It all began with a simple yet profound question posted on Facebook: "Since my awakening, I feel depleted after my healing sessions with clients. The person leaves me utterly drained and with horrible pressure in the head and frontal lobe. I do protection and cleansing but not much help. Why is the person so draining? Any suggestions, please?"
Intuition is indeed our inner tutor. Just like a tutor imparts knowledge and guidance, intuition does the same for our life's journey. It's always there, ready to provide insights and direction, but often, its voice is drowned out by our negative emotions, limiting beliefs, and fears.
Have you ever experienced a moment of profound clarity that changed the way you see yourself and the world around you? Recently, during a breakthrough clarity call with a client, I had one of those moments. I was guided to explore the concepts of the true self and the shadow self, and it led me to share a timeless Cherokee tale that holds deep wisdom.
We've all had those moments when self-pity takes over – the feeling that the world revolves around our troubles and challenges. It's like sitting in a dark room, ignoring everything else but our own woes. But here's the thing – self-pity rarely has valid reasons and it's hardly ever productive.
In the intricate tapestry of human interactions, one pattern often emerges—a belief that we must continually be there for others, driven by the fear that if we aren't, they won't reciprocate when we need them the most. If you've ever felt this way, rest assured, you're not alone. I once carried this belief myself. Today, I'm excited to delve into this topic and shed light on how we can transform it into a mindset that empowers us.
This journey, like a blossoming flower, has unfurled its petals to reveal a newfound perspective on my role as a lightworker. With each step, I've shed the weight of carrying others' burdens, no longer tethered to the confines of a victim mentality. Instead, I now stand firmly in my sovereign being, ready to align with kindred souls who are eager to take charge of their own happiness.
In this episode, you will learn the following: Understanding the Impact of Caregiving Roles on Relationships & Fulfillment Investigating How Trauma Can Lead to People Pleasing & Unhappiness Exploring Forgiveness & Soul Reading as Tools for Healing & Self-Love.
Let me take you back to my childhood story. When I was three, my mom went on a trip and left me with my dad. I felt like she abandoned me, so I started making her feel guilty to get her attention. This started a pattern where I relied on her for everything, and she felt the need to always take care of me. It was like a game we were playing without even knowing it.
These past few weeks have been a whirlwind of events, leaving me pondering where to begin. In my previous blog, I delved into relinquishing the need to be a servant to others and choosing to master my destiny. Interestingly, shortly after that blog, life orchestrated a similar challenge that called for my attention.
Liberating Your Inner Boundaries: Master Of Your Own Destiny Do you ever sense an invisible tug, urging you to extend yourself even at the cost of your own well-being? Is there an unsettling feeling that if you don't comply, something bad might happen? Do your priorities often take a backseat to someone else's needs and requests? If these scenarios resonate, please know that you're not alone. As I pour these words onto the page, I too am navigating the journey of untangling myself from those ...