The most important thing I can say about the ‘You Are Intuitive’ series is that everything about it is… well… intuitive.
It was first conceived unexpectedly through a dream late in July, and even though I can’t remember the actual content of the dream, I do remember waking up feeling so, so clear that I would create an interview series on people’s experiences with intuition. I had a knowing of who I would approach, what we would speak about, and it suddenly felt obvious to me that this was my next step. Totally matter of fact.
(Prior to this dream, though, I was living very much in the in-between, unclear, and in-the-dark phase, having sold our home, dismantled my intuitive business entirely, and embarked on a road trip with no set purpose, destination, or timeline in mind. Yeah. I had committed to trust in divine guidance and divine timing in a major way, but part of me was also secretly freaking out that I had no plans and no clue what to do next. Honestly: having that dream was a big, effing relief.)
(And just so you know, I actually say the word ‘effing’ regularly, out loud, and just like that: ‘e-f-f-i-n-g’ in real conversations. I’m not just using it as a more polite stand-in for ‘fucking’ here. Nope! Sometimes, what I really mean to say is effing, and having that dream was a big, effing relief.)
I spent the better part of August scheduling and hosting interviews. Part of me was dying to share these conversations with the world immediately, but again– intuitively– I knew not to rush. I sensed not to push.
I do know with certainty that this isn’t going to be one of those ’30 interviews in 7 days!’ series or even one of those ‘amazing new content released daily!’ kinda things. That feels like rushing to me. (You know?) That feels like forcing to me. That feels like a recipe for information overload and energetic indigestion to me.
I know that every marketing book under the sun recommends creating ‘time scarcity’ or otherwise orchestrating a pronounced sense of urgency with a launch of any kind, but I’m choosing an organic flow over over-consumption here. I don’t want to be like a fire hose, spewing uncontained and uncontrollable (though awesome) content in your direction.
I’d rather allow time for integration.
I’d rather allow space for absorption, processing, reflection, and intentional savouring… because believe me, these interviews will be delicious.
In the meantime, I would love for you to introduce yourself on Instagram or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I know from personal experience that being a part of a supportive community is one of the easiest and quickest ways to build up your intuitive muscles, so I’m looking forward to connecting with you more and getting to know you!
Thanks again for being here!
Lots of love,