On Being Visible

When I lived in Glastonbury I was part of The Soul Club. We were three women who felt strongly connected with each other. We talked Life with a capital L when we would meet. Usually we felt telepathically when contact was needed, we maybe met once every six weeks but more frequently when life was exceptionally exciting.

On a summery Sunday afternoon we landed after initial talks at the subject: how do we see ourselves in the outside world and how do others perceive us? Are we really aware of the impact we make on our community, the world? What happens to our fellow human beings when we step into a space? Would the world change if we could see fully what influence, impact we have by our doings?

This is what I shared with my Soul friends: I have the […]

A Little magic in your life

This short blog is to let you know that I have Email Readings on offer.

Send maximal two questions to me by email before 31 January 2016.

You will receive a reply with all the details about when the reading will take place, and how to pay me.

After payment you receive the reading before 20 February 2016.

One of the ways I conncect with clients is through the use of lovely stones. You can see two of them on the photo. (This is not a stone formation of a previous reading, it’s a fresh one especially laid for this writing).

I trust we will connect through email first, love,

Karin

 

 

 

 

 

A Suitable Book

I parked my car in a part of a neighbouring town I did not know very well. I needed a walk; I had some relationship issues and I felt I had to to clear my head. The weekly market was held in the centre of town and that’s where I was heading for.

A few days ago I’d read a rave review of the latest book by the Indian author, Vikram Seth. I was interested in all things Indian related to my spiritual interests. I thought reading a book about two families during the struggle for independence from Britain in the 1950’s written by a young Indian author could give me another view of the Indian culture. I toyed with the idea to travel to India later that year. The suggested retail price for the book was a whopping $70 […]

The Gap

The Gap