By Susan Gorman
Everyday IntuitionMar 14, 2023
S4 Mini Episode 1: Real Gratitude
Practicing real gratitude is a big job. Some thoughts to get you started!
Everyday Intuition S4E8: Real Joy Part 3
We're wrapping up Season 4 with the last of 3 explorations on what real joy really means. Susan takes us on a deeper dive into the difference between emotional feelings and intuitive feelings, with a bonus fresh take on Spooky Season.
Happy Halloween everyone, and we'll be back with mini episodes in November/December before Season 5 premieres in January 2024!
Season 4 Episode 7: Real Joy Part 2
In this episode we continue our conversation about the significant differences between joy and bliss, and how acceptance of the full range of our feelings helps us connect with our intuition, which in turn, guides us in a life that offers us true authenticity.
(Also there is some discussion of a very adorable little 12 lb cloud with feet). Turns out, our hearts are really big enough to feel it all, all at the same time.
Thanks, as always, to the inimitable Coby Gray firstname.lastname@example.org
Pics of 2023's second biggest surprise to follow on social media, since I obvs keep forgetting I can't post them here https://www.instagram.com/susangormanintuitive/
Everyday Intuition S4E6: Real Joy
Let's tread carefully into the deep misunderstandings that surround the concept of bliss as a substitute for enduring happiness, and what true joy really is.
Also there's a blockbuster (at least for those of us in this intuition joint) Very Cool Validation story about the power of dreams, coming right on the heels of our las two episodes.
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thanks as always to fabulous sound engineering talent that is coby gray email@example.com
Everyday Intuition S4E5: Actually, There's More about Intuition and Sleep You Should Know :)
We're back at it with a follow-up episode on Intuition and sleep! (Those pesky tangents, they turn into miniseries sometimes!). But we wouldn't want to leave you hanging and there's so much more to talk about!
Special thanks to Coby Gray, sound engineer extraordinaire firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyday Intuition S4E4: Intuition and Sleep
Did you know that how we sleep directly impacts how we experience our intuition? Our intuition also loves to utilize the wee hours to keep us connected with ourselves. In this episode, Susan begins to decode how you may or may not be helping yourself sleep better, receive important information, and foster a good relationship with rest. Bonus content includes Susan's dog who serendipitously was sleeping on the floor next to her desk while she was recording, delightfully dreaming and snorting in his sleep!
Everyday Intuition S4E3: New Age Mythbusters: Your Mind: Toxic Positivity
And we're back!
We continue our series on New Age Myths and Misconceptions with a dive into the way the wellness community has often characterized approaches to mental health in ways that don't serve us and that oversimplify the power of positive thinking. Plus, Susan gives some concrete examples of how to use affirmations so they'll actually work.
Mentioned in this episode: The ADHD Friendly Show
Special thanks to Coby Gray, our new sound engineer! Yay! You can reach Coby at CobyGray@gmail.com
Everyday Intuition -- Takin' A Break
E3 is on its way but we're taking a short break. Alison and Steve, the folks who help bring Everyday Intuition to you with their magical technical and production support, are taking some time to deal with a family health issue. We'll be back to continue Season 4 as soon as we can, and in the meantime, now's the opportunity you've been waiting for to binge all your favorite episodes from seasons past! Please add your love and good woo to mine as we send it their way :).
Everyday Intuition S4E2 -- New Age Mythbusters: The Body: Abelism and Magical Thinking
In this episode, we admit Susan's on a bit of a soapbox, but honestly she probably can't help it! Listen as she takes apart the confusing, limiting, and contradictory ways physical health is conceptualized in new age wellness spaces. She makes some valuable suggestions on how to navigate your own physical experience as a human with a human body using your intuition of course, and answers another very sticky question from a mom about her teenager to round out the episode.
Everyday Intuition S4E1 -- New Age Mythbusters: Meditation is not Medication
Season Four of Everyday Intuition is here! In S4, Susan takes on several of the biggest new age myths and misconceptions which have caused nothing but mischief for the wellness community. Episode 1, Meditation is not Medication, begins the conversation.
Everyday Intuition S3E14 -- Healing the Self-Esteem Wound
In order to be truly comfortable with your intuition, you'll need to think differently about yourself. In this last episode of Season Three, Susan describes what true open-mindedness really is, and why expanding your ability to be kind and generous to yourself is such a critical developmental task for students of intuition.
Also, we answer a question from our listener, Doug!
We'll be back in 2023 with Season 4! In the meantime, have fun re-listening to your favorite episodes, and don't forget to share with others what you love about them! We're all about the highest good for the greatest number around here, so helping get the word out with your reviews, likes, and shares means the world to us!
Everyday Intuition S3E13 -- The GOAT Episode
This is the long-promised episode about goats! There's no competition currently for the GOAT intuition story, but IMHO this will definitely be a lifelong contender :)
I chat with my client Meg Simone who has graciously agreed to share her amazing experience following the trajectory of predictions revealed in her first session in 2019 all the way to the present.
Meg happened to transcribe the major points I made in her first session *verbatim*, which gave her some powerful reference points for how her life was going to change, and taught her how predictive intuition has 3 important functions: to prepare us well for those changes, to connect us with the highest good for the greatest number, and in this case, to thoroughly delight us!
Warning: this episode may make you giggle.
- Buy an adorable Metal Goat: Silver Gate General Store (via Silver Gate Lodging, they own it) https://store.silvergatelodging.com/shop
- Video of Metal Goats - : https://mediazilla.com/RkdCdoP30t
- Sample Social Media Video made during Flood Crisis: https://mediazilla.com/Nv5EW0v34o
- Community video for the fun of the 4th of July to show the outside world Cooke City was open for business: https://mediazilla.com/aEngUiWElM
- Meg Simone Wedding Film
Everyday Intuition S3E12 -- Living With An Intuitive
We're reprising an episode from the first season of Everyday Intuition, in which Lara interviews Susan's peeps to find out what it's really like to be close to an intuitive. Or just to her . Enjoy!
Everyday Intuition S3E11 -- It's The ADHD Friendly Show Podcast interview!
It's The ADHD Friendly Show Podcast interview! Everybody, meet Caren Magill, the creator of this valuable resource for celebrating smart, creative women with ADHD. I haven't talked about having ADHD publicly before, mostly because I didn't want it to contribute to the marginalization already plaguing our understanding of intuition. But it's time. Caren's interviewing skills are amazing and I felt instantly comfortable with her. Many of us with ADHD instinctively use our intuition to direct traffic in the very busy intersections that our brains can be. I'm so grateful Caren invited me to talk about how becoming more conscious about our intuition can create a powerhouse skill for us, bringing clarity and presence to our lives.
Everyday Intuition S3E10 -- Tips For Empaths: Hold The Good and Bad Together
Codependency puts us at risk to carry more than our share of the energy and feelings of others. In this episode, we talk about tools for identifying if you are intuitively "overfull" and what to do about it.
Everyday Intuition S3E9 -- Tips For Empaths: Brush Your Teeth
In this episode, Susan explains how little habits, done consistently over time can become the grounding force in understanding ourselves as naturally intuitive. Also, Susan fields a question from a client in our new AMA segment!
Everyday Intuition S3E8 -- Intuition In The Body
Our human lives come with physical, emotional, and intuitive operating systems. Learning to interpret what they have to say (often when they are all speaking at once!) is practiced over time, but it's possible to discover your intuition via what your body is telling you. Investigating the clues embedded in your physical experience is a skill worth your time, especially since we don't have a direct language in our culture to talk about our intuition.
Everyday Intuition S3E7 -- Responsible Mediumship
In this episode, Susan shares her thoughts on what it's really like to be a medium, how she navigates the challenges of communication with the "other side", and how successfully bridging our world with that of the "disembodied" can be incredibly healing.
Everyday Intuition S3E6 -- Intuition is the Language of Energy
Today we begin to talk about energy, in the most down-to-earth way possible. To talk about intuitive empathy, we have to go to the far reaches of the woo, but it's important to try and describe not only how intuition is your most natural resource, but also why.
Mentions in this episode:
~Invisibilia S1E4: Entanglement
Everyday Intuition S3E5 -- Why is it So Hard to Read For Yourself?
In this episode, Susan lays out why the context we place intuition into makes it so hard to actually experience it, and gives you the beginnings of how to create an intuitive language for yourself.
Everyday Intuition S3E4 -- More Stories from Hawaii
Susan shares two stories from her travels that illustrate what it's like to be intuitive in real life. Both tales show how we can be totally human and completely intuitive at the same time, and shows how the connection between our intuition and a natural spirituality can soften our experiences. (Also, you are allowed to laugh at with her).
Everyday Intuition S3E3 -- The New Age Princess Receives Her Sea Glass
In this episode, Susan takes us along for a trip to a sea glass beach on Kauai, Hawaii, sharing her first takes on the meaning of this unexpected trip, as well as some thoughts on the way collecting sea glass has shaped her meditation practice.
Everyday Intuition S3E2 -- Meditation and Intuition: A Love Story
In episode 2 of Season Three, we take a tour of the many benefits of meditation, the different types of meditation folks find beneficial, and the reason why it is the absolutely, hands-down, all-time most important thing you can do to strengthen your intuition (and your ability to recognize it)!
Plus, if you're having a lot of stressful feelings about Uvalde, Susan has some suggestions.
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Everyday Intuition S3E1 -- My Origin Story
Welcome to Season 3! In this, the first episode in The Season That Took For Freakin' Ever To Launch, Susan explains why it took so heckin' long, and why not all heroes wear capes ;).
Susan's personal stories are woven throughout Season 3, illustrating the ways we are all intuitive and how intuition is our most natural resource. Join her as she relays the events of the night she discovered her gifts, completely shifting the direction her life would take.
Visit Susan on her website, www.susangorman.net, where you'll find her blog, courses to build a strong foundation, and more!
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Everyday Intuition S2E5 -- Breaking Through the Fog: The Crystal Ball Wall
In the Season 2 finale, Susan and Lara look back at their bird-watching season, which will soon be on pause while the bears wake up. But before it ends, Susan tells Lara about her experience getting up close with a bird that’s becoming a local legend in their town. Susan introduces the concept for your very own “Crystal Ball Wall”- which is a way for folks to document and grow their intuition. Later, in the “Ask the Intuitive” segment, Susan responds to a question from Alexka who wonders if your intuition can ever be wrong?
Everyday Intuition S2E4 -- Breaking Through the Fog: The Layering Effect
In this episode of the Everyday Intuition podcast, Susan and Lara compare notes on their ongoing pandemic bird watching. One of them saw a rare purple finch and the other is fending off an army of mutant squirrels. Listen in to find out more.
Season 2 of the podcast tackles the theme breaking through the fog. In this episode, Susan shares how intuition arrives via the layering effect. She provides suggestions for how to recognize these moments and cultivate patience while interpreting information that doesn’t arrive all at one. She also talks about why intuition arrives like this.
In the “Ask the Intuitive” segment, Susan takes a question from longtime listener, Claire, who asks if her intuition can help her avoid crime.
Everyday Intuition S2E3 -- Being Gentle When Breaking Through the Fog
In the third episode of Season 2, Lara tells Susan a story about combining her new cat detective training with intuition to solve a case. Then, the episode delves into the season’s theme of breaking through the fog that can impair our intuition. Susan stresses the need to proceed gently when seeking your intuition, especially when you’re feeling fogged in. She talks about how thinking your intuition is lurking around the corner ready to upset or scare you can actually block clarity. In the new “Ask the Intuitive” segment, Susan responds to a question from a listener, Jennifer, who wants help asking her intuition when it’s a good time to try a new writing project.
Everyday Intuition S2E2 -- Breaking Through the Fog: Stress
In the second episode of Season 2, Susan reports back to Lara on her birdwatching homework. Who saw the most birds this week? Tune in to find out. Then, the episode delves into the season’s theme of breaking through the fog that can impair our intuition and Susan focuses on how stress contributes to the fog. She shares her observations of stress in people she knows as we near the first anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic and how we can address the cumulative stress in our lives. In the new “Ask the Intuitive” segment, Susan responds to a question from listener, Laura, who wants to know how she interprets the vivid dreams about disorganization she’s been having during the pandemic.
Everyday Intuition S2E1 -- Breaking Through the Fog
The podcast returns for a second season with episodes devoted to the theme of “Breaking Through the Fog.” This comes as many people are feeling stuck in the fog of living in a global pandemic and divided political landscape and worried about how that is impacting intuition. In the first episode, Susan shares what this fog is and how it might not always be a bad thing. She also shares why taking care of yourself is even more important now than ever for nurturing your intuition. Lara introduces a new segment for the second season, “Ask the Intuitive” in which Susan answers listener questions about their intuition. And while Lara has graduated from her homework assignments, in a surprise twist, she assigns Susan homework this time around.
Everyday Intuition Episode 16: Gratitude and Your Intuition
In this Thanksgiving week episode of Everyday Intuition, Susan shares how your intuition is connected to your ability to express gratitude. Susan and Lara talk about genuine gratitude versus superficial expressions of thankfulness. They also tackle the concept of being grateful for hard thing in your life. For homework, Susan suggests giving yourself permission to be sad, and even cry, as part of a gratitude practice. And, of course, they talk about what they are thankful for this year.
Everyday Intuition Episode 15: Taking Care of Your Empathic Side
In this episode of Everyday Intuition, Susan and Lara debrief after the anxiety leading up to the presidential election. Susan shares how she’s been taking care of the empathic part of herself along with some tips for how others can do the same going forward. She also talks about some of the messages she’s received about the election. Later, in the homework portion of the podcast, Susan explains how to set internal boundaries and why they are an important part of self-care during the political climate we are living within.
Everyday Intuition Episode 14: Changing Your Perception of Haunted Houses
In this Halloween week episode of Everyday Intuition, Susan shares why she does not believe in malevolent spirits. She talks about the ghosts that came with her own old New Englander house, and what she has learned from them. Later, Lara recalls going on a ghost hunting adventure in a town building and what it felt like to go inside a house where a horrific crime took place. For homework, Susan shares some suggestions for how people can reframe their attitudes toward haunted houses.
Everyday Intuition Episode 13: The Finding Felix Trilogy
In a galaxy far, far away, just kidding, actually in a new cat house in Lara’s backyard, Lara and Susan finish out their three-part intuitive journey to find out what happened to Lara’s missing cat Felix. Susan shares what it’s like to communicate with animals before she confides her new desire to become a cat. Why? Listen in to find out. Lara gives an update on the search for Felix and how she used her intuition to add a new member to her cat family. In the homework portion of the show, Susan urges Lara to consider what changed in her life as a result of this experience.
Everyday Intuition Episode 12: Practicing Patience With Intuition
In this episode of Everyday Intuition, Lara and Susan follow up on the investigation into Lara’s missing cat, Felix. They talk about Susan’s use of map dousing to identify a search area and some leads Lara followed up on since last time. Susan explains how it is important to practice patience when using your intuition for issues that have high stakes and also trusting the order in which events happen. Finally, she offers Lara a homework assignment this week to help her practice good emotional self-case.
Everyday Intuition Episode 11: There's More Than One Way to Track a Cat
In this episode of Everyday Intuition, Susan and Lara team up on an investigation, tracking Lara’s missing cat Felix. Lara works the case using her background as an investigator while Susan uses her intuition to gauge if they are on the right path. Susan shares how needing now have a concrete answer and giving in to fear can get in the way of your intuition. Finally, Lara and Susan trek into the woods of New Hampshire to work the case. What did they find? Listen in to learn more.
Everyday Intuition Episode 10: Living With An Intuitive
Ever wondered what it would be like to have an intuitive in your life? In this episode of the Everyday Intuition podcast, Lara sits down with three men in Susan’s life, her two sons and significant other. What was it like with her boyfriend Bill learned at their first date about her profession? What’s it like to have a mom who’s intuitive? Listen in to find out.
Everyday Intuition Episode 9: A Story of Chocolate and Intuition
In this episode of the Everyday Intuition podcast, Lara meets up with Exeter bean-to-bar chocolate maker, Enna Grazier, of Enna Chocolate, as she opens her new chocolate factory and café in Exeter. Enna tells her story of transitioning from wedding photography to chocolate maker, and how she felt when deciding to pursue it as a career. Susan, who was one of Enna’s early taste testers, talks about how Enna’s journey is a good example of someone following little intuitive breadcrumbs on her journey. Later, Lara reports back on what she’s written in her intuition journal and Susan gives Lara a new homework assignment as she prepares to start a second draft of a writing project.
Everyday Intuition Episode 8: Does Intuition Follow Your Timeline?
In this episode of the Everyday Intuition podcast, Lara tells Susan about a situation where she is frustrated that her intuition is not working the way she expects and is starting to doubt herself. Susan talks about why wanting your intuition to work within your time frame doesn’t work. She explains that sometimes the timeline of intuition changes, often for a better end result. Later, Lara reports back on her homework from last time, to ask her intuition direct questions, as she tells Susan about a new creative project.
Everyday Intuition Episode 7: Watching for the Signs
In this episode of Everyday Intuition, Lara tells Susan about a wren's nest that was built on her porch and how it reminds her of her grandparents. Susan talks about how guides and loved ones may use birds, dragonflies, music or other signs to communicate with us. She explains that guides work with what we will recognize as a sign. Later, Susan and Lara have both have vivid dreams about their dearly departed grandparents during the pandemic and Susan talks about why others might also be having similar experiences at this time. Susan shares how lethargy can be a sign of intuition before Lara reports back on both her experience with the fake Keen website (when she ignored her intuition) and her realization about trusting yourself and listening to your intuition.
Everyday Intuition Episode 6: When Intuition Becomes Overwhelming
In this episode, Lara shares with Susan that her moments of small intuition are multiplying under Susan’s guidance. She tells a story about meeting a man at the local fish pick up that came at just the right time. Susan talks about her recent intuitive downloads, which have been intense, and a bit overwhelming as they relate to our current life during a global pandemic. This leads to a discussion about how we can handle overwhelming intuitive moments and why self-care and slowing down are important. Lastly, Lara reports back on her homework assignment from last week with a recent experience in which she argued with her intuition and lost.
Everyday Intuition Episode 5: How Little Moments of Intuition Lead to Bigger Moments
In the Everyday Intuition podcast, Intuitive Counselor Susan Gorman helps guide us to use our natural intuition. Her guest intuitive-in-training is Lara Bricker, an author, former private investigator, and member of the Crime Writers On podcast.
In this episode, Lara tells Susan about how her intuition played a role in finding a long lost water bottle. Susan explains how learning to recognize and listen to these little intuitive moments can lead to bigger moments. Listening to the little moments are important in developing habit, mindset and working the intuitive muscles. Susan recalls a Saturday Night Live skit with Christopher Walken about little psychic moments before Lara shares an experience she had recently with reading a person's energy. Lastly, Lara reports back on her homework from last week on spiritual bypassing and Susan shares a listener question which leads to a new homework assignment.
Everyday Intuition Episode 4: How Intuition Works During Hard Times
In this episode, Susan and Lara talk about current events including the pandemic and the growing movement to combat racism. Susan talks about her own intuition and how she has been receiving downloads about the strengthening racial justice movement for several years and what she thinks it means. Later, Susan shares with Lara how intuition can work during hard times like those we are in now by calling us to work toward the greater good and to help others. Lara shares a moment she had which was fear, not intuition. Finally, Susan's homework assignment this week relates to the practice of spiritual bypassing.
Everyday Intuition Episode 3: Separating Fear and Intuition During the Pandemic
In the Everyday Intuition podcast, Intuitive Counselor Susan Gorman helps guide us to use our natural intuition. Her guest intuitive-in-training is Lara Bricker, an author, former private investigator, and member of the Crime Writers On podcast. In this episode, Susan talks about what it's like to be an intuitive empath during times of high anxiety like the pandemic and how this came to a head for her while grocery shopping. Later, she and Lara talk about how the pandemic has triggered difficult old memories for many of us and how to use this as an opportunity for growth. They talk about how to recognize the difference between fear and intuition during stressful times. Lastly, Lara reports back on her homework assignment and tells about a time when she listened to her gut when planning an anniversary weekend trip.
Everyday Intuition Episode 2: The Intuitive Child
In the Everyday Intuition podcast, Intuitive Counselor Susan Gorman helps guide us to use our natural intuition. Her guest intuitive-in-training is Lara Bricker, an author, former private investigator, and member of the Crime Writers On podcast. In this episode, Susan talks about the natural intuitive ability children are born with and how that changes as they age. Lara reports back on her first intuitive homework assignment in which she noticed when she felt calm when making a decision. Later, Susan coaches Lara to validate her moments of intuition by recognizing, and telling someone, about them.
Everyday Intuition Episode 1: "The Gods Are Smiling Upon You"
In the Everyday Intuition podcast, Intuitive Counselor Susan Gorman helps guide us to use our our natural intuition. Her guest intuitive in training is Lara Bricker, an author, former private investigator, and member of the Crime Writers On podcast. In this episode, Susan and Lara talk about how they met and some of Lara's early misconceptions about intuition. Susan explains the difference between an empath, clairvoyant and medium. Later, she assigns a homework assignment for Lara to start to recognize her own intuition.