Hi, my name is Elise Lebeau and I’m the Left Brain Intuitive.
As an intuitive, I often receive anonymous intuitive messages.
Is this one for you? Someone you know?
If you’ve been feeling like you keep bumping against the same problem over and over again—for a long time, not just a little bit—this message is for you. It’s about a very persistent issue, a problem with a thick crust that has built on top of it over the years.
You see, when I read someone, my brain interprets their energy into images. In the case of an old problem, I envision a sort of thick crust surrounding the issue—an enduring pattern that you’ve been dealing with for a considerable time. It’s exhausting to repeatedly face this challenge.
Interestingly, when I look at your energy, I don’t see you stuck in a circular pattern. It’s more like a spiral. You may think you’re turning in a circle, repeatedly bumping into the same thing, but in reality, it’s a spiral. From the top, a spiral and a circle look the same, and this might be why you feel stuck.
In a spiral, each time you revisit the issue, you change something, understand a bit more about yourself, find moments of clarity, and then grow to the next level of the spiral. Although it may seem like you’re not making progress because you’re still in the spiral, you’re actually evolving.
The intuitive message for you today is to start noticing the little improvements. Let’s say this relates to financial issues. Over the years, every time you revisit this, you may feel bad about it, but you’ve made small improvements. You are elevating your financial situation, even though it’s not as fast as you’d like.
The key is to recognize these improvements, no matter how small, and acknowledge the progress you’ve made. You’ve evolved from a dire situation, but there’s still work to be done. Don’t jump over the improvements; focus on them.
The way we think about things is crucial. If you constantly tell yourself you’re stuck in your financial situation, it’s like a teacher telling a child they’re stupid. Interrupt that negative message and acknowledge your progress.
We often don’t realize the impact of our self-talk. Just as a positive teacher encourages a child to succeed, recognizing and praising your progress will make you more likely to continue trying. Avoid discouraging self-talk and focus on the positive steps you’ve taken.
That’s all for today. I hope this was helpful. If this message resonates with you, comment below. If it’s for someone you know, tag them so they can benefit from it.
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