This week's episode is all about energy. Specifically, your energy, also known as your aura, and what it says about you. I chat with intuitive aura reader Susanna Merrick who sees people’s aura colors. It’s sort of like being able to see the colors that are captured in an aura photograph, but all the time. Because every single living thing has an aura, I see them as the great equalizer, moving us ever closer to each other and to the natural world. In this episode, Susanna shares her fascinating story of how she finally stepped into her calling, when she first began seeing aura colors, what each color means, and more. I’ve got a magenta aura apparently. I think you’ll love this episode and will learn so much!
“I wanted to empower women, I wanted to cultivate and build community. I wanted to help women express themselves via their style and their fashion and I wanted to find a way to take your essence and put it out there.”
“We walk around in a city where we’re constantly just bombarded and stimulated by people and things and messages, and I think sometimes it’s really helpful to just sit with someone and be reminded of who you are…”
“I’m not here to judge, I’m here to bring to light all the good that is in you.”
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Complete Show Notes:
THE LAST 5 QUESTIONS:
What is your favorite place in nature?
Zion’s Antelope Canyon, “nature’s gallery”
What is the animal, mineral or plant that resonates with you the most?
What is one thing we can do right now to connect with the natural world and bring more harmony into our lives?
Sit down with a friend and remind them that you see them and you hear them.
What’s the greatest lesson nature has taught you?
Life is not just one season. Storms are going to come and go and that is just part of it. And, they might wipe away everything, but the surface is still there and the will to rebuild is always there.
Nature brings me…
Life. Joy. Peace