In this week’s episode of Soul-Sized Wednesdays I’m making a confession: I want to let you in on a personal secret… all the ways I avoid connecting with my intuition.
In fact, I regularly not-so-accidentally sabotage it.
Why on earth would I do that? Are you falling into these traps, too? And what can you do about it instead?
Here’s where to watch it: And when you watched it, I’d love to hear from you via the comments.
- How on do you block your intuition?
- Why might you be doing that?
- Do you ever fall into my five traps? Or do you have some more creative ones of your own?
- And what could you do today, to open up to hearing your inner wisdom more clearly?
Here’s the course I mentioned in today’s video:
>>> Intuition Breakthrough Blueprint <<<
I’l be back next week when we will be diving in to look at why only celebrating your birthday once a year could be keeping you stuck and giving your Inner Critic a field day.
I hope you have a fantastic week.
With love, Namaste,
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I’ve always declared myself as a “jack of all trades and a master of none” only recently have I started to deny that declaration. I found myself constantly searching for that thing that I will be passionate about enough to no longer only be so so about and that I would dive radically into whatever this thing, career path in particular, is. I realized that by telling myself that I cannot be a master of anything it has been holding me back. I become afraid thinking about whatever is peaking my curiosity and the steps I will have to take to achieve the skill strength or knowledge because it might not get me where I want to go in the future, mind you I don’t have an idea of this said place in the future, but doesn’t matter because whatever it is that I’m sparked to learn about or follow is not good enough to fulfill my “future” I also compare myself to everything, already established businesses, and everyone, established business owners and workers, and somehow determine that since there are already these people and organizations doing this thing I think I want to pursue I won’t be able to stand out or I won’t be great enough in whatever field so why try. As a result of all this fear of mediocrity, failure, success, I would then start all over again searching out a new interest as to not experience fully what I can bring to this world. So, I am now an individual with many skills and strengths in the pursuit of health happiness and love.
Thank you for sharing these beautiful insights, Janelle. And I recognise that pattern in myself at times.
Your comments will help other readers, too, so I’m very grateful to you.