Stevie talks about emotions as indicators and how regularly taking your emotional temperature will tell you what you need to do to feel good. Being careful to control your own headspace and kick out those thoughts that will not serve you well in the long run, those negative thoughts that make you feel bad and bring you down, is one of the most powerful things you can be doing with your time and attention. Doing so will set you up for a higher level baseline habitual way of being. And the best part is there is always a higher level. There is always a way to feel better.
Today we’re talking about the story we tell ourselves and how it influences the life story we are creating. We are here to create. If nothing else we are creating our own life story. You probably have a general idea of how you would like your story to go. You may not have all the plot points and all the details but you have a general idea about how you want your life story to go don’t you? You probably know this about yourself. If we check in with intuition and tune into what we know about what we want to create, it reminds us about the life story we are creating. If you think of yourself as this person who is creating your own life story, can’t you just feel the importance of your own mindset and thought processes on a moment by moment basis as you go through life? Can you see how they’re important? This is how your mindset or your attitude sets a tone that represents a season of your life. This season which builds on the last one and becomes the foundation of the next one.
Stevie turns on the mic once again to see what she has to say about intuition. This show is about body and soul with intuition as a gateway between them. Stevie has ideas about the importance of establishing a foundation of positivity in mindset then moving on to developing a vocabulary with your own intuition. Sometimes in life it is hard to choose a path, intuition can be the tie-breaker. As you use your intuition in everyday life, you practice skills that will see you through those critical decision points with more confidence.