003 – Who am I?
Summary: <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> .<br> <br> <br> <br> Hi Guys. I’m Cindy and I’m a Spiritual Medium.<br> <br> <br> <br> So today I thought I’d just change things up a little bit because I get asked quite a lot of times who am I and in also who am I, where have I been, what do I come from, how does that evolve?<br> <br> <br> <br> So first and foremost as my title would say, I am a Spiritual Medium. And what that means is that I am the connection, the bridge, what I like to call it, between the spiritual realm and the human realm. Most of my clients have probably come to me when they’re feeling stuck, and they’re not sure where the next step is that they need to do in business, career-wise, life-wise and I use my abilities, my connection with Spirit in order to give them what they need right now, to help them to heal any wounds or blocks that they have as well as how to empower them to actually get to the next stage, the next step in life.<br> <br> <br> <br> So, roughly, I have been doing this for as long as I can remember. I have been, really, doing it since I was a really young girl. I’ve just… It’s something that’s just, again, come naturally to me and I’ve always been intuitive and over the years I’ve learned how to grow and fine-tune my gift and actually listen, listen to what Spirit is saying more and actually get clear or concise messages from Spirit. And that obviously, as has got over the years, that obviously has developed to the stage where I am now, where I can pinpoint blocks in people’s lives very quickly without having to beat around the bush, to say it so much. I’m originally not from; I’m originally from South Africa and I have lived in many countries and in doing so have actually, was able to, I’ve been able to learn a lot of the dynamics of like people work learning psychology of that.<br> <br> <br> <br> And it’s been really good because there’s been different cultural perspectives to Mediumship and actually being able to learn and grasp from them has actually helped me tremendously. So now I’m going to turn it a little bit on its head and going to go. You guys know who I am and what I stand for and what I believe and what I hold true. Now I’m going to ask you. Who are you and can you answer that question on: “Who am I?” A lot of times people, I find when I talk to people, I’m like, “Who are you?” And then we’re like, ah, and they’ll just give their name and “I do x, y, z” and they’ll talk about their career, and that’s not “Who are you?” I want to know what defines you, what brings you joy, what makes you happy? What is your purpose? And your purpose doesn’t need to be something major like ending, you know, ending, peace, ending having world peace and ending suffering or whatever, which is a good goal to have. But your purpose could be also in organization that doing organizing or doing event planning is your passion and that it’s just who you are. You just naturally a person that just loves doing that. So this is what I want you to think about.<br> <br> <br> <br> Have that conversation with yourself and ask yourself, “Who am I?” And for most of us, if you actually go back to yourself as a child, now I’m talking around about between the ages of about three and five, six, you’ll actually find that what you used to do then is so in line with who you are today and what your true purpose is. For me, if you had to look at me at that stage, I was free. I was always the teacher, always giving lessons. I’d have my teddy bears all in a row and they’d have to listen to me, and my Mum, and everyone, thought I was going to be a school teacher.<br> <br> <br> <br> Well, I’m teaching in a different sense now,