Author Archives: Kathleen

About Kathleen

At the heart of my being, I am a creator, explorer and teacher. I love moving a concept into life so I know what life feels like – first hand – and then I share it and put the new knowledge into action.

Around the Corner… P.S.

Question… Did you notice the art work, around the corner, reflected in the mirror? If not, you just have.  Are you going, “Wow…”?  Yes, it’s a very wonderful piece. I wanted to give a shout-out to the artist… Charles Kurre . … Continue reading

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Around the Corner….

Have you ever noticed that when you decide to do something differently, it reveals other things? Over the years, I’ve paid attention to the amount of wheat I eat and to the infamous “carbs”, but that was about it.  I … Continue reading

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Balance

As I grew up and grew older, I easily put on the cloak of action.  There were always places to go, people to see, things to do.  Play morphed into school… School morphed into career… Family morphed into being mom…Participation … Continue reading

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Spring Collection

In Atlanta, spring arrives slowly at first, with a fresh smell in the air, daffodils popping through the ground, and birds singing with delight  finding buds in the trees.  And then, the day always comes when Mother Nature abandons all … Continue reading

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Standing in 2 Places at Once

Years ago, I was introduced to the possibility of seeing life from the physical and Divine perspectives – all at the same time.  Imagine that – being present in what is happening in the now (think Eckart Tolle’s The Power … Continue reading

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Radio Show – Listen In

A couple of weeks ago, I was interviewed by Quinetha Frasier for the “Better You Network” radio show.  It was very cool – she is exploring the multi-faceted issues within the giving community – nonprofits and the individuals, organizations that … Continue reading

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Loving Lost

In sharing the details of a trip overseas, a good friend casually remarked, “I love being lost in new places.”   He didn’t skip a beat with this revelation, just continued excitedly through more stories of his adventures.  Later, the … Continue reading

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New Year’s Presence

One of my go-to contemplation books is the compilation of Florence Scovel Shinn’s writings. Born in 1871, she was an artist, writer, teacher, and metaphysician.  Her writing is simple and direct; and always deepens my knowing.  Most mornings before the … Continue reading

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Flowing, Part 2

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I was in the Atlanta airport, standing at the arrival lobby with many others, excitedly awaiting my daughter and her husband to appear at the top of the escalators.  By the time, I saw them in … Continue reading

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Deep Breath…

It’s a warm, early November afternoon in Atlanta, Georgia – the kind of afternoon that warms your heart and puzzles the mind, wondering if it really can be November.  Somehow, it feels like September – both in terms of the … Continue reading

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