WHO SAYS SCIENCE & MAGIC ARE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE?
I've spent years cultivating some seemingly disparate sides of my personality. I like to call them The Scholar, The Sage, and The Savage.
Historically, these women have lived very separate lives. I always felt that if The Sage spent too much time at work with The Scholar, I wouldn't be taken seriously as the highly trained and experienced medical professional that I am. After all, what medical office is a place for tarot cards and intuition?
And The Savage? She's why we don't have nice things. Like expensive wine glasses.
Or white jeans.
The more time I spent with The Sage, though, I realized that she is the reason I'm a great medical provider. I am intuitive. I know which questions to ask, even when I don't know why. Sometimes I ask seemingly odd or unrelated questions that truly get to the heart of what's going on with a client. The more I involved The Sage in my process, the more I realized that I wasn't shrinking as a medical provider - I was growing as a healer. The Savage is whip-smart and doesn't suffer bullshit. She is the voice that reminds people that enjoyment, contentment, and pleasure are critical to healing.
The Scholar is smart. The Sage is wise. The Savage is real.