A few weeks ago, I got a call from a friend of mine. She'd met a man online and wanted to know my opinion.
As an intuitive, I usually get a good read on people and events, and friends and clients have relied on my skills as a intuitive guide and transformational teacher to support them during life's challenges. But, over the years, I've learned that there are specific times when I should never use my intuition.
1. Energy drain - We are all energy. Every exchange you have with individuals or groups (whether conscious or unconscious) can potentially feed or drain you, in some way. One of the biggest lessons I've learned, over the years, is discernment in who I choose with whom I choose to share my energy.
2. There's a catch - in this scenario you hold the key to...
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Heath was the self-proclaimed eyes and ears of the office.
With the information he gathered, he would carefully curate it for his own needs. Heath was very insecure and in desperate need of ego validation, so he was constantly scanning the floor for people to feed his thirst for positive attention. If he felt someone was not being as positive toward him as he wished, he’d make their life miserable. He’d gossip with other assistants and fuel any gossip he encountered with tidbits he’d gleaned during his fact-finding missions.
Then, he’d rally people around him and against whomever committed the egregious act of not giving him the recognition he thought he was due.
Many times, I had to stop what I was doing and tend to whatever discomfort Heath had unearthed to mai...