On this episode of The Autoimmune Hour, Sharon Sayler chats with Terry Wildemann, founder of the consulting business, Intuitive Leadership®. When you listen in, you’ll discover how to create more in-depth opportunities to heal by being real about your vulnerabilities, showing up authentically and transparently, ‘coming-out-of-your-fear-closet,’ and even being okay saying things like ‘Yes, I use my intuition’ or ‘I talk with angels.’
Terry shares how when she opened up to the world who she authentically is, everything changed, in the right way…. Now, she has taken the skills she developed by overcoming her own health challenges to help entrepreneurs and professionals show up as who they authentically are.
Terry’s message will show you how to more deeply heal body, mind, and soul, including how you can learn to trust your intuition for self-connection, integration, and self-care. Learn more about Terry at www.Facebook.com/IntuitiveLeader. And prepare to be intrigued, available now at www.UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/Care.
After being introduced, Terry began by talking about how it was going to be a great show because everything was working together to make it absolutely fantastic. She talked about trusting that everything is going to work not going into that fear place ─ and FEAR stands for “forgetting everything is all right” but focusing on EAR: Everything is all right.
0:04:35.1 She now shares her personal story on how she trusted her intuition and how she “stuck to her guns” despite of a lot of challenges.
0:13:46.9 She talks about Louise Hay and her work You Can Heal Your Life. and how we really can manage our health by focusing on the positive and trusting your intuition and walking the talk.
How did you come out with your spirituality and your intuition?
0:21:03.3 At this point, Sharon asks Terry how she came out of her spirituality and her intuition. Terry talks about her book The Enchanted Boardroom, that it’s about teaching people how to tap into their intuition and using all our gifts.
0:38:03.7 Now, she talks about the types of closets we trap ourselves in like self-judgment or lack of self-esteem or not owning up to things and the importance of taking ownership of who we are as individuals.