Last night, I was privileged to be a judge for a local scholarship program; one that feeds into the Miss America Scholarship Program network.It's a role I've performed before, and I was reminded why it's important by the 17-year-old winner.The young woman is a dancer. When it was her turn to perform her talent, she strode into the spotlight wearing a gorgeous turquoise dance costume, and holding a piece of paper in her steady hands.She acknowledged that she loves dancing, and had planned a dance for her talent, and then changed her mind at the last moment. Instead, she had something to say to the women in the audience.She asked us to raise our hands if we'd ever been called a name other than "beautiful."Almost all but the little girls raised their hands.She asked us to raise our hands if we'd ever compared ourselves to other women, and found ourselves lacking.Almost all but the little girls raised their hands.She asked us to raise our hands if we'd ever stopped ourselves about to leave the house because we realized we didn't have our makeup on and our hair done just so.Almost all but the little girls raised their hands.She told us that we are beautiful, just as we are, without anyone else's say-so, and without all the product, and in spite of the media's impossibly-perfect pitch of what beautiful supposedly looks like.
Your intuitive development is my passion. Whether through gaining insight through an Intuitive Clarity Session or an Oracle / Tarot Reading, or through growing your intuition through the courses I offer, my mission is supporting your intuitive empowerment.