Welcome to the February 2023 Pick-A-Card reading reveal! What is a pick-a-card reading? It's where I pull three cards based on a specific question for all of you out there. You'll look at the picture with the cards facing down and choose the card number that attracts you the most.
I joke and tell my intuitive coaching and mediumship clients that I’m sort of like a phone operator. You call me and I call Spirit and pass along the information you are asking about—and while it does work like this for my work—it isn’t always so easy for myself. I have a few tried and true methods that help me, when it feels like Spirit isn’t picking up their direct line.
Life is imperfect and that’s what makes it beautiful, but how do we handle these meltdown moments? Here is what I do when life interrupts my flow, i.e. I can’t meditate, don’t have time to pull cards, can’t find time to journal, etc. This usually happens when life just keeps handing me challenge after challenge and the only thing I can do is just keep my head above water.
How do you connect directly to your Spirit Team? Now that your introductory tour is complete, let’s get down to the next important step—how the heck do you connect with them? There is no one “right” way, but here are five ideas to play with...
I’ve taken off Mondays every week for years. There’s a reason for it: Mondays are for me. It’s quiet in the house—my husband is at work, my kiddo is at school. I don’t work on anything that has to do with my business. I turn off my phone, turn on the meditation music. I make a fantastic cup of tea that I enjoy hot and steaming(not forgotten and cold). All of the Monday business needs are done in advance. I just breathe and let go.
This Soul Studio Conversations interview features the amazing and gifted Adreanna Limbach as we have a wonderfully light-hearted session discussing her book Tea and Cake with Demons: A Buddhist’s Guide to Feeling Worthy [Sounds True, 2019]. Adreanna is a meditation instructor, personal development coach, and author, and in this conversation there were so many nuggets of wisdom and relatable real-life experiences that we could all identify with.