Because I want to increase my sphere of influence, I have to do something to alter the energy flow in my life. If I don’t, I’ll stay where I am. So, I decided to get rid of everything I wouldn’t take with me if I were moving.
Katy Bray is a professional clairvoyant and gifted empath whose direct and loving approach has been game changing for those seeking to achieve the next level of success with greater confidence and authenticity. In other words, she is the Game Changer for Game Changers.
Katy is a certified Vedic Master, Life Coach, Kundalini Reiki Master and Integrative Nutrition practitioner. She is also a sought-after speaker and author on topics related to conscious living, entrepreneurship and leadership and is proud to have a client base spanning 15 countries.
Because we’re coming up to the end of the year, I want to recap my theory about how we create our life stories. If you understand this principle, it’s easier to figure out why you are in the position you’re in and why certain themes repeat throughout your life. This theory has helped me transform myself from a sick, dependent, and financially disabled person to the successful business owner I am today.
Expanding Our World by Tapping into Other Dimensions
Today, I’m sharing a story that will set the foundation for talking about developing your inner resources and getting in touch with who you really are, which is something that really interests me. In the episode I talk about the time, 40 years ago, when I was first contacted by what I thought was a being in another dimension. I’ve since learned that it was another dimension of myself.
A few weeks ago, a friend gave a talk at The Celebration, my spiritual community, and she talked about changing your story in order to move forward. I’ve heard this before and have even suggested it to people, but this time it really hit home, and I asked myself, “What does one have to do in order to accomplish this?”
I immediately thought about the book I have been writing for the last two years about my journey to physical, emotional, and financial health. This story has been difficult for me to write because, along the way, I passed through many interesting but uncomfortable dramas. I realized that the time had come to finish the story.
For the next week, I worked on the book with the goal of finishing it by my December 30 birthday. The toughest part was recounting the story of when I had to close the business that I loved so much, Joan’s Crystals, and declare bankruptcy (in 1989). As I wrote, I was filled with emotion, but knew I was finally reaching the point where I could let go of the painful memory. Read more