the, not knowing how to pray, is nothing compared to my shock that the lack of prayer would shock her.

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