Each life tells a story. There are many characters and many chapters. Some stories carry elements of adventure, some are more dramatic, some are epic stories of overcoming obstacles, while some stories are less complicated and more simple in their arc. Some people believe these stories are predetermined. Some folks believe in free will. My personal view point is a mix of the two. I believe we all have many stories we could be living, based on who the cast of characters in our story are, our circumstance and our own blueprint of Self. I believe there are things we are here to learn, but I also believe that there are many ways to learn these things. Each moment is a choice. Each choice a new chapter.
Sometimes we find ourselves stuck. Stuck in our ability to make choices. Stuck in making the same choices over and over. Stuck in the patterning we bring to our relationships or stuck because we have blocks around forward movement or new choices.
I believe we all hold the wisdom we need inside of us to change, to grow and to become unstuck. And I believe your intuition is your guide for this. The trouble is, when you feel stuck, listening to your intuition becomes more challenging. Sometimes it’s hard to hear it at all, let alone understand and trust what it is telling you.
What if I told you there are tools you can use to access your intuition and begin to write a new story? Or at the very least remove the blocks to allow new choices and new chapters to emerge?
Over the next 6 weeks I will be sharing with you more about this process via Facebook, email and Facebook live interactive chats.
Then, beginning March 1st, I will be offering you five days of tools to help you tune into your intuition, dislodge your stuck spots and write the story you want to be living.
(For those of you who received the divination intro emails at Solstice, this is a deepening of that work. If you are new to the list and want to check out the free divination intro you can do so by signing up here https://mailchi.mp/b3031d7b0a70/divination)
Emily Morrison MA, MFT