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Month: October 2012

Stepping Up

Posted in Create Abundance, Live Your Passions, and Trust The Universe

My very own Waratah grown in Pemberton (they only occur naturally in eastern Australia) Soak up the powerful energy!

Are you feeling called by life to step into or up to a more authentic version of you?

I am. Aaagh!

It’s a bit scary but ready or not, here I AM.

I’m ready to own my intuitive gifts as a woman working in the healing arts.  There, I said it.

Every client who comes to see me gets to experience my intuition through the information I share with them (which is often from their inner selves) during a session.  This so-called “information” comes as messages that seem to pop into my mind out of the blue, but upon confirmation through muscle testing, almost always trigger recognition or a “yes, that’s true” response in the person I am working with.

Now, having come from a background valuing university qualifications, scientific proof and quantifiable evidence, this intuitive caper has taken me many years to warm up to.  So much so that now, even four years after I first began sensing through my work as a kinesiologist, that I was receiving information that allowed me to help people more effectively and efficiently, I still double and sometimes triple check that the message is accurate by observing the physical sensation I am getting through my hand.

So, although this is a service I am providing every time I work with someone, so far I haven’t promoted my intuitive skills in any of my promotional materials or advertisements.  Well, that’s about to change because I sat down today and re-wrote my last newspaper ad so that it is clear to all who read it that I have this ability and that it enhances my work.

I’m ready for this next step and expect that I will attract a whole new group of people wanting to see me.  How wonderful it will feel to meet a new client knowing they see me in all my authentic glory!

It’s all about divine timing my friends.  Sooner or later you might feel this nudge, push or shove onto a bigger stage.

My best advice is to take a deep breath and STEP UP! There is nothing to fear here but having not tried.  We are here to be ourselves, fully, absolutely, no excuses, ourselves!

It feels true to me that when we come to the end of our lives, we have more regrets about what we didn’t do than what we did.

I see your light,

Tricia

Just Begin…

Posted in Live Your Passions, and Self-Care and Self-Healing

Springtime wisteria at my parent-in-law’s house

Ooh, I love this time of the year.  The sun is coming up earlier and shining stronger,  I seem to need at least one hour less sleep each night than I do during the winter months, I am waking naturally at around 6.00 and feeling ready to get up at 6.30 (it takes me a while to get motoring).

And…for the first time in my fifteen years of being a yoga devotee I am doing a bit of yoga when I first wake up (most days). This has been a goal of mine – well, maybe a vague desire – for ages and ages but I never seem to feel like doing yoga first thing in the morning.

I now realise why this has never happened for me until now.  My mind had created all these over-the-top expectations of what “Tricia’s home yoga practice” should look and feel like.  I was missing the whole point of yoga.  For me, yoga is gentle, meditative and a part of my spiritual life.  I wonder how I allowed my mind to turn it into something hard, demanding and unpleasant? Oh the wondrous ways we get in the way of our own health and happiness!

What I have discovered is that if I just go and roll out my yoga mat and go into a gentle pose of the child with my arms outstretched in front, the next move just seems to flow from there.  It’s quite intuitive – being half asleep helps with this – I just move from one pose to another smoothly and slowly.  I may spend ten minutes or thirty minutes doing this, the time doesn’t matter.  What matters is that I enjoy this time and I start the day feeling more relaxed in my body and calm in my mind.

The key is, just make a start.  Release expectations, goals and pressure to perform.  Just begin….see where it leads.

This applies to anything we have an inkling we might like to start doing more of, or begin learning for the first time in our lives.  BEGIN.

Nothing is truly difficult when we have a passion for it.  Sure, it takes time to become an accomplished musician, painter, writer, dancer, athlete, or cook.  When it’s enjoyable, the time slips away effortlessly.  Be child-like in your innocent endeavour.

Lovely weekend to all,

Tricia