Right from the beginning Kat managed to weave a very special type of bonding and connection in the whole group, through her own loving and gentle style of guidance and highly perceptive awareness of emotions and feelings. There were many ‘wow’ moments of awakenining and awareness for us all in the group, moments that sharpened our outlook on life in the most positive of ways. By examining our true selves and learning to love what we found our lives have been enhanced in so many ways including better relationships with our friends and families, more enjoyment from life, an appreciation of the ‘small’ things, and for me, my depression has loosened it’s grip. I can honestly say that I am a happier and more contented person because of Kat and Phoenix Rising.
The process was compassionately taught and the care and love flowed through us all as we danced, talked, laughed and held each other. My soul was given a full work out! Parts of it are still aching, but not with pain; with a yearning to continue learning more, experiencing more and understanding myself /others more. I will definitely be continuing my journey with Kat and hopefully the other kind and curious women I met that day.
I found it one of my most eye opening, harrowing, brilliant, exhausting, uplifting, healing and empowering things I have ever done. I can't recommend it enough. The journey over these 4 weeks has been truly life changing and have met lovely like minded women. Kat has been an amazing mentor and supported us all the way through, I 'm so grateful to her.
Being a member has been life changing. Kat's incredible leadership, with her gentle and soothing way of opening the hearts and minds of the group and the ground-breaking and perhaps controversial techniques that Kat brings to therapy are exciting and powerful. And of course the massive amount of love that has been generated as a result of us coming together which has formed close lifelong bonds between all of us.
This course has changed my life. After only 1 day and 2 evening workshops, my relationship with myself and others has been transformed. I can't actually believe it sometimes, just the speed with which its happened, and the things that are coming into my life due to my allowing them to.
Throughout that day I danced, cried, laughed, screamed, communicated, met some incredible like minded women and also healed a little bit of myself. Four weeks on we have continued this journey of healing and empowerment, and we do not want it to end. The support and love that radiates from these teachings is incredibly healing and I recommend it to any women that have 'Mind Mess'... which is probably all of us!
You will learn that half an hour dancing isn't long, and screaming and crying are good for the soul. You will glimpse your true self and love her; you will find ways to be brave and investigate your beliefs, and be astonished at what you find. What you thought you couldn't face you will. Kat has an amazing abiity to let you see that nothing you think about yourself or your situation is wrong or makes you a bad person. If the layers we've unpeeled in the first four weeks make me feel like I feel today, I can't wait for the next layers to be removed.
Of all my years of counseling this has helped me in a far better way. I broke down years of bad self belief and childhood/adult abuse and came together BETTER than I thought I could ever be. If you're gonna do one thing to help yourself, make it this! I promise - you'll never regret taking the steps and you'll never feel so loved!
Wherever you are I your own healing journey, keep an open mind and take from it what you need. The course itself was a break through for me and it's been a joy to share and watch the evolving journey of the lovely members as we continue down our individual paths of truth and sharing experiences.
Enjoy your day, safe in the knowledge that you will be well supported by both Kat and your tribe. Much love ❤
To accept the challenge of the unknown in spite of all fears, is courage. The fears are there, but if you go on accepting the challenge again and again, slowly slowly those fears disappear. The experience of the joy that the unknown brings, the great ecstasy that starts happening with the unknown, makes you strong enough, gives you a certain integrity, makes your intelligence sharp. For the first time you start feeling that life is not just a boredom but an adventure. Then slowly slowly fears disappear; then you are always seeking and searching for some adventure. Courage is risking the known for the unknown, the familiar for the unfamiliar some unknown destination. One never knows whether one will be able to make it or not. It is gambling, but only the gamblers know what life is.Osho