Some years back during the month of Easter I heard, “You are to have 4 groups and you are to talk about Resurrection.”

What?!

There was no mistaking what I heard. It was definitely a Higher Directive.

Whew, I got all stirred up! Here’s the short version of my internal debate: I’m to do what? What do I know about resurrection? How am I supposed to get these groups together? I couldn’t possibly lead a group on a topic I haven’t studied! I’m not doing it!

Friends, please keep in mind that my work at that time consisted mostly of hypnosis sessions, in-person formatted classes and workshops – not intuitive gatherings, which by my definition met fly by the seat of your pants gatherings.

As scared, confused, resistant, and ill-prepared as I felt, I did lead 4 intuitive resurrection groups that month.

And WOW! What a discovery!

As I relaxed and allowed my own intuitive nature to lead I discovered that my arsenal of healing tools and intuitive knowing had no limit. I found I could, by soulfully listening, hear what each participant needed for her personal resurrection.

The visceral impact of my experience was nothing short of…life-changing!

I knew there was no turning back. My heart, mind, and soul understood that now was the time for my own Resurrection – Time to let go of my old way of providing sessions and giving classes and workshops.

It was time to wake-up to my true nature.

It was time to trust and rely on my divine influx.

Hmm…I wonder what my life would be like today if I had dismissed my hearing as not real, or foolhardy, or impossible.

Or, what if I held onto the thought, I‘m not ready, I have to wait until I feel prepared?

I wonder…would I still be waiting?

I’m so grateful that I didn’t allow my fears or resistance stop me from choosing my soulful path.

We’ve all had turning-point-moments in our lives.

The question is – What choice do we make in that turning-point- moment?

Do we allow ourselves to wake-up to the new?

If not, why not? And if not, NOW – When?

I love the simplicity and truth of William Butler Yeats quote, “Is neither virtue nor pleasure nor this thing nor that, but simply growth. We are happy when we are growing.”

Questions to ask: Am I happy? If not, where in my life do I want to grow? Am I willing to wake-up to my soulful callings? If not, why not? And if not now, when?

Thanks for giving me space in your heart.

With all my love,

Gloria

P.S. Friend, if you, or someone you care about, would like to experience the peace that comes from connecting with a loved one on the other side, please, don’t wait, check out my Easter special that ends this coming Monday.