Book Endorsements & Reviews
Leap of Perception is a work of unbridled imagination that offers great guidance amidst the accelerated transformation of our times. Penney Peirce suggests we have entered the Intuitive Age when [we] can use the powers of the nonphysical dimensions to create anything in our solid world. She unmasks the power of human creativity and offers very impressive simple and potent mastery techniques. Leap of Perception is a must-read for anybody who desires total freedom and unlimited creativity.
—Barbara Hand Clow, author of Awakening the Planetary Mind: Beyond the Trauma of the Past to a New Era of Creativity
Penney Peirce points to the truism that the limit of our power of perception is equal to the limit of all there is to perceive, which is vast, limitless. Perception is a function of our nonmaterial being, and this book is nothing less than a powerful introduction to that aspect of our selves. With wisdom and clarity, Leap of Perception is a wonderful gift for the exploration of consciousness.
—Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Life Visioning
In Leap of Perception, Penney Peirce — one of my favorite intuitive guides — goes further and deeper in weaving together the invisible and visible domains, giving us an inspiring and practical handbook for cultivating what she calls ‘new human abilities.’ If you’ve sensed that there is indeed more to life than meets the eye, this book will help you make the mystical ‘normal.’
—Steve Bhaerman, co-author (with Bruce Lipton) of Spontaneous Evolution, and alter ego of cosmic comic Swami Beyondananda
As we move from local to global thinking, our brains are physically evolving from a dominant left-hemisphere, sequential kind of processing to a right-hemisphere, big picture perspective. Leap of Perception describes for us the thought process that manages and integrates these two functions. But Penney Peirce’s vision takes us even further, into a highly expanded, new intuitive perception as well—the answer to the brain freeze and overwhelm we struggle with in these technological times.
—Charlotte A. Tomaino, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist and author of Awakening the Brain: The Neuropsychology of Grace
With humility, skill, compassion, and generosity, Penney Peirce shares her process for recognizing, comprehending, navigating, and synthesizing profound spiritual awareness with our intimate, tangible humanity — and just in time to facilitate our transformation here at the dawn of the Age of Intuition! This book is a powerful and practical resource for individual growth in these times of true need.
—Linda Howe, author of How to Read the Akashic Records
Penney is a cool woman with a brilliant yet simple grasp on an impossible subject to describe in human terms, which I call the "Frequency of the Quantum Multiverse." I was compelled to create an entire sequence around her in my film, Discover The Gift. Now, in Leap of Perception, she gives us both the insight and tools required to unleash the pure potential of human creativity and unlocks one of the greatest mysteries of our time — the power of our mind to manifest infinite possibilities. This profound book quite simply gives you the keys to the kingdom of your dreams.
—Demian Lichtenstein, Film Producer/Director/Writer and Cocreator of Discover the Gift
STARRED REVIEW FROM PUBLISHERS WEEKLY:
What is the perception of the future? And how do we get there now?” Peirce (The Intuitive Way) focuses on these questions, less intent on how people might view the future and more concerned with exploring how people will use perceptual processes in an evolving world. This final book in Peirce’s transformation trilogy is a timely model for intuition development in accelerated times. She offers a coherent and practical guide to understanding and navigating the stages, symptoms, and processes of transforming perception so that people come to understand “how everything is made of consciousness-and-energy, how everything vibrates at varying frequencies, and how the physical and non-physical worlds are really one unified field.” To transform your perceptual process is simply to make it more conscious, she argues—and this is as easy as focusing attention differently, a process the author clearly lays out. Peirce satisfyingly distills a complex subject into approachable reading, providing numerous “Try This!” exercises that allow the reader to absorb the book’s content through both left- and right-brain knowing.