I drew thaske ask card from Daily Guidance with your Angels on Thursday morning and then I read Nicole Cody’s post “That Asking Space”.  This was on asking for your why. I felt that there was a big message for me here.

Ms Independence has had a challenge asking  for help, anyone else get that? Over the past few weeks I have been actively asking more and more. I know I can’t do it all alone!

Since I opened my asking heart I have attracted such support and abundance:

The best thing is I really can feel a shift within and others are commenting on it 🙂  It has taken me a long while and a lot of inner work to get to this point.

Back to  discovering your why.

I have noticed several instances this week where people have been saying they still don’t know what their why is or they are missing joy in their life.

Reading Nicole’s post I was inspired to meditate on my why, to make sure I was really, really clear,

I took myself down to the beach with some meditation music, my journal and an open heart.


 First I walked, then went for a swim, before positioning myself in the sun for my asking meditation.

Getting Real Clarity on Your Why

I asked: Am I on the right path? 

 These words flowed onto my journal:

You are here to paint and create art. Your messages come through your art as it comes from your heart.The words flow from what you see and feel as you paint and what we tell you. 🙂

You help other people open and listen to their heart whispers which brings them a sense of freedom to follow their own heart and get true clarity on what they truly do desire.

This is a special gift you have so please do not delay any longer. You know you are loved.

Your art brings joy to you and onto others.

My heart sang. Since the messages I got about color and freedom last week I knew that my Art was to play a bigger part in my life and my business.

To help you, with your why I have recorded a short Asking Meditation ( 5.55 minutes) you can listen below or download it here onto your computer or phone.

If you would like me to work with you to get clarity on your why just go here

I would love to hear from you in the comments on how you discovered your why?

with love and gratitude

from my ♡ to yours ♡

Listening to the whispers of your heart brings ♥More FUN ♥ More LOVE ♥ More ABUNDANCE ♥

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31 Responses

    1. great Corinne Yes it can be a journey of challenge- think you are there and you get thrown a curve ball 🙂 How are you going on discovering that WHY?

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your recording. It is very calming and I can definitely feel the peace and serenity that surrounds me. Great post.

  2. Ooohhh, asking for help is a big time difficult obstacle for moi. For way too many years I equated asking for help with failure. Still difficult for me at times, but I’m getting better.

  3. Inspiring as always Suzie. I am a big fan of journaling for personal growth and spending quality time alone … and like you, I head out to enjoy nature every chance I get. I am actually quite clear on my ‘why’ but I attribute that to this process and intentionally seeking to increase self awareness. Thanks and I know I speak for us all when I say I am grateful for your heartfelt messages.

    1. Marty thank you. Yes nature is my happy place where I get clarity. I love you re clear on your why, not surprised though, You writing reflects that.
      I appreciate your heartfelt comment.

      There will be more from the heart- A friend and I were reflecting on how simple blogging was when we started 7 years ago and we did just write from our heart with not a care for seo etc 🙂 xx

  4. This is a great heart opening piece Suzie! My “why” is loving and compassionate service. I’ve now embraced my why with passion and with balancing my energies with loving service. <3

  5. What a beautiful message and posting from your heart, Suzie. thank you for sharing. I too have trouble asking for help and am working on it. My life’s work has been to use my creativity and spirituality in my work. I am constantly checking in with my spirit as to how to best serve this purpose.

  6. I could really relate to this. Asking for help is difficult, especially when we are so used to being independent! But the reality is we are not alone and we need each other. Plus, when you let someone help you, you give them the gift of being helpful and you give yourself the gift of receiving. Great post!

    1. Kerri welcome and i love what you have written about the gift of being helpful snf receiving, sometimes receiving is as much of a challenge as asking 🙂 xx

  7. What a great meditation Suzie and how wonderful that you received such a positive message (and so true about you!). You are such a shining light and I truly believe if everyone would take that time to sit in the silence they would be amazed at what they could hear. 🙂

  8. Just loved the meditation Suzie, thank you. My guides shared with me that I’m here to give hope to others and to help them believe in themselves, see their awesomness, realise they can be anything they want to be and transform their lives just by sharing my story and living my truth. How amazing is that! Big hugs xxx

  9. As a three time breast cancer survivor (stage 4 terminal recurrence- but I’m still here…) whose dreams diagnosed what the doctors missed all three times (I am on my way to the International Assoc for the Study of Dreams to speak with doctors worldwide) and detailed in my International Bestseller & Award winning book- Surviving Cancerland: Intuitive Aspects of Healing, I totally believe in the importance of listening to our inner-voice and following our “Why.” Why did I survive against all odds? My “why” is to help other women stand in their power and speak their truth in the face of adversity while leading by example. Why? Because as the Universal Caregivers, we often think everyone else should come before us, and that demanding to be seen and heard is selfish. Nothing is more beautiful, more desirable and necessary in life than a strong woman who refuses to be dismissed and can laugh off “NO” with “Yes, please, NOW!” Love your blog Suzie!

    1. Kathleen what an amazing story, sounds like you are doing really well at living your why. thank you for sharing. I love that you love my blog- makes my heart sing 🙂 xx

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