Time for a Team Meeting?

How to Connect with Your Team for Divine SupportFor those of us who tend to roll solo, taking care of business on our own and reluctant to ask for help, it’s likely we could use a reminder about the power of team support.

I’m not just talking about friends, family or employees willing to lend a helping hand, but an even higher, more well-resourced support system available to each and every one of us whenever we call on it.

We all have a variety of exceptionally skilled, powerful, divine helpers standing at the ready to support us with whatever we ask.

They can do whatever we can imagine:

  • pave the way to our dream come true
  • deliver inspiration and brilliant ideas
  • answer big questions
  • bring 3D helpers and assistants
  • convey helpful resources
  • smooth out the day
  • give us a reason to laugh
  • reallocate time

… whatever you can think of requesting, they can help with.

But we need to ask and be open to receiving their support.

If you’re wondering whether to start online dating or not, they can help. If you’ve got a big bill you’d like help getting handled, they’re happy for you to put them on it.

If you need to get a message through to someone you can’t talk to yourself, you can ask your team to talk to his team. Or even if you don’t have a specific question or request, but just want to open to high level input – that’s a great reason to connect.

Your divine support system consists of whoever you invite and call on, which for me includes Angels, Guides, Universe/God, my Higher Self, as well as my virtual mastermind members. (Including Florence Scovel-Shinn, aka “Flo” in our intimate circle.) I often call on my Inner Business Guru as well (compliments to Jeanna G for introducing me to that resource) and sometimes my Universal Manager (thanks for that intro, Abe) and loved ones who’ve crossed.

With that much high powered support, it means all of us can be well connected when we remember to call on the team.

If you haven’t done that lately (or ever), now is a great time to connect.

There are no rules about how to meet with your team. Do whatever feels right to you. Or follow suggestions from the experts.

Here’s how I meet with my team …

I prep the same way I would meet with any highly esteemed guests, meaning I make sure I’m presentable and feeling good. (I want to be in a good mood, so I set aside any stress or problems that might get in the way of our clear communication.)

I clean up the place like I would for any company that was stopping by. (Maybe your team likes to gather at the local pub, or a church setting?)

Then I find a comfortable spot for us all to gather, making sure to have a way to take notes throughout the meeting. (I prefer pen and paper over laptop. I’ve found relying on memory a bad plan.)

A few weeks ago it was so beautiful outside that I hosted the team meeting on the back patio. With the birds chirping and the breeze flowing it felt like a perfect place to welcome divine beings to brainstorm.

Then I close my eyes, breathe in some lightΒ (so I’m at a good vibration for hearing everyone), welcome them all in, thank them for being there, and introduce the purpose of the gathering.

After that it’s just a matter of staying open to whatever messages arrive.

Sometimes those communications arrive instantly, and sometimes they show up later.

In this particular meeting I solicited suggestions for moving forward on my current manifestation-in-progress (biz evolution). They said four very clear things:

1) you’re doing great (a helpful reminder since I sometimes gloss over present success).
2) relax about it (you don’t have to work for it).
3) partner up (you don’t have to go it alone).
4) own it (as in, acknowledge your expertise and worthiness).

On the partner up instruction, I told them I’d love that and was very open to the idea, but could they please send some referrals. (“Tell me who, please!”)

They said they have been sending referrals, and I instantly suspected I might know who they were talking about. (A new guy on my radar who rang my bell the week prior.)

So I asked they make those referrals more obvious, since sometimes I have to hear things twice to really get it.

With that itΒ felt like we were done, so I thanked them for their support and sent huge love and appreciation their way. Also asked them to let me know if there was anything I could do for them. (Feels silly to offer, but I hate to just be a taker in these gatherings.)

Went back to my regularly scheduled day and within minutes they had the referral on my desk. (In my inbox, specifically.) Delivered with exceptional clarity. Just like I’d asked. Seriously unmistakable.

The team delivers when you take the time to check in!

Make sure the power players on your side aren’t going untapped. They’re here for you, rooting for your success, they can do magical and miraculous things, and they want to help.

There are many ways to connect with our personal teams, so I’d love to what you practice for tuning in to divine wisdom, support and insight. Thanks for sharing your methods and experiences with us in the comments!

  • May 31, 2014
  • Eleanor Moran says:

    I love this Jeannette – what a great reminder. Good for you for getting Flo on board! I love Shakti Gawain’s work – she was my ‘in’ to the law of attraction. She reminds me of the equally love Tosha Silver in how she infuses it with spirituality and offering to the divine, not just asking it to be a slot machine!

  • James & Cassie – if you come up with new ideas for holding your meetings, we’d love to hear them here!

  • Cassie says:

    I love how you set up your team meeting. I’m going to play with your routine until I have my own. Thanks!

  • James says:

    Communicating with my guides is actually pretty easy for me. And other peoples guides,I just don’t practice a lot . Il have to have a meeting soon I guess. Thanks!

  • Hope you had a lovely meeting, Emily!
    Glad this post inspired you to reconnect. πŸ™‚

  • Love this, Jeannette! I’ve recently been doing this, and learning how to tap into this additional wisdom and love is awesome. I love your meeting idea, and since it’s a pretty day here, I think I’m going to do it outside, too. Thank you!

  • Mrs. C, that intrigues me that you incorporate hypnosis into your meeting. Self-hypnosis, I assume?

  • Mrs. C says:

    I forgot to add that I only do this now on the waxing or full moon.

  • Mrs. C says:

    I love this! Thanks Everyone for sharing. I am still smiling from Bernadette love story.
    I must say that I haven’t had a team meeting for years. I did do a reshuffle as I found out that one of my people deals with the darker forces and slacked having meetings. I did have the same experience as Nancy with a Artist who is still alive. I do have Flo and Bashar in my team as well as one family member. I will have a board meeting tomorrow. I normally do this all under hypnosis.
    As mentioned they do respond to you when called upon but I need to do it more. However every morning I have been asking the universe to send me something/anything really delightful. Then I would find anything from a type of cake which I can not find in bakery this country to the news that I can sue my letting Estate agents for damages.
    Nancy Reagan held a sΓ©ance at the White House used to do this too but this was just brushed off as a joke by Obama. I know that it was not a joke but I won’t go his type of meetings here.
    The money angels have been so kind to me over the last week and I am grateful for that.

  • Stella, what a wonderful schedule! You’re inspiring me to become more communicative with my team.
    Thanks for posting!

  • Hey Jeannette, I love the way you hold your “Team Meetings” πŸ˜€
    You wanted to know how often we “meet with our people” ~ I touch base briefly every day after waking and then again before bed. Twice a month at New Moon and Full Moon I set aside an hour or two for a more intensive gathering. But our schedule doesn’t stop me from calling an impromptu assembly any time during my day when I need to talk something out!

  • Yay for good timing, ladies!
    (It is making me wonder if there’s any such thing as a poorly timed team meeting reminder. lol)
    Have a great meetup with your power players! πŸ™‚

  • Deana says:

    wow – synchronisity for sure! this blog post coming exactly when I need it!!! thanks and thanks again! – Deanna

  • Cristina says:

    I so needed this reminder. It’s been far too long. Just want to say THANK YOU! You always seem to post exactly what I need to read, at exactly the right time! What a “coincidence”! πŸ˜‰

  • Wow, that is such a specific thing to ask for, Bernadette! I can imagine the comfort it brought you to have that nugget of info. And how wonderful that it unfolded like that. Gotta love those helpers of ours, huh?

  • Bernadette says:

    Thank you πŸ™‚ Love your timing with your blog, you never cease to amaze me.
    I was sitting at home last night, feeling a bit down.
    I looked up and the words “You are not alone” flashed up on the screen, I was woah! that’s right I can’t be alone with all my spirit friends around me all the time.
    Two years before I met my husband, I was in a pretty dark place with a guy that did not treat me right. So I asked my helpers if I am not meant to be with this guy what is the name of the guy I am meant to be with?
    A minute or so later I was given a name (it was an unusual name for a man) so I thought ahh, just my imagination and forgot about it.
    Two years later I met him, married him and had two beautiful children with him.
    They always give me what I need when I remember to ask for their help.
    Thank you again, a wonderful reminder.

  • Good to hear, Kim! Thanks for reading and sharing your inspiration here in the comments.
    And Laurie, that is such a cool question to engage! So glad this post could be part of the answer.

  • Laurie says:

    I am not sure how I could forget this, ever! But I did, so thank you!
    I have been re-reading The Principles of Science of Mind and playing with the question “How could it be even better?” And this showed up. It could be better if I let Them help- of course!
    Really enjoying your posts.

  • Kim says:

    Thanks so much for your well-timed reminder. Will be calling on the team today ! K : )

  • Nancy, I’m curious to hear from others how often they meet with their people.
    As in, do you keep a regularly scheduled appointment or just meet sporadically as inspired? I’ve been in the camp of the latter, but thinking the former would be very smart.

  • It’s great to remember we always have support!
    Shakti Gawain introduced me to this idea in her book, Creative Visualization. I have used it to connect with master artists for guidance on painting, and was surprised when the answers came immediately to me!
    Thanks for the reminder, Jeannette.
    Many blessings,

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