Your Inner Guidance, The Path to Discovering Your True Happiness


Throughout this book, readers are encouraged to connect their own inner voice for wisdom and guidance. The words Paul shares in this, his first book, come from a deep place within his consciousness and the larger consciousness we can all access but rarely do.


The topics cover a wide range of areas people usually have questions about: emotions, thoughts, intending an allowing, trust, synchronicity, and others. For each of the 13 chapters, Paul first shares his thoughts and knowledge about the topic, then moves into sharing what his Inner Voice has to say.


There’s a lot of compassion as well as inspiration that is grounded into practical applications of the wisdom shared. Your Inner Guidance can be read straight-through or the book could be opened at random for a simple dipping-in during the day or for a morning focus or the basis of meditation or journaling. No matter how you use this book, I suspect you’ll find yourself visiting it more than once.


Krysta Gibson, Publisher New Spirit Journal, 4/12/21




Author Paul Hudon, was an unlikely person to write a book. Trained as a carpenter he jokes that he couldn’t wait to get through English to get the wood shop in high school. But when he began hearing his inner voice and listening to its message he had to put it in writing, not just for himself but to share with others.


For those who are already readers of new age and self-help books, hearing about an “inner voice” or a guide guide is familiar terminology. For others, the term listening to instinct is probably a better word.


Throughout history people have learned to trust their instincts and sometimes disregard it to their regret. For Hudon listening to his inner voice began after he began reading about spirituality and enlightenment. One morning when he was writing in his journal he heard a loving voice answering his questions. These answers are what he shares in “Your Inner Guidance, The Path to Discovering Your True Happiness.”


Chapters are written in and answer format, as if the author was in the interviewing his inner guide. Readers of self-help literature have heard about these topics before but perhaps in a different way. “Your Inner Guidance” may offer something new and will certainly provide reinforcement to what you have already learned.


Arlene Shovald, The Mountain Guide 4/7/21