One night, I was in a coffee house in SW scouting locations for comedy open mic night when Bridget Pilloud came through the door. Our eyes met and we thought we were there to meet each other. I was there to meet a room; she was there to meet a client. So we introduced ourselves. There are just so many magnetic things about Bridget. She runs a kick-a business as an intuitive speaker, writer and more. I’ve been in awe of her insights and the way she packages her business. So I’ve been following her emails “Soul Notes” ever since. Today, I emailed Bridget a question about fear: “I’m dealing with a cancerous tumor that I think fear caused. So I’m interested in learning more about how to hurdle fear.”
This is what she said:
Wow- Cancerous tumor- Listen- I have a good feeling about you and this tumor.
Fear. Yes. But let me just say- it’s not about hurdling. It’s about sitting with and listening. Fear is information. That’s all.
I wrote this today. It must have been for you:
Our energy can change reality. Reality is mutable so we can change it. We are just one force in our reality. There are others that affect us as well. It’s not as simple as “What you believe, you attract.” It’s more like: “Understand and direct your reality in context with all forces.”
If you need some spot-on insight or direction, here’s where to find Bridget: intuitivebridge.com. Getting that response from Bridget has helped me keep fear at bay. The results of the genetic tests are back already! Tomorrow, we find out the results at 10 am. Instead of thinking about it, I think I’ll go watch reruns of Reno 911 ONLY because we ran out of Homeland discs. That’ll keep me out of trouble.
THREE POSITIVES FOR TODAY:
1- The genetic test is back. By this time tomorrow, I’ll have a better idea what it all means. And, hopefully, a more solid plan.
2- The clue bus stopped by: I need to keep working out through this, no matter what. So I did a step and strength class to start with all the other people at the clue bus stop.
3- Watched Livvie sing songs at Brownies. I was a complete failure as a Brownie, so she makes me proud.