Moments of Kerri's Life

Nicole Pope: Evidential Medium

Next on “Who Are You? What’s Your Story?”, Nicole shares her pivot from corporate America to psychic medium work. Today, Nicole is an Evidential Medium, Teacher at the Mediumship Matters Spiritual School, Usui Reiki Master Teacher, Spirit Led Reiki Practioner, and Holy Fire Reiki Practitioner.

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Stop Negative Thinking

We get so caught up in judging ourselves for not taking an action that we made a promise to take, that we don’t take the action.

We need to be constantly reminded that unless we take conscious, consistent action, to rewire our minds, it’s inevitably going to default thinking negatively. Once you catch yourself not following through with the action that you made a commitment to, you just immediately do it. You just do it.

Why is that important? It stops the cycle of negative thinking.
It gives you the ability to celebrate yourself for remembering to do the thing you made a promise to do. Instead of beating yourself up for not following through, you’ve shifted the experience, and now you get to celebrate yourself. And when you do that enough times over and over and over- you rewire your brain to trust yourself.

That’s really what my work is with all my clients, and anybody who I touch and sprinkle love on, even if it’s just one interaction. What I’m trying to teach is that you can save, heal, and take care of yourself. You do not need external anything to take care of yourself. So often, we seek external information or external resources to take care of ourselves. When we’re doing that, we miss the thing right in front of us that can help us in that moment. That is why it’s really, really important to take small actions, stick to them consistently, and then celebrate them over and over and over again. That starts to build up your reserve of trust for yourself.

It’s just gonna take time. It’s just gonna take repeated consistent action. If you follow through on that one small thing, without beating yourself up, every time you forget, and you just take the action in that moment, you will expand kindness and compassion towards yourself. Which inevitably enables you to show up in the world as a kinder and more compassionate person.

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Stephanie Berman Interview: Founder of the Aziza project

Next on “Who Are You? What’s Your Story?”, meet Stephanie Berman, founder and executive director of the Aziza project. This project supports women navigating issues with their gynecological health and raises awareness to educate insurance companies on women’s gynecological diagnoses.

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Uncover Yourself!

People work with me to help them uncover themselves. Because we are all unique. We all have different passions, we all have different motivators, different drives, and different things that are meaningful for us. We’ve been conditioned to believe that we need to operate in a certain way to be deemed a worthy, successful, positive contributor to the world. Those beliefs are all different for everybody. But the reality is, that many of those beliefs don’t serve us or help us experience life joyfully, fulfilled, and with passion and purpose. The only way I believe in which we can live a fulfilled life is when we chase our passions. I have a call to action for all of you. What is your heart calling you to do? What is one small, tiny thing you can do to take action? Whether it’s asking for help, being kind to yourself, giving yourself grace, or holding yourself accountable- you have all the wisdom that you need. You just have to follow it. And I know that you can. Show up for yourself in love and kindness and listen to your heart. It won’t steer you wrong!

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I’m Unstoppable. And So Aren’t You?

Each time we show up from a place of curiosity, and willingness to dig in and learn from the mistakes that we make, we hone our craft, we hone our skills. Eventually, we will excel in whatever area it is that we are focusing our attention on.

Show up for yourself, with hope, resilience, courage, self-love, and an unwavering belief that what you offer to yourself or the world is a worthy cause. Whether it is within a relationship, a job, a community, or to yourself- it is a worthy cause. It can’t NOT work out, it just can’t. The laws of physics and nature, prove that it can’t. It just doesn’t mean it will work out on your time.

It’s okay to have dark moments. It’s okay. But allow them to teach you what you need to learn. Which for me, was to have patience and to trust the process. And then keep it moving so that you can experience the dreams that you’re chasing. Whether it’s a change in thinking, a behavioral change, breaking free from addiction, or growing a global business like myself, whatever you desire to achieve, you will achieve it. It just doesn’t happen the way we want it to. And quite often it brings you to your knees many times over.

Well, I’m unstoppable. And so aren’t you?

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RJ Johnson: Forgiveness

Next on “What’s your story?”: I am beyond privileged and excited to introduce my guest, RJ, who has a really powerful story about forgiveness, redemption, and healing in prison.

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Life Is Meant to Be Fun!

My topic for today is laughter- more importantly, fun.
I’ve recently connected with several people who the very thought of fun is foreign to them, which is incredibly telling as to why they’re struggling emotionally, physically. Because the reality is, life is meant to be fun. And we have been conditioned to work, and work, and work and stress. And we’ve lost sight of the fact that
we should be able to experience moments of joy.
Do you really think that we exist in the human body to grow, go to school, go to more school, get a job, buy a house, get a partner, have 2.5 kids a dog, go to work, and rinse and repeat until we retire? And then hopefully, we’ll have enough energy to go do the things that we’ve always wanted to do. I don’t believe that’s the case. It is when we incorporate intentional moments of fun, in every single day of our lives, that we are able to tap into that experience of growth, of creativity, of peace.
If I’m feeling particularly anxious or overwhelmed by the circumstances that I am going through in my life, or with something I’m contending with at work, I will stop and lean more intentionally into doing something fun. When you take yourself out of the angst, you give yourself permission to leave it on the table and do something differently. More often than not, when I’m having fun, creative solutions come to me. I’m able to
come up with an idea or a thought that will either free me from the anxiety completely, or allow me to take action so that I can
move through the difficult situation.

What do you do for fun?
Can you give yourself permission today to do something unexpected and joyful for yourself? Go for a walk. Sing your favorite song. Dance like a fool.
I promise you, you won’t regret it. Your mental health won’t regret it. Your body won’t regret it. And because we are all consciously connected, the people around you will really benefit from it too.

Until next time, be well and show up in kindness and love for yourself.

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Anita Govender, Belief Transformation Specialist: Interview

Kerri: What is it that belief transformation specialists do?

Anita: I work at the level of limiting beliefs that are a part of our subconscious. So, in the work that I do, it is a two pronged approach where I work with the limiting beliefs at the level of mind, and then also releasing the energy blockages that are created by those beliefs based on the experiences that we had. And I help facilitate the healing of those blockages and the release of that as well. So, we go from both aspects. And that allows someone to let go of their inherited beliefs, and then form new ones for themselves. And this is, you know, the empowerment piece of them choosing what it is they want going forward.

Kerri: That is so beautiful. And I absolutely love it. Two things I want to highlight before I ask you how you got to this place in your life. The first was that you said, inherited beliefs, right. So, for anybody out there, what I need to point out was you just kind of acquired these beliefs rather than it being something that you chose. Important, because we all sit in guilt and shame over these beliefs we have when really there’s no reason to. And then secondly, I’m highlighting that you facilitate your client’s ability to choose the beliefs that serve them, right, so powerful, because when you are given the ability, you get to create beliefs that make you feel so good. I love the work you’re doing. And I really appreciate it because I really believe that as people start to recognize that they have the power of choice within their subconscious, we will inevitably see a more loving, compassionate world.

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