Your Inner GPS

Finding Clarity with the Five Disciplines of Thought.

"Among the many thoughts that go around in your head every day, there is information hidden that has a different quality. I call them transrational thoughts. Through them our inner GPS is revealed. Unfortunately, most people have never learned to recognize them and to link them well with the rational mind. This leads to disorientation, difficulties in making decisions or a subtle sense of not being on track."

This book brings clarity.

In this book, Vivian Dittmar introduces the five disciplines of thought for the first time: inspiration, intuition, heart intelligence, reason and intention. She explains how they differ, what is the function of the individual disciplines, how they interact and, above all, how they can be recognized and developed.

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  • What is the difference between a normal thought and a real insight?
  • How can you tell when your intuition is speaking to you?
  • Does it really make sense to decide solely on the basis of reason - or purely according to the famous gut feeling?
  • How do you listen to your heart and is that really always the best advisor?

 

Release date English version: summer 2020

ISBN 978-3-940773-04-3
ebook ISBN 978-3-940773-14-2

 

This book is currently also being translated to Spanish.

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Rendezvous with Death - A dialogue between Life and Death

Vivian Dittmar herself fell ill with Covid-19 and talks about her own story, as well as that of her mother and grandmother. She wishes that we, as global society, reflect on the relationship between life and death and hopefully are able to find a new approach to it.

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"Befriending Fear" - Conversation with Charles Eisenstein

In this conversation, part of Charles Eisensteins’ podcast series „A New and Ancient Story: The Podcast“, Charles and Vivian talk about the collective global field of uncertainty, the dynamics of birth and death, and the opportunity that Covid offers to befriend fear and follow its evolutionary power.

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