Today I had a session with the multi-gifted Karen Floyd of Design a Better Life. Karen helped me with navigating the themes, obstacles, and intricacies of my personal life and my life as an entrepreneur. She conducted a powerful reading, which revealed areas where my strengths lie and areas for which I have room to grow.
The whole experience was enlightening — or rather, full of light. I felt revelation after revelation — in my body and mind — as I encountered my obstacles, uncovered my gifts, and learned where I can empower myself to be authentic and true to myself as a healing and creative one-woman show. We re-framed negative thinking, re-imagined a different way of seeing and being, and acknowledged my gifts in a productive way.
One thing I will share with you from the session has to do with re-framing. I have always been told that I am too sensitive and too quiet. These two descriptions have been little cactus prickles in my side. I think it’s the “too” part that has felt punishing. So Karen came up with a way to re-frame these gifts. She said, “What if you called yourself available and aware instead of quiet and sensitive? They’re both true.” She continued, “and your gifts are in your ability to be available and open to people and your keen (and sensitive) awareness of others (and of yourself) ” I sighed a big ah-ha and watched her cat (who was joining in on the session) roll onto his back.
That was just one of many ah-ha moments with Karen today. If you are wanting to explore your life and your work in a safe, intuitive, and creative setting, I encourage you to see Karen (or at least visit her multi-faceted website).
I left feeling full and light at the same time, knowing the next steps I need to take to make a leap in my business and to feel more grounded in my life.
The art piece above is my artistic representation of what transformations I see in myself as a result of the session. There is a fire blooming inside of me, ready to take off as creative abundance; there is warmth for those around me in my healing work; and the fire helps me nurture my own heart as I grow and heal myself.