THE MORNING SHOW
Jennifer Noel Taylor
Author of Love Incorporated:The Business Of Doing What You Love
Have you beentold that if you follow your Heart, the money will come? And did you find out that this wasn’t quite true for you?
Like many of you, Jennifer quit her “real job” to embark on a career in healing work. And she was dismayed and surprised to discover that the money did not come!
What did come was debt and stress about money! Here she was – following her heart, helping others, and yet wondering where was the love for her!
Jennifer asked herself…..
“Why was I struggling financially?”
“How did I manage to accumulate $135,000 in debt?!!”
“Where was this magical support I was supposed to receive from the Universe?”
She was definitely angry at the Universe and angry at God for not providing for her when she was working so hard to help others.
And then she had a wake-up call. Jennifer had an “Ah Ha” moment at one of the lowest points in her life. She realized a key mistake that she was making with her relationship to her mission and my money. Once she had this realization, she started to turn things around…
-The universe is always talking, but we either don’t hear it or ignore it.
-Energy healing is the application of love.
-Energy can be felt and is non local, enabling long distance healing.
-Do something you love every day, no matter how small, for 10-15 minutes a day. Even just petting the cat. This opens the heart and sets the intent to hear something from the universe.
-Messages need to be invited – the universe needs permission to come in.
-Acknowledge fear, be operational while the fear is present, and proceed.
-Pain is a message from our higher self to make a course correction. Apply love to where it hurts.
-Be open-minded enough to give it a shot, follow your heart, and connect to the guidance.
-Buy only things we love.
-John asks how to transition from being an engineer to a healing practitioner without having a financial crash.
-Just because you’re doing something spiritual, God won’t do all the work for you. You still need to do the work.
jennifer noel taylor, the business of doing what you love, december 6, 2016