Have you ever met someone whose story is so powerful, it reignites your own sense of purpose? This is precisely what happened when I sat down with the remarkable Patricia Rundblade. Her transformative tale from financial uncertainty to leading women into pivotal roles in their own narratives is the cornerstone of our latest episode. We traverse her mission, discussing how an awakening among women is reshaping our societal fabric, with personal authenticity and joy at the forefront. Patricia and I reflect on the diverse paths to fulfillment, whether through fine arts, film-making, or embracing the ‘great divorce’—a compelling trend towards valuing happiness over historical norms.

Navigating life’s intricate maze becomes less daunting when you understand your human design, and that’s where our conversation takes us next. The fusion of this intricate system into daily life, from marketing strategies to meal planning, unveils a level of self-awareness that is often left unexplored. We dissect its simplicity compared to astrology, its resonance with the chakra system, and how it offers a personalized blueprint for thriving without feeling confined by labels. This toolkit for self-discovery is not just theoretical—it’s a practical compass I’ve integrated deeply into my life, and I’m sharing those insights with you.

As the tides of content shift, we discuss our own strategic pivot towards TikTok’s vibrant landscape, where brevity reigns supreme and e-commerce blossoms. I reveal how shamanic journaling has influenced the workshops I craft, merging human design with spiritual practices to guide your journey. Ending on a heartfelt note, we connect with the essence of our loved ones passed, carrying their wisdom into our dreams and daily lives. Patricia extends an invitation to delve deeper, with a free gift waiting in the show notes. Join us as we celebrate the magic woven into the fabric of business, intuition, and the universal trust that propels us forward.

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Amber Annette:

Welcome to the Business Psychic Podcast, the show that helps you ignite your soul’s purpose, turn up your creativity and activate sales and marketing magic. I’m your host, amber Annette, and I’m thrilled to be here with you today to explore the depth of what it means to be a woman in business. I believe that business is more than just making money. It’s about making a difference and making your mark. So sit back, get present and let’s dive in and uncover the secrets to building a business with soul, purpose and magic. Welcome back to another episode of the Business Psychic. I’m Amber Annette, your host, and I am so excited to bring to you today’s guest, patricia Rumblade. She is one of my most favorite clients I have ever had and our paths have crossed again, and I’m so excited to bring her to you. Patricia lives her life’s purpose as a great adventure, filled with curiosity that is, magic and great courage, while eagerly awaiting for life’s next adventure. When she is not on an amazing adventure, she is sharing her sacred personal power practice with others through her writing, drawing and signature coaching programs focused on cultivating self-trust and guiding individuals to discover their inner direction. The rest of the time, when she’s not being all of that fabulousness, she is going to be resting and you can find her with her beloved dog, leo, on adventures in the Arizona desert, chatting endlessly with her children and closest friends and always keeping an eye out for the next greatest life adventure. Patricia hi, how are you? It’s so good to see you, hi.

Patricia Rundblade:

Thanks for having me. I know it’s been so long.

Amber Annette:

I know I know we were just chatting before we went live that the universe works in such cool and mysterious and synchronistic ways. I was recently I moved and when I was moving I came across, all in one day, two things of yours that I have not seen in literally probably like five years. So number one was your client folder. I don’t know if you remember this about coaching with me, but I always use just like traditional, like Manila folders and paper and notebook paper and like that’s just like my process for how I work with my clients and keep track of our sessions and what we cover and what we talk about. And so I came across your file and I was like, oh, patricia. And then, like 10 minutes later, I came across your fabulous Money Block book, that coloring book where you can like get clear on money blocks that you have while you’re coloring. Well, anybody who knows me knows I’m like obsessed with like coloring and I loved it back then. And, oh my gosh, I like was like, ok, I have to have, I have to find out a what Patricia is up to again and be she clearly needs to come on the podcast, so welcome. Well, thank you.

Patricia Rundblade:

Gosh, I know that coloring book Woo, I I I pulled that book out of a box because I moved myself recently and it brought I I I opened up my own copy where I have colored and written notes and everything. Yeah, it was such a fabulous refresher of like, oh yeah, I can manifest this.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, we need around to, or we need you to, bring that like back to the world because, oh my gosh, I had. I had so much fun just kind of flipping through it myself. So so well, now let’s fast forward. So I mean, I loved reading your bio talking about, like, what is life’s next adventure? So catch me up, what are your share with me and share with our listeners? Like a little bit about what you’re doing now and what adventure you’re currently on? Oh my gosh.

Patricia Rundblade:

OK, so fast forwarding. So many, like so many chapters have happened since then. So now I’m still. My coaching business is still very much about helping women really Manage their wealth and create more and manifest more into their lives, but it’s really more. We’re still doing all of that, but now we’re just getting ready, getting rid of all the fear, bringing back all of that ambition and just really bringing back about confidence and leadership in your life and really creating again your life, like this whole new transformation which goes to me because I realized through all of this adventuring that I’ve been doing, that I’ve worn so many masks and so many personas that I’ve never, I’ve never been at this point in my life where it’s just me. My kids are grown, I’ve been a new place, I’m in a new house that is just me. So I have this whole brand new opportunity to kind of dive into this whole big adventure within my life. So I’m really helping other women do the same thing around the money, around their personality, around what they want to create, instead of being stuck in that kind of perceived drudgery of doing nothing.

Amber Annette:

I mean, I think I mean we’re seeing this at like massive levels across the board, across in a variety of ages, right, I mean, I think you know, we used to think of it maybe as like a midlife crisis, where now it’s like these aren’t even like midlife anymore. These are just women radically awakening to, you know, the life that they truly want to be living, that is based off of their needs, their desires, their wants, versus, like, what has been placed on us by past generations and society. And it makes me always wonder, when things like this come up, like what is it that is so pivotal about, pivotal about this moment in time where that radical awakening is happening? So what are your thoughts on it? Do you think it was COVID or just politics? I mean, like, let’s kind of what do you think?

Patricia Rundblade:

I think it’s a combination of a lot of things, you know. I think for me, like during COVID, it was kind of a reality check of, like what in the bleep am I doing Right? Like this is just kind of a little bit of a rat race for me. And there was this conversation that I had in 2022, early 2022, with the coach I was working with at the time that all of a sudden, it was just like this spark went off and I was like, why am I still in California? Like why, like, my whole intention was to, one, never, ever, be in California, and two, I ended up spending almost 20 years there and it was just like I need to, I need to shift, I just need something a little bit more meaningful in my life. And I think a lot of people are just realizing, too, that that, like, wow, there is so much more to life than just going to that nine to five or just kind of doing those same things and with so many relationships ending as a result of, probably, covid and all of this new wave of awakening that everybody is going into, that people are just kind of like I’m done, I’m going to go out and do what I want to go out and do what’s more fulfilling right and what’s more purposeful.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, I mean, I see it left and right. I see more people starting, you know, purpose driven businesses right now, I think, than I’ve ever seen before. You know people really, and people that are starting businesses based off of, like, their spiritual gifts or I mean the, the amount of other people that I’m seeing that are like I think I’m psychic too. And how do I start? I mean it’s just incredible. It’s such an incredible time where, also, I think the level that we’re able to communicate with each other, you know the different platforms that are out there for us to see what’s actually going on and to not just get you know everything from what you see on on TV, for me also is, you know, I mean, of course, used to sermon, but I mean I just think the level of, the level of connectedness, is that a is, is that an all time high, and the, the ability to see other people that are doing it their way, not the ways that have been like placed on us, is it’s just incredible. So I am so grateful that my kids are growing up in this time period. I know a lot of people are like, oh, the 80s and 90s were so great, but I think now is just as maybe even better because of now it’s, it’s coming from such a place of like authenticity. I mean that I’m not a big like oh, this is my word of the year, but let me tell you, like, when I say, like, I know, 2024 is about being radically authentic, like odd with odd, the audacity the audacity to be completely authentic. So, yeah, I think it’s just. I think it’s such a cool and fun and interesting time and I love that there’s people like you out there that are supporting people during this time, because it can be confusing. I mean, it can be like you’re going crazy.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, and it can be. And it’s really like there’s actually like a little bit of a pathway to follow when you’re going on this trajectory of like revamping your life right, revamping how you think, how you feel, because it’s really more about not being so much in our head about what shouldn’t, what shouldn’t, shouldn’t be done, it’s more about how you want to feel. And I know that big turning point for me. It’s like I’m tired of feeling tired. I’m tired of feeling like this is just a string of Thursdays, right? Yeah, yeah.

Amber Annette:

And. I mean I think and I think being able to be like so strong in who you are and just to honor, like how you are feeling and what you truly want to be doing, I mean that’s such a gift in itself. I mean there’s just not there, unfortunately there’s, that just hasn’t been taught to us, you know, and now I think we’re coming into an age where that is going to be like what’s taught is doing what feels good, what feels right, what turns you on, what lights you up. And I’m not, I mean, and I’m talking about I guess you know from more of that. You know from that purpose. You know from that. You know from that purpose driven place versus, oh, you have to go to college and you have to do things this way and then you get married and then you have kids. Like we’re kind of, I think we’re kind of done with that, with that model.

Patricia Rundblade:

I think you know, I agree with that, I agree with that, you know, and my kids are the boys that I raised. Unknowingly. I raise them to actually be such open-minded kids that I have two different spectrums right. I have one who’s got a master’s in fine arts, but he’s creating his own life through his art and through what he wants to do. And then I have another one who didn’t go to college, but he’s creating his life through his version of art, through filmmaking, and so it’s interesting to see that they’re creating their lives on what fills them up, what gives them purpose. Yeah, their terms On their terms, right, and something that really wasn’t, I think, in our generation, that really wasn’t available at the time. Right, because of all of that generational impact of everything. And now it’s just so. It’s easier to just kind of go look, I need to get over this stuff and heal it so that I can move on, because there is something way more expansive in me that needs to be revealed out to the world.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, yeah, I can definitely identify. I mean I often say like I have past lives in this life and I feel like 2024 is gonna be about creating and even another gosh I mean you talk about like if we’re using the metaphor as like a book is like your life. I mean I feel like I’m not even just done with a chapter. I feel like I’m done with volume seven of I don’t know how many different volumes I’m gonna write in this lifetime, patricia, but that’s what it kind of feels like and I know so many other women are kind of feeling like that too. So I’ve shared on here that I’m going through a divorce and there’s I don’t know if you are aware, but they’re calling this like the great divorce. They’re calling this time period right now the great divorce because divorce rates are at an all time high and I think the age group was for, like women between I can’t remember the exact. I should probably be careful if I start like quoting shit and not being able to back it up. People be like where is your source? I don’t know? Tic Tac, okay, like I don’t know. I sat on Tic Tac, so it’s gotta be true. But I did read something where it’s called the era of the great divorce because of the divorce rate is the highest it’s been, and I think it was between the age of like 35 and 45. I mean 35 and 50, somewhere in that age range, and the remarriage rate for that same age group is the lowest it’s ever been. So not only are we all getting divorced, we’re all like screw this, I am never getting married again In there, done that, don’t even want the t-shirt anymore. Yeah, so I mean, I think there’s just so much like that happening on this planet, where we are just coming into this innate awareness of how powerful we can be when we are just sovereign and when we have our own space to do exactly what we wanna do. I joke all the time with my single or with my friends that are like, oh my gosh, what’s it like being single? Like what do you do? Do you just go out all the time? I’m like, are you kidding me? I watch whatever I wanna watch on TV. I drink sparkling water and I color. Like that’s my like hot Saturday night, okay.

Patricia Rundblade:

I become the biggest homebody, like I’ve been single for quite a few years after my really long divorce. But it just seems like I agree that there’s probably there is this big resurgence of divorce because so many people, I think, probably felt that being married was the societal norm. It was that imprinting that that’s what you do, right, and I’m not opposed to marriage. If that ever happened to my life again, so be it. That’s great, I’m not gonna deny it, but it is, I think. And for women it’s like, oh my God, I don’t have to be married. Yeah, I don’t have to be married to create my own.

Amber Annette:

And for those that do, it like that and for those that want that like that’s great too. I think that’s. I think more than anything, it’s not married or not married. It’s the choice and people respecting your decision. You know what I mean. It’s being so comfortable with making your decision based off of your own ones and needs versus what everybody else wants, and that is where I believe things are really gonna start really changing rapidly on this planet.

Patricia Rundblade:

Right, and I think part of that transformation too, like for women, when they’re like the women I work with and when they’re in that, reinventing themselves, they’re letting go of that fear and getting that ambition, but they’re also letting go of the need to apologize for anything. Right, I don’t have to apologize for me showing up as me in this authentic self that is created, that was created, that has been hidden. Right, it’s like time to show the fuck up. Right, that’s who you are.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, that’s why, like I love when you said earlier, you know, being the leader of your life, you get to choose. You know, it’s like who would have thought that, like Julia Roberts and Pretty Woman had it right, like all those years ago where she was. Like I say who, I say when. I say how much, yeah, and I say how much. Oh my gosh, I haven’t watched that one for a while. That might be up next for a coloring session. So take us through like kind of like your transformational process that you take your clients through. So somebody comes to you and they are wanting to reinvent themselves, like what’s kind of like your step one with someone.

Patricia Rundblade:

Well, first of all, my step one is, you know, a part of my path has been going down this human design and you’ve probably heard of it, you know where everybody’s kind of trying to figure out what kind of aura and energy type they have, you know. So for me, taking my client through is getting them clear on what they were designed when they were birthed, right? What’s that design that guides their life?

Amber Annette:

So, just for the sake of my audience, give us like the quick and dirty version of like what is human design, because I might have listeners that know a little bit about it and I might have advanced listeners, because the majority are gonna be. You know pretty much spiritual women in business, except for I joke my son-in-law, zach is like my biggest fan and he is like blue collar, as they could find Like he is my biggest fan and yet not my ideal demographic. So we’re gonna speak to all of those spiritual women in business and Zach.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, Okay, Zach, this is for you All right. So human design was brought into the world in late 70s or late 80s by this guy His name is Ra-U-Ru, who I can’t I always get his name mixed up, but he got a download while he was in a retreat in Ibiza for this whole system and it’s based on five principles of, like the Chinese I Ching, the Kabbalah Hindu chakra system, quantum physics and astrology. So it’s a system that’s built upon all of those principles and it’s all about. It’s based around your time of birth and your place of birth and it’s how all the stars lined up and how all the magical stardust created you. And there’s five different types of energy types that you can be, you know manifestor, generator, manifesting generator, projector and reflector. So all of those different types of energy kind of are a specific design, unique to you, on how you live your life and how your life unfolds and what you experience in your life, both good and bad, which there really is no good or bad, but whatever lessons there are.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, yeah.

Patricia Rundblade:

And so what are?

Amber Annette:

you.

Patricia Rundblade:

I’m a manifestor, so I’m part of the small 8% group of the population, so I’m a projector and you are a projector very nice. Yeah, yeah yeah.

Amber Annette:

So I know a little bit about human design, more from like a marketing perspective, because, especially if somebody that I work with as a projector, I wanna make sure we’re taking that into account with marketing Cause it. So I of course, always tie everything back to like marketing and sales human design. No exception there. So all right. So your step one is kind of using the system of human design and if you have, if you’re a listener and you haven’t done this, man, I highly encourage you to definitely check out Patricia’s links in the show notes because you can go and you can just enter your birthday and you can get your human design and you can learn so much about yourself. Just, I mean, human design is amazing, it really is. So, yeah, so make sure, as a listener, you go check that out, go down the human design rabbit hole. It’s a good one to go down. So human design is kind of your step one, and then, once you kind of help her get clear on that, what’s kind of like your step two? What are you seeing like is really what you know that transform, that transformative path?

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, typically it’s. You know, we kind of get a good understanding of, like, you know, what’s open and what’s defined for them, and then kind of looking at how all of that plays into how they’re feeling about themselves and what they see in their lives, pretty much playing upon all of those aha moments for them, we’ll kind of dictate which direction we’re going. So, you know, some women just maybe wanna like, haven’t realized, like, oh my gosh, I have been, you know, I’ve been eating, or, you know, eating, doing something with their health. That that’s just really been counterintuitive to what their design truly is. I know, for me that’s been one of the things. You know, I always thought you had to eat three meals a day and you had to eat one in the morning, one, you know, one at noon, one at night, when I realized, through my own design, that it was like, oh, I’m better suited eating in the evening time, right In the, you know, and eating more food in the evening time versus eating throughout the day, right, so it’s made a really impact on my energy right and really environments like, like, for me, I’m always the I’m like, the most creative and the most impactful when I’m in some place that’s really inspiring and creative right. For some people that’s not the best place, or some people they need to be more in a, you know, quieter setting. Right, I would get super distracted. Yeah, like I would get.

Amber Annette:

So who knows where I would end up in, like something like I would start wandering and talking to everybody Like I would not get. I was like one of those kids in school Like I never got any of my work done. I was always like in trouble for talking and wandering around the classroom because I get excited about everything around me. So that’s why I do my best when I’m like I call well, you know I call it coffee with the universe in the mornings, when it’s quiet, kids are at school, dogs done with her stuff, like I’m just good to be quiet and present. So it’s that’s interesting that human design kind of shows kind of shows you that what environment is gonna be.

Patricia Rundblade:

It shows all of those things because we’re so conditioned to live in a specific way. You know all the standards that have been imposed upon us, right? So human design kind of shows you what you’re truly meant, how you’re truly meant to live.

Amber Annette:

Very cool.

Patricia Rundblade:

Like part of that revamping on all these women that are awakening and kind of going oh yeah, there’s a different way for me to exist in this world. Yes, it’s a little bit more fulfilling and a little more you know.

Amber Annette:

And I think also for me at least, human design was a lot less confusing than astrology. Like I am a psychic medium, I straight up talk to dead people and have the coolest connection to the universe and spirit and angels. And like I cannot understand astrology, Like I just don’t get it. You know what I mean Really, I just don’t get it. I don’t get all the houses. It seems so complex and so confusing to me. But human design can really kind of simplify it and make it really into. I mean, I know astrology can too and there’s great insight in astrology, but to me human design just takes it to a more intimate level and it’s not nearly as confusing.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, I think it takes it into a more user-friendly level for it, and it’s just like the chakra systems right. I’ve done a lot of study with the chakras and I’ve done some courses through my business with that too. But it brings that into and the way it all beautifully aligns and works within a person you’re just like that is crazy. This is that it just flows so seamlessly one into the other and I think it really gives you a really wonderful overall picture of who you are as a person.

Amber Annette:

And I think we like our archetypes right, I mean like anagram, and I mean I’ve taken so many different personality tests. I mean I think human beings just in general love to try to figure ourselves out a little bit more. I mean even with the zodiac signs a little bit. What’s your sign? Like? We like to know, we like to belong, we like to know A about ourselves, but then also, who are our people? Who are people that most align with whatever archetype we are in that moment? And I think too, the other thing about human design, for me at least, is it doesn’t put you in a box Like, for example, even though I’m a projector and identify with all the other projectors, I think sometimes you can feel like you’re placed inside of a box with some archetypes, and human design does not feel like that at all with me.

Patricia Rundblade:

Right, and I think it is. Even though everybody has all these labels, it’s really not about living that label. It’s about living where your openness is and because that’s really where you take in life through all those open gates and channels and those open centers. That’s where you really experience all of the energy around you, right? So there can be some things, there’s some days where I feel like I’m performing like a generator, like just go, go, go go, but then I pay for it. I pay for it in the end, right, because I’m like I should have done that, because now I’m just tired for three days, right? So all of those kind of things that just create deeper awareness so that you are living more purposefully, intentionally and authentically to who you are.

Amber Annette:

And I would even add in there I think for me I really have to be mindful, as a projector, that my theme is I need to wait for an invitation, and that is such a huge theme in my life, my whole life, even before. Once I found out I was a projector and then, reflecting back, I was like holy shit, and understanding what that means, and for me it’s an energetic invitation and that comes when I get really present for someone. I almost always will get a question asked to me or something along those lines, which is, as a projector, probably the most powerful thing that a question to me is a gift. It really is.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, there’s beauty in understanding that, right, because I know for me, my authority is emotional from my solar plexus, right, but I also have a defined spleen, which means that I’m getting intuitive hits just in the moment. But my journey through that is like, oh, I have to understand that emotional wave and not respond to an emotional hit that’s coming out of maybe a survival instinct, right. And knowing that this intuitive hit is actually coming out of a place of, yeah, that’s good for you versus fear for your life, right. So learning that through me too has been a journey of a self and it’s really transformed how I make decisions in my life, because before I would just go along with that hit, right, and it would be dang it, I shouldn’t have made that decision.

Amber Annette:

Well, I think it’s easy to make the assumption, though, if you’re feeling it, if you’re getting the hit, that that would be the right next move. And I used to kind of struggle with that from an ideation standpoint. I would get an idea and be like, oh my gosh, like Joe Vitale in the Secret said, when you get the idea you have to act. We know it. Fu, joe, you’re actually wrong. I’m not meant to act immediately. The universe, in fact doesn’t always speed. I don’t know if you remember that part of that book. In fact, I need to kind of sit with some ideas for a day or so and really let it get. I really need to ground it before I just act on it.

Patricia Rundblade:

So yeah, it’s interesting and that’s one of the things I’ve learned as a manifestor to me and I have ideas, just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. But I’ve had to learn how to just kind of like OK, I just need to put it down on a piece of paper, come back to it, maybe have my pendulum time with it, maybe pull some cards on it. Because as an intuitive reader too, it’s just been kind of like I had to kind of like revamp and re-understand how I am interpreting these intuitive hits, even for other people.

Amber Annette:

Yeah. So when you think about your journey in the self-development, spiritual awakening space, do you think that human design is like your thing? Is that like the modality that’s given you the most awareness and the most aha? If you had to kind of like think about maybe your top three, what would they be?

Patricia Rundblade:

Oh, I think definitely would be. Human design would be like the top one for me. Just because I got my first chart back in 2016. Started doing some research on it was like overwhelmed and like, oh my gosh, I have no idea what any of this stuff means, and then put it away. And then last year, while I was living down at the bottom of the Grand Canyon with not a lot of things to do, I dove into it even more and in within that time frame, it was just kind of like wow, this is. I should have read this stuff like 400 years ago, but I think it’s given me the most information about who I am as a person. But it’s also validated a lot of things that I’ve learned along the way Through all of those personality tests or through all of my own meditation and spiritual journeys that have been revealed to me through, you know, divine source, right. So it’s just validated a lot of things for me too. Got it.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, yeah. And I think you know after oh my gosh, I really need to get an accurate tally. I mean, I think it’s probably hard at this level, but I think I’m at over like I’m probably close to 8000 readings that I’ve done in 10 years. I know it’s just incredible and I can’t think of any reading I’ve ever done in all of those, and those are like a blend of like readings and coachings and group readings and all the things right, and I can’t think of one person that didn’t want to feel validated. You know, I think that’s like, in fact, I’m writing a book and like that’s like a big part of what I talk about in the book is like the feeling of being validated, of knowing what, what we’re feeling is right and knowing that what we’re feeling is even sometimes okay or like. You know, I think sometimes we still want to feel like we’re normal and what we’re going through is normal. And if you can have a system like human design, give you a little piece of that where you’re like, oh okay, yeah, I, I, this makes sense, you know when you can feel that it’s, it’s pretty incredible.

Patricia Rundblade:

I totally agree with that and I think you know, and I think that’s one of the things I think through my own journey, it you know, that whole validation piece of like oh, I’m not nuts, right, you know. I’m not, I’m not crazy, I’m not crazy for feeling that way or wanting to do this or being pulled in that direction. Right Like when I left California, people thought I was crazy. They’re like you’ve been here, you have, you’ve established, you’ve done all this and I’m like, yeah, time for me to just pack up and go sold all my stuff, I’ve been packed up and left. You know, it was like I needed to do that and knowing through my design that my life is all about experiencing all these adventures in life, that is part of my path, right? And as I look back, it really has been. But I haven’t really validated any of that until I went through my chart in that deep dive moment of like, oh yeah, now it all makes sense why I’ve gone through all of those different journeys, because it’s all about the adventure and what, what comes out of it at the end, right?

Amber Annette:

Very cool, yeah, very cool. So what’s your next adventure?

Patricia Rundblade:

Oh, my next adventure is, you know, kind of digging out Tucson and finding out what. What the adventure is here, it hasn’t been revealed just yet. You know, I was guided to buy this house, leo, and I have been adjusting and I feel like you bought there.

Amber Annette:

You’re not even like you decided to like really take up residence.

Patricia Rundblade:

Huh, I took up residence here now. Whether or not it’s here, you know some of my readings have been. You know there’s other places I’m intended to go to, so you know I’m not really sure yet this, but for now.

Amber Annette:

Well, do you want to find out, because that’s what’s up here. Next is, I’m going to tap in and do a little reading here for you.

Patricia Rundblade:

Do it because I have. Oh, I love you. I haven’t had one of your readings in a long time.

Amber Annette:

I know, I know, okay, so let’s Well, I’m here to tell you that the first thing that I see is not the desert, it’s actually a pier At like. It’s like a pier, a dock, an ocean, and I would say this feels like way more east coast than west coast. It feels a little bit colder, which makes me think it’s. It definitely feels more on the, definitely more on the east coast side. So I don’t know if you have any plans of just travel coming up there, but loud and clear, that’s that’s coming for you. The second thing is I see a like. So I don’t know if you have been thinking about like how you want to do some marketing or some different like campaigns, but I’m getting a series of workshops for you that I feel like could be really powerful, but it’s specifically for human design and for manifestors and just just manifestors. So not trying to speak the design to the other archetypes, but just to manifestors. And what’s interesting is it feels like it’s definitely more along the lines of like dating or relationships or something along those lines. So I don’t know if and I believe you did that like years and years ago, if I’m remembering correctly so it’s the universe is saying bring back some of your roots along with this, like new awareness of human design, and I’m telling you now it is going to be like all the rage to like use human design for dating. So you got to trust me on this one. I’m going to like to hear how that goes like. Maybe even sign me up, maybe, like I’ve got a ways to go on that one. I guess you never know right, that’s really interesting. And then we had talked about the podcast before, well before we hit record, and I am going to invite you to just hold off on podcasts for a little bit. I would actually invite you to look at is doing something with? I would say, either. I’m going to tell you tick tock, I. I feel like having these like short, sweet, punchy videos that you can also use some of, because you’re like a physical product person. Also, you have cool physical products that could go in the tick tock shop. I need you to trust me again and I need you to go in on tick tock, not in on a podcast. Okay, 2024 might be one of your best years ever. Love it, yeah, and I I don’t know if you already are, but I feel like you’re going to start dating somebody. I feel like you’re meeting somebody or you’ve already met him and it’s just starting. It’s just early and starting.

Patricia Rundblade:

All right, so can I see, can I share where you’re, where you’re on the nose with some of this stuff.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, I’m so, yeah, I can’t wait.

Patricia Rundblade:

Let’s hear it. And the the location is going further, further East. My in previous readings that has been more like going back to Texas. Possibly. So it could be the Texas coast, but I don’t know, so maybe it might be. I’ve never spent a lot of time in the East, so who knows? You know, it’s always anything about.

Amber Annette:

Maine at all.

Patricia Rundblade:

Oh good, gosh Maine, huh, no, no, no Maine.

Amber Annette:

I’m telling you, we’ll see what comes up.

Patricia Rundblade:

All right, all right.

Amber Annette:

It’s pretty rare, I’m wrong.

Patricia Rundblade:

So it’s so funny that you brought up workshops, because I was doing a shaman journaling prompt yesterday for directions journaling prompt and at the end of it I just kind of got this quick download of like, oh, this workshop looks like this and you have and it’s very interactive and it’s very and it incorporates some of the human design stuff to it and incorporates some of the other spiritual stuff that I do, and so that was quite interesting. I was like, hmm, let me put that over there because you know I need to let my emotional wave just kind of work through that Podcast. Yeah, I’ve never been a fan of tick tock, but you know, I think I’m always open to trying new stuff. May need some coaching on that one, though.

Amber Annette:

I know it’s new. I just feel, like some and I know so many people I think have heard like this or that about it, or like how the platforms are. I’m here to tell you like I read energy and I would hands down say, go tick tock over Instagram all day long, every day, like there is something really compelling and really calling about it. Right like it in the, in the era that we’re in right now, for the next couple years it’s, I feel like it’s really going to be the platform.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, awesome, and that’s so funny that you brought up relationships. And, yes, I did do like I think my first version of coaching, of my coaching business, was all about relationships and then it kind of transitioned into money. So that is so funny. But you know, just the other probably just the other day, and in a previous reading, probably a couple weeks ago that it’s like there’s somebody, that there’s somebody out on the fringe right now, that that’s there. The other day I had a dream about, I don’t know, some guy. You know I can, I can always. I always just get the faces and a little scenario for me, you know. So I’m like, okay, I think it was interesting, there’s somebody like this whole thing, oh, it’s coming Right, you know. And so I take my dreams very seriously because I get a lot of messages of my dreams and and just this morning I was like, all of a sudden, someone that I dated in the past popped up into my head and we were having this conversation in my head and I’m just like, all right, my mind is having a conversation with somebody and so I think more that energy was more about how this person, how he and I were in this relationship. Those aspects that were very yummy and delicious, not so much the person himself.

Amber Annette:

So, yeah, at the table with what’s what you want. Sounds like that’s happening.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yeah, so yeah. So you were, as always, spot on.

Amber Annette:

I don’t know if you know how I close out my show, but, patricia, I always ask one powerful question at the end. Do you know what I’m going to ask you? Do you know this question?

Patricia Rundblade:

I don’t know, but I can just chill, so go ahead.

Amber Annette:

And I have a feeling. I’m going to write it down here. We’ll see if I’m right. If you could connect to anybody in spirit and receive a message from them today, who would it be?

Patricia Rundblade:

Anybody, Anybody, it would actually be my maternal grandmother.

Amber Annette:

Has your? Has your dad crossed over also? Yes, okay, so I definitely have your dad here right away. I feel him and his presence. So now, with either of them, I get the smell of like smoke Almost. Did your grandmother smoke or did your father smoke anything?

Patricia Rundblade:

Why, I would get like the yeah, he did at one point in time. He smoked cigarettes when I was little.

Amber Annette:

Yeah, I just I kind of get. I think he’s also showing me just like this, this part of his life that feels to me like maybe it was kind of his favorite, I would say maybe back in the you know late 70s kind of. He just feels like at one point he was quite fun, he was quite a fun guy, like to have maybe a beer and a cigarette, and he just shows me just kind of a really interest. It was just like a. He’s just saying it was like a very interesting time Now did he pass when he was on the younger side. Has he been gone for quite some time?

Patricia Rundblade:

He’s been gone for quite some time. He was in his. My dad was old when I was born already, so he was 70.

Amber Annette:

Oh, he feels much, he feels young. He did he, do you remember? Would that describe him? Did he have just like a, like a young feeling spirit, just he did, he did.

Patricia Rundblade:

There were times and it’s so funny that you brought up the 70s and having fun, because my favorite time of remembering him is he’s. We used to have this hallway outside of the bedroom that I shared with one of my brothers, and my dad used to like to wear hats too, like fedoras, and he would come down and he’d get his hat off the thing, and if I would peek my head out of my bedroom door, he would like make pull his hat down and make all these funny faces, and you know that’s what he would do on his way to before he left.

Amber Annette:

I think it’s interesting you have a hat on today.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yes, and hats new for me.

Amber Annette:

Interesting. So I, I mean I definitely pick up him, I want to see if I can tap into this. And you said this is your maternal grandmother. Okay, so now do you I want to be mindful of, like I was she like any connection for her to like Native American or anything in that space at all that would resonate.

Patricia Rundblade:

Yes, my my roots.

Amber Annette:

Okay, so I’m sorry I got. I got to just keep going here because I’m. I just get this feeling of like ancient medicine and wisdom from within her. She just feels like she was very wise, also kind of, I would say what we would nowadays maybe say is like a little on the introverted side, especially around people she didn’t know she was. I kind of feel like maybe a little nervous or skeptical of people and I don’t. I feel like maybe when she was quite young she had just maybe not the greatest upbringing and so it made her very cautious of people. Does that resonate at all or match her? Yes, and rightfully so. It feels like things were not. Now. Do you know that you gift your? She says you get your gift of writing from her. Do you know that? No, do you right? Do you consider yourself? I mean I know you have, well, you must. I mean I know you have books and stuff. So I feel like she’s showing me that she would have to. She would write, but she would have to. She would burn what she would write because she was so nervous of people reading it. Do you know that? Anything about that for her?

Patricia Rundblade:

I didn’t know a lot about her. She lived with us, but we didn’t always. We didn’t have the greatest relationship.

Amber Annette:

Well, that’s just because of the age difference you were. Maybe this is when you were a teen, yeah, yeah, she’s saying that it was just the age and generation, but there’s a reason. You asked for her and she’s a very strong spirit guide for you, very strong, do you? Do you drink tea? Are you a tea drinker?

Patricia Rundblade:

I’m not a tea drinker. Do you remember her, her drinking tea?

Amber Annette:

Yeah, she so specifically like this is something for her, like she would like, almost like she was a very much a concoction person. Maybe you don’t know this about her, but she would make like tinctures, like tinctures and like, like that was like her thing, and at one point it was. She’s really inviting you to learn about teas. I wish she was. She’s saying she just wishes she would have known you. You could have, like now the two of you would sit and talk for hours and be best friends because of what she is, of what she had to keep secret, though, also is what she’s saying to me. She just had to keep so many aspects of her hidden in secret. You’re crying. Welcome to the show. I don’t think I’ve ever had a guest on who does it, so it’s okay. So that’s her message for you to do.

Patricia Rundblade:

Validated 50 million things. Okay, my grandma, let’s go back to the Native American. You know, like probably everybody else in this country, I’ve done a you know one of those. You know DNA sample things, right, and. And so, oh yeah, it did come back that I am 53% indigenous Native American from Mexico. Oh, wow, dating back to are going as as early as a great grandparent. So which would have been her parents, right, which I do know, there is a lot of indigenous on my maternal side of my family. And then ancient medicine and wisdom. I’ve always felt that, as I’ve come into my gifts, as spiritually and psychically, and I’ve always felt I don’t know if you know what a curandera is in the Mexican tradition, it’s there, they’re the, they’re the healers, right, the, the witches, sure, right. And I’ve always felt like, if it wasn’t my mom, I always thought it was my grandmother who was probably a curandera at some point in time or had that ancient healing within her, yeah, so I’ve always felt that it was there. So she did confirm that. I don’t. I don’t know about her writing, because she spoke Spanish and I didn’t speak a lot of English. I mean, I didn’t speak a lot of Spanish. I, you know, grew up learning English, so I didn’t know a lot about, I didn’t know a lot about her, but she lived to be 99 years old, holy shit, I know right. So so I always kind of thought she was a fascinating lady, she was a beautiful lady, but yeah, so she’s just someone I haven’t known a lot about and the teas and tinctures are so funny because we grew up, you know, you grew up in a Mexican household and and you have traditional Mexican parents and they do all of the, the tinctures and teas, and like here we’re just gonna mix up all these herbs and make this little soup yeah we’re gonna cure you with an egg. Yeah, you know we’re gonna say these kind of prayers for you. You know you’re not going to go outside after this timeframe, because that’s when you know the evil spirits are out, right, you know? So you grew up with a lot of that and you always kind of wonder like where did it come from?

Amber Annette:

but when you go down this spiritual path, Well, I’m so glad that it brought some validation. Like I said, what did I say? I said I can’t think of one person I’ve ever done a reading for that. That’s not like the main thing that they want to feel from.

Patricia Rundblade:

It is just validated and I think the tears that you just had in the truth bumps are so validating to to that as well and that is so funny that I thought of her and my dad came up, because I’m aware of my dad’s presence, because I do smell cigarettes in my house, yeah, and I don’t smoke. Yeah, I’ll be walking. I got it right away. I’ll be walking places in the house and I’m like please stop smoking at my house, take it outside.

Amber Annette:

I don’t mind you being here, but please take it out oh, that’s interesting, because that was that was the first thing I picked up from him too, so you got. You got both of them today here for you you know. Thank you, gosh how powerful your readings are.

Patricia Rundblade:

I’m like, oh my gosh well, thank you, it was so beautiful. I so appreciate that and thank you.

Amber Annette:

I appreciate you being here and sharing your story with the audience and I can’t wait to have you back again and like hear how the reading went and what next adventure you’re up to oh, I look forward to sharing all of that awesome. Well, if you want to connect more with Patricia, make sure you go and check out today’s show notes. There will be a link there to get a fabulous free gift from her and connect with her and learn all about human design and help you find the steps on your next adventure. So until then, I will catch you here next week on our next week’s episode and go be the good, go be the light and go be in your magic. I’ll see you soon. Thanks for listening to this episode. I hope it inspired and ignited your entrepreneurial spirit in terms of your intuition and trust in the universe. Make sure to check out the show notes section for access to my transformation suite all of free resources, tools and content to help you grow your business while staying true to your soul’s purpose. Until next week, go make some business magic, soul sister.

Patricia Rundblade

Patricia Rundblade

Emerge! + Freedom is Already Yours

A self described chameleon. Someone who has given a great deal of time, energy, and self-sacrifice to morphing and molding to fit what others have always expected of her, while hiding her truest self from the world. With over 7.5 million people in the world, all she wanted to do was not be seen or heard. Over the past two decades, versions of her have died. Truer versions have been birthed. Many bridges have burned in the process. Her creative process of death and rebirth is an inner roadmap designed within her from the beginning, and created to reveal the emergence of her true power of creation and manifestation, and the embodiment of her sacred personal power as a visionary leader. Patricia lives her life’s purpose as a great adventure filled with a curiosity that is magic, and great courage while eagerly awaiting for life’s next adventure. When she is not on an amazing adventure, she is sharing her sacred personal power practice with others through her writing, drawing, and signature coaching programs focused on cultivating self-trust and guiding individuals to discover their inner direction, The rest of the time you can find her and her beloved dog, Leo on adventures in the Arizona desert, chatting endlessly with her children and closest friends, and always keeping an eye out for the next greatest life adventure!

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