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If you’re struggling to stay positive, you’re not alone.
The pace of change and the nonexistent norm make us feel off-balance, burned out, and disconnected. Despite your best efforts to keep up, the pace accelerates, and the finish line moves further away. Stop running. Trust Your Animal Instincts reveals how to recharge your life and spark positivity through your own limitless source of power.
Trust Your Animal Instincts book was honored with the 2020 Nautilus Award for igniting spiritual growth, conscious living, and positive social change. Former Nautilus winners include esteemed authors contributing to sustainable living like Deepak Chopra, Desmond Tutu, Lynne McTaggart, Eckhart Tolle, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
"As informative and inspiring as it is 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, Trust Your Animal Instincts: Recharge Your Life & Ignite Your Power is a potentially life-changing, life-enhancing, life-celebrating instructional guide and manual. If you're struggling to stay positive in this time of Covid, economic distress, and social unrest, you're not alone. While especially and unreservedly recommended for both community and college/university library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that this book is also readily available in a digital book format."
— Midwest Book Review
Exhausted from trying to please everyone, including herself, Tabitha Scott quit her job, gave away most of her belongings, and lived near a remote jungle in Costa Rica. Teetering between the wilderness there and the jungle back home, clarity and freedom emerged, along with a passion to share her insights with others.
- Identify personal insulators, harmful pressures, and negativity leading to burnout
- Reconnect to your intuition for direction and renewed purpose
- Defend against energetic attacks and maintain positivity
- Learn how to reignite your life and tap into unbridled joy and unconditional love
There’s no need to travel across the world to discover your personal power — just take a journey through this book.
5 Stars: If you have lived your life doing what others wanted and ignoring your own desires, Then this book is for you. Not only will you learn about how beliefs, morals, and interests have run your life. You will also learn how to undo the "shoulds" that others have placed you...As I read I could only agree and remember how others also influenced me to do things that maybe weren't in my interest. I think we all go through this in our lives. The absolutely best thing about Ms Scotts book is there are parts that are workbook oriented and are there for you to begin the healing journey for yourself. It can be done and I found myself remembering in my daily life to stop and think about my actions. Making sure they are mine, not my training.
—Patrick Carmen, NetGalley Independent Review
I have spent the last 26 years in a job that has required me to travel overseas 12-14 days a month. Needless to say the need to have a positive attitude and outlook is critical. This book by Tabitha Scott is an excellent resource for those needing ideas to remain positive in a world full of distractions and demands. This book is the vaccine needed for people looking to add energy and life to their busy schedules. We all feel the distractions and demands of life. In this book you will find countless ideas on how to cope with these life pressures and be more positive and upbeat throughout all life’s situations. Easy to read and fun too. I’d highly recommend.
—Lindy, Commercial PIlot
5 Stars: Tabitha Scott is a true storyteller having that special gift of engaging you in a way that you feel like you are watching a movie. Reading her book reminded me of Forrest Gump many times, one of my favorite movies! On several occasions I was reminded of stories from all the women in my life’s childhoods including my wife and both my girls. Tabitha is the “Every Woman” and is very relatable. Even as a man... her life recollections remind me of several events with my sister and myself.
— Adam Gaines, IT Executive