We explore deep spiritual concepts that help you to access more of your divine power so that you can create the life that you feel called to create now.
We explore this with Ana Noyce. She’s an author, a teacher, a coach and founder of the Light Language University. And as a child, she was fortunate to have a father with a background in Buddhism, and who also studied with the Native American Indians, who taught him the medicine way. And he then passed his knowledge on to Ana. She joined the staff at a local church where she and her family attended, only to have supernatural experiences kind of leak out as she really tried to hold it all in. Eventually, she gave into her spiritual gifts, which has led her to all that she’s creating today.
So if you’ve ever wondered how to reconcile the world of spirituality with the practicality of being human, sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- What exactly did Ana’s father pass on to her?
- What spiritual gifts of hers made some uncomfortable in the church she served?
- What is a, ‘heartline’?
- What are some of the unconscious filters that Ana had to learn?
- How did Ana learn to let go of the weight of worrying about if people will accept her?
- Why do Ana think most workers are broke?
- What is the key for somebody not to bypass their pain of the human experience through spirituality?
- What are practical strategies that would help somebody connect to their spirit even if they have no clue where to start?
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