Are You Paying Attention? Higher Self Habits, Intuitive Relations, and Plant Medicine Healing with Lecia Fox
Are You Paying Attention?
How do you allow pain and energy to move through you when a deep relationship in your life comes to an end? What does it feel like to live a life in dedication to your excitement, self-love, and ultimate creative journey? Are you paying attention to the universal signs that are trying to guide you to your highest self?
A few years ago I was introduced to Lecia Fox via a mutual friend. Lecia is a Light Worker, Activator, and HigherSelf Life Coach. In simple terms, she’s packed full of wisdom and light. We planned on recording a podcast episode, but the Universe intervened a few times and it never worked out. Fast forward to today and it all makes sense.
The Universe Wants to Play With You
Lecia and I both look for signs from the Universe to help guide us in our business, spiritual, and awareness journeys. Over the past few months, we started having so many synchronicities that it became crystal clear that it was time to connect. She is one of my favorite’s to tune into because her authenticity glows, and the way that she teaches is of the highest form of mastery.
“What are you actually afraid of? Your highest self has infinite wisdom…”
In this episode, Lecia and I freely explore the collision of our journeys, the magic universal wand that is always guiding you, Pythagorean numerology, the process of transitioning through deep relationships, ayahuasca and plant medicine healing journeys, higher self habits, the intimacy of intuition, self forgiveness, unconditional love and more.
Wisdom From the Dalai Lama
Shortly after our episode, Lecia sent me this beautiful reminder in the mail. I wanted to share it because it packs a punch that is incredibly relevant to all of us.
“To be aware of a single shortcoming within oneself is more useful than to be aware of a thousand in somebody else. Rather than speaking badly about people and in ways that will produce friction and unrest in their lives, we should practice a purer perception of them, and when we speak of others, speak of their good qualities. If you find yourself slandering anybody, first imagine that your mouth is filled with excrement. It will break you of the habit quickly enough.” – H.H. The XIV TH Dalai Lama