Have you ever met someone, and you walk away from the conversation you’ve had, a bit stunned and a whole lot relieved? Those are the emotions I had after having a recent reading with my next guest. Jennie Ogilvie is here today, and we discuss something that I need to work on daily, changing my dialogue, so my story changes.
Jennie is known as Canada’s Unconventional Medium. Her no BS method, combined with her mediumship skills, promises to create an experience like no other. She pulls no punches while challenging and helping you dig deep and ask yourself the hard questions.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, but most of all, you’ll get to connect with yourself; and maybe a spirit or two. She is all about giving you what you need at that moment in your life, not wanting, but what you’re needing!
Here are three reasons why you should listen to the complete Episode:
Who is Jennie Ogilvie
How she helps
Dialogue to self
Shut up and listen
Closet of masks
Elevating your life
Jennie defines what spirituality is to her
Your head and your mind
Death and grief
Meditation versus attunement
Spirituality versus religion
What Jennie is grateful for
40:24 – “I said, it’s the actual spirit of me, it’s, it’s the spirit of my actual self, that flame that bright light. And if I want to dim it, I can, if I want to blow it up, I can. And just acknowledging that that is the center of my greatness. And when I feel, you know, oftentimes, when you feel upset about something, or you get shut down, you feel like you’re outside of your body. Like that is how much power we have to disassociate ourselves that we can feel inside of her body. If we turn that around, can you imagine how much power we have with touching our greatness, or getting closer to it? Like, that’s, that’s profound.”
49:03 – “Death is the number one thing in your life that makes you show up in that very second, that you have to look at it. You can’t walk around it. You can’t you can put it on this proverbial bookshelf later on, because you don’t want to do that, but it makes you show up. And isn’t that a beautiful piece? That’s such a beautiful piece that death does. It doesn’t make us lose ourselves in someone else’s death makes us show up for our life.”
51:28 – “Know that energy, energy survives the physical body, it just requires us to show up just differently in order to continue to have that. So we really haven’t lost anything, just the vehicle that the person was in. Much like, you know, when you have an old car, the car goes to the junkyard. The driver doesn’t.”
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