Unlocking Your Leap of Faith


Hi, and welcome to Wisdom Wednesday. I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. I’m here to connect with you on Wisdom Wednesday, which is the spiritual coaching companion to our Weekly Predictions.

If you don’t already know, every Friday in the United States morning, I send out weekly psychic predictions to my mailing list for free. This is a tool that supports you in navigating with trust, love, and confidence. I’ve been guided to do these Wisdom Wednesdays to further assist you in having a great life.

So, this Wisdom Wednesday talks to us about what taking a leap of faith means. Now, in the Weekly Predictions, I sent out questions that are really good coaching questions. 

One of [the questions] was, “What would you do if you had 100% certainty that everything would be okay?” The other side of [this question] is, “What would you stop doing if you knew that everything would be great?”

Your answers to [these questions] inform you of where the energy wants to go within you. Now, if one of your answers is, “Oh, I would just like to quit my job and cross my fingers and hope that I win the lottery, um, that’s taking a leap of faith.” Okay, that’s not what we’re talking about. 

Yes, it can be really, really good to acknowledge that because it can shed light into that maybe your job isn’t aligned for you anymore, but just stopping your job and, you know, hoping that you win the lottery, that everything works out great, that other people support you—that is not going to create the results that you want. 

So as for how we can really apply this concept of taking a leap—what it might mean in this context of [the example of] not having the job that you have any more would be to maybe start looking into other forms of work that feel good to you; work where you feel appreciated. 

Also, listing out the qualities of what it is that you are looking for and feeling into what that authentic vision is for your life—and it also it doesn’t have to be extravagant. 

You may just want some more rest and relaxation, and if that’s the case, I would say what’s stopping you from giving that to yourself right now? What belief here tells you that you’re not deserving of more rest or relaxation? 

You may want to start your own business—that’s amazing! Many of us know so much goes into having your own business. So start talking to other people who have their own businesses, start exploring these different options, start taking the leap of faith by letting yourself really feel what it is that you want, and acknowledge yourself! 

What is it that you want? Maybe it’s that you don’t want to be in a relationship or a certain relationship anymore. There may be a dynamic that you’ve tolerated for too long such as certain people calling you to complain. This example of complaining people came up in our last Wisdom Wednesday!

But anyway, this is your opportunity to set the boundary and get clear on what you want. Sometimes when we’ve really built that foundation—so with the example of your business like let’s say it is time to quit that job that you don’t like anymore; you already have some opportunities and clients lined up so it might be a good time to take that leap of faith. 

You may be wondering, “How do I know for sure?” The thing is to really embrace that maybe certainty is its own type of Illusion. The only thing certain is really it’s uncertainty, isn’t it?

This can feel really scary, but let that feel expansive, and you’ll see that so much is possible for you. If you’re brave enough to want something, it’s in your energy field, and you will get certain signs about how to allow that to unfold in your life. 

There are different ways that this works. One way that has really assisted me in making decisions—and it’s helped my clients a lot, too—is this tool that I use (one of the many tools that I use) with my clients called Human Design.

Human design is amazing for decision making. It lets us know how we’re wired and how it’s best for us to take that leap of faith.

So let me know if you, what you know about Human Design. If that’s interesting to you I do offer these as readings. I don’t teach it. I highly recommend my friend and human design teacher’s book. I’ll have this in the comments as well or in the description of the email as well.

But back to taking a leap of faith—having full trust that everything will be okay. So, know this: if you do not like your current job right now, there is something better for you. You first need to be brave enough to admit that you would like something else and to connect with yourself about what that might be. Then after that, you really need to allow it to unfold within your life, because we talked about detachment in the Wisdom Wednesday before.

So what we don’t want to do is totally attach to like “Oh my dream job has to look like this.” Sometimes, I talk to different people telling me about their dream relationship, and they list all these things or [say things like] he checks all the boxes, but it’s like,  “well maybe go outside the boxes?” 

Because when we are too specific—and it’s not so much even about being—it’s this whole energy of being like overly attached to how something shows up—we can miss the little signs that the Universe is giving us and sometimes we can push really really hard when there’s actually something better for us.

So, when you take a leap of faith—really take a leap of faith—be honest with yourself, see what’s in your environment, and stay detached—no micromanaging the Universe. Let it unfold, but also be true to your own unique wiring and be able and willing to find out what that is.

So thank you so much for spending time with me today. I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. 

I’ll be in touch next week with another Wisdom Wednesday. If you’re on my mailing list—which please sign up if you’re not—you’ll receive your Weekly Predictions on Friday in the United States morning. 

So, thank you so much, and we will talk soon.

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Practicing Detachment for Healthy Boundaries


Hello and welcome to Wisdom Wednesday. I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. 

Okay, so this Wisdom Wednesday—by the way—Wisdom Wednesdays are our spiritual coaching accompaniment to the Weekly Predictions that I send my community every Friday.

So if you’re not on my mailing list already, please sign up. You can do that on my website. All of that’s in the description of this video, and when you do, you receive weekly psychic predictions for free every Friday to assist you in navigating your week with trust, love, and confidence.

Okay, so back to Wisdom Wednesday—what we are connecting about today are these themes of detachment, “being the witness,” and how this really is an opportunity to practice healthy boundaries.

So before I go any further, it is amazing to have good boundaries. When we have good boundaries, we are really tuned in to what we would like from other people, and we can also let them know what they can expect from us.

It’s always a good way for you to be aware of what kind of terms you have in the relationships that you’re in; and what your expectations are. When you can communicate those expectations, you can see if they’re appropriate to the relationship or not, and you can also allow for more love and feelings of well-being to come into your relationship.

When you’re aware of what you would like, what you wouldn’t like, what you’re willing to give, and what you’re not—for instance—in my business, one boundary that I set with myself is [ON THE WEEKENDS] not be on the computer as much, to not check or respond to emails—even with my VIP clients unless it’s an emergency situation. This really assists us in cultivating a divine independence where there’s support and boundaries—which allows me to take care of myself more, sets an example for clients, and lets them know what they can expect from me. It’s awesome, and I feel like it really up-levels the work we’re doing together.

So with all of this being said about healthy boundaries, it’s also really important to be in a place of detachment, and here’s something that I’ve run up against; what I’ve seen within me and my clients is sometimes we can hear this word “Detachment” and we can go into the mistaken thinking that what that means is that we don’t care about a situation or we’re lacking compassion for another person. 

It’s mistaken thinking [to believe that.] It’s an illusion. It’s not true. So it’s okay if you feel that way about detachment, but it’s also something for you to be aware of. So when I say “Detachment,” I mean practicing this art of “being the Divine Witness.” 

Let’s say somebody calls you to maybe, I don’t know, I don’t know, complain about something or there’s something really stressful happening in the world. Believe me—with the intensity that we have having—it is really stressful out there. It might really feel like I’m downplaying it, but when there’s a stressful situation and when you feel the pressure of expectations coming on you about how to respond and what to do or if you’re very sensitive and empathic like me or a lot of my clients—the thing is you may feel the other person’s emotions. 

It might feel really intense for you, and you should get in there and help them. Or if there’s a stressful situation, you may want to get in there and go for it; however, that is not always helpful. There is much to be said about taking action and “being the solution to the problem.” However, sometimes it can come from this messy place that lacks boundaries, and it can go into these patterns of just maybe not wanting to feel what’s happening, maybe not wanting to see fully what’s happening, but getting into old patterns of how you viewed and how you felt about these highly stressed, stressful situations and relationship dynamics…

Let’s say somebody does call you to complain or someone’s in fear—before you answer the call check in with yourself on whether or not you have enough energy. Again, if you don’t, that’s okay. It doesn’t mean that you don’t care. It means that you care about yourself, and as we’ve discussed, we need to treat ourselves the way we want other people to treat us.

Make sure that you really want to talk to that person. This is a form of being honest, and when you’re honest with yourself, it really helps. When you’re willing to act on that honesty, it really helps a relationship.

Now when you go to talk to the person—and it might be an uncomfortable conversation—make sure that you’re in your energy, that you’re grounded, and that you’re ready. 

When connecting with the other person, notice how you feel. Notice if your heart’s beating—whatever is happening—take a moment to step away and be the Divine Witness of the situation.

Now this is an art that you can practice over time. It may not happen right away. It may not happen in every conversation, but when you’re not in the dynamic anymore, or when you’re not in the stressful situation anymore—it’s always a good idea to step away, to take a few deep breaths, to kind of review what happened, and to be honest with yourself about how you felt, what your thoughts were in the conversation, and what your motivation was.  

This helps you cultivate self-awareness, and it can also help you detach from the situation. So it’s not being engulfed by the pain of what’s happening. Instead, it’s acknowledging it; feeling it, but also noticing that there are other perspectives—other data if you will—for you to collect.

This is something that I would like for you to experiment with. This week, you can start by checking in with yourself. If you feel triggered by other people or different situations or content that you come across, that’s always a great opportunity to practice removing yourself, detaching, and really being honest with yourself about how you feel the sensations in your body, the emotions, and the thoughts and recognizing that there’s so much more to the situation than what you might be able to immediately see and perceive.

So thank you for spending time with me today on Wisdom Wednesday. I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. If you’re on my mailing list already, you will receive your weekly predictions on Friday in the U.S., on Friday morning, and I will also be in touch next week with another Wisdom Wednesday.

There’s also a secret list that I have that gives you a psychic message every day, and you can find out more about that later on as well. In the meantime, thank you so much. Love to you!

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The Message You Need to Stop Feeling Drained!

Hi. Welcome to “Wisdom Wednesday.” I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach.

Let’s talk about people. More specifically, [let’s talk about] people and all the different energies and perspectives and perceptions that come along when you are with a lot of people.

So, when you’re just in a dynamic with one person—whether it’s on Zoom or the phone or you’re meeting for coffee or a date out with your significant other—whatever it is—your energy is with their energy. Both of you are impacting each other, whether you’re aware of it or not. 

When you’re in a group setting—all those different people and all of those different energy fields are all there together. Again, whether it’s in person, on Zoom—whatever it is [and with however many people are there]—sometimes it’s really easy to get swept up in how the other person is influencing you or how the group of people is impacting your energy.

 This isn’t about, “oh I need to have boundaries. I don’t want anyone to get in. I don’t want to be influenced by anything.” —[all of that] can definitely be an experience that can make things even more wild than [it needs] to be and definitely more dramatic than [it needs] to be! 

The best thing you can do—in any of these situations—whether you’re attending a conference or you’re going on a date, you’re working in a coffee shop or you’re just hanging out at home, whatever it is—is to be aware of yourself!

Before everything that you do, check in with your own energy, breathe, and remind yourself of Who You Are and how you would like to feel in any of these interactions that you’re in. Remember what you stand for as well. 

What I mean by this, specifically, is when we’re in groups of people [such as a] family gathering—whatever it is—[a work situation even]—we can really get swept up by how the whole group thinks or how we think we’re supposed to think. 

Again, it’s really good to be aware of who you are, how you want to feel, and what you want to experience. 

Now, this doesn’t mean that if you’re not quite in agreement with anyone that you have to—oh, I don’t know—get into a fight or have a conflict with someone. No, it’s simply being aware of what’s yours, what’s theirs, and how you feel. 

They’re telling me this also goes for social media. So, whenever you go to check your phone to see your likes—or whatever it is—ask yourself, “why am I checking my social right now? Is it out of boredom? What do I want to get? What am I seeking?

Remind yourself of Who You Are. All of these things that we’ve just talked about will really empower your energy. You will definitely feel more energized, more vibrant, and you’ll get to enjoy these relationships and social settings all the more.

Thank you so much for tuning in. I am Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. 

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Authentic Flow of Abundance!

Hi, thank you so much for watching. It’s “Wisdom Wednesday.” I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, your spiritual advisor, your pet psychic, and your transformational coach

Let’s talk about abundance and more accurately let’s speak to the part of yourself that feels a little challenged by abundance.

There may be parts of you that feel like maybe things are unfair or that you’re not receiving enough, that things aren’t happening quickly enough, etc.

So really in this talk about abundance, we are going to spend some time talking about the absence of abundance; as you’re experiencing it.

The Universal Law of Polarity lets us know that we cannot fully know and understand what something is if we do not know what its polar opposite is.

So right now we’re talking about abundance through what abundance is not. This would be through really noticing and maybe having an emotional reaction to the parts of your life that don’t feel abundant; the parts of your life that you feel are lacking. Yes this has to do with finances, your bank account.

It can also be within your relationships—where maybe you feel like you’re not receiving enough love from your partner or from your friends, etc.

Whatever it is, there is a perception of lack here. For the purposes of our time together, let’s get back [to talking about] the opposite of abundance. Right now what’s coming through is: know that when you’re experiencing lack, the answer is not to trick yourself into all of a sudden being abundant and grateful.

No. What we’re asking you to do is to look at the actions that you take which come from a place of fear and a place of lack. 

For instance, maybe within your friendships you do things that you don’t really want to do. [You do things that don’t] energize you but you’re hoping that it’s going to result in something.

Or, you’re doing things because this [action] is what a “good friend” would do. Or maybe within your primary relationship, or it doesn’t even have to be with your significant other. It can be with other people in your life.  

Maybe you’re really focused on being right and having the last word. Yes, you’re a junior—that’s what we call ego around here—your Junior may think that they enjoy feeling right about everything, but isn’t it kind of draining to always have to prove your point and be right?

In other words, any action that is draining any action that doesn’t ultimately feel good—it might be like a “quick hit” [where junior says,] “yes I got the last word.”  

But, we know those things don’t last forever, and the same cycle repeats itself which causes this void, this lack, and this emptiness.

Or at work—maybe you’re at a job that you’ve been in too long, maybe it’s time to renegotiate with your boss about different things that you could do or not do.

If you have a business, maybe it’s time to change how you do certain aspects of your business. All of these things may not totally seem like they’re directly related to abundance or to money, but they are impacting your prosperity and your abundance!

So, what’s coming through for you is to use this time to look at [these questions:] 

  • What do I do that I feel drains me?
  • What drains me?
  • Are there any relationships where I feel drained?
  • Are there things that feel good that I could be doing but I’m not doing?

 Really look at where you’re putting your energy. Commit to making some new choices—choices that feel like abundance.

What does abundance feel like in your body?

What’s the one word or short phrase that comes into your awareness when you feel in abundance? Having all the money that you want in the bank? Spending time with who you want? Being treated the way you want to be treated?

Feel that!

And take actions that feel that way.

Thank you so much for tuning in for this “Wisdom Wednesday.” I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt, your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach.

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Thank you.

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Relationship Dynamic Game-Changer!

So often, when we’re in relationships, we can feel powerless. We can sometimes let our emotions take over. We can lose sight of ourselves, and we end up giving all of our power over to that other person. What I mean by that is our sense of well-being and our sense of self-worth can be really contingent upon what another person does or does not do.

Now, maybe you’re watching this video, and you have not felt that way in your relationships. If so, that’s wonderful, but if you’re listening to this and you can relate—whether it’s something that you’re going through now, it’s something that you’ve experienced in the past, or something that you’ve noticed with friends, or loved ones of yours—it’s really important that we acknowledge the power that we do have in our relationships.

[Our power in our relationships] is something that a lot of people overlook. What I’m talking about is it’s what we give our attention to. If right now you you feel bad about yourself because of how someone else has treated you—first of all, acknowledge how you feel, but I encourage you to take a step back and ask yourself, “How do I treat myself?”

Because here’s what’s up—the way that we treat ourselves does influence how other people treat us! I had a mentor who taught me, “We train people how to treat us,” and when I heard this several years ago—wow, so much opened up for me! This has been a process of my journey with boundaries and what’s coming forward today is to look at your relationships and to acknowledge how you feel about yourself in the relationship.

Notice any criticisms that you have for the other person who you’re in this relationship with. Yes, it’s true if it’s a romantic relationship, your significant other. This can be applied to our parents, to our adult children, our friends, clients.

Whatever it is—if you notice that you have some judgments, complaints, or criticisms about the other person—you are being guided to turn that around on yourself!

So, for instance, if you notice within your relationship that you have the perception that you cannot trust this other person, and [this lack of trust] is all based on things that have happened in the past, first of all, acknowledge that you’ve had that thought.

And also, check in with yourself. Ask yourself, “do I trust myself?” Because if we have issues in trusting ourselves, if we don’t listen to all parts of ourselves, if we ignore our intuition about something, if we’ve been in dynamics that are more emotionally abusive where it causes us to second guess ourselves—we may not trust ourselves!

So notice if you have trust issues. Then, check in on how much you trust yourself, because you can trust yourself. You can start cultivating self-trust by really “having your own back,” by taking care of yourself, by noticing these relationships where maybe you’re not treated the way that you’d like to be treated.

Really ask yourself, “Are you treating yourself the way that you would like for people to treat you?” If you’re noticing that you’re constantly put on the back burner or people don’t listen to you, do you listen to yourself? Do you set aside that time with yourself?

Take some time to really receive this message that is coming forward for you, essentially it’s loving yourself to listen to yourself and work on your relationship with yourself.

So, thank you for watching this video with me. I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt. I’m your psychic, your spiritual advisor, your pet psychic, and your transformational coach.

This is from Wisdom Wednesday, something that I put out to accompany the Weekly Predictions—where you can only get the Weekly Predictions that go out every Friday if you sign up to receive them. There is a link to do that in the description of this video so thank you and I look forward to connecting with you.

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Handle an Ego Flareup with Ease

So, if you’re watching this right now, maybe “Junior” has paid you a visit. So, who is “Junior”? 

“Junior” is a word that I use to describe “our ego.” Other words for our ego can be our “not self,” “our smaller self,” “our inner critic,” etc. “Junior” is that nagging voice in your head. “Junior” is that inner Saboteur. “Junior” is the one who wants to “play the victim” in every situation. 

Sometimes, in spiritual circles, we can hear things like, “I just want to kill my ego.” 

Sometimes we want to deny that loud part of ourselves, but the thing is—if your junior is really loud right now, and you just go and push Junior in a closet—well, what “resists persists,” and the issue isn’t fully acknowledged.

So you know, and I know that when we ignore something—well, sometimes when we ignore something—it, you know, it can be a good thing as sometimes things resolve on their own, but in this case “Junior” is being really loud.  It’s really good for you to know what’s going on with “Junior” now. 

If you’re in a space where you feel anxious or fearful, I invite you to observe it. Observe it, and have compassion for yourself. Sometimes, being a person can be really hard and what I’ve noticed about “Junior” is “Junior” can get really loud when you’re in a time in your life where you have been trusting yourself more than usual, where you’re taking some steps that are outside your comfort zone. 

Yes, this voice is here because this voice and I mean “Junior’s” voice is afraid of what your life will be like if you continue to trust yourself and do things outside your comfort zone. So Junior gets really really loud.

I would love for you to love yourself, acknowledge how far you’ve come, and give yourself some attention now. This does not mean that you’re going to listen to all of “Junior’s” anxieties; all of “Junior’s” worries. You can listen but don’t have to follow “Junior’s” advice.

Just like in life: if somebody is always making choices that are really fear-based and is afraid of change—for whatever reason—I’m being guided to tell you not to listen to that person but to listen to your-Self, to your intuition to your higher self.

If you’re having a hard time hearing that right now it’s because “Junior” has gotten really loud. So, know that your intuition is not going to speak to you in this yelling fearful berating kind of way. Your intuition is likely going to be calmer. It’s going to feel more self-assured.

At this time, it’s really good for you to practice tuning in and listening to [your intuition] instead of all of the “noise.” The noise can come from within where it’s “Junior” throwing a tantrum. “Junior” can also show up in other people’s “Juniors” as well, so notice what’s going on in your environment. 

Know that you can observe what’s happening. You can be compassionate. You can set boundaries with yourself and with other people. Give yourself time to acknowledge how far you’ve come and listen to yourself.

I’m Lauren Kay Wyatt. I’m your psychic, spiritual advisor, pet psychic, and transformational coach. This is Wisdom Wednesday. 

You will hear from me soon. If you’re not on my mailing list, please sign up, because I send my community free Weekly Predictions every Friday, and I would love to connect with you. Thank you.

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