A big part of my mission is to teach others how to further develop their own intuition which can help them in every part of their lives. Intuition is the part of us that is connected to our higher selves which is still connected to the divine. It is the source of every answer you have been seeking and is what they mean when they say, “Happiness is found from within.” Your intuition knows what you truly desire and the easiest path to get you there. So why don’t we always listen to it? Because sometimes it tells us to do things that scare us like putting ourselves out there in a more open and honest way to the world, letting love in and in doing so, increasing the chance that we might get hurt in the process. Our ego’s job is to keep us right where we are. It wants us to stay comfortable, doesn’t care so much about expansion and tries to convince us that we’re separate from the divine.
Our intuition, which is housed in our hearts is divine. It is the part of us that is God or whatever higher power you believe in. This is a hard thing for many of us to accept. Most of us are taught from an early age that we must revere and worship God, but that we are merely humans when in fact the opposite is true. God loves and worships us as His creation and what he wants above all else is for us to give and receive the highest form of love.
So how do you access this higher part of yourself? There are many ways to do this… Through meditation, prayer, sitting outside in nature, doing yoga, acupuncture, etc. The list goes on and on but all of these tools will only work temporarily unless you commit to doing the real work to more fully step into your highest self. I believe that the key to this opening is through doing the inner work to really get to know yourself and that includes your lightness and your darkness. We are all a duality of light and dark, yin and yang and we can’t avoid facing our shadows if we have any desire to ascend further than where we are right now.
This is what I do with my clients during our coaching calls. We seek guidance from their higher selves through a line of questioning, taking deep breaths to more fully tap in and being honest about what we hear in response. Putting words to what comes up is powerful and sharing this with another loving being in a safe space is what gets the healing really under way. Allowing yourself to be seen and heard for all of your glory and flaws too is so liberating and something that I’ve experienced myself through work with my own coach. When the tears come out we call them healing tears. Is this work easy? Not at all, but it’s what’s necessary to ascend to the next level spiritually and to allow in all the love, money and success we have been striving for all this time but which up until now felt completely out of reach.
If you feel called to reach out to me to start or continue doing this work with someone who gets it and is going through it themselves (because the work is never done), then you can set up a free discovery call with me here. It’s time to commit to doing the work that you came here to do…