2020 is a year of mastery!

2020 is a working year laboring under the vibration of the 22/4 – a powerful master soul number that urges us to step up to our greatest work and live in alignment with a higher consciousness; to be productive and successful with inspirational activities, ideas and businesses.

It’s not a laid-back party-at-the-beach year. It’s a calling; an urging forward; a leaning into our true work with a focus on making the world better; making ourselves better. And doing the necessary hard work to get it done.

If you’ve been called to write a book, get it done in 2020. If you’ve dreamt of starting your own business doing work you love – start it now. If you dream of going back to school for a better life, do it.

It may feel daunting – like there’s so much on your plate and you’ll never get it all done. But whatever baby steps you take towards the bigger dream sends a signal to this divine universe that you’re ready to step up; you’ll be pulled forward into the right direction.

Your future success will rest on the inspired work you get done in 2020. Use this opportunity. In 2021, you’ll be glad you did as your life expands and thrives in ways you’ve only dreamt of before.

Remembering who you really are…

Do you tell yourself that you have to work in an industry you dislike just to get your paycheck and benefits?

Are you taking your anger out on the people you love – destroying relationships that would feed your soul simply because you’ve forgotten who you are?

Do you struggle to get out of bed in the morning feeling that your losses have become overwhelming and there’s just no point?

If your life today feels meaningless, or you’re not using your talents and gifts to make a difference in the world, or your heart is broken – you CAN change that.

You are the master of your story. You came here on purpose to make money from your highest gifts, to rise triumphantly above every loss you’ve suffered, and to help raise the consciousness of the planet by helping others. Yes, I mean YOU.

Nothing is stopping you but the fear. And reinvention is ALWAYS required.

These steps will help you:

  1. Meditate every day to quiet your monkey mind (also known as your left brain) and tap into your higher self, expanded consciousness, divinity or whatever you’d like to call it.
  2. Learn to access and live by your intuitive guidance. When making a decision, picture your life as if that decision were already in place and notice your gut reaction to the image. Are you excited & energized? Does it spark joy? That means yes! If you feel heavy, drained or tried when you see the image, that’s a “no” from your higher self.
  3. Recognize that you signed up for the challenges you’re facing. What would you be doing differently in your life if you really believed all the challenges you face are on purpose to help you evolve? Make a list of what comes to you. Do it!
  4. Intend it. “I am using my gifts and talents with all of my passion to make the world a better place in my unique way.” Say those words whenever you doubt you’ll find your true work. When contemplating a new career, examine if the new work is in alignment with this statement. If so, go after it.
  5. Dream big. Pretend you have $5 million in your bank account, but you still have to have a career you love. Without money concerns, which career would you choose?
  6.  Ask for dream guidance. Before falling asleep, ask to have a dream revealing your next career step. Keep a journal by your bed and write your dreams as soon as you wake-up.
  7. Stop the pitiful thinking. Your fear voice tells you all the reasons why you can’t do what you want to do for a living. You might think that’s being “practical” or “realistic.” It’s not. It’s your pitiful self abusing your powerful self. Choose to be your brilliant, powerful, fearless, divine self. The world will align itself with your dreams.

Sue Frederick is a Career Intuitive, Spiritual Coach, Grief Coach and author of 8 books including I See Your Dream Job; Bridges to Heaven; Your Divine Lens and Water Oak. She lives in Scottsdale, AZ http://www.suefrederick.com

I know who you are…

I see you. I know who you are. I’m pretty sure you’re an angel.

Someone once said those words to me. They were profoundly empowering.

I’ve since realized that these are the words we all need to hear – over and over in our lives; and that these words are absolutely true for YOU – and for everyone here on earth!

I see you. I know who you are. I’m pretty sure you’re an angel.

Digest those words. Take them inside. Embrace the part of you that is fully God; fully good; fully divine! That holy part of you is your essence. It’s who you came here to be.

Let the rest fall away. Drop the fear and anger and doubt. You don’t need that heavy costume covering up your essence; your divine Holy self.

Drop the exhaustion of maintaining false personality; simply be your gorgeous pure love divine essence self. The rest is just the result of your damages. Let it slide away like water rolling off of your body as you emerge from the ocean.

You are newly born today as you embrace the all powerful, all knowing, all loving Angel inside of you. Realize that you came here to share your gifts with the world and to make that your living; your way of sustaining yourself in this physical world.

As the unnecessary layers peel away; you’ll see it. You’ll own it. You’ll do it.

I see you. I know who you are. I’m pretty sure you’re an angel.

Do a session with me; I’ll help you align with your great divine self; realize your innate power and do the great work you came here to do…


Let me hold a vision of you as your highest self doing your greatest work

What I’ve discovered is that many people have never had anyone see them as their highest self. Most of us are given a vision of our imperfections and weaknesses early on by family, teachers and friends. Much of psychology is still focused on finding someone’s weakness; diagnosing it as a disease and medicating it – rather than seeing it as part of their gift and purpose here.

I believe that I’m successful in my career intuitive coaching business because I naturally see people as their greatest selves. I truly believe that we’ve all come here to live up to a great potential and do magnificent work in the world – using our unique gifts and talents.

I give people a vision of who they came here to be – fulfilling their greatest potential in life and work. I refuse to focus on their fears or flaws. This allows them to live up to this shared vision.

But every moment here is a choice point. Our free will gets to make the choice of stepping up to our divine potential or living in fear and doubt. Daily spiritual practice allows us to quiet the mind of fear and doubt and open the heart – which gives us access to our inner guidance and the voice of our divine self – urging us forward.

When was the last time that someone held a vision for you as your perfect most divine expression of self?

How did that feel?

Let me hold a vision for you of your highest self and your greatest work. Let’s work together…

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It’s so hard to explain what happens in this grief-shifting work…

Let me try to explain what teaching this weekend’s grief-shifting workshop at Kripalu Center was like. It’s impossible to put into words everything we went through together and where we ended up. But let me try to take you on this journey:

Friday night 30+ strangers with enormous grief sat in a circle in a room. One by one each person shared their story of loss. We heard stories of police officers knocking at the door to tell a mom and dad that their 23-year-old angel daughter had died in a car accident. We heard that same story from the parents of her angel boyfriend who died with her.

We heard too many stories of parents finding their sons dead from an overdose. We listened to the painful grieving of wives whose husbands of 30+ years died in their arms after suffering the ravages of cancer – or sudden massive heart attacks.

We heard from wives and siblings of those who chose to take their own lives because their suffering was too heavy to carry another day.

After sharing stories around the circle our room was wrapped in Love – divine love – as we honored the deep connection of knowing that all humans share the journey of loss and that grief is our greatest spiritual teacher. It wakes us up like no other teacher can.

Everyone acknowledged that their lives have already been transformed by the presence of the extraordinary showing up in ways that the rational world does not embrace. We shared these stories of visits and dreams. We asked for the healing presence of our loved ones during the weekend to help us heal. We went to bed. Exhausted.

I was awakened that night by a twenty something boy with a huge curly Afro and intense blue eyes hovering over me intensely saying: You have to tell mom that the human experience is only a small part of the journey. You have to tell them this!

I saw other faces of twenty something kids floating past but they all seemed okay with allowing this one boy to give the message to me. And he did. He was quite intense. I said ok. I got it. Don¹t scare me. And they let me sleep.

Early the next morning I shared my dream and described the boy. One mom jumped up and down with joy and shared the picture of her son. He was the boy who woke me up. She said he was famous for his wild Afro and would never cut his hair and that he was very intense in a way that sometimes put others off. I said, “Oh yeah. That was him.”

Others shared their dreams and visits from the night.

We meditated to quiet the mind and open the heart. We shared guilt stories and tore them into the trash in honor of acknowledging soul agreements and soul lessons and the awareness that we do not and can not control the soul choices of others.

We acknowledged that the best we can do here is live in alignment with our highest self and become sources of divine love wherever we go. Guilt is an illusion of control created by the ego. It serves no one. It blocks divine love.

We denied guilt the power of knocking us off center and keeping us from living up to our divine potential. We released it. We affirmed the power of Love.

We cried some more. We named our pitiful selves and our brilliant selves and we denied sadness and depression any power to knock us off center and keep us from being sources of divine love as our departed would want us to be. We did the break your heart wide open meditation technique to release the pain.

I explained how all of us are capable of connecting to the other side for healing and guidance when we go into the silence and quiet the mind. We picked up pens and paper. I guided them through a meditation to quiet the mind and open the heart. I told them to picture a happy memory of being with their departed. To see it, feel it, smell it and get inside of the love of that memory.

I guided them to write quickly as they asked their departed these questions: Why did you leave me? What am I supposed to be learning from this? How am I doing with my grief? What should I do with my life now? They wrote and they wrote.

We went around the circle sharing the words we¹d received from our loved ones. Every single person in that room knew in their bones that they had heard from their departed who gave them loving but honest answers.

We laughed and cried by the poignancy and power of what had been written and shared. These departed messages were quite clear that their moms and dads could be doing a lot better to move on and get their lives together.

One mom was told quite adamantly to get out of the house and get over it; to start reconnecting with life. Another was told to quit the job she’d long hated and start a business. And on and on went the messages. All told in the exact wording of their departed.

We went to lunch and filled the dining hall with laughter and tears. After lunch we explored our unique soul missions and soul agreements and ways to create meaning and purpose in our lives and work moving forward. We shared what our departed would want to see us doing with our lives and what the gift of loss had taught us.

We met up in the cafe where I gave little mini readings to everyone to help them understand their soul missions and soul agreements. I was profoundly struck by the four-way agreements between the four parents whose two children had died in the same car accident. We felt the presence of their divine loving souls around us as we talked.

The next morning we met up in the cafe where our shared laughter and joy almost got us kicked out for rowdiness. Then we went to class where we meditated to quiet the mind and wrote and shared our baby steps for moving forward. Everyone promised to go into the silence once a day for healing and alignment with their inner divinity and highest selves.

We denied grief the power to knock us off center and we affirmed that we are all sources of divine love for ourselves and others.

Our shared laughter and love in that room was so powerful that no one wanted to leave when it was over. We looked like a different group of people from the ones who’d began the journey on Friday night.

I’m home now. Still floating in the love and joy of our divine connections. Truth be told it’s hard to be home. I miss them. I miss their voices, their stories, their laughter. I miss the profoundly deep love and joy we shared – something so rich and poignant that being back in the everyday world seems a bit… well … Ordinary.

And maybe I don’t do so well with ordinary. I’d rather dance in the extraordinary- as we did all weekend.

And that’s my truth.  And so it is. Namaste.