You’ve got to be true to yourself

When the universe speaks, it’s a good idea to listen.

I’ve been receiving many messages lately to be authentic…to be who I really am…to be true to myself. I must have ignored them for a long time, because they just kept coming. And now I think I’m finally starting to get it.

When I first became certified as an energetic space clearing professional, I knew it would be out of the comfort zone for many people. They wouldn’t understand it, or they would think it’s weird, or they would think I’m weird.

In fact, the first time I wrote about it in my newsletter, several people unsubscribed immediately. While that was difficult to deal with on a personal level, it was okay from an energetic perspective. I really don’t want people in my community who don’t want to be here.

Yet you may have noticed that I haven’t written about space clearing since then. And that’s why I kept getting the “be true to yourself” messages.

I have been divinely called to do this work because it makes a difference and because it’s in direct alignment with my gifts and my beliefs. My clients have found the joy and peace and balance they were seeking. Some have gotten new clients for their own businesses and others have gotten new jobs that pay more money. They have improved their relationships or found new ones.

This is what a space clearing does. Not only does it shift negative energy, but it also creates the space for good things to come into your home and into your life. This is something to be proud of and not something to hide.

So now I’m honoring the messages I am receiving, and you will see more about space clearing, the tools I use, and ways you can create sacred space for yourself in upcoming newsletters.

And I’m pretty sure I am not the only one who may need to be more authentic and true to themselves. Where do you see yourself holding back for fear of what others might think…for fear of being judged or criticized?

What can you do to release that fear and be who you truly are no matter who is watching?