Ask and You Will Receive! How to Begin Asking the Universe for What You Want.

As children we are all born with a sixth sense. At an early age, when someone is telling us one thing and doing another, something feels off. We can easily pick up on someone’s energy, good or bad, and some of us can even get in touch with our past lives. Unfortunately the adults in our life, unknowingly mold us as children, conditioning us into believing that our sixth sense is unimportant at best, and unreal at worst. What happens is our imaginary friends, our inner knowing, our glimpse into the unseen world get buried, sometimes never to be unearthed again.

When I was a child I would often leave my body and go to the afterlife, a place I began to know well. A place where I could connect to a world of unconditional love, and found I was able to bring that feeling back with me when I returned to my body. Knowing my angels were not so far away, I didn’t feel as alone as I could have. At the time, I didn’t know I had intuitive gifts, and that I would use my sixth sense on a daily basis.

As I made my way through my childhood, I began to shy away from my sixth sense. Yet, I never fully lost this connection. The creative stories I wrote at nine years old were filled with channeled information, guided by the angels, telling the story of what was happening to me. My gifts of connecting with the unseen world kept gnawing at me, my angels communicating with me in the form of questions. I was a curious kid, always exploring, creating and my soul knew I would pay more attention to questions than advice.

Why are we all here?

I was sitting in math class in 6th grade. when this question popped into my head, along with a feeling I will never forget. 

Looking around my classroom, every one of my classmates were copying the numbers from the black board into their spiral notebooks. Well everyone except the boy who was shooting the rubber bands from his braces’ across the room. Nobody seemed to be pondering their existence, and this created feelings of loneliness. But I could not ignore this question that had my attention far more than fractions or geometry.

I would not find my answer for another thirty years. And what I did not realize was the question was not to be answered anyway. I had more living to do first. It was there to remind me of my gifts, to look beneath the surface, to know there is an unseen world out there even if nobody is talking about it. To keep asking questions!

Why am I here?

The answer came when I finally stopped pushing away my gifts, fully opened up to my sixth sense and more questions began flowing, giving way to incredible insights and awareness. I was told to climb up the Jack’s beanstalk and I would stumble upon a world of magic and miracles, of unconditional love and a wiseness far greater than me. I was reminded of my childhood where I spent time in the afterlife, but now I was meant to explore this amazing place, one that included the afterlife, and so much more. A place I now call the Universe. It was no longer to escape but to discover, evolve and heal.

I was told to continue writing and that the angels and souls in the afterlife would speak through me. And they did. I was told that I would receive pictures, song lyrics and “movies” about other people’s lives in order to help them answer their questions. And I did. I was told to listen and I would be able to communicate with animals, that they would tell me things never before heard. And they have.

I am grateful for this part of me that knew, to lose this connection with an unseen world would be to lose the magic and wonder of life, and to hide these gifts would also be hiding who I was and what I knew to be true.

I continue to be shown so much more about this unseen world we call the Universe. It is where fractions and geometry problems reside, along with our souls in between lives, angels, information, and unlimited possibilities.. The unseen world is where quantum physics begin and never end, where we know the truth of something and not know how we know it. Where images pop into our minds about someone we never met, and animals communicate with us. This unseen world is our Universe, a place wide and vast and one that houses all the answers to the test, whether it is for sixth grade math or our mission in this life.

This Universe is a unified field that connects us all, both here on earth and in the afterlife. It houses the best google search that is completely underutilized with a connection that never loses power.

We can all live within the higher realms, while breathing, walking, laughing and loving in this physical plane. We begin by tapping into the Universe with questions. Whether we want answers to where we should live, will we meet our “soul mate” or if our loved one who passed has a message for us. Begin by asking a question, any question, and you will receive the answer. Let go of where and how it shows up. Ask for the answer to be so obvious, you won’t doubt it came from a higher source. And have gratitude for all that is going on around you, whether you know it or not; all that is working in your favor in this life. All that you cannot see but is here showing up for you everyday.

Everyone one of you has intuitive gifts. Everyone of you can access your sixth sense. You have angels and loved ones that are always helping you. Your soul is guiding you, no matter how loud your mind can get. You can receive the incredible love and abundance that is waiting to be given to you if you would only ask. We so often make life harder than it needs to be, judging ourself or thinking we need to do it alone, and this is simply not true.

Ask and you will receive. It is that easy.

What am I here?

To bring powerful, loving messages from the unseen world, the Universe, to all of you. To help guide your soul. To share my story, my journey to encourage you to wonder about yours. To remind you to ask, and you will receive.

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Ten Reasons Why You Should Make Yourself Uncomfortable.

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I had a creative writing professor in college who told me I was a terrible writer. Ok, well she never looked me in the eye and said my writing was no good, but she tore apart everything I wrote and encouraged the class to do the same. Apparently, she never heard of a compliment sandwich. I remember feeling unworthy and embarrassed of anything I wrote during her class, and left each day feeling like I should never write again. Week after week, my writing worsened and I could not wait for the class to end. I will never forget this professor.
 For some strange reason, I decided to continue to follow my passion for writing in college, and took a poetry writing class. My professor was encouraging and pointed out everything that was beautiful and spot on about my writing. I remember feeling engaged, and always left her class feeling inspired about my writing. Each week, as I reached deep, I expressed words and phrases that I never knew I could find within myself. My writing got better and better, and I was truly saddened when the class ended. I will never forget this professor.
 In the end, I decided to continue writing, as it brought me so much joy, and despite my first professor’s opinion, I have found that others have responded positively to my writing.
 Looking back, both professors were important in my learning, but the one that caused me discomfort, taught me the greatest lessons. I would like to share these with you, in hopes that you can look deep within yourself and know you are valuable, worthy, and inspiring, no matter what someone else may tell you, and that everyone and everything is here to help you.
 What did I learn from my professor who was full of negativity, criticism and doubt?
1. I learned to look within myself to find the truth.
2. I learned to not give my power away.
3. I learned that people are subjective in their opinions.
4. I learned to give myself what I needed to succeed.
5. I learned that everyone is truly doing their best.
6. I learned that a life lived without awareness, creates actions against others without awareness.
7. I learned to use discernment in who is giving me information.
8. I learned everyone and everything is here to help us.
9. I learned there are gifts in the strangest of places, and the cruelest of faces.
10. I learned there is no such thing as constructive criticism. That if you give people enough love, support and guidance, the best will be brought out of them naturally.
 No matter what we choose to do in life, we are so often met with obstacles, rejection and mountains to climb. But we must remember that it is in these challenges that we find the greatest gifts. If everything was easy, what would we learn?  How would we grow?
 We are stretched from getting uncomfortable. When someone steps into our world and tries to knock us down, give their opinion or is just plain rude. It is in that space where we ask the most pertinent questions. Is this my truth or is this their truth? How is this helping me?
 Everything we could ever want out of life is just beyond our comfort zone. If being uncomfortable were easy, we would all welcome it with open arms. But it is not. Being uncomfortable is tough. We feel like our lives are out of control, our days are chaotic, the moments uneasy, and this can all really freak us out. We can feel like all we know is being taken from us. We can feel fear, doubt and even paranoia.
 In order to deal with this discomfort we may turn to addictions, blame, blindly reacting to others, or helplessness. When this happens, and we dodge the feelings that arise, we never get beyond our comfort zone, and never receive the gifts.
 The way to have all we aspire to have is through this discomfort. Let the feelings come and go. If we tread gently with ourselves and others, we can rise above the uneasiness, by sitting within it. We can look not what is right in front of us, but what is just beyond the horizon. And then we can act with awareness, consciousness and know exactly what we need to do without any morsel of doubt. Sometimes we take action, and other times we sit still.
 If we can hold on through the discomfort, we will be receiving exactly what we need, what is in the highest and best outcome for all. Then the letting go occurs and upon our arrival we receive the gift we have been waiting for – all that we could have ever imagined for ourselves and our lives.
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 So, the next time someone gives you their opinion, triggers you, or flips you off in traffic, say thank you. Instead of reacting, check in with yourself. For, they may have just given you a gift of pushing you smack into your discomfort zone. And here, may be all you have ever wanted. Life gives us challenges and tests, don’t be fooled by the ones that cause us discomfort. These are the greatest gifts with the ugliest wrapping paper.
 Want help or more information on navigating life’s discomfort zones? Contact Beth today.