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A Lesson on Following Your Intuition with Lyra Satyanarayana

Voice Lessons Podcast

Release Date: 05/30/2021

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Lyra Satyanarayana and her family packed up their belongings and headed to a new life, virtually overnight. Why? Intuition. In this episode, you’ll be taken along Lyra’s journey from leaving her multi-million dollar real estate business by connecting with her spirituality to realize the bigger vision for her life.

  • How do women balance work life with personal life?
  • The decision Lyra had to make between being a CEO and being a mother.
  • Why it’s ok to start over and create the life you want.
  • Your intuition leads you into darkness but sometimes that’s part of the growth.
  • Divorce is not necessarily a bad thing. 
  • Why Lyra decided to close her multi-million-dollar real estate business essentially overnight.
  • The shifts that happened to Lyra and her family and where her intuition led them next.
  • The moment Lyra knew she would show up in the world differently. 
  • The teachings that Lyra uncovered on her new journey in Crestone, Colorado, and why she went to that particular town.
  • How Lyra and her husband handled their divorce and how intuition tied into this decision. 
  • Why we are anxious about slowing down and focusing on our soul.
  • Lyra’s new spiritually focused business. 
  • We are so far removed from the spiritual in today’s society.
  • The separation between religion, government, and capitalism and alternative solutions around their messages.
  • People have separated out divinity from humanity to the capacity that we compartmentalize it so much it’s unrecognizable.
  • Lyra’s definition of the Unholy Trinity
  • You can never exit the system while living inside of it.
  • What is it that’s truly missing is something we need to get in touch with more.
  • Your spiritual connection to yourself and how to extract yourself from your truest way of being. 
  • Whatever you're doing today is for you. It is the thing that you're supposed to be doing until it's not.
  • People with their purpose use it as an excuse to not work hard in the moment and to not show up in the present.
  • Women who are so successful often feel like something is still missing.
  • Future Forecasting vs. Manifestation and your sense of the larger vision.
  • Lyra’s definition of “Direct Knowing.”
  • The unfolding of the larger vision can be fun and joyful because you’re not committed to the path because it rarely works the way you expect in the first place.
  • Live in the present, even in the bad moments.
  • How to turn “why is this happening to me” into “this had to happen to me for a reason.”
  • Lyra’s message for what it means to be a woman leader in this moment.
  • Feminine leadership principles and what they mean to Lyra.  
  • Intuition lead vs. Heart lead and how that applies to feminine leadership.