I just returned from an amazing trip to see Sara O’Meara, and this trip was extra special because Padre Paul came with me. I can’t tell you how wonderful it was to have two such amazing healers under one roof. As you can imagine, we blew that roof right off!
As you probably have gathered from my newsletters, I have always been called to spend time with miracle healers. I think this is because it reminds me of who we really are—Divine beings capable of anything. It is so inspiring to witness miracles like that of Shana, a woman who was left with a brain injury after a near fatal car accident and couldn’t smell or taste as a result. Shana went home after Sara O’Meara’s healing service and cooked a hotdog for her daughter, and you guessed it, she smelled it cooking and realized it was the first time she’d smelled anything since the accident. She said when she tasted that hotdog, it was the best thing she had ever tasted in her life! These instantaneous shifts in consciousness, whether they result in physical, mental, emotional or spiritual healings, are what I call miracles.
On this trip, I received a healing of my back and hip. Even though I have received many miracle healings from John of God, Padre Paul, Sara O’Meara and other lesser-known healers, it is always mind-blowing and expanding to be a recipient of such grace. When I stood up to claim my healing at Sara’s Little Chapel last weekend, I felt my right hip become liquid light. I could feel it structurally shifting as Sara directed healing energy towards me from across the room, using only her intention. She looked at me and said what she always says to me when I stand up to claim a healing, “Honey, Holy Spirit is ALL over you!” And it was. The heat emanating from my body was so intense I felt like I would spontaneously combust.
One of the results I have had from being a recipient of so much healing light is that I, too, have become a conduit for the light. This was recently acknowledged by a client of mine who received a healing from me without my conscious knowledge while I was in prayer Saturday night at The Little Chapel.
This client, Christine, is a healer herself. On that night she was preparing for a friend to come over and receive a healing from her, but when her friend didn’t show up, she lay down on her massage table to receive the light instead. She relayed to me that as she did this, I came to her in spirit and gave her a healing that concentrated Holy Spirit throughout her body. It was a very palpable experience for her. Of course, I was in meditation at The Little Chapel praying for the miracle healings to occur the following day, unaware that they were also happening in the now for Christine. For me, this was a miracle, to have an intention to serve others and have it happen without my conscious awareness.
I have also noticed recently that there is an energy I work with now that is so strong and so palpable it makes my hands shake when it comes through me. This is especially noticeable when I am in the presence of Padre Paul. I believe we are all conduits of this Love, and there is nothing special about me. This energy is who we are, and we just need to be reminded of it. This is why I take people on spiritual journeys to witness and receive miracles. Of course, miracles can happen anywhere and with anyone, because the Divine is everywhere.
Take a moment to open to the possibility of a miracle in your own life. When you do, you can expect a miracle. This is how it has been for me, so I know it can happen for you, too.
If you would like an opportunity to visit Sara O’Meara, please click here for more information on my Sedona Retreat this fall.
Learn to let go in this one-minute meditation. Sometimes we just have to sit down and let go of all our worries. Yes, just drop them. This video will help you train your mind to let go, and when this happens, love can enter.
Take a moment to read about this amazing facilitator of spirit. She may be just the person to assist you in actualizing your spirit’s vision in the world creating more peace, harmony and clarity in your life.
What inspired me to be a Spirit Coach: When I chose to become a Spirit Coach®, I had already been on a path of self-discovery for many years. I had received support from other coaches, teachers, healers, and even psychologists during this time. However, it was after I became a Spirit Coaching client that the real growth, healing and changes started happening so easily in my life, and I saw how this method is so needed in the world. More than anything else I had tried, this work helped me to change my thought patterns and supported me in truly transforming myself so I could create and enjoy a life of purpose.
Share one of your favorite Spirit Coaching moments: Meeting my guide for the first time was a profound experience for me. It was so affirming and as I developed a conscious relationship with him; this really helped guide me on my personal Spirit Coaching journey. During this time, I also learned invaluable tools to help me shift out of old habits, patterns, and emotions that had been holding me back in my life. I was finally empowered to take full responsibility for the life I had created. This awareness, allowed me to shift my perception of reality more effectively. The practicing gratitude has been an especially juicy gem that’s helped me to own all the goodness that God has blessed me with already, and to appreciate more and more the wonderful life that I have co-created with Spirit.
Share one of your many client success stories: One of the best ones happened just last week. My client texted me to say that she was running late for her session. I was guided to send her healing energy in my reply, I texted, “Drive safe and don’t worry.” She arrived only a few minutes late, and told me that my text had saved her life. She said that as she had received it, she had seen a blue light come through the text and fill her car. She instantly felt calmer, and took a moment to ground herself and breathe, making for a much more peaceful drive. Later on, while she was still on the freeway, a huge metal bin flew off the back of a semi, smashing the car in front of her. She saw it coming since she was so grounded and peaceful, and gently veered into another lane, able to continue on without any damage or injury to her or her car. She looked back in her rearview mirror to see many cars behind her piling up. Because she had slowed down, got present and let herself be peaceful she was able to avoid the collision.
What type of clients do you like to work with: I enjoy working with clients all over the world who are eager to connect with their truth and receive the support they need to take that next step in their growth. My ideal client is motivated to change and therefore willing to do the work required to transform.
Share a quick Spirit Coaching tip you’d like to leave readers with: One of my favorite tips would be to let yourself off the hook and stop beating yourself up, in recognition that you are doing your best and this is always enough. When you lose focus or get down on yourself, try taking a moment to stop and put those thoughts on pause. Take some long slow deep breaths and then look around you and try saying out loud to yourself what you appreciate or are grateful for about yourself and your life. Keep doing this until you are in a more gentle and grateful space. They say gratitude is the same frequency as Love, and it’s been my experience both personally and with my clients that gratitude is one of the fastest ways to raise your vibration and change your life.
To schedule a free discovery session with Certified Spirit Coach®, Christi Levannier, contact us at SpiritCoachTraining.com.
What is the one question that can change your life in 2015? I know in my work as a Spirit Coach® for over the last decade that it is the questions that we ask ourselves that make all the difference. And when we answer these questions from spirit—the highest, wisest, most authentic part of you that knows why you are here in this incarnation, we are on our way to co-creating our highest and best life. Watch this short video and contemplate on the question I am giving to you. Your greatest contribution to the world is within you waiting to be born. If I can assist you in this process, let me know. My next online Course is beginning on January 23rd, 2015. Spaces are limited. For more information, you can go to, www.SpiritCoachTraining.com/Course.
I especially love the New Year because there is an energetic collective group agreement for new beginnings. We can leave the past behind and step into who we truly came here to be. To support you in this process, I created a 2-minute video from Lake Tahoe. The beautiful snow covered landscape reminds me that we can always begin anew. Take some time today to try this process of releasing the old so you can step into the new. I find when we really are willing to let go of what is no longer serving us we can co-create our lives with much more ease, grace and joy. Try this New Year’s Eve Ritual and let me know your results. Happy New Year and many blessings to be spirit led in 2015. Your greatest contribution to the world is within you, simply waiting to be born.
If I can assist you in this process, let me know. “A Spirit-Led Life” Course is beginning January 23rd, 2015. Spaces are limited. For more information, you can go to, www.SpiritCoachTraining.com/Course.
Enjoy this one-minute meditation from Cathedral Rock Vortex in Sedona. This is one of my favorite places on the planet. Let this sacred energy wash over you, restoring you and illuminating the Divine in you.
1. Meditate. Practice The Three C’s to become Centered, Clear & Connected. This is the single best way to access your spirit’s vision.
2. Sleep with a pen and paper by your bed. When you wake up, don’t start thinking about your day right away, just let yourself be in that sweet spot between sleeping and waking—it is here your vision is. You can also ask a question before going to bed, such as: How can I contribute in this world?
3. Take “Be Time”. This is time for just being with no agenda. This clears your mind and allows your creativity to flourish.
4. After meditating, ask yourself, “What do I need to know about my vision?” Journal to record whatever comes through. You will be amazed at the ideas and guidance you can receive just by asking.
5. Follow your bliss. Make a commitment to do one thing you love to do every day. When we do what we love, even in small, seemingly insignificant ways, we are moving towards our vision.
Take a moment to remember when you walked through your fear and did something you always wanted to do. How did you feel? If the answer is anything more than great, then take a step toward your vision and dreams today. You will thank yourself later.
Take a moment to connect to the healing power and presence of the healing energy coming from this Sedona Vortex. Drink it in and let it fill you with grace for your day.
Learn how to create more “Be Time” for yourself. Giving yourself permission to unplug from everything, even the ones you love, for a short period of time, is nothing less than renewing. It helps you notice where you have been and where you would like to go. It lets you become connected again to the spirit that lives within—you know, that small subtle voice that we often ignore. When you are connected to spirit, it is impossible to ignore. This is the beauty, because when you start listening to that voice, your world blooms with colorful ideas of how to live better. Like a spring garden, the possibilities are born again.
Learning to pause is the antidote to many things in one’s life that usually end in a place where we do not want to be. So often our auto-responses react to a situation in a way that creates emotional turmoil for ourselves and for others, not to mention real life consequences. Sometimes we wish we could have a “do over” but that do over just doesn’t come so we are left with regret or remorse and the inability to change things. This whole pattern could be shifted with just one small act—to pause before we speak, react and take any action. A pause is like a window in time opening, where we can move out of old patterns and automatic responses just by stopping and doing nothing. This pause gives us the space to, perhaps, make a different choice than the one we have always made. It gives us the time and space to play out the consequences of our actions. When we pause, we stop to contemplate what it is we really mean, what it is that is really important to us and how to best convey this. Even in the heat of anger, a pause can give us a momentary reprieve from whatever emotion is running us and allow us to open up to a more aligned choice for ourselves. Pause before you speak and act, this moment of reflection will save you a lifetime of heartaches.