Leanne Babcock

Coach / Author / Speaker / Intuitive

Be courageous. Trust your intuition. Live your dreams.

Are you unsatisfied with something in your life?

Do you have a sense there is more in your life to fulfill?

Would you like to develop your innate intuitive side—and start listening to your heart?

I can help you.

“Participating in a course or a retreat with Leanne is life-changing. With her guidance and passion I have found a sense of peace which has not left me. Thank you, Leanne, for sharing your work!” - Sandy D.

“I engaged Leanne as my coach to help me deal with some big challenges in my career. Through Leanne’s skilled coaching I was able to make healthy choices and deal powerfully with the circumstances around me. It was a mind blowing experience that I would highly recommend.” - Bernie D

Open Me Book

A true story of courage, taking leaps of faith, and listening to your heart's calling...to freedom.

"Poignant, funny and inspiring, Open Me is a revealing and insightful memoir about finding the courage to choose and the wisdom to surrender."
Catherine Cooper, author - White Elephant

Leanne's Youtube Channel

What I've Been Thinking About

Your Heart’s Desire

How can I tell you that anything you want to do, you can, without sounding trite? “Oh, you don’t have children do you Leanne? That’s why you can do these things,” someone said to me a while back when I was sharing with her about my travels. Something about what she said didn’t feel right….

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The Freedom Of Forgiveness

The break. The misunderstandings. The wounding. The forgiveness. The freedom. I had been staying at the Temple of the Universe, a temple that Michael Singer, author of Untethered Soul, started 45 years ago. My fingers fumbled for my cell phone in my pocket. 6:15am. Grateful for the lighting along the path I reached the simple,…

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Miracles!

“Leanne, this is Shannon. I think you two will have a few things in common,” Linda said and then disappeared with her client who was Shannon’s friend. My first three and a half months of exploring Canada had led me into the late autumn months. Snow and cold weather was on its way. I had…

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Listening to the Messages

She jumped in front of my car. It was a good thing I was going very slow on the dirt road. Then she pranced in front of me as if not sure whether to go forward or back. Finally she darted forward and into the bush on the other side of the street. I got…

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I walked into my first book store

I put on my yellow skirt. I wanted to look nice rather than be in my blue jeans. Walking down the street I carried a copy of my book and the Open Me information sheet for the book store. My plan was to walk into book stores and ask them if I could do a…

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It’s Time To Go

Two ants bit me both at once. I was attending a peace circle gathering to celebrate the summer solstice. About twelve of us were sitting outside under a big maple tree. In the center were various meaningful objects holding the context for our meeting. The exercise was to find a place to commune with nature…

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