Who Am I – Part 2

On Sunday I was, yet again blinded by the feeling of not knowing who I am or what I am about anymore with my work.

I do know who I am as a mum.

I also know I am as a friend and I am catching glimpses of being who I want and need to be in a relationship.

Though when it comes to being the author, the soul coach and the medium right now I have no clue.

For over twenty years my work has been there, making me feel good about myself, giving purpose and meaning to my life especially when other areas of my life weren’t so great. Yet, if I am honest over the years there has also been plenty of time when my business wasn’t so great either.

Of course there was always the elation and joy felt when working with Spirit for a client to bring about healing and shift their life which never fails to hit the right spot within my soul. And while I can look back and see so much work, achievement and the gift of some very special friendships, I sit here now contemplating the creative energy behind all of this and realize in that moment that up until this point I have used my business to validate who I am.

We all unconsciously do this in some way and many people use their relationships to this end for me though in seeking purpose and meaning to my life, or doing work I perceive adds value and changes lives I have also sought the need for validating my worth and meaning. Seeking acceptance by others because I lacked receiving this other areas of my life or more importantly from myself.

As I come to place of love and acceptance with myself, and that while I may feel as if my business and the work is slipping away from me this week it is in the letting go and accepting all that is, that I can see this.

Having a strong faith in Soul and Spirit does mean that I fully trust in the purpose for why this is occurring. I love and trust this moment of the journey knowing it is all needed to lead me to where I am going even if sometimes I have no idea where that is.

I do however have a strong sense that in letting go of this need for validation, I am allowing myself to come into more of my authentic being and therefore the more authentic nature of my business will reveal itself soon enough.

Being free from the need to validate my ego, allows me and my business to effortlessly be more of who I am and what I truly and uniquely have to offer people in the way of wisdom, healing and spiritual know-how.

As I write this, clairvoyantly I see two champagne glasses clinking together toasting in celebration and while this is Spirit’s way of celebrating my realization, acknowledgement and new found freedom – It is also no co-incidence that currently my mediumship events are called Champagne and Dreams. I can hazard a good guess that Spirit is also indicating that the results and outcomes of this soul shift will influence my Mediumship work directly.

OOOhhh, now that’s exciting to see what may come from this.

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Kerrie Wearing is soul coach and medium with a passion to help spiritually motivated people manifest their dreams. Her work is designed to support people all over the world to engage the Magic of their Soul and manifest their dreams with JOY.
Over the last 20years Kerrie has worked tirelessly in the spiritual fields seeing clients, conducting workshop and events, owning and operating The Australian College of Mediumship and inSpirit Magazine and is now honoured with clients from all over the world. Kerrie has published two books, A New Kind of Normal: Unlock the Medium Within and Wisdom of the Soul: How to live life created with love & inspiration and she is currently writing her third book.
Kerrie lives in Sydney, Australia with her family and is a not so secret country music fan.

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