If you had to listen to just one episode of this podcast, I’d recommend that this be the one. Too many of us live in a world that rules out magic. The result is that we use only part of our brain. We don’t access the other half of our brain, our embodied wisdom or our inner knowing, to our own detriment.
Magic isn’t funky. It’s not about listening to a guru or casting spells or humming on a mountain top. It’s very practical and it’s very useful. It’s about learning how to listen to you. Not to the scared inner critic that your thinking mind often delivers up, but to the very best part of you.
Listen to this episode to learn five skills that will help you welcome more magic into your life.
When you listen to this episode, you’ll hear me refer to a retreat I attended at Kristi Stangeland’s beautiful retreat centre in Rangely, Maine. The topic was intuitive intelligence and it was taught by intuitive medium Laura Heselton. Laura is currently offering a spirit driven mastermind for following your soul: MasterMind.com. You can find out more about Kristi’s retreat centre at https://maine-retreats.com/wellness-retreats/.
IT’S TIME TO CREATE THE LIFE AND CAREER YOU WANT
If you’d like to dive more deeply into the work I talk about in my podcast and see actual results in your life, I welcome you to book your free coaching consultation call: https://gracedcanvascom/work-with-me. When we coach together, I’ll help you expand your definition of what’s possible in your career, understand what’s been holding you back from the life and career you want, teach you how to access higher quality thoughts, and show you how to welcome more magic into your life. Your life and career will look completely different in just six months.
I’m a career coach unlike most. As a former international tax lawyer and partner of Ernst & Young, I’ve been where you are and understand the issues you’re facing. As an artist I know how to connect you with creative inspiration and expand your world.
To learn more about my coaching and how it could help you resolve your issues and move in the direction you want, book your free call at https://gracedcanvas.com/work-with-me/.
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I’m a former international tax lawyer and senior partner with Ernst & Young. I left the law in 2014 to learn how to paint. After a couple years painting and selling my work, I became passionate about helping other people who feel stuck in their careers and lives and want to feel more personally fulfilled, invigorated and soul connected. I now spend my time painting, coaching, and creating live events at the George Russell Academy of Creative Expansion in beautiful Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada (PS called “GRACE” – one of my favourite words!)