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,