Sensitivity is a Superpower with Siddiqi Soul Ray

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In this podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with the lovely Siddiqi Soul Ray, a sensitive soul who helps others find their path by training their intuition. Siddiqi's journey to her now successful life was a long and difficult one in which her gifts of sensitivity were not always recognized or welcomed by others.

Join us as we discuss why sensitivity is a superpower we can use to benefit ourselves and everyone around us.

About Siddiqi Soul Ray

Siddiqi Soul Ray is an intuitive coach mission is to work with her clients’ blind spots, help them reform their perfectionism and change their perception of themselves so they come into their own power, and have confidence being visible.

Siddiqi is a certified health and wellness coach, an internationally acclaimed photographer of her signature Soul Portraits, a yoga instructor who is shifting the paradigm in fitness with her BANDWIDTH methodology, and an intuitive offering Soul Visibility Readings. No matter what the methodology, Siddiqi’s energy will inspire you and remind you that life is better with soul!

Siddiqi does more than simply teach people how to become their own guru. She lives this practice herself. Her irreverent, warm, and playful nature combine with intuitive observational skills to form a unique approach to personal transformation: say yes to your own inner vision and intuition, she encourages those who work with her, to prevail over adversity and seize life’s great opportunities.

Siddiqi's practices offer a wide array of tools to nurture resilience, mindfulness, and openness. Those practices have led her around the globe, and to extraordinary experiences with some of the great minds of our time; Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, several members of the Kennedy Family, and an underwater series of the Navy SEALS.

Her message is simple, but powerful: “Be your own guru, yo!”

0:32 Introducing Siddiqi Soul Ray

4:38 Siddiqi's sensitive path

  • Sensitivity from a very early age
  • A family journey

10:08 Following callings

12:16 Siddiqi's alternative reality

  • The challenge of "fitting in"
  • When sensitivity is scary

21:24 Contrasts and confusion

  • Siddiqi's parents' spiritual journey

26:36 When paths intersected

  • Siddiqi's mother apologizes
  • Balancing mind and body
  • Finding your path

31:51 Strengths bring challenges

  • A dream to help the next generation
37:06 Oneness with your authentic self
  • Diving deep into places we aren't usually allowed to go
  • Building conversations that lead to intuition

40:28 The extraordinary effects of Oneness

  • Soul portraits
  • The ability to be with and really see someone

44:21 Siddiqi's path to answer her callings

  • The universe above all else
  • Sensitivity is a superpower

49:07 How to take advantage of Siddiqi's wisdom

  • Blind spot assessment
  • Bandwidth to address physical blocks

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5 replies
  1. Kimberly Wilson
    Kimberly Wilson says:

    What an inspirational story that resonates so much with me. From an early age, I, too, was very sensitive and had the ability to just ‘feel’ and ‘know’ things, and coming from a dysfunctional family, there was LOTS to feel and know. Rather than being dragged to psychiatrists/psychologists as Siddiqi was, I was taken to our family physician who prescribed ‘nerve’ pills, as my mother called them. A 10 year old taking nerve pills?? My family was not spiritual in any sense of the word but my Spiritual Source had reached out to me at a very young age. I always knew I wasn’t alone on this journey but didn’t know where I was going. As I became older, I, like Siddiqi, also developed an eating disorder. All I wanted was to be like everyone else. My childhood and young adult friends now tell me that they always thought I was ‘spooky’ and maybe I was to them.

    Thank you for inviting Siddiq to share her story with the Oneness community. She is an inspiration to all of us.

    Namaste.

    Reply
  2. Siddiqi
    Siddiqi says:

    Kim,

    Thank you for sharing your very relatable and raw story. Blessings to you on your path. Feel free to reach out of you ever want to talk.

    Reply
  3. toni seng
    toni seng says:

    Siddiqi,

    Thank you so much for sharing ‘you,’ so authentically, with us through this podcast with Michael.

    When you said the craving of just wanting to be seen, while you were feeling you were being ‘too much’ and ‘not enough’ all at the same time, really resonated with me…so I thank you for that awareness.

    Then the belief you have, “that the pull of the future is always greater than the push of the past,” and “that no matter how big of a mess you’ve been through…you can always make it into a message…from the vision of your soul,” was, again, such a brilliant realization to me.

    Such wisdom and hope you give to people by being courageous and open enough to share ‘you,’ with us. Again, thank you!

    Many blessings,
    Toni❤️

    Reply
  4. Siddiqi
    Siddiqi says:

    Toni,

    Yes, I do believe that authenticity is the other super power!

    Thank you for listening and sharing.

    Blessings to you,

    Siddiqi

    Reply

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