On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Chella Diaz talk about trusting your intuition and learning how to recognize that somewhere in your body intuition is speaking to you. When you can let go of the fear of judgment and totally trust your intuition, even if it doesn’t appear to make sense, you will discover that even when things don’t turn out the way you wanted, they have actually turned out just the way they were supposed to.
Listen as Jennifer and Chella have some fun as they share ideas about how to discern the difference between intuition and the clever “monkeys” in your mind that create self-doubt and judgment. It is important to understand that as you expand and grow, the “monkeys” will change their “outfits” to disguise themselves, but they are still the same monkeys. Trusting your intuition opens you up to more of everything, and allows you to accept that you are not crazy – everything you desire is 100% possible.
Connect more with Chella at chelladiaz.com.
Chella knew at a very young age how to manage money. At 9 years old she would go to the Farmer’s market and knew the vendors that had the best produce at the lowest price. She purchased her car at 17 and her first home at 23. Chella was married for 17 years and has two sons.
For over 15 years, Chella has been on her spiritual journey.
Chella has been hosting workshops to empower people to master their money skills. Her simple approach to creating a spending plan that will serve you today and for many years to come will allow you to reach your financial goals with joy and grace.
Chella has worked with many coaches and mentors and created a program that meets each client where they are and provides them with the tools they need to unpack their emotional baggage around money.
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