Messages & Channelings

Becky Walsh > The Dark Passenger: Living with the Shadow

Has anyone ever confessed to you that they have a ‘dark passenger’? I’m asking as it’s something that isn’t talked about openly. Everyone who has confessed this to may have never told anyone else. They think they are the only one that holds this dark secret.

Becky Walsh > Master The Art of The Perception of Confidence

No matter how unconfident you feel about your own abilities, when you tune into what is needed in a given situation, you can elevate yourself above your fears. 

Becky Walsh > How You Light-Up a Life

Depending on whom we are with, what we do or the circumstance we are in, we ignite different lights – so different sides of ourselves are seen.

Sad loss this week of David Bowie, yet right up to the end of his life he was creating. I almost wonder if he held on for the release of his album, which came out last week. Many of the tributes are talking about how he influenced people.

My definition of freedom is to live without fear. Most of the fear we have is created by the thoughts in our mind.

Becky Walsh > What’s Happening, When It All Happens at Once?

Times of profound personal change. You know the point in life, when everything seems to be happening at once. It can be a whole run of amazing events that you’re really pleased about, or a whole run of things that add up to an awful month or year.

Becky Walsh > Unleash The Real You

Do you hear people talking about being the authentic you, and then you think, I would… if I knew who the real me is! 

Becky Walsh > Real Honesty Isn’t Natural

Real, raw, naked, vulnerable, powerful, integral, game changing honesty is never natural. It’s not something that flows off the tongue in a ‘that’s the way I feel deal with it’ way.

Becky Walsh > Get Clear, Get Honest and Get Authentic

Our happiness is often created by what we make events mean. I positive person can turn even a difficult event into something to be thankful for and a negative person will put a negative spin even on good events.

Becky Walsh > How To Shift A Perception Block

So what is a perception block? You might call it a ‘glass is half empty’ view point, rather than seeing the glass as being half full.

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