Our Own Healing Journey

Stacey Webb Author Interview

The Intuitive Detective inspires readers to listen to their inner compass and attune to their intuition, allowing themselves to be the detective in their own healing journey. Why was this an important book for you to write?

The answers we seek are always within us. However, there will be times we either seek those answers externally and/ or avoid and deflect the answers we receive within ourselves out of fear. I felt it was important to write this book to show how both of those avenues affected and shaped my life. Giving not only context to how we can listen and attune to our intuition but also how it can assist our own healing journey. It was important to show how choosing love over fear can be nourishing, nurturing, and empowering to our soul.

What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who struggles with listening to their intuition?

My advice is to always go back to the foundations. To first acknowledge what you are feeling in your body. Are you stressed, anxious, frustrated etc. Once you acknowledge how you are feeling, you can regulate your nervous system. This can be by breathing, using EFT, shaking, movement and other regulation tools to allow you to feel a sense of safety and connection back to your body. And finally, connect back to your heart intelligence, place your hands on your heart and breathe in the light from your heart to fill your whole body. This will allow you to attune to your intuition.

What is the biggest challenge you faced in your life and what did you learn from it?

The biggest challenge I faced within my life was believing within myself that I am enough, and to love myself just as I am. Facing this challenge allowed me to know I did not need to seek validation from others and be perfect to be loved. That, I did not need to lower my boundaries and people please to be loved. It allowed me to release the expectations I place on myself and love me for all of me.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your book?

I hope readers bring awareness to their intuition. To see where abouts in their life their intuition may have been trying to communicate with them so they can be aware, listen, strengthen, and follow their intuitive guidance in the future.

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Do you listen to your intuition?
Even when you know following it will result in your life-changing forever. Or do you later wish you had followed your intuition after realizing you have been avoiding and ignoring it out of fear? No one knows this better than Stacey Webb

A police officer for fifteen years, thirteen as a detective, and with a passion to assist people experiencing trauma, Stacey Webb shows how she has been guided by her intuition in her personal and professional life. Not only to do her job investigating serious crime but to create and hold space for people at a time where they are most vulnerable.

Stacey Webb shares snippets of her youth, early career, and present-day experiences to bring awareness to the intuitive guidance she receives. Showing how facing her fears brings forth her own self-acceptance and reveals the layers within her own healing journey.

Stacey Webb inspires us to listen to our inner compass and attune to our intuition, allowing ourselves to be the detective in our own healing journey.

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