I get to dream, inspire, connect, explore and challenge myself each and every day.
It can be a wild ride at times especially throwing all caution to the wind and sometimes not knowing the outcome of the day until it the day is over.
Often…when I wake up in the morning I don’t truly know what is ahead of me for the day.
Sure, I might have a few appointments booked in but other than that my creative side gets to play and it sure does love to play.
The one thing I always do is play with my heart on my sleeve.
Love me or hate me I don’t really care.
I care more about first, making sure I am happy, speaking my truth and living in alignment so I truly know that what I am sharing with you is genuine and authentic and not just reverbed from someone else’s mantra or belief system.
It is the core of what I love, live, teach and preach and never does a day go by that I don’t wonder what more I can be doing with my life.
Is there anything I am missing and not allowing myself to experience.
Yesterday I read for a lady in her 80’s (her daughter came with her)…an absolute character with a long history, memories from woe to go and it was one of the most fun times I had had in a reading for ages.
During the connection, spirit told me we have to show her the memories and help her to feel her life again…just for a little while.
We had such a laugh…it was awesome and completely unexpected.
I thoroughly enjoyed hearing about her life as we sifted through the spirit that came through, who they were and the memories of times gone by.
Her openness allowed her to have an experience.
Her heart was alive again and she was remembering the good times.
She heard words she never thought she would hear.
It was honestly, one of the best times I have had listening and laughing with these two beautiful souls.
It reminded me of what I love about mediumship…learning to love and laugh all over again.
In fact, I would go as far as to say…I was truly excited…not many people get me really excited.
You know why…she was honest…she was not in the least bit caring of what I thought of her…for that time…NO ONE had any barriers, we were totally free of any limitations or judgments.
It was nice to just be, and do my thing and not feel as though I had to try to ‘impress’ anyone with how ‘spot’ on and WOW I could be.
It wasn’t all about the information, it was about the connection and the experience and of course, the memories.