Category: Career and Finances

What If You Had Made Different Choices?

Recently I had a dream where a being came to me and asked me if I was interested in being shown parallel universes with the purpose of seeing how my life would have turned out if I had made different decisions. That’s an offer that doesn’t come around much, so I jumped on the chance to see what my life would have been like if I had done things differently. He explained to me that we all have major choice points in life. These choice points are when you make a decision that takes your life in an entirely new

Read More »

What We All Want

In high school I very clearly decided I wanted to be a psychologist. I wanted to help people who were suffering, and I wanted to understand what made people tick. In college, I got my undergraduate degree in psychology but decided to go for a master’s in Human Factors Engineering. At that point I knew I would be too emotionally entangled with clients during therapy and it would be too hard to be objective. I took an entirely different path though and never got my master’s degree. Fast forward a couple of decades and I realized this morning that I

Read More »

5 Reasons Your Life Isn’t Going The Way You Intended

I posted an article in September called, What is your Destiny?, where I discussed that we incarnate with an intention but not a destiny. In other words, you decide what you’d like to experience while incarnated but due to free will you don’t always manifest that intention. A reader wrote to me and asked what causes us to veer off track, what makes us unable to reach the goals we pre-set for ourselves. It’s a good question so I wanted to answer in an article. There are five things I can think of that will cause your life to go

Read More »

The Unseen Options

One day when I was 16, I went horseback riding with my sister, Nicole, and my friend Adrienne. The place where we rented the horses let us go off without a trail guide because Adrienne mentioned she was an expert horsewoman. I think it was the third time I’d ever been on a horse though and I wasn’t feeling too comfortable. As we’re traveling along the trails, eventually Adrienne and Nicole got way ahead of me and I couldn’t even see where they went. But my horse seemed to know where to go so I just let him do his

Read More »

Interview Erin: Questions by Shannon Terry

These interview questions were submitted by Shannon Terry. Shannon is a Resume Writer and Interview Skills Coach who uses her intuition combined with concrete professional expertise to help her clients reclaim their own job search confidence. How many of your clients would you guesstimate ask questions in readings about their jobs/career direction? About 50% of the readings I do are for clients who want advice about their careers. Most want to transition from a career they hate to a career they love, and during readings their guides will tell them what they are most suited for and how to make

Read More »