What was I looking for before I came across Heidi? I was looking for intuition. I wanted to deepen my intuitive-ness. I didn’t really know that I was intuitive, but there was something there, and I knew it was important: I felt ready to explore.
I was attracted to Heidi herself – I read her book, but didn’t take it any further till my late husband, Stephen and I went to Inspire together.
We were hooked it – we loved it.
My major transformation came from losing my husband in September, 2017. I was lost and needed guidance.
I joined the Enlightenment Path. I was attracted by the alignment of the content with the cycle of nature, from pod to bloom, aligned with our own cycles.
I was curious. What appealed most is that it is a cycle, naturally unfolding through the five phases, It was genius – Mother Nature linking with our own inner nature - aligning with our own cycle, the family and the balance we bring to it.
It was a brilliant concept - it made complete sense.
I felt at ease, and understood.
Heidi spoke to the depth of myself, as if she could see right inside me.
And it was not just words – she was speaking to me from a good place, and she was so clear, and honest.
There was no hiding anything, no showing off – it was like speaking to a close friend, a good listener who understands you well.
Every intuitive deserves to be listened to in this way.
Sensitives are frequently surrounded by people, often in their own family, who don’t understand them, don’t “get” them.
I had moved from my home country, Serbia.
I had tried other teachers. Gosia Gorna, for example – I liked her and her workshops and advice on the Emotional Release Technique (The Sedona Method with Hale Dwoskin ), that does neutralise energy, and I still use it today.
I had also tried many other things - co-counselling, hypnotherapy, advanced hypnotherapy, and qualifications in various forms of healing, all of which seemed parallel to my inner world, rather than linked to it.
It was Heidi who explained that as a 1/10 Life Code this was to be expected:
she showed me how I worked, how I saw the world around me.
I would like to tell other intuitive-sensitives that they are not the only ones out there.
They feel different, but they should see intuition as normal and to be embraced. They are gifted – their sensitivity really is their greatest asset. But it takes time to study, to understand it.
I would ask them what they want to know – most of them are curious about their intuition.
I would check what they see as their challenge, and perhaps ask if they would like to find out more about Heidi’s work. Her talks are a good place to start, and introduce them to the community – to reassure them they are not alone - they can connect, make friends , find emotional release.
I would check what sort of support they need – do they feel alone? If so, do they want to meet other sensitives in a safe space?
Their intuition is a gift. Are they using it, or hiding from it?
My life has changed since I met Heidi.
I am much less in fear, much more in my courageous heart.
I am less "in my head", more accepting of my feelings, and definitely living by intuition.
When I first went to Inspire I didn’t think I was sensitive.
In fact I was actually hoping not to be “found out” as an imposter. I had just come along to listen – now I recognise and embrace my gift.
Before I was feeling not good enough; now I am at peace, and definitely very accepting of my intuitive-sensitivity as an asset.
Without this transformation, life would just be dull.
Every day I’d be going through routine motions, very boring and shallow.
I would be dying inside – if you aren’t growing you are dying.
Everything would be mediocre, superficial, and – well, dull!
What Heidi is doing is supporting people.
She is spreading their understanding of their sensitive community.
It’s peak time for stepping up
and belonging and connecting,
and it’s exciting!
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"I am deeply grateful for my life choice, my sensitivity to KNOW I had to engage for things to be different”.