Empaths, like you, are here to make a difference in the world.
For me, hanging out with empaths usually comes within the context of a medical intuitive assessment, in which I intuitively see the high degrees of responsiveness that my client’s nervous system has. Tale-tell signs of a person’s degree of empathy.
Most human beings have some degree of empathy — the ability to understand another person’s feelings; being aware of what they’re going through.
However, empaths are different creatures. Empaths absorb the other person’s energy and feelings and they are impacted more viscerally.
Empaths don't have the same degree of fortitude or filters as do others. Yet, they can cultivate higher sturdier degrees of this gift.
Empaths are permeable membrane-like creatures, endowed with gifted skills such as art, creative problem solving, piercing analytical skills, activism, and humanity/earth-saving insights and passions.
Empaths are natural energetic...
The empathic rebel.
I’m one, for sure. I bet some part, if not all of you, is one too.
An empathic rebel is confident, if not fearless, when it comes to their intuitive skills. They know they have work to do in the world that uses their intuition, empathy, and compassion.
An emphatic rebel trust the feelings they receive through the ethers, electromagnetic fields, and their body’s systems, allowing them to feel what is here and now and what potential is on the horizon.
An empathic rebel knows their own intuitive system. What works. What doesn’t work for them and has the #1 rule in place? It helps an empath to be happy and confident.
It’s a paradox for the rebel.
So what’s the#1 Rule? It is that THEY HAVE RULES!
It’s not easy to be empathic. Especially in a busy rushing life within a high-tech world. Continuous streams of WiFi are penetrating everything.
Your nervous system can certainly feel it; and for some physical empaths, it’s no...
Your root. The foundational power of your life, connectivity, and the base of self-esteem.
Your root. Your sense of safety, from which arises your perception of worthiness.
Your root. Your survival level of intuitive perception.
Your root. The (un)conscious operating system that runs a pre-programed life or peeled back presence, achieved through vulnerability, allowing, healing, and self-realization.
Your root. The nano-speed gear controlling your impulsive and “yes” or “no” choices.
Your root. The place from which your style of nurturing and nourishment is dictated.
Your root. The foundational structure through which all stages and levels of consciousness filtrate.
You’re a top down creature — a conscious soul being human. Paradoxically, we live from the root up; like a seed seeking to capture, be nourished by, and remember the Light from which it comes.
In conversations with people, l often see their energy dance upward as they describe...
I remember seeing my mother’s satisfying smiles as she watched us from her favorite chair. She would say to me, “It's all I ever want … to see my family together having fun.” Our family is lucky that way. We are all creative and curious Wild Things.
As women, whether we are motherly to many or a few, the delight we experience in having those whom we love around us cultivates boundless joy.
There is an expansive feminine nature that ripples through us all. It’s filled with source-inspired creativity, insights, and a map, which guides the birth of our true joys in life, connecting us.
I want to expand on that connected thought … you know how you pay attention to the dreams you have a right before you wake up? I do the same.
These flashes of insight are a powerful message board, filled with hidden, convoluted, and in-your-face memorandums from your spirit and body.
These insights contain an imperative voice. They are the guidons of your joy.
There is nothing more important than to discuss, discover, and to experience one’s soul in action in this life. In order to do that we need to be open, allowing and awake to our own healing power and the grace that surrounds us, always.
The purpose of healing is to reestablish alignment. As a healing facilitator, that's what you do - reestablish alignment for your client or patient.
So, what about you as a gorgeous and delightful human being? What about you as a healer?
Through the years I observed an interesting hierarchy within people that, when it’s connecting, allows them to facilitate their own healing and help others discover the power of healing.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been trained in a certain healing art or medical system. This is an organic system that exists and operates outside of, yet, is also connected to any knowledge you acquire. Like I always say, “When it comes to healing, you’re the method.”
I’m often asked, “Laura, what is the most powerful skill I can have as an intuitive person? I’m feeling a little lost and shaky with my more random intuitive hits. What can I do to be more intuitive and more accurate?”
One might think it’s to have a strong intuitive ability of knowing, hearing, or a visionary skill. Yes, all of those are necessary, insofar as becoming a strong and accurate intuitive perceiver.
However, for me, these are not the most important skills.
You know we are all intuitive. You, me, all of us. Intuition is truly the most organic intelligence we have. It is hard wired into us.
Based on decades of experience in the fields of healing and medical intuition, the greatest power a person can cultivate is patience. Solid and esteemed intuition requires it.
It may not sound sexy or contemporary; however, it’s truth.
Without patience and the ability to have your mind and ego stand down and wait for that which is truth to arise, you...
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Change is the buzz word this time of year. Frankly, it’s rather boring.
Putting all that pressure on yourself to change all those things, again; because you didn’t hit the self-imposed mark last year.
Pressure like that is not productive. It’s punitive.
Negative self-pressure is a bad habit and tied to multi-tasking; not inspiration or motivation. We’ll get to that in a moment.
It’s exhausting and unreasonable. And by January 15th, statistics say, we’ve gone back to whatever feels more reasonable, good or not.
I say, start and stay with intuitive reasonability. Instead of… Do this. Do that. And do all of it perfectly at the same time. Ugh!
Media and technology taunt us into being creatures unlike who we really are — we are pushed into a dulled version of our true illumination.
Get over the pressurized need to change; unless there is a health, financial, or...
We all get stuck. Hung up. Rattled and confused about which direction we need to take in a project, relationship, or our life.
“Is my partner right really right for me? What about my work; it’s not going anywhere? My money! Goodness, it goes out faster than it’s come in!”
Me? I get stuck. Not for too long though. But I feel that pain too. We all do.
I owe my unstuckness to a certain love affair that reminds me of the way out of that funky, stuck-in-pea-soup-fog place.
I have a love affair with fog. I do. Fog is a gateway to the unknown. The unseen. It shrouds the potential of what’s new, magical, and maybe even miraculous.
Fog, like being stuck, is manageable. You don’t collapse into the funk. You adjust.
Fog happens, externally and internally. It hangs in the air, or your mind, obscuring the view until light burns through it.
When fog hits your life, keep it simple. Follow these steps. Imagine you're on the road, which you metaphorically and...
The other morning, I woke up with a certain flavor of thoughts scooting through my mind. They were heading toward the worrying sort.
They would have become self-defeating crunchy thoughts, if I wasn’t paying attention. I had a lot on my plate at the time. I bet you know exactly what I'm talking about.
I actually don't mind waking up with a checklist going through my mind. It doesn’t happen on most days. Yet, when it does, it indicates the most prevalent issues to which I can, and must, apply action.
It's up to me to get those metaphoric puppies off my plate. No one else is going to do it for me! Even if I’m going to delegate something, I need to show up and delegate it first.
If I don't take action, I'm simply adding worrisome, jacked-up kindling to my mind’s fire. Nope, not going there.
Worrying is downright uncomfortable. Useless. It’s a real drag on time; not to mention a buzzkill. And Lordy don't you know it; those thoughts were heading...