BlogTalkRadio Glitches But Still…First Show Is A Success!


How did it go?

Good news! My first BlogTalkRadio show was a success! Despite about 30-45 seconds of “downtime” due to being disconnected from BTR (had to call back in asap), I was pleased that someone’s loved one came through for her and I was able to pick up on his energy. I was also happy that BTR didn’t disconnect me while I was speaking to this caller. Luckily, the disconnection occurred during the introduction. Whew!

I was also very pleased to see three people calling in and waiting in the queue to speak with me! That’s who will make this radio show work: you, the callers. It’s wonderful to know you want to participate and I appreciate that. We are off to a great start and I thank you. šŸ™‚

Personally

Yes, I was a little nervous but my first caller, Tasha was very patient and understanding, she was up for anything and I appreciated that openness. You see, it’s a mutual effort between myself and the spirit(s). I have to raise my frequency and Spirit has to lower theirs in order for us to ‘meet’ or hear each other clearly.

I also have to clear my mind of my daily concerns, doubts, and filters to make sure I’m getting the correct information.Ā Some days are easier than others. I’m sure all of you can relate to that. Sometimes it’s difficult to concentrate/focus when you have other things going on in your life and occupying your mind.

Special note to Tasha: Please know I’m sending positive healing wishes your sister’s way. I neglected to tell you that on the call.

Beautiful Red Hibiscus flower with small yellow flowers
in my backyard.

Technical

Aside from BTR disconnecting me, I also realized there seems a bitĀ of a delay in the phone call. We’ll see if that continues. If so, (I’ve heard it happen on other radio shows), we’ll just have to keep that in mind and work with it the best we can. It reminds me of watching live news happening on TV. You can see the person on location waiting, listening then receiving the question from the anchorperson in the studio. There’s a pause, a nod of his/her head then they answer. On radio, you can’t visually see that occurring so sometimes that means a slightly longer silent pause than we like but that’s okay. It all works out.

I must say it is a challenge to mentally ask a question to those on the Other Side and listen for the message or answers while also trying to make sure there isn’t a long silence for the callers and the audience. During my one-on-one sessions, my clients expect the pauses or, if face-to-face, can see me listening and there isn’t any pressure. With time constraints on a radio show, there’s a little pressure! Plus, 10 seconds on a radio show can seem like an eternity to the listeners.

Reflection

All in all, I think it went very well. Since I’m only allowed 30 minutes, I’ll probably only be able to do one reading per show but please don’t let that keep you from calling in. You never know if there will be a dropped call or if I’ll go right into the readings to fit in two or three calls during the show. I’ll do my best to connect with as many people as time allows.

I have to believe that whomever I speak with is meant to get through and connect to someoneĀ at that time: all parties are ready, willing and able to communicate…and technology cooperates! šŸ™‚

Even if you don’t get to speak with me, I urge you to listen carefully to the messages. I often find that there is a message for not only the caller but to a few listeners as well that will help them in some way. It happens to me all the time when I listen to shows. I hear just what I needed to hear that day.

To find out when my next show will be, please subscribe to this blog and you’ll receive an email notifying you about new posts and new air dates. Within a week or two, I hope to have settled on a consistent day and time.

Love and light,

Lisa

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