Free Guidance

 

The Free Guidance on this page is intended to help you find the clarity & empowerment that you are looking for within yourself. You are an intuitive being. Trust your ability to know yourself.

The Questions for Reflection can be used as: journaling prompts, topics for discussion, themes for meditation, or in your personal tarot or oracle readings. (Use the Free Spreads for your personal readings, too!)

The Affirmations are designed to stimulate a solution-oriented mindset. Use them as inspiration to create Affirmations specific to your situation.

The Empowering Reminders are statements about your power, your ability to know, your ability to choose, and your ability to create anything you want.

 

Love Guidance

Questions for Reflection

How can I better love myself?

In what ways do I offer love more freely to others than to myself?

What old wounds around love am I ready to heal?

How can I open my heart to the love I crave?

What am I blind to when it comes to love?

What do I need to know about my relationship?

What toxic love pattern am I ready to break, and how can I break it?

What are my limiting beliefs about love?

What do I love, but neglect?

What do I most want out of a relationship, and how can I offer it to myself?

Affirmations

It is safe for me to receive love.

I trust my ability to handle changes within relationships.

I release the past in order to open myself up to the new.

I am worth all the love that I seek.

I know how to love myself in every way possible.

I am worthy of an abundance of love and support.

It is easy to set boundaries within relationships.

Everything I need can be found within myself.

I know what I want and I know what I deserve.

I easily attract genuine, honest love.

Empowering Reminders

Love never needs to be earned.

When we stop struggling for love, we find an endless well of it within ourselves.

No decision needs to be made right now. You have time.

No matter how scary, every ending is for the best in the long run.

If you have to convince someone to love you, then that is not love.

In order to be comfortable alone, you have to actually spend some time alone.

To learn what a healthy relationship feels like, you must be open to the unknown.

In your gut, you always know when you can trust someone.

Every personal issue you carry into a relationship gets amplified, not erased.

We are allowed to choose who we call family.

 

Money Guidance

Questions for Reflection

Which money habits would I change if I suddenly became rich?

How much of my self-worth is attached to my financial situation?

In what ways do I experience abundance now?

What limiting beliefs do I hold around money, and how can I change them?

In what ways do I oppose wealth?

What are my biggest money-making skills, passions, and strengths?

Other than money, what do I block myself from receiving?

What are my biggest wounds around trust?

How can I improve my financial situation in the short term, and in the long term?

What do I hope having more money will fix that I can actually fix now?

Affirmations

I am abundant in all.

I am open to receiving every good thing that wants to find me.

Financial opportunities flow to me constantly.

I am safe in every way possible.

I am a good money luck charm.

I am proud of my financial situation.

My worth is unchangeable.

I am worthy of wealth.

I am grateful for my financial stability.

Money loves me.

Empowering Reminders

There is more than enough money to go around.

Every being deserves to feel safe and cared for.

Abundance has way more sources than just money. Abundance surrounds you.

Your money situation can quickly change for the better. You are not stuck.

Worrying about money does nothing to change your financial situation.

Having money in your pocket doesn't take money out of someone else's.

If you want to have money, you have to tackle negative beliefs about rich people.

It's okay to accept help, compliments, gifts, money, love, and support.

In the age of the internet, multiple streams of income are more accessible than ever.

Rich people enjoy looking at their bank accounts. Notice how you feel looking at yours.

 

Career Guidance

Questions for Reflection

What is my definition of career success?

What career goals did I have in the past that I let go of due to self-doubt?

What is the appeal around leaving this job, and what is the fear?

How do I feel about my current job title? Am I proud or ashamed?

In what ways am I holding myself back on my career path?

What can I do for hours on end, and still feel energized afterwards?

In what ways can I improve my work/life balance?

What is stopping me from creating a new stream of income?

What drives me? What fulfills me? What inspires me? What moves me?

What transferable skills did I develop in my previous jobs?

Affirmations

I add value to my community.

I know what I am good at, and I know how to leverage it.

My work leaves me feeling fulfilled, satisfied, and smiling at the end of the day.

I have a multitude of skills that would add value to a multitude of workplaces.

I am my definition of success.

I am the dream employee. / I am the dream entrepreneur.

I consistently level up in my career.

Every step I take adds to my inevitable success.

I know exactly what I want and exactly how to get it.

My work feels like play.

Empowering Reminders

You are not your career. There is so much more to you than your job choice.

It's okay to change jobs as many times as you want.

Remote work is more accessible than ever.

You likely have many skills that you could use in freelance work.

Barely anyone is 100% confident about their career path.

Small, consistent actions often bear better results than big, erratic actions.

Even the crappiest job teaches you what you don't want to do.

You don't need to know the destination. Just focus on the next step.

The only doors that will open for you are the ones that you knock on.

If you can't find your dream job, then you are the best candidate to invent it.

 

Growth Guidance

Questions for Reflection

In what ways have I grown recently that I should be proud of myself for?

In what ways am I stunting my personal growth?

How can I better maintain a growth mindset?

What can my current challenge or struggle teach me?

What advice would the best version of me offer me right now?

How would the child version of me feel if they saw who I am today?

 Which past lesson has prepared me for what I am experiencing now?

What actions can I take today that will lend to my overall growth?

In what ways am I perfect in this moment?

How can I better accept my journey through life?

Affirmations

I am an ever-evolving being.

I am perfectly equipped for whatever is ahead of me.

I absorb every lesson that can be absorbed from my experiences.

Today, I choose to be the best version of myself.

There is nothing I cannot become.

Who I am and who I want to be are in alignment.

I am grateful for the lessons I learned through past challenges.

I am exactly as I should be.

I build my path to take me where I want to go.

I am constantly getting smarter, more intuitive, and more self-aware.

Empowering Reminders

Every obstacle provides an opportunity for a creative solution.

Struggle creates strength.

It is healthy to balance personal development with self-acceptance.

Growth is uncomfortable. You can learn to appreciate that discomfort.

Nature grows when we stop attacking it. You are Nature. Be kind to yourself.

Growth in the future comes from being aware in the present moment.

You have the power to respond rather than to react.

In order to develop new beliefs or habits, you have to challenge old ones.

Gratitude for the lessons that challenges teach can heal almost anything.

All that exists is this moment right now. The past is gone. The future is but a thought.

 

Spirituality Guidance

DISCLAIMER: I intentionally kept this section vague due to the many different spiritual beliefs out there.

I did my best to create Questions, Affirmations, and Reminders that would speak to the general population, regardless of each individual's beliefs. If something here clashes with your beliefs, set it aside. My advice is always to take what I offer and tailor it to your needs.

Questions for Reflection

How can I integrate more spirituality into my daily life?

How can I better align myself with my spiritual beliefs?

Which fears of mine are blocking my spiritual development?

How can I be as present as possible today?

How can I expand my spiritual awareness?

Which spiritual belief or practice am I ready to develop, and how?

What does the most spiritual version of me look, sound, and feel like?

What limiting beliefs did I develop about spirituality during my childhood?

How can I be more in tune with my spiritual connection?

What has my gut been trying to tell me about my spirituality?

Affirmations

I am in charge of my spirituality.

My intuition is clear, direct, and reliable.

I know what is right for me because it feels right.

My spiritual path is clearly illuminated.

I believe what I believe.

I love expanding my spiritual awareness.

I am alive.

I am grateful for my spirituality.

My spiritual connection is limitless.

I trust in my spiritual practice.

Empowering Reminders

*Religious control is often control of Behavior, Information, Thought, and/or Emotion.

**You have the right to religious / spiritual freedom.

**You have the right to keep your spiritual beliefs private.

**You have the right to change your religious / spiritual beliefs at any time.

**Your thoughts and beliefs are yours to control, no one else's.

***You have the right to hold any spiritual belief or opinion.

Your spirituality is not your whole identity. Remember the other parts of You.

Spirituality does not replace caring for your physical needs.

It is healthy to occasionally re-evaluate spiritual beliefs.

Growth requires an open mind.

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