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.
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.
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.
Sensitives are frequently surrounded by people, often in their own family, who don’t understand them, don’t “get” them.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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!