OOOF! What a week, kids! Inspiration came rolling on through and before I knew it, I was hosting a fundraiser over on Practically Intuitive! So far, we’ve raised $600 in donations and I am booked up with all kinds of readings – 30 minutes, 60 minutes and several 90 minute appointments! My Guide Charles told me in January that I better get some organization in place now because things were taking off and he was right (of course!). EEK! It’s been great because I have a few new clients who will be able to see what a reading/coaching/mentoring/healing session with me is all about and for a much smaller investment. I think that helps quell the fears about whether this is for real and on the up and up without putting a lot of money out there.
On top of that, I am working on a new tele-class called “Trust what you get” and have to get most of it together before I talk to Andrea again on Thursday. I’m so excited about it! Scared too but mostly excited. Those were really the first thing Rose Rosetree taught me – when you tune in and ask a question and receive an answer, trust that answer. Trust what you get. Even if you think it’s made up or pulled out of your ass. Trust it. The more you do that, the easier the trusting becomes and you get past the fear of being wrong. That’s when the fun starts.
Duty accompanied me to Pilates this week and liked it! Surprise! He wants to finish his cardio rehab before he starts pilates but I’m going to go without him. I was kind of self-conscious with him there anyway. (Not sure why.) He’s off to Hawaii for two weeks and I am happy to be in my own energy here for a couple weeks. We really are very independent people and are generally content with our own company. I’d go with him on this trip but I’m happy here at home with my stuff and pets. Not quite the traveling girl unless it’s Italy. Then, I might be inclined to go.
So, if you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, now you know! It is my intention to be able to generate the same income I get now from the full-time job through my intuitive practice so I can leave the day job by this time next year (or sooner!). Everything I do is aligned with that intention so watch me manifest it, baybee!
You know, until you mentioned his cardio rehab, I kinda forgot that Duty had heart problems. How's he doing? I think it's so romantic that you two have your own lives but come together when it works. (Though Hawaii is extra special mega gorgeous …)
And look at you! It's such a joy to follow your journey. You write so movingly about how you're beginning to feel the earth is more solid under your feet. Thank you for sharing it with us.