My name is Samara, and I’m a recovering fence-sitter.
What on earth is a fence-sitter, you ask?
If you ever struggle with indecisiveness or uncertainty, it’s because you’re “sitting on a fence.” You see some options or potential paths you could take, but you don’t feel ready to hop off and choose.
This is something I used to do regularly. (Ahem, daily.) My relationship was getting serious… My career was evolving… But was I making the right choice? What if I wasn’t? How could I know? I could hardly order off of a one-page restaurant menu.
If I can overcome chronic uncertainty, anyone can.
How did I do it? I was told one simple thing: I am intuitive. We are all intuitive. Every single person on this planet has an intuition — that “gut feeling” or inner knowing — and connecting with it is a skill that anyone can build.
So, what are you sitting on a fence about?
You know the thing… you may not talk about it much, but it’s there in the back of your mind. You’re weighing your options, Googling it, maybe even asking for advice. But on the fence you remain, even though you don’t have to.
On some level, you already know your answer.
Contrary to what some people might have you think, no one can know your truth better than you.
By listening to this audio recording, you’ll quickly connect with the empowering answers that already await just under the surface.
I double-dog dare you to try it. Even if you’re sure that you’re NOT intuitive!
And if you already identify as intuitive, this quick and easy exercise may even become your new go-to.
Let me guide you through this free visualization and help you get clarity around whatever big life decision you're navigating:
You’re guaranteed to get some AMAZING feedback from this exercise.
When weighing the pros and cons in any decision making process, we often stay stuck in our heads, over-analyzing until we’re blue in the face. This tool gets you out of your head and into your heart. Your heart (AKA your intuition) is knowledgeable in a way that your brain could never be.
We also tend to give way too much consideration to all the worst case scenarios.
When we do this, we end up making choices out of fear and avoidance, rather than from a grounded place of trust.
In fact, I’ll go so far as to say that whenever choosing between something that “checks all the boxes” and looks better on paper, or something that makes no logical sense but feels right for some reason that you can’t quite explain, ALWAYS follow that feeling of alignment.
You don’t have to know why in the moment. You’ll be shown later on, as you walk the path.
Love & light,