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Penney Peirce

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Penney Peirce is the author of a series of popular guidebooks: Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity; Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration; Leap of Perception: The Transforming Power of Your Attention; The Intuitive Way: The Definitive Guide to Increasing Your Awareness; Dreams for Dummies (out of print); Dream Dictionary for Dummies; and The Present Moment: A Daybook of Clarity and Intuition (out of print).

She is also the author of a series of eBooks: The Present Moment: A Daybook of Clarity and Intuition; Be the Dreamer Not the Dream: A Guide to 24-Hour Consciousness; and Bits & Pieces 1, 2, and 3.

Penney is a gifted clairvoyant empath and visionary, as well as a popular lecturer, counselor, and trainer. She sp
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Penney Peirce I don't have writers' block. If I have a deadline, I work toward it. If I'm writing in my journal, I do it because I want to. I try to intersperse the…moreI don't have writers' block. If I have a deadline, I work toward it. If I'm writing in my journal, I do it because I want to. I try to intersperse the kind of concentration it takes to write with physical activity and other kinds of attention. That seems to keep me on an even keel.(less)
Penney Peirce I might go back to Jane Austen's day, move near her, and encourage her to have more faith in her writing, and perhaps she might have remained healthie…moreI might go back to Jane Austen's day, move near her, and encourage her to have more faith in her writing, and perhaps she might have remained healthier. It would be fun to act as a bit of a rabble-rouser to see what other books she might have written had she been encouraged to be more free-spirited.(less)
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Frequency: The Power of Per...

3.86 avg rating — 2,944 ratings — published 2009 — 17 editions
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The Intuitive Way: A Guide ...

4.03 avg rating — 415 ratings — published 1997 — 17 editions
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Leap of Perception: New Att...

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Dream Dictionary for Dummies

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Transparency: Seeing Throug...

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Dreams for Dummies

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Frequência vibracional

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The Present Moment: A Daybo...

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Penney Peirce’s 2021 Oracle Letter

So many people I talk to are wiping the sweat from their brow concerning the end—finally—to the most difficult year they’ve probably experienced in their whole life. In the physical world we lost loved ones, jobs, income, homes, businesses, and opportunities. Our health was under constant threat. It’s ironic that what materialized in our physical reality was so constrained and tight yet was counte Read more of this blog post »
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Happy Money by Ken Honda
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A simple, clean perspective on the heart of money. Nothing too sophisticated, but very real and down to earth!
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Anna, Grandmother of Jesus by Claire Heartsong
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I enjoyed this channelled book about the Essenes and the entire life of Jesus, including his initiations in India, Egypt, and Great Britain. Whether it's true or not, I felt a strong resonance; have always known I was with the Essenes, and so much of ...more
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The Soul of Money by Lynne Twist
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Here is a clear, transformation-oriented understanding of a new way to work with money. Lynne has so much experience with using money to help shift people's attitudes from scarcity to plenty—around the world, and she has gone through her own transfor ...more
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Rules of Prey by John Sandford
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This is the first of Sandford's Lucas Davenport detective mysteries, and I really enjoyed it. I've read so many of them now I can't keep the titles straight, but this was a great first step into his mystery-writing career and the development of his c ...more
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“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. Harold Whitman”
Penney Peirce, Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration

“We live in a culture of secrecy, where hiding and lying are accepted as natural, even though we don’t like it. We want honesty, transparency, and authenticity in our loved ones, our groups and organizations, and in our own self so we can reach the heights of our capacity. By clinging to the opaque reality we stall our evolution.”
Penney Peirce, Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity

“Being stuck in negativity is caused by four things: low personal vibration, improper use of willpower, not working harmoniously with waves and cycles, and not being fully present and aware in each moment.”
Penney Peirce, Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration

“It’s so interesting how transparency works. Not only can you see yourself when you open, relax, show up fully, and allow vulnerability to be natural, but that empowers others to see more of you—and of themselves. On the other hand, when you’re open, exposed, and undefended without even trying, you can see through layers of interference or illusions of opacity in people and situations that used to stop you. You have Superman’s X-ray vision!" —from Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity”
Penney Peirce, Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity

“I absolutely know that you can, under your own steam, dissolve the shell that separates you from a higher experience of Self and a much better life. You don't need gurus or to be catapulted into super-natural experiences by dramatic events — you are becoming such a high-frequency being right here in your physical body, that what used to be meta-physical, trans-personal, and para-normal is now almost ordinary." —from Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration”
Penney Peirce, Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration

“We live in a culture of secrecy, where hiding and lying are accepted as natural, even though we don’t like it. We want honesty, transparency, and authenticity in our loved ones, our groups and organizations, and in our own self so we can reach the heights of our capacity. By clinging to the opaque reality we stall our evolution.”
Penney Peirce, Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity

“Every piece of clutter you dissolve back into clear light allows your higher inner blueprint, your soul’s destiny, to translate fluidly and accurately into the form of your life. The clearer you become, the easier it is to evolve along with the planet—with no snags, stuckness, or suffering. This is the act of becoming transparent.”
Penney Peirce, Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity

“When you see through a defense mechanism, you don’t stop at the intimidating behavior but go right on into the underlying misperception about life and through that to the path back to harmony. When you see through people’s fear-based actions, motives, and secrets, you’re really aiming for their sweet vulnerability, inner beauty, and magnificence—and you find their soul.”
Penney Peirce, Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity

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