I have been told that my range is amazing. It’s an interesting life, one foot in the world of logic, and the other in the world of ‘woo-woo.’
A client called for Past Life Regression last week. As I intuitively led her meditation, my logical mind noted that I had never used this meditation before. It’s not so unusual; I have a knack for tuning in to what people need in the moment.
As she connected into the first experience, I was aware it had some different qualities than I hear with most PLR’s. It became obvious to me that she wasn’t dealing with a past life; she was meeting one of her guides! A few open questions later, and she told me this wasn’t her and it was, indeed, a guide.
Her second connection resulted in discovering another guide, along with some beautiful wisdom that she needed in the moment.
On the third connection, a past life figure showed up, and that concluded our session.
What was going on for me was quite interesting. It didn’t matter that my client had gotten more than she expected, I was frustrated with the experience.
After all, I’ve put a great deal of money and time into high-quality training so I can be seen as a competent professional. The logical side of me would love to simply stow the intuitive in a trunk somewhere, lock the lid, and never let it out.
I mean, really, I don’t even understand what I do, so how can I explain it to someone else? This is what that conversation looks like inside my head:
I channel, but that’s not really what I do. I’m a multi-sensory mystic (I see, hear, sense, feel, and sometimes even taste and smell things that others can’t perceive) but that’s not really what I do either. As best I can figure, the biggest part of what I do is act as an amplifier so my clients can hear their own guidance. I don’t know anyone else who does this, and I don’t even know what it’s called!
It’s really hard being me when I analyze it.
On the other hand, the intuitive side is so deliciously rewarding! People get answers to questions they have carried, sometimes for decades, in just a few minutes. They meet their guides (usually during coaching, but apparently it happens other times, too!) and experience profound insights into living their best life.
I do not give my clients answers; that is not my job. I facilitate your access to your own answers, whether it is through an inward journey, a connection to the Infinite Beyond, or the awareness that those are really the same thing. In essence, that is the heart of coaching, yet most of what I do to facilitate the access has nothing to do with what I actually say. It seems to be an innate gift of my soul to amplify the soul of another, so you can hear yourself, hear your guidance, actually experience those messages you have been seeking.
I even help people without having to do anything. There are those who hear their guides simply by being in the same room with me. Amplification without Effort… What could be better?
Yes, the doing of it is so simple. It’s not even doing; it’s just being.
It’s really easy being me when I let it flow.
I think that the next time someone asks me what I do, I’ll answer, “I don’t know, but I can show you. Maybe you can tell me!”
Maybe that next person will be YOU! (I offer a complimentary 30 minute consultation for those interested in my services.)