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Sitting here, coffee cup in hand, waiting on a hurricane as I post this. Not sure if I’ll have power tomorrow so I’m getting this all ready to go early!

Today’s podcast is all about ‘Rockin’ the Woo-Dane” – you’ll have to listen to find out just what that is and how to rock it for yourself!

Thursday’s giveaway is a big one so I’m extending the deadline until Tuesday (8/30) at 11:59pm.

Just leave a comment on the post below this one and you’re entered!

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from Practically Intuitive Podcasts

Hi again! This is Lisa from Practically Intuitive hanging out waiting on hurricane Irene to come visit.

Before we get to today’s discussion, I want to say thank you to everyone who has left comments and subscribed to the podcasts via iTunes. I’ve been wanting to do something like this for a long time and it makes me happy that you all enjoy it. In fact, as a young child, I was always creating my own radio shows and recording them on the cassette player I carried with me all the time. I guess I was just waiting for technology to catch up with me!

So, today’s topic is all about rockin’ the woo-dane. Yep, I said it. Woo-dane. What is that? It’s a term my friend, Kara and I coined for the work we do – part woo-woo and part mundane – woo-dane! It’s all about taking the woo and bringing it down into your life and using it here, in the physical world.

Personally, I happen to like the term woo-woo and often just call it “the woo” – for me, it defines a bit of what I do – talking with Guides and Teachers in spirit, bringing through loved ones from the other side, and all manner of things that cannot be explained logically unless you understand energy work. But boy, it sure does have a bad rap out there in the non-woo circles, doesn’t it? I think it takes a lot of faith to go deeply into it and for me, that’s never been an issue. It is for others, though. I get that.

Which is why my work, as I understand it, is to help ground spiritual concepts and ideas into the physical and assist others in doing the same. Otherwise, they are just concepts and ideas – nice but not terribly helpful in a real kind of way.

What does “rockin the woo-dane” mean? It means learning to use your innate intuitive skills to shift your life so you are more in alignment with your path and purpose. (I also think it sounds cooler than saying all those words but I’m dorky like that!)

Here are three ways you can rock the woo-dane:

First: Open yourself up to the idea that there is an enormous amount of help and support from your guides and teachers – more, even , than you can imagine.

Once you start working in tandem with your team (who chose your soul specifically to work with in this incarnation, mind you), you’ll begin to understand what kind of support is available to you. I never feel that I’m struggling alone or have no one to talk to.

My guides are always with me. Always. Looking back at the years and years of journals I kept (a humbling experience indeed, I might add), I see that they were always talking to me. I’d write letters to myself and then write a response. Many years later, When I learned how to discern the voice of my Guides, no surprise to see it was the same voice that answered me in my letters.

If you agree that intention is everything then just opening up to the idea of support from beings you cannot see creates a doorway where they can reach you. Just be open to it.

(This is the woo part of the woo-dane, by the way.)

The second way you can rock it is this:

Know that all the positive thinking in the world won’t matter if you don’t translate it into action down here in the physical world. It won’t. If you want to feel better about yourself in general, thinking “I am lovely. I am beautiful” won’t matter at all if you don’t accompany those thoughts with action. Action can be as small as smiling at yourself in the mirror before you leave the house or as big as getting a makeover that really suits how you feel and how you want to feel.

Thoughts alone won’t move things down here. Thoughts followed by action? Moves a buttload of stuff down here and that’s when changes show up.

(As you might have guessed, this is the dane part of the woo-dane.)

And finally, understanding that when you begin listening to the voice of your soul, things start coming together. Now, it’s not without work on your part in both the listening and the doing but once you get in the flow recognizing the voice that’s guiding you (your higher self), things move together with an ease that will astonish you. It sure did for me.

Rocking the woo-dane simply means integrating the spiritual with the mundane so your life is a lovely blend of both, helping you get more on your chosen path.

Don’t be afraid of the term woo-woo. Embrace it – there’s nothing airy-fairy about this work. It’s practical and life-changing. Heck, my friend calls me “The High Priestess of the Woo” and it’s a title I love. I’d put it on business cards if I could! (Hey! There’s an idea, right?)

I’m extending this week’s giveaway until Tuesday evening at 11:59pm so that more of you can get in on it. As a grand finale, I’m giving away a package of sessions: a 60 minute cord cutting call and a 30 minute intutive reading which is a $260 value!) One lucky person will be the recipient of this package – could that be you? All you need to do is leave a comment on my recent post about how Pilates really helped my spiritual work. The link to that post is right below this podcast. (Note: This promotion has since expired, but you can still book a cord cutting session with Lisa here and an intuitive reading here.)

Questions and thoughts or comments are always welcome so please feel free to contact me or leave them in the comment section below.

Okay, well, back to hanging out and waiting on a hurricane. Hatches are battoned, energetic boundaries drawn around my property so to minimize damage and phones are charged up! I’ll talk to you again next week. Thanks for listening and wish me luck!

This is Lisa from Practically Intuitive. Bye for now!

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