A Leap of Perception: How the Intuitive Body Dreams Our Reality, with Penney Peirce


On intuition and sensitivity as  higher intelligence and the power of embodied daydreaming and imagination as creative forces. We speak to Penney Pierce, author of 10 books on intuition and perception, about the importance of honoring one’s body not only as the soul’s only home, but also as the  powerful, intelligent system tapped into the unified field and capable of dreaming our desired realities into physical form– if given a chance.

Penney Peirce is one of the pioneers of the intuition development movement, who has researched and written about  inner energy dynamics, intuition, expanded perception,  dream  work and transformation since the 70s.  Penney is a popular author, lecturer, and trainer who has worked in the US, Japan, Europe, South America, and South Africa for four decades, coaching  business and government leaders, psychologists, scientists, and celebrities. She has been worked with The Center for Applied Intuition, The Intuition Network, The Institute for the Study of Conscious Evolution, and The Arlington Institute, and others. Penney has authored ten books, including  The Intuitive Way, Frequency, and  Leap of Perception. She lives in Ormond Beach, Florida.

More about Penney’s work: www.penneypeirce.com


“Intuition is still not seen as the highest form of perception because we are so addicted to the left brain, to analytical and language oriented perception, which is linear and creates separation between the observed and the observer.  When you move more into the right brain, and into the body, you go into a direct communion? you can’t observe what is happening because you are part of it. You don’t have language anymore, you go into a direct, immersed kind of knowing.”

“At any given moment we are materializing our body and our life based on a combination of love and fear. Love and fear act as filters. They are  like a sieve. The holes are love, it’s how love gets in and makes one smart and beautiful and genuine. The solid parts are the  fear: the rigidity and the contracted, limited belief systems. And because so many of us are attached to the left brain and doing things right and controlling life, our fluidity in the body is limited, and chronic pain and and illness occur. So there is a process we are all in where we are clearing the rigidity and the fear  out of the  way it’s been held on the body. As soon as you clear an emotional blockage, your body opens up. And if you move your body, you start clearing the emotional and mental blockages. It moves both ways- from the non-physical to the physical and vise versa.”

More episodes: www.embodiedway.com

More about host Stefana Serafina’s work with women: www.intuitivedance.org

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