It was a hot day in July 2000 when my therapist said to me “Your intuition saved your daughter’s life.”
That was the day my world fell apart. When she said that I couldn’t even think about what she meant, because my first thought was how to protect my little girl. My next thought was how were we going to make it through the awfulness we were now in. I had no job, no income, and I was supposed to go back to school at the University of Virginia the next month.
It was 8 months before things cleared enough for me to even begin to be curious about intuition. I was in a metaphysical bookstore in Charlottesville, Virginia, and a book jumped out at me. It was all about intuition.
I remembered what the therapist had said. “Your intuition saved your daughter’s life.” How was that possible? What did she mean by that? How could I learn more?
I bought that book and read it in a day. It awoke in me such a hunger to understand better what had happened. I desperately wanted to be able to have access to my intuition anytime, anyplace and to know that I could trust it.
That was the beginning of a life-long love affair.
Intuition is like the secret ingredient that makes everything work. (Since I’m not a chef or even much of a cook I’m going to leave that analogy right here. The only secret ingredient I know of is um… salt.)
When you understand your intuition (and trust it),
your whole life works.
Your business works. Your relationships work. Your finances work. Your health works. Your … well everything works.
I don’t say this lightly. I say it with the full memory of what my life was like before I learned how to trust my intuition and take action on the guidance I’m given. I know that it’s been like now that I trust my intuitive guidance.
There is no comparison.
Intuition led me to heal that horrible trauma. It led me to my husband. It led me to my work. It led me to my life.
It leads you, too.
The biggest challenge for many regarding using their intuitive guidance is trusting it and then being able to take action on what you get. Those intuitive downloads get interpreted by our human mind and we then think it’s our intuition that led us astray.
It didn’t. It’s our interpretation that always will lead us astray.
So how do you know what actions to take and what ones not to take?
How do you trust your intuition enough
to take action on what you get?
Ahhhh, that’s the question now, isn’t it? Because what happens after the intuitive downloads is we question the download. And because we question it we don’t take action. We get scared. We get doubtful. We get anxious.
But it’s the action we need to take that moves us forward into our dreams. And it’s the action that is the hardest to do.
My next miracle ingredient (after intuition) was tapping. The day I discovered tapping, my whole world changed. It took me 2 1/2 years after that fateful day in July to discover tapping, but oh baby, when I did, another life-long love affair was born!
Tapping neutralizes the fear, the doubts and the anxiety we naturally get when we start to take action. Tapping healed me of that horrible trauma from July 2000. Tapping also helped me take action on the intuitive downloads I’ve gotten through the years as I’ve only built my business, and as I’ve lived my life. Some of those actions were pretty scary to take!
So what does all of this have to do with clients?
When you trust your intuition, you then take action on what you get. And here’s what happens next:
- Suddenly, you are in front of a whole lot more people.
- Suddenly, you become a lot more visible.
- Suddenly, you become a whole lot more client attractive.
- Suddenly, you create a lot more clients in your world.
But it all starts with trusting your intuition enough to take action.
Want to learn more on how you can do this with so much more ease than you ever though possible? Then please join me for this upcoming free call…
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Until next time, lovey…