In this episode, we dive into the fascinating realm of spirit guides. Our guest, Whitney McNeill shares her extensive knowledge and guides us through this topic.
Whitney is a Certified Medium, Reiki Master-Teacher, and Spiritual Mentor. She’s the owner of the 6-figure business Messenger of Spirit, and has developed her own program called the Intuition Abundance Academy. Through her signature framework, the 4 Intuitive Languages™, she empowers her students to tap into their intuitive guidance and make aligned decisions toward their life purpose.
“Our guides do know what we need to do. They’re there to help us. We just need to lean into that trust.” - Whitney McNeill
The topic of spirit guides comes with a lot of questions. Here are three that Whitney answers in this episode:
How do we recognize our spirit guides?
How do we talk to our spirit guides?
How do we start a relationship with our spirit guides?
Spirit guides come as helpers with an understanding of what it means to be human. They’re there to guide us, give us a nudge in the right direction, and offer help in various ways. Because they know what it’s like to be human, they have more human characteristics and personalities.
A lot of times, especially when we’re just starting to intentionally communicate with our guides, it can be difficult to differentiate our own thoughts from the words of our guides. We tend to doubt ourselves and the messages we’re receiving. This episode can be your starting point to help you navigate these questions and uncertainties.
“The more you train your energy to recognize the subtleties of energy, the easier it’s going to be for you.” - Whitney McNeill
For additional resources, you can take Whitney’s Intuitive Language Quiz and check out her Oracle cards. These valuable tools can enhance your ability to communicate with your guides and deepen your spiritual connection.
Quiz - What's Your Intuitive Language®?
Messenger of Spirit Oracle Cards
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