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There are studies showing that we take on the burden of trauma from at least 3 past generations of our family. Add that to the habits of fearful thinking that we develop from childhood, and the sum is an incredible amount of white noise that blocks our ability to listen deeply to our signal. This week, in our final episode of season one, Mory is going all in on cutting through that noise and being bold about confronting trauma in all its forms. Buckle up for an emotional episode about how we can use intuition to deal with trauma associated with things like immigration, feelings of exclusion, and the ever-powerful belief that we might be letting down our loved ones. Click Here to enter for a chance to get personally coached by Mory in Season 2 of Signal! 
How do we overcome the daunting task of breaking through the white noise so we can listen to our signal? That’s a question that Mory and her special guest today, brilliant author and creative mind, Cyrus Dunham, attempt to keep answering nearly every week in their coaching sessions...and now you get the chance to tune in! Cyrus will highlight the importance of finding serenity in nature to tap into their signal, and why they believe that writing is their most powerful tool in the ongoing struggle of shedding limiting belief systems and stepping into alignment. As Mory continues to ask the ever-demanding question of intuition - why? - we find more and more that our past trauma and fear are what define our self-worth in the present. Cyrus and Mory’s work is an active journey to understand this fear, limit its power in our lives, and acknowledge its role in our growth towards our higher selves.Click Here to enter for a chance to get personally coached by Mory in Season 2 of Signal! 
If you’re someone who loves a routine, shies away from change, and thinks of a million reasons to avoid it, then this episode presents a daunting and much needed challenge for you! A foundational truth of Mory’s coaching is this: your higher self loves and even demands change…because it’s getting you one step closer to what you REALLY want. But, anxiety hates change! Until we can listen to our intuitive voice, we will continually dwell on external examples of failure that have no rightful place in our minds, making change more daunting than it needs to be. Tune in this week to hear Mory’s personal experience with major career and family changes, and how tuning into her signal, and teaching her clients to do the same, helps tone down anxiety and turn the volume up on the upside of change!  Click Here to enter for a chance to get personally coached by Mory in Season 2 of Signal! 
People are leaving their jobs in record numbers, frequently citing toxic leadership and a lack of meaning in work among the top reasons for doing so. In light of this “Great Resignation”, Mory insists that a huge reason why workers feel so unfulfilled in today’s world is the top-down lack of intuition; leaders who are not aligned with their higher selves can’t inspire a sense of meaning in their employees! An executive who is repeatedly held down by limiting beliefs will always struggle to put forth true acts of ingenuity and innovation and transfer any inner toxicity into the workplace. This is how toxic workplaces are created. In this episode, Mory will dissect this pattern of defeating self-talk, offer guidance to anyone who wants to lead in alignment with their signal, and invite us to see the massive upside of a team that is led and inspired by intuition. For more about how 822group can help transform your workplace:
Being at work is one of the most challenging places to show up in alignment with your signal. This is because, as Mory knows all too well from her long career at top PR and Marketing agencies, corporate culture encourages conformity and too often punishes individuality. But, the truth is that the short term and shallow benefits of conformity are nothing compared to the long-term value of a company’s employees listening to their intuition and feeling free to be authentic at work (psst.. that’s actually how you create inclusivity). Keep listening to hear Mory discuss the downside of current corporate cultures, why competition for profit can too often hide our creative gifts, and the vital importance of never ignoring your signal to stay small for others…even your boss! For more about how 822group can help transform your workplace:
In this special episode of Signal, Mory welcomes prolific writer, performer, trans-activist, and dear friend, Alok Vaid-Menon. Here you’ll find a candid discussion of Alok’s experience with intuition and learn more about their unique perspective on the topic, including how it affects their fight for equal rights in a marginalized community, the notion that intuition is largely the work of privilege, and how coming into alignment with their signal was instrumental in realizing the power they always had but were never fully aware of. Mory shares some of her past experiences of working with Alok and explains why they are such an endless source of inspiration in her mission to help people align with their signal! To learn more about Alok and their writing, speaking, and activism:
Raising kids is hard enough without the constant external pressure and judgement from others. So how do you ignore all that noise and tap into your Signal as a parent? And can you help your kids be more intuitive? As Mory will explain in this episode, parenting is likely the most naturally intuitive relationship we will experience in life. The primary blocker to intuitive parenting is actually our own ego. As parents, we are constantly tempted to project our own trauma and fear onto our children and assume the same outcomes for them as we had. It’s a deterministic pattern that isn’t good for them or us. Keep listening this week to hear Mory explain some of the unique challenges of certain parenting perspectives, and how to use your inner wisdom to guide you and help your kids become fully empowered. 
Picture this: you’ve done the work, listened to your intuition, and have tapped into the signal of your higher self. You’re feeling inspired and happier than before, so how does this transformation affect your relationships with others? Can we lead others to this journey of self-alignment? This week, Mory will give us the honest answer; focusing all our energy on tuning into our own signals and not judging others on their journeys is the most important step. Listen as Mory tells us how to do just that by reminding us: If it’s forced, we’re in danger of becoming preachers instead of teachers! 
Every single one of us experiences fear, almost on a daily basis, so how exactly does this commonplace emotion interact with our intuition? This week, Mory gets into fear, where it starts, how we manage it with more compassion and ultimately, how if left unchecked, it can be the biggest block to our intuitive signal – leaving us stagnant and frustrated. In this episode Mory shows us how to work with fear, asking it for evidence and questioning its roots….who implanted this fear? Why am I feeling fearful and is this feeling based in fact? Answering honestly and with rigor, as Mory will explain, is one of the first steps to unlocking our intuition and moving past fear. 
Welcome to Signal! In this season opener, Mory breaks down a mysterious word: intuition. Throughout history, intuition has been vilified and mistrusted, and Mory talks about how we’re still experiencing this in our culture today. Ultimately, our intuition has the power to be a cosmic radio-tower that tells us our purpose; it rings loud and clear, but the world inevitably causes static. Listen in to learn how to cut through the noise and hear your signal clearly to live your life in alignment with your purpose!



I hope listeners of Signal believe they don’t have to settle for conformity and want the steps to a more fulfilled and purposeful existence from my insights. As listeners engage with this podcast I believe they will walk away with a belief in their intuition, a clear understanding about how to tune into it, even when they are stressed or fearful and ultimately a renewed sense of trust in themselves and a sense of awe for their own internal power.
Comments (4)


wow just wow

May 20th

Haley Slaughter

intuition does cause emotional responses.

Jan 25th

Haley Slaughter

so when someone asks for my story, they mean the lies I tell myself? thanks for that nugget. I'm pretty clear on fact vs fiction. I won't be sharing any delusional stuff on the internet

Jan 25th

Devaun Hill

you can shed it out but that was quite there yet. Having it would probably end our whole relation to nearside the tone. ... 🤯🤯

Jan 17th
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