“That is just weird.”
This is how one of my sisters responded when I told her I had Spirit Guide and could feel him as tingles on my left arm.
As negative responses go, it was on the mild side. But if this was the response I got from my sister, what would friends, colleagues and professional acquaintances say when I told them I was leaving a career in executive search to practice as an Intuitive?
No one likes rejection.
Isn’t this what we all fear? An adverse response when we share our experiences with Spirit. That we are going to be labeled as “woo woo” or worse.
I think this is why Spirit isn’t part of our everyday conversation. Who wants to take the chance of sharing experiences and/or beliefs, only to be mocked?
Put aside the fear.
In the early days, when I was practicing part time, I worried A LOT about what to tell people about what I was doing. And how people would react when I told them I was starting a Channeling business.
After I witnessed many of the profound benefits Channeling was offering my clients, I ceased to care about what others would think. I knew what I offered brought a lot of comfort, peace and joy to people and that is what became important.
You will be surprised.
When I left the corporate world, I was honest with my colleagues, clients and candidates. I told them that I was starting a business channeling Spirit.
90% of the response was positive. They wished me well. Some shared their own experience with Spirit. Some wanted appointments. And these were senior business executives – not the type you might expect to be believers.
It taught me that you never know who is open to Spirit – because it’s not a mainstream topic of conversation – but if you initiate a dialogue, you are going to find more people believe than you think.
Start a conversation about Spirit.
I think the more we talk about the Spirit Realm and our experiences, the better off we will be. Like with mental health, it will take away the stigma and our spiritual, mental and emotional health will benefit.
I challenge you to start one conversation with someone you know. And then tell us about how it went.