The Secret Message of Whispers by Randi Levin, CPC, Life Transition Coach

Updated: Jan 14, 2019



“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.” ~ T.S. Eliot~

Can you hear them? Soft hints of our desires and dreams, barely audible fragments of the messages that defined and shaped our yesterday, our hopes for tomorrow and our realities of today. Whispers are all around us. They taunt us and dare us to take action, they tempt us with “what if’s” and they etch pictures on both our minds and our hearts. We all have them. Whispers provide us with a very powerful, barely there, intuitive understanding of our deepest wants and opportunities. Can you hear them yet?

Whispers are the soft voices in our heads. Our inner child, our Forgotten Woman or Man, championing for us to listen, abandon limits, and take action. There are 3 things that we all must do in order to actually hear these forgotten words.

Believe. In order for whispers to be heard, we must believe that they exist. Being mindful to the clues and nuances in our daily life unearths a cascade of possibilities. What do we want to let go of? What do we want to embrace? Where is fear blocking our path? What would we do if only we could?

Recharge: Plugging in forces us to turn on our commitments to ourselves. In order for whispers and messages to be heard, our minds need to be in the “on” position, free of disengagement and ready for choice. We need to be in the moment and free of last year’s baggage and next year’s worries. Think about it. If turned off, none of our electronic devices will operate and the same is true with our own thoughts. If we are ready to receive abundance, we can receive abundance.

Play: Play the game! Being savvy to the secret message of whispers provides us with a ticket to actively attend our lives! Front row seats to witness the world in a personal and meaningful manner. Being open to play frees us to try and experience new things, to appreciate the day we are in with gratitude and thought, and to explore each and every moment. Hearing the whispers in your life allows for you to take action and live with intention.

When we turn down the noise in our busy lives, we can turn up the volume of the whispers all around us. These messages both internal and external are always there for us. So, where in your life are you missing the messages simply because your fears may be blocking the audio? Hello 2018…goodbye 2017…what do you want to set free and what do you want to embrace? Choice is your champion.

Can you hear the whispers? They are unique and personal. Free only to you… intuitive and intelligent and priceless. Being still allows us to truly hear. Powerful.


Randi Levin CPC, founder & CEO, Randi Levin Coaching—is a nationally recognized transitional life strategist, author, speaker, and reinvention expert. Her core belief is that we have the choice and the power to carve out and curate our own legacy based on embracing our ongoing evolution. At the age of 22, women make sweeping life-long decisions that no longer align with a 40, 50, or 65-year-old version of who they are. Utilizing a “what’s next mindset,” Randi applies her Signature GPS Coaching System incorporating growth, purpose, and success steps to support her clients in pivoting and refreshing their lives, empowering them to be the best reflection of who they are today. She is a contributor and featured expert for ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, HuffPost, Thrive Global, DivorceForce, Three Tomatoes, Women for One, and a variety of national publications and podcasts. Her workshops have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and she is a contributing author in the anthology series Get RESULTS!

#LifeCoaching #EmpowermentPrograms

 ABOUT                      CONTRIBUTORS                   NEWSLETTER                       CONTACT                       ADVERTISE                       GIVE                                 FAQ   

© 2020 Bergen County Moms, LLC. All rights reserved.  

  • Pinterest - Black Circle

DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse or otherwise warrant the quality of business featured. The views, opinions and advice expressed on this website are solely those of the original authors and individual contributors alone and designed for educational purposes only, not to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, and do not necessarily reflect those of Bergen County Moms, LLC, its members, writers, funding agencies, clients or staff.