The Intuitive Healing System

The Intuitive Healing System

Intuitive Healing is an ancient practice that uses the power of the mind to heal physical ailments. It has been used for thousands of years by many cultures around the world.

Learn how to use intuition to help you make better decisions.

Intuition is the ability to sense something without being told what it is. In other words, we intuitively know things before we consciously think them through. We often rely on our intuition when making decisions, such as choosing a career path or deciding whether to buy a house. However, we rarely take advantage of its full potential.

The word intuitive means “to know without knowing.” In other words, we can’t always see what’s going on inside us, but we can trust our feelings and instincts to guide us toward health and well-being. When we’re feeling stressed or anxious, we often feel disconnected from ourselves. We might be thinking about something that happened months ago, or worrying about something that hasn’t happened yet. Our minds can get caught up in negative thoughts and emotions, which can cause us to lose touch with our bodies.

When we’re feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed, we often feel disconnected from our inner wisdom. We lose touch with our intuition, which is why we tend to make poor choices.

In order to learn how to use intuition to make better decisions, we must first understand what intuition is. Intuition is our natural ability to know things without using conscious thought. We often think of intuition as being something mystical, but it is really just a form of knowing. We can learn to tap into our intuition and use it to guide us in making decisions.

The idea behind intuitive healing is simple: if we know what our body needs, then we can take steps to get those things into our bodies. For example, if we know that we need more water, we can drink more water. If we know that we need to eat healthier foods, we can choose to eat healthier foods. And if we know that we want to be happier, we can work towards being happier.

The first step in using intuition is to become aware of what is going on inside your body. You can do this by paying attention to your thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Once you become aware of what is happening inside your body, you can then choose to act upon those things. For example, if you notice that you feel tired, you might decide to take a nap instead of working overtime. Or, if you notice that your stomach hurts, you could go home and eat something light.

Ever wonder why we crave certain foods? I remember craving potassium rich baked potatoes, only to learn shortly after that my body was depleted of that specific mineral.  Your intuition will naturally make you feel how you need to, or draw you to what it is that you need to help you restore and balance yourself.

Don’t worry, your intuitive self has you covered and will alert you in your time of need! Pay attention and trust the signs.  It will only help you make wiser choices moving ahead, helping you to achieve a happier and healthier you!

Why You Need An Empowerment Coach

Why You Need An Empowerment Coach

Have you ever experienced the feeling of running in one spot, working so hard to move forward but not going anywhere? Have you felt like you’re constantly moving one step forward and then two steps backward? Or maybe you are stuck in a “Groundhog Day” scenario, reliving the same day over, and over, and over again? These are just a few examples of things an Empowerment Coach can help you overcome!

Empowerment Coaches are Life Coaches who specialize in helping their clients reach their full potential by providing guidance and support in the client’s self-empowerment journey. Becoming empowered is essential to taking back control of your life and creating the life you desire. When we are disempowered, we become stuck. We become disconnected from our true and authentic selves. This keeps us trapped in cycles of fear, anxiety, false belief systems, and negative thinking habits. When we sit in this energy for too long it becomes stagnant. It is this stagnant negative energy that keeps us feeling small and stuck, unable to progress and move forward. Once we become empowered, we gain clarity on our path in life and are ready to take the steps needed to create positive change and overcome the various challenges we face. Becoming empowered is the key to getting unstuck. With that, it’s no wonder that working with an Empowerment Coach is crucial to your success!

Working with an Empowerment Coach has numerous benefits. Here are just a few things you will experience when you work with an Empowerment Coach!

Banish Stress & Anxiety by Overcoming Mental Blocks
When you begin working with an Empowerment Coach, odds are you will want to focus on where you feel stuck. As you and your coach begin to examine this, you’ll discover that there are mental blocks that are holding you back, keeping you small, and disempowered. These mental blocks are also the root cause of a lot of stress and anxiety. Upon reflection, you will learn to not only see and understand these blocks, but you’ll gain insight on how to challenge them and rise above them!

Discover Your Authentic Self
Once you get into the mindset to challenge your limiting beliefs, negative self-talk, and other mental blocks, you’ll start to transform! When you pause to take stock of your beliefs and values and re-frame old limiting and harmful beliefs, you will discover that you may have been living out of alignment with your authentic self. Your Empowerment Coach is here to help you rediscover who you truly are and how to embody the person you want to become!

Improve Relationships
Discovering your authentic self leads you down a road to reevaluating your relationships too. Empowerment Coaches provide a variety of tools that help you to become more mindful and aware of yourself, your feelings, and your surroundings. Not only does this enhance your ability to understand, communicate, and connect with your friends, family, and partner(s) but it also allows you to tune in and explore self-love and self-confidence! One of the most difficult relationships to navigate is the relationship you have with yourself. Working with an Empowerment Coach who holds space for you to heal and grow in your relationship with yourself and others is imperative!

Gain Clarity on Your Life’s Purpose
One of the most common questions asked by my clients is “how do I know what my purpose in life is?”. While an Empowerment Coach can’t directly answer that for you, they are prepared to guide you as you discover your passion, dreams, and skill set that will lead you to the answer. The work you will do during your 1-on-1 coaching will allow you to shift your mindset and see the bigger picture. You will gain the clarity you need to understand where you are being guided as you align with your authentic self!

Unlock Your Full Potential
Empowerment Coaching involves a lot of self-discovery! While it is hard work, your Empowerment Coach is here to guide you, cheer your on, and help light the way as they show you what you are capable of. Just as they saying goes, “what would you attempt if you knew you would not fail”. This is what Empowerment Coaches want to help you discover! What limiting beliefs are getting in the way of you expanding and making the most out of your life? You coach is here to help you release those limiting beliefs and flourish as you take back control of your life and reach your full potential!

Create Happiness
Happiness; something we all strive towards yet seem to struggle with finding. That’s because there is a misconception surrounding this. Happiness isn’t something that we wait for, it doesn’t find us. Happiness is something we have to create, it’s a state of mind, an emotion. It is created through being mindful, and experiencing gratitude. Your Empowerment Coach has so much to teach you, and while they might not directly pitch you a “Secret to Happiness” course, you’ll find that through releasing old and unhelpful habits, becoming more aware and balanced, and aligning with your authentic self and working towards your life’s purpose, you’ve created happiness along the way! One of the many sneaky ways coaches can teach you things without you even knowing!

Let Your Empowerment Coach Light the Way
It’s clear that working with an Empowerment Coach is something everyone can benefit from! While we can still gain insight from reading self-help books and watching YouTube and TikTok videos that give us nuggets of information on how to become empowered, there is nothing quite like the personalized experience that 1-on-1 coaching provides. Each one of us are on our own unique journey, no path is the same. Connecting with an Empowerment Coach is a great way to understand where you are in your own journey and what you specifically need in order to succeed. Discover how to light your path in life and create the life you desire with the help of an Empowerment Coach!

Coping with Imposter Syndrome

Coping with Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever suffered from Imposter Syndrome as a Psychic, Medium, or Empath?  I’m here to tell you you’re not alone and how to cope with it!  I cannot even begin to tell you how many times I have grappled with the statement “Are you a Psychic” at the beginning of my journey into working as a Psychic Medium. Don’t even get me started on the Medium title!

I remember clearly thinking “I wish people would stop calling me that” when clearly I am not like one of those shiny people in this exclusive league of elite insightful seers. I only ever saw myself as a great guesser and, in the early years allowed myself to rise to the handle of a mere intuitive. It was the easiest one for me to accept. Specifically, when I went public with my gifts. Because how else could I describe what I did for people? 

Lucky for me, it was my clients very early on that branded me a Psychic within the first week of going public. Let me tell you, did I ever feel like a fraud when they said that. I had my own reservations around psychics and had my own experiences with good and well let’s just say, some really awful ones! Coupled with my tv show mentors, Jackie Dennison from tv’s RESCUE MEDIUMS, and Allison Dubois from the show MEDIUM, who I felt were far superior to me and my gifts. I just could not accept the title. So being labeled that in the beginning, created a bit of internal struggle for me for sure.

Coming out of my spiritual closet was a big deal for me. I remember it so vividly as such an overwhelming and scary time in my life. As this was a time where I was transitioning between who I felt I was, and who I had allowed the public to see me as. In fact, I never really allowed anyone really to know the real me. This was half on purpose and the other half was part ignorance on my behalf. 

You see, for the longest time, I just assumed everyone else was just like me. In fact, when I started to recognize the obvious differences between me and others, I remember the relief I felt. Before that, I was convinced that people had conspired against me in some big cosmic conspiracy. It felt as if they were trying to pull the wool over my eyes.

I was convinced that everyone I was connected to knew more than what they were alluding to. What was blatantly obvious to me, my inner knowing, seemed to make others oblivious. I just could not understand how they didn’t see things the way I did. And to be honest usually to their own detriment. 

This made it very difficult for me to trust people because of my deluded awareness. Well, that and the fact that I could instantly tell when someone was being dishonest or not genuine. I remember shortly after my brother passed just how lit up I became psychically. Not to mention, it became my mission in life to understand exactly where he went when he died. It was a compulsion of mine, because what my church was offering me just didn’t make the cut for me!

Little did I know at the time, the addition of my emotional lack of confidence, and trauma wounds from my experiencing loss at such at the age of 10 made it very difficult to trust others. I can now see that I suffered what they call “Attachment Disorder”.  The obvious differences between me and those I was connected to started to become painfully obvious. I honestly felt like people thought I was this idiot. How could they think I didn’t see into their motives or obvious lies? Little did I realize that I was very different, and my traumas only exacerbated the whole getting to know and understand my gifts, and their potential until my mid 20’s.

Until then, I was floating around in my life just trying to figure out why I didn’t understand anyone’s motives. I was convinced or dare I, say paranoid that they knew they were deceiving me when in fact, they were not even aware of whatever it was I was judging them on. 

This was a huge challenge in the beginning of my journey in my 20’s. But overtime I realized my gift of insight gave me somewhat of a heads up, if you will, on those I connected with. And I soon discovered, it was not that they were out to get me, it was that everyone is just out for number 1, in other words themselves! This was an enormous lesson for me to learn.

Now this may differ from how you found yourself to where you are today, and that is simply because our soul lessons took different directions to get us to where we currently are in our lives. But the destination is ultimately the same, enlightenment, and if sharing my journey a bit helps even one soul, then this article will have done its duty. 

So now, let’s get onto why I felt the fraud energy or also known as the imposter syndrome. My journey into heightening my awareness had plenty of moments of complete balance. You know the feeling when everything is in sync and you feel grounded and relaxed the majority of the time?  But I soon became aware of the need for rapid growth when those moments were followed by drama, trauma, and other fun challenges that forced me to examine and use my gifts more often than not.  

Let’s examine what that would look like for me. Imagine one day you have 5 clients singing your praises and you feel totally connected and confident with your gifts and the very next day one person says everything you just told them was a load of b.s.  It could happen one or two times in a year, and even though you had thousands tell you “You nailed it”, that one person would shift your confidence. And that is where the seed of “Am I a fraud” germinates. 

You begin to question your very existence, and is it possible all those others that told you how amazing and accurate you were, were just saying that to be nice? Did they say that because they felt sorry for me? Were they making up the tears or the elation they felt when they were given validation from their loved ones? Do people do that in the thousands? 

The problem is that we tend to believe the 1 or 2 people rather than the masses. And I think this is by design to keep us humble. To remind us that this is a gift and that it is a precious one at that. And if you have a weak stomach it certainly gets toughened up doing this work or as I call it my calling!

One thing that I can always count on my spirit team to do when those “one off’s” happen, or when I feel like throwing in the towel on doing this work because of an overwhelming client that pulls at your heartstrings just a little too much. They send me an earth angel who reaches out from the void to randomly tell me how much I changed their life for the better! There is nothing more magical than divine timing as I see it. I hope this helps you to see that hanging in there, and sharing your gifts are worth far more than even you can imagine. 

Finally, I this sounds like you, and you are not sure how to shift this feeling, try the following because it really helps; first, get out of your own way, second, don’t keep your knowledge to yourself, third, don’t compare yourself to others, and fourth, whatever scares you , step into it!

Stay shiny folks!

5 Ways Meditation Can Improve Your Life

5 Ways Meditation Can Improve Your Life

We’ve all heard that daily meditation practice can improve our lives in many ways. But how exactly does meditation impact us? Before we answer that, we need to understand how meditation works.

Meditation is often thought of as “silencing the mind”. While some do strive for this style of meditation, it is not the only way to meditate. Meditation is the practice of focusing your attention inward and engaging in reflection. When we do this, we learn to tune out our ever-racing mind and tune in to our thoughts and feelings. As we observe ourselves (in a non-judgmental way) we develop a stronger connection to ourselves and others. Anyone can meditate, its just about finding the right tools for you. Here are some ways meditation helps improve our lives.

Improved Sleep – It is reported that roughly 237 million people globally struggle with insomnia. Typically, this is due to a busy mind (or “monkey-mind”). When we introduce a daily meditation habit, we are teaching our brain to relax and release any worrying thoughts. Through the repetition of a daily meditation practice we can redirect our focus away from these worrying thoughts, and focus on other things like relaxing the muscles in our body (body scan), or picturing a quiet scene (ie. imagery of a beach, or walking in the park). This practice reduces the cortisol (the stress hormone) levels in the body and help prepare the body for a restful sleep.

Stress Reduction – A popular reason people try meditation is in an effort to reduce stress levels. Throughout the day people experience various stimuli that invoke the body’s stress response (fight, flight, freeze). While there is definitely a benefit to this stress response (it prepares us for potential threats and improves our awareness), we can’t live in a constant state of stress. Without proper stress management, this can lead to burn-out. When we meditate, we trigger the body’s relaxation response. Here, we let the mind know it is safe for the “walls to come down” and for the body to repair itself from being in a state of stress. Meditation becomes a trigger- when we are taking slow, deep breaths, and relaxing the muscles, we are making our physical body calm down. When our physical body is relaxed, it sends signals to our brain confirming that we are safe and do not need to worry.

Gain New Perspectives – As we practice meditation, we are trying to improve our self-awareness. This means going into a judgement-free mindset so we can look at our whole self, including our shadow self. If we are looking for clarity on something, or to understand ourselves (or others) further, we need to be open to other perspectives. Whether this is the act of “putting yourself in someone else’s shoes” or simply taking a step back to see the bigger picture, changing our perspectives holds a number of benefits!

Lowers Heart Rate & Blood Pressure, & Strengthens Immune System – If you are part of the estimated one billion people worldwide who are affected by Hypertension (high blood pressure), meditation is here to help! When combined with a healthy and balanced lifestyle, meditation has been proven to reduce blood pressure and lower heart rate by stimulating the “relax” response within our bodies. Many studies have been conducted to also show that meditation provided a boost in the interferon pathways that help regulate our immune system.

Regulates Mood – Meditation can be thought of as a superpower in some ways, as it gives us the ability to have better control over regulating our emotions. Often, when we are stressed or on high alert, we act rashly by not always thinking before we act. There are times we feel a response is needed right away and we react in a spontaneous manner. Meditation, specifically mindful meditation, reminds us to step back and observe the whole situation; to respond instead of react. A daily meditation practice trains the brain to notice and observe, without judgement, so that we can understand the situation and think more clearly. Here, we learn to sit with “unpleasant” emotions like stress, anger, or fear, without letting those emotions control us.

It is clear that there are a number of benefits to starting, and maintaining, a daily meditation practice. If you’re looking for more help building or improving your meditation practice, visit my website for more information and support.

10 Tips to Master Journaling

10 Tips to Master Journaling

Journaling has become a buzzword, but there is no surprise as to why! Keeping a journal holds many benefits, from reducing stress to connecting with your intuition. Writing is a great way to encourage self-awareness, as well as to regulate your emotions and gain clarity. With all these benefits, why are people afraid to journal?

The action of journaling can be strange or scary for some people. If you’re not a huge fan of writing or don’t feel the “creative juices flowing” it’s easy to get discouraged. Here are some ways you can overcome that fear and become a journal master!

1. Find a medium

Journaling doesn’t have to be in a notebook, hidden under lock & key. Yes, some people prefer keeping a locked notebook when they journal, but that’s not the only option! If you are looking for inspiration you could get a big, beautiful notebook from Chapters/Indigo, or if money is tight, a small but colourful composition notebook from the dollar store will do the trick. If writing by hand isn’t you thing, consider keeping a virtual journal on your phone, laptop, or tablet! The notes app on your phone will work just fine, and it’s accessible for on-the-go journaling.

2. Write every day

The best way to get into journaling is to ensure you are writing every day. I know this can sound daunting but I promise it’s not! The more we practice something and commit to a routine, the better we get at it. Take a look at your existing routine (or take this as an opportunity to create one!) and make time to journal. Depending on how adventurous you’re feeling you can allot yourself 15 minutes for a quick journal entry and reflection, or if you want a challenge, try journaling for an hour. I encourage you to start small and don’t get overwhelmed! This is all about baby-steps.

3. Simplify it

A problem many people face when they start journaling is they feel there is an expectation to write a novel every time they put pen to paper. That’s just not true! Journaling should be a judgement free zone where you can write without any expectations. If you are feeling too much pressure, create a bullet journal instead! Jot down points of how you’re feeling, key information about something that happened, or simply things you want to remember to write about next time you’re feeling up to it!

4. Start with a “stream of consciousness”

Another way we can simplify our journal is to write a “stream of consciousness”. This is a practice where the writer is putting their inner monologue to paper. Use this opportunity to take all your distracting thoughts and capture them in your journal. With this practice you don’t have to worry about grammar, spelling, or even making sense! This is just a way to release the jumble of thoughts that are going on in your mind, so of course this type of journaling will not be linear. This practice also helps us remember to write freely, as no one has to see our journal except us!

5. Get creative

Journaling provides us with an opportunity to get creative! If bullet journals and “stream of consciousness” writing isn’t for you, try allowing for some creativity by using a scrapbook style journal with photos and artwork. You can also try journaling about a song you’ve been listening to lately, write your emotions out in the form of a story book or poem, write about your dreams, or even try doing video journals! There are numerous journals available for purchase too if you’re looking for something really different.

6. Release judgement

Journaling is only successful if you can pour your heart and soul out, and that only happens when we let go and release judgement. Fear of our thoughts and feelings, or fear of what others will think of our thoughts and feelings, can hold us back and take control over who we are. Journaling helps us embrace our authentic selves and understand our shadow self. When journaling, make your space safe and comforting. Find a quiet space where you don’t have to worry about others seeing what you write in your journal. Journaling is something that can absolutely be shared, but that’s not a requirement. You are in control of your journaling and you can share it with the world or keep it to yourself, so long as you let go of judgement and connect to your authentic self.

7. Cultivate gratitude

Gratitude is a great way to promote healing, happiness, and general well-being. When we reflect on what we are grateful for we become more resilient and feel more connected to ourselves and our community. In your journal, try to reflect each day on 3 things you are grateful for. It could be something major, like a job promotion, or a mindful moment like drinking a hot coffee in the morning. Whatever you are feeling gratitude for, note it down. This helps your brain remember all the good thing in life and will encourage positivity when feeling worn down by stress, anxiety, and depression.

8. Change your scenery

If you’re feeling a lot of mental blocks when writing, try changing the scenery! If you always journal in your office, take a walk first and then write. Alternatively, bring your notebook with you and find a nice, quiet space on a trail or park to journal. Go for a road trip to somewhere new, park, and write about how you feel about this new space. Even going to a coffee shop or library will activate your brain and allow for creativity to flow.

9. Use prompts

There are going to be days where you don’t know what to write about. You’ve tried to do a “stream of consciousness”, tried going for a walk, etc. and yet nothing is working. This can be frustrating! Use this opportunity to use journaling prompts. Here are a few to get you going:

What emotions are coming up for you today?
What would your perfect day look like?
What book/song is your favourite? Why?
Describe your favourite place.
What are your goals for the future?

10. New Perspective

If you’re feeling creative and want to try something new, or maybe need a boost, try journaling in the third person. If there is something that is causing you stress or if you’re feeling down, write as if you’re talking to a friend who is experiencing those same emotions. What would you tell them? How would you support them? Sometimes thinking outside the box can really help!

Journaling doesn’t have to be something you dread! Use these tools to level up your journaling skills and become a master at Journaling.

How Empaths Can Manage Their Energy During the Holiday Season

How Empaths Can Manage Their Energy During the Holiday Season

Every year, the holiday season puts empaths in a tricky position—one of the most joyous times of year can also be one of the most draining if you aren’t careful. It’s especially challenging because you’re dealing with other people’s energy as well as your own, and it’s challenging to know how to navigate both at the same time. How do you avoid burning out during the holidays? Here are some tips on how empaths can manage their energy during this busy time of year.

Release, ground, and shield your energy

For empaths, the holidays can be a confusing and overwhelming time. The gatherings, grief, shopping, and even travel can take a lot of energy to manage. Whether you’re an empath or not, it’s important to take care of your energy and make sure you don’t go into a state of depletion. Here are some tips on how to release, ground, and shield your energy during the holidays:

1. Release – Set an intention to release low vibrational energy, move your body – dance party anyone? You could also have a shower, wash your hands, or use your favourite clearing crystals.

2. Ground – Focus on your breath, go barefoot, imagine tree roots coming from the core of your body into the centre of the Earth, or try a grounding meditation.

3. Protect – Visualize a protective bubble around you, imagine you are on an island of black tourmaline, or create a white light in your mind’s eye that expands within and around you with each breath.

Make empowered choices

Empaths are often overloaded with others’ emotions and have a hard time setting boundaries and living in alignment with their own desires. This can make holidays especially difficult. Here are some tips to help you make empowered choices around the holidays:

1. Be choosy with your holiday events- don’t commit to anything that doesn’t align with your desires.

2. If you must go to an event where there will be many people (like a family gathering), set intentions and do your best to go into it with a good attitude and focus on being present in the moment rather than what might happen next.

3. Lastly remember that it’s ok to say no!

Set boundaries

Setting boundaries with family and friends is a healthy way to manage energy during the holidays. Boundaries can be anything from how often you spend time with them, to what you allow them to say or do. Set boundaries that work for you and your needs and take care of yourself by honoring those boundaries. If spending time with family and friends makes you feel drained, plan ways to give yourself rest before you connect with them. Let others know how they can support you (don’t make big plans for me or commit me to obligations without my consent; please don’t overwhelm me with news about other people’s lives or the world’s events). When setting these boundaries, it’s important to set consequences so people know when they have crossed your boundary.

Tune in to your body

You might find it difficult to maintain your energy levels at this time of year, but there are many things you can do to help yourself. For example, tune in to your body and notice where your energy is stored. You might find that it’s stored in your stomach, which could mean you’re feeling anxious or uncomfortable. Or it could be stored in your chest, which may indicate that you’re holding a lot of emotional tension. You may need to talk about these feelings with someone close to you, write them down in a journal, or just allow the emotions to come up naturally and release them naturally. Maybe taking a short walk or dancing it out may help you clear out some of that energy so you can maintain your energy this holiday season.

Listen to your own needs

As an empath, it is important to take care of yourself and listen to your own needs, especially during the intense energy of the holidays. It’s okay to step back sometimes and rest if you need it! If you are going through a difficult time during the holidays, like breakup, loss or change in job position, grief can be triggered, and you may have more sensitivity during that time. Allow yourself joy but try not to prevent yourself from joyful experiences or set unrealistic goals for yourself, if you are not feeling up to it. Don’t push through with being ‘on’ all of the time because you may burn out. Be mindful of your needs and honour them so you can maintain your energy, for a balanced lifestyle this holiday season.