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Michael Jaco author of Intuitive Warrior

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Photobucket Michael Jaco served as a Navy SEAL for 24 years, and through his extensive mental and physical training, along with his experiences in combat, Michael learned the immense power of his thoughts, emotions and intuition. In his new book, "The Intuitive Warrior: Lessons from a Navy SEAL on Unleashing Your Hidden Potential" Michael describes his experiences in the military to illustrate how the perceptive powers he awakened through training and combat not only saved lives, but also enriched the other aspects of his life. Jaco says people can use their thoughts to influence their environment. Inspired by research in quantum physics and an interest in science, history and spirituality, Jaco says thinking and projecting love helped him thwart attacks during his military career. When he returned from combat, he realized these practices could be applied by anyone to improve everyday life. “Intuition is inherent in all of us,” Jaco says. “No matter who you are, you can tap into your perception and awareness to make it work for you.” Jaco served as a Navy SEAL with distinction for 24 years and saw combat in Operation “Just Cause.” Over the course of his career, he earned various ribbons and medals, including three Navy Commendation Medals. Jaco was also an expert at creating training courses, developing the first combat fighting course and the first climbing course for the SEAL teams. After his retirement from the Navy, Jaco started a training organization to teach people tactical awareness skills. He also works as an independent security contractor protecting government officials overseas. Jaco currently lives in Elgin, S.C., with his wife and two children. To learn more, please visit www.michaeljaco.com.

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