The Practitioner’s Dilemma, Part 2

Last week I wrote about practitioners who derail in their practices by having their personal energy set in such a way that they’re in their patient & client’s soup.  Not only is it depleting and exhausting to live that way, but energetically, it’s like wearing someone else’s workout clothes.  Ewwwww….. This week CK is going … Read more

The Practitioner’s Dilemma

Do you have any idea what it’s like to sit across from a patient (or client) in a therapeutic/healing  session and discover that what the patient is describing to you is what’s happening in your own life experience?  It happens all the time!  And it can be pretty challenging to say the least.  The reason … Read more

My Pineal Brought Me Sh*t!

When clients begin an energy clearing protocol, they learn to make friends with meditation.  Not the type of meditation where your breath is the focus, you witness your thoughts rolling by, and you let them go. Energy clearing meditations are a bit more active.  The individual is within him or herself, attending to the body, … Read more

The Grace of Space

I’ve been taking a little space lately.  In lots of ways.  Space from my school and my practice.  Space from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Space from idle chitchat and meaningless conversation.  Space from socializing. Space. I took some more substantial space this past weekend, choosing to go on a retreat for rest, … Read more

Energetic Promiscuity

You’re salivating aren’t you?  Promiscuity?  This is going to be one juicy post!  What in the world could CK be alluding to with such a provocative title? Well, you’re definitely right, the title is titillating, and if it evokes the concept of doing you know what with lots of you know who’s, you’re on the … Read more

Keeping it Clean with Energy Hygiene

A year ago, I attended a wonderful conference about publishing.  I was contemplating some next steps for my business, and writing a book was on the table for consideration. While at the conference, the participants were given the opportunity to ‘pitch’ their book idea to the conference professionals and to fellow participants.  Pitchers were offered … Read more