It’s time to use our intuition as a preventative medicine and life enhancing tool.
Honing this skill will give you more joy, clarity, creativity and well being.
As a Medical Intuitive Team we are constantly growing our capacity to assist our clients to empower and use their own intuition as a fundamental tool for greater health while navigating the complexities of an illness or injury or enhance their overall life.
We all get prompts from our intuition. Wouldn’t it be great if we could recognize those prompts and act on them so we wouldn’t have to play catch up or second guess ourselves?
This is the beginning a new series of posts with practical steps to enhance your capacity to live the life you were born to live. Our purpose is to help you learn and use the intuitive skills you need to navigate your life with strength and joy in 2012. This year we’ll be offering special individual sessions and group webinars for growing and strengthening your intuition.
When was the last time you noticed you were breathing?
Isn’t it amazing we can take for granted the one thing we can’t live without.
Breathing impacts everything in our bodies and minds. It can change a day when depression is present into a day of possibilities. If you have a health challenge like cancer, diabetes, or high blood pressure, the simple power of taking a full and invigorating breath of life can improve your health along with the other treatments you are using.
Sometimes we can miss the answer we really need because we “think” it should look, feel and be a certain way. In fact, our choices are based on a proven model from the past not necessarily what is needed in the present.
When we cultivate serendipity, we allow ourselves the opportunity to find the answer we are really seeking that will bring the change we really need.
We create standards to have consistency or sameness.
They can be really helpful. They assist us in grading eggs, knowing how to greet the Queen of England and buying shoes. What happens when we standardize our ideas around love, acceptance, and freedom? We make rigid what is actually alive.
We’re landed and blooming and our doors are wide open and so is Wisdom Rx!
The day we arrived in Phoenix it was 118 degrees. While unloading the truck and trailer with our beloved friend Jo, who helped us fold blankets and fill our fridge, our excitement for being in our new home overcame the intensity of the heat.
Taking a break that day, we sat surrounded by boxes in our kitchen area and were overwhelmed by the extraordinary stillness that was present. That hasn’t gone away.