Soul Abundance: How to Be Unshakable with Money with Jennifer Bloome

Ever have money stress? Of course, most people have at one time or another—you’re human. Listen in as Soul Abundance Guide Jennifer Bloome and I explore Soul Abundance and how to become unshakable with money. In this juicy conversation we cover:

  • How connecting with your inner voice and understanding how you tick allows you to create a nourishing, enlivening, luscious life that is all your own
  • How to shift out of money stress
  • Why money doesn’t truly solve money stress (and what does)
  • How to find your true source of money 
  • The ties between sensuality and money
  • Money and martyrdom
  • Questions to ask yourself to activate your money receiving archetype

Today’s Guest

Jennifer Bloome

Soul Abundance Guide

Jennifer Bloome is a Soul Abundance Guide, Energy Healer, and Master Soul Language Practitioner. She teaches people how to communicate directly with their Soul so they that can co-create a flow of Soul-Based Abundance in whatever form they want.
Jennifer has been helping people re-align with, and create what they want from, their Soul’s Inner Abundance since 2001. She began by helping women create the babies their heart desired and then discovered that the same process created abundance of all kinds.
Jennifer has created a wide variety of tools to help make communicating with the soul more tangible including guided meditations and meridian tapping programs. And, building from the paradigm of Soul Language, she has created Soul Language and Money, a tool that helps you form a personal relationship with the Soul of Money. Once you are in direct conversation with Money, you can transform that relationship so you can create tangible changes in your bank account. Jennifer also trains and certifies other individuals in the paradigm of Soul Language and Money.

RESOURCES

Money Relationship Quiz https://jenniferbloome.com/money-relationship-quiz/


episode transcription

Heather Clark 

Welcome to Unshakable Being: inspiration and practical tools for purpose led helpers, guides and leaders like you to shift out of stress, stop going in circles, and get what you want in your life body in business. I am Dr. Heather Clark, and I’ll be your host.

 

Heather Clark 

Hello and thanks so much for joining us on Unshakable Being. Today we have Jennifer Bloome, who is a soul abundance guide. First of all, how fantastic is that? She’s an energy healer, Master Soul Language practitioner, and many other things. And she teaches people how to communicate directly with their soul, so you can co create a flow of soul based abundance. Jennifer, thank you so much for coming on to the show.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

It’s my pleasure, Heather. I’m really excited for a conversation.

 

Heather Clark 

Me too. Me too. So there’s so many different places to start. Let’s start with–tell me a little bit about soul abundance.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Absolutely. So, you know, I think that we can really get caught up in what kind of life Do I want, right week? Do I want the house I want the car do I want the 2.5 kids. And we can make decisions and a lot of different ways about what we want. We can look around us, we can see what other people have that seem to be making them happy, or we can turn inward and learn to work with ourselves. That seems like a strange statement as I say that, but I think a lot of times we do look around to say, hey, what am I supposed to be doing? What am I supposed to be creating? Who am I supposed to be? And we forget to ask the most essential person which is ourselves. And so soul abundance is this idea that As we connect more with our own inner voice, we understand more about who we are what makes us tick. And what’s going to allow us to create this really nourishing, enlivening luscious life that is all our own. And that’s what I think of when I think of soul abundance.

 

Heather Clark 

I love that. And I really love that it’s a perspective of looking within to created because I don’t know about you, but a lot of the paradigms that I grew up in where abundance comes externally, and I love your use of the word should because anybody that really knows me knows I’m a little bit of a hall monitor with should, but that’s true. That’s what it is like, what should I be doing? What do I need to be doing in order to and it’s so external. I really love this internal approach. I’d really like to know how this shows up. I don’t want to ask this with stress, so somebody’s stressing about money. Is this idea of soul abundance in this approach? How does that shift the stress in their life?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

That’s a, okay. It’s a great question. And there’s like, there’s a couple of different layers that I’m seeing running through my mind. So let’s start. Let’s start here. Um, when we get stressed, we tend to wait we do the fight or flight thing by fight, flight freeze, right? And I think that many of us when it comes to trying to make more money, because if we’re stressed about money, we think that what’s going to solve it is more money. And so, we think, Okay, I got to do something, I have to I have to have some sort of action. That’s going to bring got more money into the bank, I have to do I have to do I have to do I have to do. And I will not quarrel with the fact that there will be some sort of action step that will be required in order to bring more money in. But it’s not the most efficient way of doing things. In fact, I think that we get ourselves into a lot of trouble when we’re stressed about money. Because we start doing things that are either not really in alignment with who we are, and it’s just going to down the road going to create more stress, or it’s going to be something that doesn’t end up being very, it doesn’t end up in quotes working right doesn’t bring money in. When we can in that moment of being stressed, acknowledge a couple of different things. It’s going to make the end result better if we can acknowledge that Even though it’s scary, maybe to have less than the bank than the bills that are going to be coming in, if we can somehow get to that point where we can acknowledge it in this moment, right now, I have over my head, I’m wearing clothing. My belly is basically full. I’m okay, I’m safe. That allows us to access our inner wisdom. And we’re going to be able to access those inner resources that are going to help us create the next steps that will ultimately lead to the money.

 

Heather Clark 

So when you say money doesn’t solve money stress, I think I think a lot of us are like, No, no, wait a minute.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, because no, I really want to dive in. Because when you’re stressed about money, money solves that stress. But you’re saying something a little different. And I really want you to expand on that, please and kind of flesh that out.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Like, because I’m going to disagree with you, I money. Okay, so I have, let’s just, you know, I have been in a position where I have had $10 in the bank and a week before the next paycheck and three kids to feed. So, you know, to think that if somebody’s listening and saying, Ah, she doesn’t really know what money stress is, you know, not that we have to make stories about pain and suffering, but, you know, in the moment, sure, you know, if I had an influx of cash for that week, I would probably be okay. Except for I would be okay. I’d be able to feed the kids, but I would continue to be stressed because my mind would go to Well, what about next week? And right, so, in some respects money, does solve money, stress. But it’s not a long term solution.

 

Heather Clark 

I see. So an infusion of money would solve the symptom, but does not address the root cause.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yes, yes. And depending on the situation, it may or may not even solve this. It may or may not solve it. Yeah.

 

Heather Clark 

I love this because this is all about stress is really it’s an outgrowth of being shakable. So when you’re unshakable, it’s not like you don’t have stress, but you kind of, you know, you just redirect pretty quickly and just take it on. Okay, well, I’ll just take this new action. So talk to me about being unshakable with money using this concept of soul abundance.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Okay. So the very first pillar, so when I think about being unshakable, I think about, I’m pretty kinesthetic, right? So I feel things in my body. So I if I think about being unshakable, I think about having Like this core my brain is telling me iron and my brain doesn’t want it to be iron because it feels rusty. So pardon my little mental back and forth for a moment. But this core pillar, right, that really has me tethered in that keeps me Yeah, there’s things that are buffeting like that wind is bumping around me, but I’m not moving. So when we think about that, what that core is made of, from the perspective of soul abundance is the divine and what our true source of money is. So it’s easy to to say, Oh, well, no, I think money comes from my paycheck, right? Because duh, it does, right? There’s money my paycheck, or as a somebody who runs her own business. My money comes from the clients whom I serve, or the classes that I lead, and that’s the source of it.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

But that’s Not true. That’s the actual. That’s more effect. So our actual source of money is the divine money is a divine resource. And it comes to us through other people, generally, it might come through the lottery or right, that would be another way for it to come. But we ultimately have to remember where we get to remember when we’re unshakeable. That the divine is is the one that’s actually handing out the resources. And what’s really cool about that is that the divine resources are unlimited. So that’s step number one, in being unshakable around money. The second step around being unshakable around money is remembering that we’re divine beings. We literally are made up of the same stuff as the divine because there’s only divine And therefore we are ready have access to unlimited resources we are unlimited resources and and that gets a little out there when you’re thinking about the money in the bank. But if you’re doing the prep work to become unshakable, this is a, this is the where the direction that you want to take. Because that means that no matter what’s going on around you, that you have the ability to have access to these unlimited resources.

 

Heather Clark 

I love that. So those are some very interesting perspectives for people to take. So this idea that money is the divine resource, it’s unlimited. Beautiful, and we are divine beings. So we’re essentially the same stuff as the divine. So therefore, we are also unlimited. Those are interesting perspectives and how would I was about to ask a stupid question. I was about to ask you, Jennifer, have you ever had money stress? And obviously you have. Oh, yeah. But how can you, how do you? Is it required to shift out of stress or at least turn it down to really get some traction? Or can you move forward with soul abundance in the middle of a freakout? Okay.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

It is easier, let’s just, just like anything. I mean, imagine that you were, you know, driving down the highway with a friend who goes, Oh, hang on, I want to change my clothes. I’m gonna hop in the back seat you take over, but you’d never driven a car. Right? That would be pretty panic inducing. Right? So using soul abundance when you haven’t practiced it in the middle of money stress is just gonna piss you off. Really? You sit there but yeah, right. The Divine. Uh huh. Yeah. None of it is really going to–none of it’s going to sink in, it’s going to be easier to do this when you’re not in the middle of a panic situation.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Now, that being said, I had a, I had a really amazing experience, oh, this was three or four months ago, and I was feeling some money stress. And I reached out to a mentor, because, you know, again, in the middle of stress, one of the things that helps you is to reach out, and she suggested a phrase, and I was like, I don’t know. So off I go, but my, the place where I connect with the divine is outside. So what did I do? I went, I walked and I took this razor, put it in my head. And it was a it was just, it was just another way of connecting with the divine and and was all that this phrase was, but I took this walk. I use this phrase, I walked around, I allowed every bit of that stress poured off of me. I came back and within 24 hours, I had an extra 3000 dollars in my bank account now. Right, exactly right. And it was totally unexpected. It wasn’t something that you know, was due that next day or whatever. So the principles are meant to be used when there is stress occurring because listen, we’re human beings, we’re going to go up and down. money has been a teacher of mine forever. As I look back from this, you know where I am now, to where I’ve been, I realized that that money really has been something that’s been in my life to help me expand and to remember who I really am. And there’s still ups and downs with that there’s always going to be some ups and downs. So yes, you can certainly use these concepts when you are feeling stressed about money.

 

Heather Clark 

And what it sounds like is it’ll help not only shift you out of stress, but kind of stay out of stress which is really helpful because Like you were talking about earlier, at least in my language, stress begets stress. So if you act from that pressure that we often feel that you are sharing about the hole, I have money stress, now I need to do doo doo. And acting from that place. If I understood you correctly, it creates more stress and can get you into a misaligned place. Which is, you know, even worse,

 

Jennifer Bloome 

right? Because, yeah, because you’ve done you’ve done something. But that was supposed to fix it. And then it just, it just ends up feeling worse. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Super crappy time. Yeah.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, we’re like, really, really?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

I did what they said and it didn’t work, right. Yeah. But then you can, but then you end up but then you you lay around the stress right. Then there’s the let me beat myself up a little bit about that. And let me beat myself up a little bit more about this, and then the stress continues to get worse.

 

Heather Clark 

Absolutely. Um, tell me about how you got here. Tell me about how you got here to be teaching about soul abundance. What’s your origin story?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yeah, so I am. Well, let’s see, I am very I come from a science background so I

 

Jennifer Bloome 

yay, science. Psycho biology undergraduate degree went into occupational therapy. I loved what I did in occupational therapy. I loved the wholeness of it, seeing the person as a whole person really looked at mind body spirit without really calling it that, but we were right. We were really involved with the whole person. So that as an underlying structure is something that really shaped me. And for a variety of reasons, I decided I didn’t want to do that any longer, and sort of put this cry out to the universe like okay, well What’s next, and began a path of learning about health and wellness counseling, alternative medicine, holistic healing, and I began my career there starting a business, around women’s health, and interestingly enough around reducing stress, and then that very quickly turned into helping women with pregnancy, which then very quickly turned into helping women who were dealing with infertility. So here I was I, for the for the majority of my entrepreneurship, I’ve been working with women helping them create a baby out of nothing. And it’s just such a miracle and I can get hung up in so many different ways.

 

Heather Clark 

yeah,

 

Jennifer Bloome 

But it but it’s this process of being able to really connect with your body and learn how to receive and my work has always mirrored where I am in life. So when I first started with the pregnancy and fertility work that that was what was going on in my life at that time, and I’ve been through the through my career, I’d had my children and they were getting older. And I had a few very strong lessons, let’s say it with money, ended up going from a really nice retirement, set up, plan to bankruptcy, again, for a variety of reasons and is like, Whoa, what’s going on here? And as I came out of it, what I brought myself out of it, what I what I learned was, we create money, like we create babies, it’s all the same process. We’re just focusing on a different outcome. And so now here I am, working with people around money, and part of that pathway, part of that transition from babies to money, was getting a really solid understanding of how do you connect with yourself in that In the deepest way possible, meaning how can I, how can I bring soul in. And so that then got woven in and soul abundance was birthed, we could say

 

Heather Clark 

that is lovely. That’s lovely. Um, I’m really taken by this idea that you create money in the same way you create babies, and I don’t think the mechanisms are exactly the same. I would like to hear a lot more about that.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Wouldn’t that be something? I’ve got a new project to work on. But what’s, but actually there’s a lot of tie between sexuality, sensuality and money. It’s the same energy center. It’s the second chakra, and that chakra is all about fertility. It’s all about money. It’s all about living this really luscious juicy life. And so if that’s the energy that we’re leaning on, when we create now there’s a her name.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

There’s a really great book, archetypes of the chakras chakras on their archetypes. Maybe that’s a minute by Ambika Wauters, and she talks about the second chakra, that the archetype is when it’s when that chakra is open and functioning and and doing all that it’s supposed to. The archetype is of Empress or Emperor. And when it is closed and not functioning, it’s all about martyr. So when we are really in this place of connection and living fully, we are out there enjoying life, you know, think of a really lush garden and all the colors and the textures, or like really sensual fabrics or really amazing meal. And money is a part of that right in this when we live in this 3d Planet, we require money to have many of these enriching experiences. And then when that chakra is shut down, a lot of times it’s it, you know, we decide that Oh, no, no, you let me give it to you first or no, I don’t, I don’t need to have this you You go first kind of idea that just isn’t a whole lot of possibility in there. And there are a lot of external reasons why we might do that, right. We’re taught that it’s better to give than receive, we’re taught that. No, no, we need to work with just a little bit harder. No, I just need to suffer a little bit more. And then I can have what I want. Right? And so it’s the same opening to allow ourselves to receive that’s required for a baby, right? I mean, yeah, you got to live the female body has to receive the sperm received the embryo.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

It’s the same process with money. The mechanics. Yeah, a little different, but But again, there’s an idea in there somewhere. But again, it’s this it’s this allowance of living a really juicy life that I think that a lot of us, you know, it’s not really on the list. It’s the well, when I’ve done this when I’ve done that, you know, I mean, Heather, I think you and I kind of grew up in the same idea, you go to, you go to high school, you’re gonna go to college, right? I mean, I knew from the time I was I don’t I remember a time when I didn’t know I was going to college. And there’s a lot of privilege in that statement, I recognize. But there was the things that I was going to do and you you got yourself financially stable, and if you wanted to get married, you did that if you want to kids you to that and then at the end, it’s like, oh, yeah, then it gets to be juicy. You know, you can retire and that’s when you can feel really good and do all the things that you love to do, but you’re gonna have to work really hard before you get there. And I’m not saying that we don’t fall put in our Our action steps, right? We’re it’s not like we’re not going to be doing things. But we but we get to be enriched along the way. And we don’t have to put all of these measures in place. And I think that’s part of the reasons why we ended with stress. Because we think we’re supposed to do it a certain way. We’re supposed to feel a certain way. We’re supposed to be meeting benchmarks and and those benchmarks are ours to decide. So, a little bit of a rant, but, you know,

 

Heather Clark 

I love rants.

 

Heather Clark 

I have not yet been on an on air rant yet, but it’s coming, I’m sure. So I got questions about this. This is the mechanism that you’re talking about when you share it. What I’m receiving is that’s that’s really a divine feminine approach. It’s opening to receiving and sensual and enjoyment and all of that. Is the mechanism the same for men. As for women, for receiving money,

 

Jennifer Bloome 

yes, exactly the same, right? Because we’re all this balance of masculine and feminine. And then what’s interesting is that there’s also a balance of masculine feminine with within the feminine and then within the masculine. Right. So the feminine, knows how to receive, but it also knows when to labor, right? It knows when, when that baby’s coming, that baby is coming. So there’s a young, there’s that there’s that masculine aspect within it. And then for men, it’s the exact same thing. So while Yes, you’re right is this divine feminine approach, you have to know when to act too. And that’s the masculine side of things. I could sit on the couch and feel really yummy. But I’m going to need to do something at some point, in order to allow money to come if not just to, you know, ask the person next to me to write me a check.

 

Heather Clark 

Right when it’s time to act, act, and when it’s not time to act. Don’t

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Right. Exactly. And I think that part of the stress is when we don’t know when to act, or we don’t know what we’re going, what we’re supposed to do. And, you know, all we can see is that there’s money stress, and we don’t it doesn’t feel good, so we want to be out of it.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah. Well, and the other thing that you were sharing about is this Empress slash Emperor archetype. When that second chakra is open and flowing, and I can’t remember if you also love tarot cards like I do. But oh, yeah, so it’s totally, that that Empress archetype. I love it. That really helps me connect to it in a more tangible way. But the flip side, that martyr archetype, that martyr slash at least in my lingo, that’s that’s like a victim. archetype or it’s a aspect of that, and that’s a drama triangle issue. Get You know, the, the victim, the villain and the hero. That’s just Just that drama/trauma/stress triangle. So of course, that just keeps you circling around. So that is very interesting. And that gives something real concrete and tangible that people can relate to wait. Am I being a martyr here? Am I expressing some harder tendencies? Maybe it’s time to embrace this Empress.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Exactly. And, you know, money is really a relationship. That’s, that’s something that that is a really important part of soul abundance. And so if you’re in that place of of feeling really stressed and not knowing what to do, and you’re like, Well, can we take a look at this a little bit? And it’s like, yeah, maybe I’m being a little victim here. Another way to look at that is to say, Where have I let go of being in charge of my relationship with money? I think that, again, we’ve been taught that we do first and then we then we’re, you know if we meet muster them Receive. So that really puts money in, in charge, right? But money has no freewill. We are the ones with the freewill. And so if we’re able to be really honest with ourselves, it’s hard, right? When your money stress, it’s hard to be honest and say, Well, what role am I playing here? But when you understand that, that look, that money is really about being in relationship with the divine, and the energy of money. And if I’m not flowing, what I want, I’ve sort of abdicated my role a little bit. I’ve sort of fallen into this into this victim role, as you say, right, or I’m a little bit more of this in this martyr place. So what do I get to be? What’s an internal step I get to take or what do I do? What’s an external step I could take to put myself back in charge of this relationship?

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, without abdicating for sponsibility and from what I’m understanding, it’s also without becoming a dictator about it.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Exactly. That’s exactly, yes. Now, we can be a dictator if we want to, I mean, we can look around the planet and identify people who are want to swear on your show, but right, who

 

Heather Clark 

It’s okay. It’s just a matter of time before I do.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

And we’re just asked us about money and we don’t want to be that person. Right? We get into that role and we, we people, you can see people who hoard or who people who like little, not people who are in their homes hoarding, but literally hoarding money and not giving back to the people that they’re working with, or people who are just in the limelight because they have money. You know, and so we get these ideas like, okay, I don’t want to be the dictator. I want to be the Empress. But we stop our flow because we’re afraid we’re going to be that dictator. Right. So To lose the thread of what we were talking about. But yeah, it is about taking some personal responsibility. And, and really declaring that, yes, I want to step into that Empress role. That’s our Emperor, I want to I want to be the one who is leading my relationship with money. I don’t want to give that I don’t want to give any more power to money than what’s historically been given.

 

Heather Clark 

So it’s not just about relationship. It’s also about leadership with money because that’s a little bit of a delicate balance because money comes from the divine, that’s the source, but it comes through resources. Like I’m not certain that the divine is just going to suddenly deposit a boatload of money in my account, probably. It’s going to come in through clients and other sources like that. So how can a person shift into Okay, I’m the Emperor now. I’m building this relationship and I’m leading. But still, like, it’s weird because then there’s the sense of, well, how do I get people to do it? Which isn’t what you’re talking about. Can you riff on that for a little bit?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

So in other words, yeah, I’m not like shaking people down, saying yes.

 

Heather Clark 

That would be very out of character for you. Not without becoming violently ill within like, two hours of doing.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Exactly. Right. So part of of leadership is trust. Right? So it because this isn’t this, the relationship with money and the divine isn’t like your relationship with your best friend. Right? There is a because of these different aspects to it. But when you choose to take this leadership role, you get to so it’s about me Knowing what you want asking for it, and then letting go and letting the divine ticket take over. It really is, it is co creative rather than a than a one way street, we are co creating with the divine, but the divine is following your leadership.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

So, so for example, I have a course coming up at the end of May. And there’s, there’s a part of me that says, I want to have X number of people in that course. I you know, that would be that would feel really good. That would be a really fun dollar amount. But it is about putting my declaration out to the universe and saying, you know, I want X number of people. I trust that those people are going are coming. I trust that my request has been heard. And I am going to stay in this connected state and listen for what my divine action steps are. I had a really good example of this towards the beginning of the year, and I certified people in the work that I do with money languages. And I was doing some planning for the year. And there was a woman who I had spoken to, oh, actually, it was a year ago. A year previous I spoken to her and she’s like, I’m so interested, but this isn’t the right time. And I got a little hit in my head that said, Hey, you should reach out to her. And like, well, that’s kind of forward. You know, I, you know, she told me she’d be back. But I, but I reached out to her. And she’s like, Oh, that’s right. I really want to do this yet. Let’s go. Now, it did turn out that it took a couple of months she had a couple of things happen. And so we didn’t get started for the two or three months. But I put my call out, and then I heard that action step and I just simply reached out, right but I didn’t pressure her and when she said Oh, hang on, you know, wait a minute I got this. She had a couple unplanned things happen. I didn’t get all squirrely, I didn’t go. Well, that was See I shouldn’t have reached out. I just sort of stayed with it and let it unfold. Right. So I stood in my leadership place, and then I trusted that things were going to continue to unfold, whether it was with her, or maybe money was gonna come in from other places.

 

Heather Clark 

Yes, yes. So it’s really and it’s not about this isn’t managing, this is leading, at least in my mind, a manager is, well, what do you think we can get done here? Or what needs to happen? and leadership is we’re going this way we’re doing that this number of people in the group sounds really fun. Let’s aim for that. And then just listening to the steps as they come in.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Correct? Correct. In fact, yeah. And following through when they when they need to happen. Yeah, yeah.

 

Heather Clark 

Now Were you born able to hear all those steps as they come in? Or perhaps you did a little work?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

You know, I yeah, that’s there’s practice involved with that. I mean, we can all hear it’s a matter of learning how to hear you know, I will say that I am– I have skill jealousy, there are people who, you know, you know, and yeah, and I just, you know, I I don’t you know, there’s, I get messages kinesthetically, which sounds kind of weird, like, my body will just get a hit, and I’ll think, what was I thinking about? Okay, then that right, the bat targeting my information or, you know, an idea pops into your head. And, you know, this is one of the things actually I learned. I listened to Abraham Hicks for forever, it seems now and you know, one of the things that they talk about is okay, when information comes in, you get to ask yourself, I’m using my words for what They say, but what state of being was I in? Was I in a fear place? Was that inspired out of fear? Or was I in a more connected place? And so then that’s a message. That’s something that’s going to pull me towards what I want. And I have certainly had experiences where I’ve listened to when I’ve been in fear. And those go, cosmically terrible, right, how long something and I don’t get anybody. Right. It was like, Well, what happened? Oh, yeah, it’s gonna create a little bit out of fear that time. Right. So I, again, we are, we are all able to hear, we just have to get practiced as to how our information comes in.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, and I think everybody has a slightly different way that it’s going to come in, or maybe you’ve got several things. I love it. But I especially appreciate the discernment with being clear about what state was I in? And I guess I just had a conversation with a client the other day about what were you connected to Yeah, she was my body told me No. I said Well, okay, but were you in a connected to the divine space where you may be unconsciously connected to fear, where you like tune in. It’s kinda like when people say I asked my pendulum a question and my pendulum said this as like it is a rock on a chain. What do you actually connected to? And you spend a fair amount of time really working with people creating that connection? Is that fair to say?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yeah, that’s that is definitely fair to say.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, and then is it Soul Language that you use to create that connection and the communication or tell just tell us everything about this.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

So I think one of the one of the things that changed my life dramatically and I am Not the final hyperbole. I things really changed for me in the soul/spirit area, when I learned a paradigm that allowed me to have a more tangible connection with my soul. And what I mean by that is I understood more about who I was at the soul level, and how to talk to my soul. So the paradigm is called Soul Language. And within this paradigm, there are 107 different languages. And when we come to the planet, we come with three of them as our core soul energies. We have a mission language, we have a skills and tools language, and then we have a tone which are soulful personality. So those those three core energies are literally part of the fabric of our soul and help us understand a little bit more about who we are. And they aren’t just archetypes. What’s really Fantastic about Soul Language is it these are literally aspects of ourselves that we can speak to. And they they, they’re here to me they form a structure for us and, and they’re here to help us live that life.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

And so there was a number of reasons why it changed my life just understanding who I was in this model, I’m a Pioneer, Huntress, Capitalist. So I am all about helping people pave new roads for creation that’s that’s what I’m all about. And, you know, the when I it’s really great to hear that but part of what I loved about it was not only did it tell me who I was when I was on my path, but who I was when I was hiding. Like for example, as a pioneer, you can hide in a lot of ways right you can hide by creating too many new pathways and not having enough energy which I am cleanup, particularly with Huntress because hunters is all about tracking And receiving. So I was like, Oh yeah, let’s go, how many rows? We’re gonna do 100 hundred and 50 Yeah. And then I didn’t ever do anything, or a pioneer could hide by not doing anything. And so these things that I thought were character flaws. They were only because I wasn’t connected to who I was. So, when I’m working with a client, the first one of the first things we do is we eye is we identify which of those languages are theirs. And so then that begins to become this process of, again, learning who you are, because when you’re trying to create something outside of who you are, that automatically creates stress. If I were to say I was going to do one job, and one thing only for the rest of my life, my pioneer you know,

 

Heather Clark 

I don’t know if the listeners can feel the energy on that but Whoo, that’s aligned.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Oh, my God. I you know, Harry Carrey or, you know, I mean, it would just they would not be good. I would be over okay. I got myself riled up here. So, you know, so when we get out of alignment with who we really are, it creates that that sense of stress and resistance and it’s gonna be really hard for us to create with it within that something with within that resistance. So Oh, yeah, right. So you know more about who you are, you get to drop away some more resistance, which means it’s a lot easier to to to work with, with the energies.

 

Heather Clark 

Because that is essentially that whole identity gap concept. Like there’s who you really are. And then there’s how you’re being and then the further apart they are, all of the stress and tension is in the gap between them. So the closer to who you are, the more energy but it’s like, because I remember there several times I’ve given this presentation in front of a roomful of people and the first question is Yeah, okay. So, who am I how do I make this work? So, so so language is a way of Accessing that, because I know it’s been helpful for me as well.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yes, exactly. It’s Yeah, this is, you know, there are a number of different ways there’s a number of different paradigms that you may choose right to to learn. And I’ve done most of them because I just perpetual learner. But what I came to was Soul Language and why I chose to become a practitioner was because of that connection, for me being able to connect and talk. So for example, I’ll have a morning meeting with my languages. And if I’m having a struggle, I’ll ask about that. Or I will say, hey, team, what do you need to know today? And then what’s really cool is that for every relationship that we have in our life, whether that’s a relationship with a romantic partner, or a relationship with our business, we have a religion with our business, or even our religion with our money. We brought three energies in to help us navigate that relationship. So you can identify the languages for your romantic partnership or with your business or in my case, where I spend the bulk of my time, our money language is our the sacred relationship languages with money. And these are our they’re not of our soul, but they are energies that we brought to to help us along. So for example, I have a my money language team contains heartfelt artists. So what that helps me understand about my relationship with money is I need to be creating all the time. And I but I, but it has to be heart centered, like and what that means to me is I have to do it from a place of connection. And when I do that, and I stay non attached to what I’m creating, that’s that’s my sweet spot, right? So these languages help you find Your your sweet spot, so to speak, in terms of creating money.

 

Heather Clark 

I love it. So it’s kind of like I think a lot of people are very familiar with love languages, which is a different animal entirely. But I think perhaps the analogy will work. For instance, my life partner, his main love language is acts of service, and not words of affirmation. If I tell him something, he’s like, you know, that’s whatever cool. But Oh, honey, I made this for you. Or we’re having your favorite meal for dinner. And then he can really hear and receive that. So when you share about these different languages, especially using your soul language with the relationship with money, it’s like you and money can now hear each other.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

That’s exactly yeah. I think that’s a fair way to say that. Absolutely. Absolutely. And and yeah, I get a little bit of support. Right.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Because I know when I learned that one of my money languages negotiator, I was like, Oh, I just I’ve got to cut a new deal. Okay.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Exactly. Okay. If you don’t like what’s going on, it’s like, who What deal? Did I? Where was that deal before? Right? Oh, okay. It’s just something new. That’s all.

 

Heather Clark 

It’s like, what’s their fine print limit?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. And when you don’t, when you don’t know what you don’t know, that’s when you kind of get caught in these situations where, where there’s stress, and you just can’t quite figure it out. Right? I think all of these systems that help us learn more about ourselves and our relationships are there to really help us, you know, open up and go, Oh, okay. That’s what that’s what I was accidentally doing, or that’s what I that’s what I could do to have a little bit more enjoyable experience on this planet.

 

Heather Clark 

Now, I believe that tools like this have been important all along, but I’d really like to hear your thoughts, because I am of the opinion that the world is evolving. I’d like to hear more about how important you think these tools are now and going forward.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

I think they’re, you know, just what I would love to see. And I think where we’re going, you know, I said, you know, growing up, I could remember a time when I didn’t know that I was going to college. I think we’re really in this place where we know as, as everybody is, is growing and changing that these these kinds of tools are just part of our daily lexicon, right? Because I think it is more and more and more important that we learn how to get information through our own connection instead of listening to you know, Billy Joe Bob, or, you know, somebody else’s interpretation of a situation. I think that we I think that we are continuing to show up more and more at that. We’re being required to show up more and more in our own connection in our own truths. And these tools. You know, our it’s our way in, it’s our way into understand.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah. And it’s not like I’m opposed to it, listening to other people or getting outside help. I think all that’s fantastic, and probably, to a certain extent required, but my goodness, really tune in, what’s your way because the formula that works for someone else, either won’t work for you, or will work a little bit or I’ll actually make things dramatically worse. So with that connection, I think a person could better tell Oh, no, no, I can take this I can take that and move on with it. Absolutely.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Exactly. And it’s not as if you’re right. It isn’t about not hearing other people or having a outside resources, but I think we, it’s that validation point we need for ourselves. Right? Um, you know, for example, you know, this is not related to money. But you know, one of the things that I have come to learn over time about my body is that it is very sensitive. And so if I’m ill, I need something that’s on the sensitive side of things. That’s why, you know, homeopathy has worked really well for being for my body. Right? But that came from listening. And from understanding me, and from not listening to somebody else who says, oh, they’re just sugar pills, right? I’m able to write, I’m able to tune in and say, Yeah, but, you know, I had been in bed for a year before that. And this is what God nobody could tell me what was wrong. And this is what this is how I came out of it, right. So, yes, it’s that level of love the word discernment. You’ve used it a couple of times, but discerning what’s right for me. And as as the world evolves, When we get finer and finer tuned our actions are going to have a greater impact on our bodies and our minds and and our stress levels. It’s gonna take, I think it’s gonna take less and less to become more and more disrupted. So if we know more about who we are and how to be on this planet, the better it’ll be for all of us.

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, absolutely. And certainly, I’m also a proponent of great critical thinking skills. And I think a lot of people who consider themselves great critical thinkers are doing.

 

Heather Clark 

Thinking only.

 

Heather Clark 

Like I have had, as you well know, I’m trained as a pharmacist and supplements to use supplements for people it’s borderline heresy. And from their perspective, homeopathy is bunk and all of this I’m like, you know, I don’t think you actually have enough information about what it is and how it works together. Determine if it works or not. Because they’ve they’ve done their shortcut heuristic of, oh, I’ve been told that it’s crap. So it’s just crap. Exactly, exactly. But But how’s your life working out for you? It’s not working out for you. Well,

 

Jennifer Bloome 

exactly. You know, I don’t know where I picked up my disdain for chiropractors. I don’t I really don’t know. But you know what, when I couldn’t get it out of my car, because my hip hurts so much like, Okay, fine. I’ll just try and like, you know, three sessions later, I’m limping along and feeling great thinking what the heck, right? It is important to, to get information for ourselves and try things out. And of course, you know, research is a good thing. I am a scientist after all, but you gotta be careful about the science that you read and be really understanding of, of who funded that study and not to go too far down the rabbit hole here, right? But you know, all the things that that make us good critical thinkers. You got to apply to whatever Research you’re reading?

 

Heather Clark 

Yeah, well, and who benefits from this working? And who benefits from this not working? And you know, it’s a whole thing it is. But and I think that’s applicable to everything. Of course I’m thinking of political things at the moment. Right, the right skills are super helpful for everything, take in new information, and then be able to evaluate it. And I just really feel like with that strong connection to soul, it’s way easier.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

It certainly is because you’re going to the, the more time that you spend developing that soul muscle, let’s call it the more you get you the more you get a sense of what’s connected and what isn’t. And so you can ask those questions of when I listen to this piece of information, when I listen to this person when I when I hold this supplement, whatever it is, does that. Show me Does that feel is my connection Telling me Yes, there’s my connection saying you’re getting a little disrupted and going, Yeah, no, this for some reason this isn’t right for me, doesn’t mean that it has to be wrong for other people. But is this right or wrong for me? And, you know, I couldn’t have told you 2530 years ago that I was kinesthetic, it that’s been something that I have learned over the course of, you know, all of these different trainings and understanding and, and, you know, had to laugh. I remember, I did a presentation Oh, I remember how long ago it was. And I, a chiropractor invited me, funnily enough, a chiropractor invited me into her office to teach about stress. We did a progressive muscle relaxation, and she’s like, Whoa, I had no idea the stress I was carrying in my body until you did that exercise, I would have told you I was really relaxed. Right? So, you know, as you as you play with all of these different ideas, new technologies, new methods, And you and you start learning about yourself. You’re learning about your body, learning about your soul. Yes, it’s just so much that you’re carrying that into every new encounter that you have. And it gets easier and easier and easier to say. Yep, for me or Nope, not for me.

 

Heather Clark 

Beautiful and and then you can also discern because you know, you work in this world of money. And there is a way that it should work.

 

Heather Clark 

And just follow the simple plan and you got to do this and got to do that. And I would imagine, it takes a great deal of bravery for someone to go, I’m not doing that. And then my soul says this. And then when once a person gets unshakable, they’re like, Yeah, whatever. My soul says, This is what I’m doing. I know it’s gonna work. But on that journey, how could are there guidelines people have is there. Do they get new ideas Are there little waypoints? How do you begin to navigate this?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

So I think part of it is making a decision to say, okay, I’ve been told that happens x way. But now I’m learning that maybe it’s more why. And so giving yourself permission making that decision, giving yourself permission to try something new. And then I love to have people do experiments and look at whatever they’re doing new as an experiment. It takes a little bit of the pressure off, and you get to you get to say, Alright, I’m going to try when I’m feeling money, stress, I’m going to try something new instead of diving into my checkbook and trying to figure out how I’m going to balance everything or clicking through the the want ads to see what you know. Fourth job I can pick up, I’m going to instead, I’m going to, I’m going to give myself five minutes, where I’m going to take a couple deep breaths, I’m going to ask to make a connection to my soul. And I’m going to trust that it’s there, whether I feel it or not. And I’m going to remember how abundant I already am. I’m going to look around me, I’m gonna see all the colors I can see. And I’m going to smell the sense and I’m going to notice all the different textures. Here. I’m sitting at my desk, and it’s just a company of colors and textures and right and that’s, that’s richness in and of itself. No, it’s not money in the bank yet. But I’m gonna, I’m just gonna do this experiment. I’m just going to feel it. I’m gonna know what I’m going to feel it in my body. I’m going to know it in my mind, however, you’re taking your information, right? And I’m going to let that I’m just going to do it for five minutes. And then I’m going to ask myself, what’s the next step I could take? And I’m gonna I’m just experiment and see if, if, if it makes any difference whether I make a decision from that really harried frenzied, worried place, or if I’m or if I do it from this connected place, and just let it play out. And I know that when you’re under money stress, you just want it to be over. So for somebody to say, Oh, just do an experiment, you know, what I want is money. And I get that, I mean, in my heart, I really do. And I would, you know, if that were my client, I would comfortably say already, I say, okay, that’s great. Let’s see what happens, right? It’s not working the way that you’ve been doing it. Let’s try something new. And that’s just a really good first approach to, to making that change because you’re gonna see a difference. And I’ve done this for too long, to not know the outcome of that particular experiment, right. Something is going to happen. And then it becomes your job to notice it and be aware of it like, Oh, I found a $5 bill on the ground. Well, that’s a little bit of evidence, right? Or, Hey, I got this idea. And I called a friend. And I spent the next three days being just really excited. They invited me to stay with them in their cabin. That’s, you know, again, not money in your bank. But it was an amazing enriching experience. So yeah, there it is. I noticed it. And then, because really what you’re doing you again, when there’s money stress, you just want it to be over. But if you give yourself permission to start to build momentum, that’s sort of the that’s the net. So you start by saying, yep, okay, I’m starting to see a little bit of difference. And then when you acknowledge that you’re seeing that difference. Now, you’re going to start to pick up momentum, you’re going to start automatically, thinking new in thinking in new ways and asking yourself in new ways, and the more you do that on a consistent basis, the more you start the momentum in your new direction that you’ve just had, you have to do it long enough. Like if you’re going to push a boulder, there’s all of that force and energy that goes into just getting it to move for the first time. And I think a lot of us quit myself raise my hand about this, you know, you’re trying something new, you accidentally end up quitting, right before that boulder is going to shift. So it’s a bit of experimentation. It’s a bit of becoming aware, and then having the consistency to really let this work for you.

 

Heather Clark 

Well, it sounds like as an experiment, you’re also keeping track and then reflecting, like, okay, I didn’t hear what was the hypothesis. Here’s what happened. And here’s some of the factors that may have gone into it. Like it’s possible I needed another month for this to culminate, it’s possible this is possible that have you found that that’s helpful or does that get people wrapped up in the resistance?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

You know, that’s a good question. I think it depends on personality. Honestly, you No, I think that reflection is important because it’s, it gives it gives us feedback. As long as we can do it from a neutral place, as you know, I don’t want to say that in a different way. You know, if you go into the, you know, we’re supposed to go into experiments and like have that double blind kind of setup, right? And you can’t double blind yourself. And so, you have to be careful about expectation, because it’s like, well, I’m gonna do this experiment, but I don’t think is really gonna work. And you get to the end, you’re like, Yeah, no, see, I was right. You know, again, that that does that, of course, is adding to your resistance. So it’s this, you’re sort of walking a little bit of a line like okay, I’m noticing, and I’m letting go and trying something new noticing, letting go and trying something new.

 

Heather Clark 

Beautiful and then not doing it from the place of stress, the fight flight freeze or even fawn response. For people but but from that connected space the whole Okay, I’ve ratcheted down my stress and now what’s my next action? What’s the experiment I want to run? Where am I at and it sounds like it’s really staying very open and to the best of your ability not attached,

 

Jennifer Bloome 

perfectly said and and i think that you know, we’ve been taught whether it’s through the religious model or watching movies or whatever that you know the people who get on their knees and who are crying out in the most pain you know all of a sudden Prince Charming walks in the door and there’s a happy ending. And I you know, while I recognize that yearning pain filled place, that’s not that’s not connection right. That’s that’s, that’s sort of old. I’m proving to you God that I am at my at the end I have suffered, please bestow on me something that is going to make Happy. But when we just really remember, you know, it’s got to come from that place of connection when we ask it has to come from a place of connection, and at least a neutrality about whether we’re going to be hurt or not. And, and I think that too many of us try some of these new ways of creating when we’re still in that yearning, pain filled place, and that’s why they don’t tend to work out. So that connection, as you say, really, that’s so important to be in that stress free, connected place. First.

 

Heather Clark 

Beautiful, that’s beautiful. This has been so lovely. Thank you. My pleasure.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

I could you know, like we could talk forever, obviously, but

 

Heather Clark 

so, where can people find you?

 

Jennifer Bloome 

Yeah, so the easiest place to find me is at my website, which is Jennifer bloom, calm. I also happen to be on Facebook and on Instagram so if you like to get your information in small chunks, I’m there as well.

 

Heather Clark 

Beautiful and all of that will be in the show notes and thank you so much.

 

Jennifer Bloome 

It really is my pleasure and honor Heather, thank you so much for the opportunity to have the conversation. Beautiful.

 

 

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