Sharon Franquemont

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Sharon Franquemont is among the pioneers who established a graduate program in intuition at John F. Kennedy University. For more than 25 years, she has taught individuals, couples, and organizations how to channel their intuitive powers for better health and communication. Sharon Franquemont is the author of the Do It Yourself Intuition Workbook; and You Already Know What to Do.

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Intuition Travels on Love

Tami Simon speaks with Sharon Franquemont, an intuition expert who has taught individuals, couples, and organizations how to channel their intuitive gifts, and helped establish the first graduate program in intuition at John F. Kennedy University. With Sounds True, Sharon has created several audio programs, including You Already Know What to Do and Intuition: Your Electric Self. In this episode, Tami talks with Sharon about the nature of intuitive knowing and how it relates to the ground of being, why intuition is now being taken so seriously in the field of nursing, how to work with intuition when you’re suffering from an illness, and Sharon’s advice for cultivating radical intuition. (52 minutes)

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