Dyana Valentine is an oracle. If you aren't sure what that means, don't worry, you'll learn all about it in this wonderful episode!
Dyana began her signature offering, the Woke Up Knowing™ experience, in 2011 after she had a waking vision of being in a bed in an ancient castle with people sitting around her bed waiting to hear a dream she had. Years later, and she has dreamt in several countries, in languages she didn’t speak, for seekers, artists, scientists, and humanitarians.
In this episode, Dyana goes into detail about her work and what it means to be an oracle. We talk about how to develop your intuition, the trouble with carrying around other people's scripts for how we should act and who we should be, and so much more.
Dyana also opens up about the financial side of her business, and about some of the money baggage she's had to work through and unlearn over the years. And then, perhaps my favorite part of our conversation, she breaks down the three different types of questions we can ask ourselves, and highlights which is the best one.
I loved talking with Dyana about her life and work, and I hope you do, too!
Connect with Dyana
Website // Twitter // Instagram
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Books, Resources & People Mentioned
- The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss
- Wild Seed, by Octavia Butler
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WHOOOO! I loved the long-form experience with you, Nic, and where we went. Thank you for seeing me, celebrating my work, and allowing time to playwork together. Love to hear folks’ questions, as they come!