You have your inner embodied cycles, nature’s cycles around you, but what else? Guest Katara Sky is a guide for people journeying (willingly or not!) on the descent into their soul’s initiation, or awakening, which is when the ego dissolves and big questions about what life is all for anyway, are asked.
Beyond who you think you are, what you do, and the stage of life you’re at, you may or may not have an experience that prompts you to question everything and come face to face with your deepest, truest essence: your soul.
Katara shares us with what the soul is, and how it differs to spirit, and what the soul journey is. She explains how many people never have a soul awakening, even if they want to find their “soul purpose”. And Katara shares how we can find and create support for ourselves in the biggest journey of all, our soul journey.
tune in to hear:
What your soul is and how you might relate or connect to it.
The difference between spirit and soul
What the soul journey is, and why we never finish it!
How to know where in your own soul journey you are right now.
How to surrender to the descent and dissolution of your ego on your “dark night of the soul”.
How support, community and mentors can help affirm and witness your process.
How past lifetimes relate to your soul journey, what happens in a past life experience, getting out of your own sceptical way, and healing patterns from old lifetimes.
Karma and the karmic wheel, and Katara’s view on embracing the good and bad, light and shadows, without spiritually bypassing the significance of your shadow.
Katara is a DreamMaker, Soul Activator, an educator and intuitive mentor and guide. She’s a woman of fire, here to ignite the Fire of your Dreams, help you meet your Soul and Awaken yourself. Her vision is that we all live our individual dreams, embody our sacred place of belonging in the world and take part in weaving the Dreams of the Earth. By doing this, generations after us can live in greater connection with themselves, their ancestors, land and all their relations.
Katara is a Soulseeker just like you. She’s found her place of belonging by speaking her truths, educating about consciousness and the deep realms of Soul and Dreams. We live in a time where many of us are disconnected from ourselves, disconnected from our inner worlds of Soul and Dreams, and thus asleep to our divine purpose or place in the world.
Katara is a shamanic being, striving to live in union with all of Nature and the Cosmos. She comes from the stars and is here to bring the simple message of Unconditional Love and Acceptance. She is a student of Life, and brings to you the perennial wisdom traditions such as Shamanism, Energy Medicine, Hypnotherapy, Qi Gong and Yoga.
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