This is another book I picked up because its title intrigued me. Being someone who believes very much in intution and instinct, I wanted to see what sThis is another book I picked up because its title intrigued me. Being someone who believes very much in intution and instinct, I wanted to see what someone who seemed to be studying such things had to say. As a result, some of the astounding results were not so astounding to me...but it was nice to know that people out there do study these things. It was also nice to know that all of us can be thrown off from our own natural intuition and instinct under the right (or perhaps wrong) circumstances.
While none of the findings or stories were entirely incredible to me, because my life is full of its own seeming impossibilities, I still truly enjoyed the findings and the stories and the backup for the notion that sometimes you can just know and there's nothing wrong with that.
I really enjoyed the stories and theories in this book. Especially the Coke/Pepsi anecdote. I've always been a Coke girl, and while I've gone through Pepsi phases, mostly when I had no other option, I've never been able to handle it the same way. I don't want to spoil it for you, so all I'll see is it was an eye-opening little snippet. And it made a lot of sense....more