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How To Create Your Own Reality And Bring It Into Life

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Tapping into our feelings is a challenge for all of us as we’ve learned to make life choices based on logic and analysis. Veteran software engineer Amy Bingham built her career on those foundations until she listened to her feelings and discovered that deep down she wanted a very different life and to create her own reality. 

Six years ago Amy’s life looked significantly different. She was following a predictable path, worked hard to build her career, and was married with two children and a third on the way. 

Then she lost her teenage son to suicide. A few months later her daughter was born and her marriage collapsed. All her strength and focus were devoted to keeping the household together.  Everything she thought was right in her life suddenly felt very wrong and impossible to put back together. Despite the heartache and pain she experienced, she had no choice but to put one foot in front of the other and carry on. It took 3 years of struggling with therapy, support groups, PTSD treatments, and every ounce of her to find a new way of living, despite her effort to heal. Then she experienced energy healing for the first time and finally found a way to let go of some of the pain she had buried deep within on a cellular level. 

When the Covid-19 pandemic started Amy had already made some major shifts in her life. Amy explains; “I was already putting into motion how I wanted my day to feel. I claimed that my full-time 40 hours a week developer job would feel like an easy 20 hours. After manifesting that I could hustle and complete my work in much less time. So I had extra time to be loving to my children. I started removing myself from the limiting belief that I had to work extremely hard to earn my income.”

She decided to decline a raise but wasn’t sure where it would lead. She followed her intuition. “At the start of the pandemic, I pushed ego and logic aside and just allowed things to flow. I decided a 9-5 job was not what I wanted.  I chased my dream of living by the ocean. I quit my 20-year career, I sold my house and all my life’s belongings, and I moved to a third world country, all during a pandemic,” she says. Slowly a new vision for her life emerged, a new reality came into focus and she bought a ticket to Bali, a place she’d never had visited before. All she knew was that her intuition was guiding her to this place. 

Leaning Into Your Glow.

“People have this idea that healing implies something is wrong with you and that you are broken. Real healing on an energetic level means to let go, to release everything that no longer is serving you. It’s in the releasing that you return to your highest vibrational way of living that your soul was meant to experience. Release the pain you’ve buried inside, and only then can you begin to live in the present again,” she explains.

Amy’s experience with her own healing gave her the tools she needed to make peace with her life, with her losses, and with her shattered dreams. So she could create a very different future for herself and her children. This process brought her closer to her son. “Once I was able to stop clinging to the past, the guilt I felt and trying to hold on to him through my memories and his possessions, there was a huge shift and I began to feel him closer again, but this time on a whole new consciousness level. I began to make some sense out of how grief no longer serves me and it gave me my freedom back, and it gave me a whole new perspective of how I want my life to be driven by my soul ” she continues. 

Allowing your intuition to lead and what Amy calls, ‘Leaning Into Your Glow’ has given her a vision of a life she never imagined. Amy’s transformation attracted others and potential clients started to contact her on how to make this same transformation for themselves. She didn’t advertise her services, nor had she contemplated a career as a healer but as she began to move in that direction, she tapped into a knowing that she had skills that would help others. “I knew that I wanted to explore my healing work and help others but I really didn’t know what that would look like. I learned that changing your life starts with a feeling, not a list,” she says from her new home in Bali.

“That is why I called my company ‘Lean Into Your Glow’,” she explains. “That is what I did. Once I was able to come out of my grief I found I could tap into how others were feeling and help them to make an energetic shift. I began to work one-on-one with clients, teaching them how to use a set of highly effective tools that allow them to heal themselves,” she explains.

Take the time to listen.

Amy had planned for her two children to join her in Bali once she had found a house and set herself up in a new home but due to delays getting their visas, she returned to Bali alone. “Even though my heart ached deeply as a mom for her children, I knew I was faced with a sacrifice I needed to trust, I knew I was supposed to return alone.  I found myself in a new country, with no demands on my time. Without my children to take care of I found myself and was allowed to go within my soul and let it guide me. It told me what to do next. So I just sat for a while and I heard my deceased son guiding me, telling me so clearly that this is what he wanted for me, to have time for myself, to sit and love every part of who I am” she explains. 

She instinctively felt she wanted to explore Bali’s temples and discover more about her new island home. “I visited a temple every day, it was never a plan, it just felt like the next thing I was meant to do. I had no idea how much they would affect me as I went through the rituals and felt the energy’, she tells us. Amy has now created online programs that take her clients on a journey to experience healing all through Bali’s temples. 

Raising your own vibration.

“All my work is about bringing people back into full alignment with their soul, it’s not what you need to add, it’s what you need to release to discover what is within. I’ve created a 30-day program that centers around the healing energy I have tapped into here on the Island of the Gods – Bali, and invite groups of women from anywhere in the world to join me as I take them through a journey so they can start returning to themselves through a divine rebirth,” she says. 

“I know that I am in the right place for what needs to happen next. When I hit an obstacle, I don’t allow myself to think about it as an obstacle, instead, I see it as a message to slow down and trust that the universe has my back. I lean into my glow and use all the lessons I have learned to live divinely, guide divinely, and support divinely at all times.”

Michelle has been a part of the journey ever since Bigtime Daily started. As a strong learner and passionate writer, she contributes her editing skills for the news agency. She also jots down intellectual pieces from categories such as science and health.

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Why Kareem Hassan believes self-employment is the key to true freedom

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To those working a 9-to-5, self-employment often presents itself as a daunting choice; there is a considerable risk involved but, at the same time, a lot of freedom to be enjoyed. On the other hand, freelancers and entrepreneurs also have to deal with ‘clients from hell’ at times, making them question whether self-employment was the right choice. According to Kareem Hassan, whatever be your view of being your own boss, you cannot deny the freedom that comes along with it. Here, he explains why he believes self-employment is the key to true freedom.

Kareem Hassan runs a 3D printing service and trades collectibles, which have catapulted him into immeasurable success. From early on, Kareem knew that he wanted to be his own boss; he wasn’t cut out for the 9-to-5 grind. Fueled by his passion for entrepreneurship, he began working to create a business where he could truly love and enjoy what he does.

True success to Kareem means freedom, both financial and time. It also means the freedom to be able to share your knowledge with others and to do what you want, when you want. In addition to running his business, Kareem Hassan has also ventured into creating digital art and investing in NFTs. He says that all this would not have been possible had he been working a regular 9-to-5. Instead, he would be stuck doing the same tasks with minimal returns and an even lower growth ceiling.

Another reason why Kareem Hassan vouches for self-employment is that it enables you to retire early. According to Hassan, being your own boss gives you the freedom to stop when you think you’ve accumulated enough wealth and secured enough investments. Once you achieve what you want and have your financial future secured, you can retire from work and pursue anything you want in life.

When he first got started, Kareem Hassan was not sure where this journey would lead him, but he had a firm conviction to see it to the end. He dropped out of college after two years to take care of his family. He began by investing the little he had in collectibles like comic books, rare items, trading cards, and toys. Seeing an opportunity when the popularity of comic books regained momentum in pop culture, Kareem jumped at it and established his business.

According to Kareem, besides success, freedom is the greatest thing about self-employment. Your time is your most valuable asset, and having time freedom is like having a blank canvas; you can fill it with anything you want and create magic. Knowing this, Kareem Hassan says that he wouldn’t trade that freedom for anything. He also points out that self-employment lets you choose the people you surround yourself with and create diverse networks.

Even as he explains these benefits, Kareem Hassan cautions people against assuming that self-employment is the easy way out. In fact, the entrepreneurial journey can be one of the toughest roads to travel, but it is also worth every sleepless night. Moreover, working at something you are passionate about gives you a broader view of everything, making it easier to navigate these challenges.

Despite the challenges of entrepreneurship, Kareem Hassan says that being your own boss is so much better than working for someone else. “When done right, self-employment allows you to live your dream life,” he concludes.

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