Welcome to episode 344 of The Lively Show! And guess what? The Collective is back!
In this episode, Jess is joined by Annie Francouer where the two speak as the Collective answering questions sent by the Coco community (which the fourth round will be launching on January 13th!). Annie was initially an inner-voice client of Jess’s and all of a sudden, during an Inner Voice session, the Collective appeared through her. How amazing is that?!
But wait…what is the collective? It’s a group of non-physical entities channeled by Annie! And the questions asked and answered in this episode revolve around human design, going beyond our framework, and of course, the inner voice.
My personal favorite part of the episode was Annie discussing the importance of feeling still and putting ourselves in the Creator’s shoes. She hit home when she said every single human being has the potential to see and think for themselves and to chose love over fear.
P.S. The questions were submitted by the community in the Lively Community App so don’t forget to join now! Available through the app store on any mobile device 🙂
What we discuss:[05:54] What does the collective think of Human Design? [08:53] Using human design effectively and ineffectively [16:40] What to expect in 2021 [20:46] The Collective’s expectation for mass consciousness this year [25:16] Finding purpose and meaning [28:19] Does the Inner Voice have an Inner Voice? [31:31] Does consciousness exist or manifest as multiple dimensions? [38:40] How do we learn to trust our hearts and inner voice? [40:48] Do souls need to be healed?
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Welcome back to the Lively Show! It’s Chelsea here, the producer of the podcast and I’m excited to share with you the ins and outs of episode 343 with Jess!
What I believe to be the highlight of this episode is Jess’s recap of a recent small gathering she had at her new apartment in Lisbon. She discusses how she was “looping” and “projecting” as she found herself questioning whether or not her guests were having a good time or if they even liked her. These thoughts led her to peel back some layers and come to the realization that what she’s really doing is creating her own narrative for each person in the room. I love how she compares it to a T.V. show that she’s running in her mind. This really helped me become aware of how I’m doing this in my own life and how I need to create greater awareness for when I’m creating false narratives.
Jess also dives into what she calls her “Flow Dairies” where she tells us about her days spent in Portugal and the things that seem to be aligning in her life. Plus, we get an awesome update on the brand-new Lively Community App that you definitely don’t want to miss out on! You can download it now by searching it in the App Store on any mobile device.
Hello my friends! This week I’m catching you up on where I’ve been – and on what’s coming next. I’ve been quiet on Instagram lately, and in this episode, I’ll explain a bit more about why. I’ll discuss how it feels to go deeply inward, what it feels to shed traits that you thought you “had” to have, and what’s been going through my mind these days.
I also want to especially highlight in this episode that no matter what happens in this world – especially as we experience such an intense year – you can always turn to your inner voice for guidance on how to heal and help others. So I’m sharing a few refresher tips on how to tap into that infinite wisdom.
Whether we talk again next week, next month, or next year, may something wonderful happen to you today. 🙂
This episode is a Lively Show first: a recording of a call with The Collective Collective! You’ll hear The Collective, channeled by Annie Francoeur, answer questions from CoCo members about recent events and all kinds of heart issues. The Collective guides us through the question of what, if anything, the COVID-19 pandemic means for humanity, and how to help people who are suffering in this time.
We touch on decision making, karma, lucky numbers, the power of prayer, and how humans can get stuck in the same loops over and over. We take a look at shame and fear, and the intense amount of power those emotions can have over people.
We also have a powerful conversation on how parents can support their kids through health issues or struggles – this part made me tear up!
I’m so happy to share this episode with you, and I hope the supportive group energy of the session lifts you up!
This week’s episode is a conversation with the inner voice of Nicole Perkins, a brilliant and talented IVFT facilitator of color. In processing the killing of George Floyd and the centuries of systemic racism that led up to it, many minds are confronting painful questions right now. How do inner beings perceive racism, injustice, and trauma?
In this episode, Nicole’s inner voice offers insight on the emotional weight that many people of color carry, how inner beings perceive white privilege, and how to raise kids during this time in human history – among many other important topics. Thank you Nicole for sharing this conversation with us!
Hello my friends! In today’s episode, I’m sharing a clip of what happened when I did my own inner voice session with an IVFT grad! The session drew on both inner voice work and rapid transformational therapy, and I was able to access an inner part of myself that had a whole lot to share.
My inner being shared tips about body image, anxiety, death, and some of the fears our minds hold onto over the years. My inner being also explained a metaphor I’ve never heard before that I am SO excited for you to hear – it’s a great way to better understand the essence of our inner being. I can’t wait for you to hear it!
Hello my friends! Today I’m touching base on what I’ve been up to – and what I’ve been letting go of lately. This downtime in Hawaii has me pondering what you might call “area specific alignment,” and how the mind tends to find ease in some areas of lives but not others. In today’s episode, I’m using some examples to explain this topic and how it can relate to your experiences with the law of attraction. If you’ve ever found yourself looking for external joy or validation surrounding an issue in your life, you’ll totally relate.
I’m explaining how I’ve kept trust in abundance through career changes, made peace with my body, and changed how I experience my own vision of myself in the mirror. I’m sharing what deep trust in yourself and the universe feels like, how you might be feeling something similar in your own life, and how to notice energy leaks.
During this season when so many of us are reassessing priorities, confronting old limiting beliefs, and spending a whole lot of time alone with our minds, I hope this episode offers you a new way to approach this chapter of life. Here’s how I’m going beyond the mind even in this unprecedented time – and shedding thoughts that don’t serve me along the way. I hope you are safe and well wherever you may be!
This week we’re back with the Collective, channeled by Annie Francoeur! Today the Collective is helping us sort through the patterns and habits we get “stuck” in – and how to flow beyond them. We talk about how deep-rooted patterns can take shape within families, and how the mind’s tendency to be judgmental can relate to that.
We also cover addictive and obsessive habits around things like food, drinking, online shopping, or whatever the addiction might be for you. (I know lots of humans are struggling with this during this locked-down phase of life!) If you happened to see my stories this week, you know I’ve been reflecting on my own 9-year experience with eating issues, and what it meant for me to finally release those issues a few years ago. This topic is coming up for me a lot lately, so I hope that delving into this might help you with any similar experiences you’re having.
If you’re in the same boat I was, you’ll definitely want to hear the Collective’s insight. They clarify how to acknowledge the pattern, how you likely picked it up, and to drop your resistance around it. Why do we take on certain roles within our families? Why does the mind create limiting narratives about the type of person we “have” to be? Why does the mind forget that we’re never unloved or alone? It’s all covered in this episode. I can’t wait for you to hear it!