Choquette, Sonia
March 2001
Mothering;Mar/Apr2001, Issue 105, p78
Focuses on the ways to awake and express intuition. Difference between good and bad vibes; Creation of code words; Involvement of children in identifying and expressing intuitive experiences.


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