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Reverend Kat ~ The Soulsearch: Are Limiting Beliefs Blocking Your Road To Happiness? Kiss Them Goodbye!

Happy Valentine’s Day! 

In this week’s show, on Valentine’s Day, Reverend Kat calls out beliefs that are blocking your road to happiness.  They are toads!  Kiss them goodbye!

Replace them with loving and supportive beliefs so that you can live happily forever after!

Kat explains how limiting beliefs work when it comes to romantic relationships.  Romantic relationships can be fulfilling experiences and also full of pain and challenges.  When you are clear about your beliefs, you have clarity about what gets in your way and also where you shine in your relationships.

The Belief System:  Beliefs are habits of thinking and organize how you view life.

Beliefs are limiting or empowering: They can help you – They can get in your way – some are hidden – some you can unpack.

Most beliefs come from our childhood and tend to be “black and white” thinking.

Sample limiting beliefs that we repeat: “people always try to cheat me.”  “I am not good enough.”

Reverend Kat’s Process:  You can take a limiting belief and take a look at what you want.  You don’t even have to have a relationship to do this.  You can take action yourself!

Kat illustrates this process through a story about her dynamic, loving, musical dad and shows how the empowering belief she drew from her childhood – “men are romantic” – turned into a limiting belief – “no man could be as romantic as my dad.”

That limiting belief, affected her relationship and her feelings.   Then one Valentine’s Day she took a good look at this belief and checked in with herself to find out what she wanted.   She discovered that she wanted a heart to heart connection, to have fun, and to be herself.

This process shifted her belief it so that her relationship with her husband was freed up from limiting expectations and became more loving, dynamic and creative.

Listen to this week’s show – Reverend Kat wants to share this process of discovery with you!

Reverend Kat will continue her talks on relationships next week and until then – remember – shine your light!

About Reverend Kat (from her website):

I began my career as a Spiritual Leader when I was 7 years old. Sitting in the field beside my house one day, I asked God why some people were so unhappy. A real voice answered (no kidding),“Your job on this earth is to teach people about love and how to have what they want in life”.

From that day on, I have pursued this with a passion. From my original dream of becoming either a missionary or an actress, I have crafted a career that is grounded in Spirit as I tune into a channel that broadcasts what’s in others’ hearts and souls.

As a spiritual leader, I teach, write, and perform on life’s stage… and, as the voice predicted so long ago, I teach people about love and how to manifest from the heart.

I have faced many challenges in my life including the death of my mother when I was young, being kidnapped as a teenager and leaving a 20 plus year marriage in my 40’s. I have learned a ton through the school of hard knocks and delightful surprises as well as the training noted below.

Maryland Acupuncture Institute’s School of Philosophy in Action

Certified by the Coaches Training Institute & International Coach Federation

Christen McCormack’s Spirit School

ORSC – Organization & Relationship Systems Coach

Leader for the Coaches Training Institute

Ordained Interfaith Minister

Contact information: 

Reverend Kat Knecht, PCC

www.theSoulsearch.com

KatandCurtis@theSoulsearch.com

(805) 633-9119

Link To Buy Kat’s Book, The Soul Search

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Reverend Kat ~ The Soulsearch: Bringing Healing Into Relationships – The First Show In The Series!

In the first show of her Relationship Series, Kat examines bringing healing to relationships.

February, famous for Valentine’s Day, is a month when we focus on relationships.  Relationships have always fascinated Reverend Kat even before she became a relationship and life coach.

In relationships, we grow and become our very best person, and it is also the place where the shadow shows up.

In order to have healthy relationships we need to be aware of your wounds and have them healed. When we commit to healing in relationships we can be freed up.

Kat talks about the “garden variety” childhood wounds that affect us all.  In childhood, we all get wounded because children are sensitive, tender and focused on grown-ups who are they are dependent on for survival.

Reverend Kat’s Steps to Healthy Relationships

  1.  Awareness of our wounds.  Acceptance of our and other people’s wounds. Compassion.
  2. Taking ownership of our wounds without blame.
  3. Letting go, maybe praying.  Asking Spirit to heal.

Get started and write the steps above down. Then listen to Reverend Kat’s amazing show and visit her website for more illuminating information!

Next week, the Reverend Kat series on relationships continues. 

Until then, remember, shine your light!

About Reverend Kat (from her website):

I began my career as a Spiritual Leader when I was 7 years old. Sitting in the field beside my house one day, I asked God why some people were so unhappy. A real voice answered (no kidding),“Your job on this earth is to teach people about love and how to have what they want in life”.

From that day on, I have pursued this with a passion. From my original dream of becoming either a missionary or an actress, I have crafted a career that is grounded in Spirit as I tune into a channel that broadcasts what’s in others’ hearts and souls.

As a spiritual leader, I teach, write, and perform on life’s stage… and, as the voice predicted so long ago, I teach people about love and how to manifest from the heart.

I have faced many challenges in my life including the death of my mother when I was young, being kidnapped as a teenager and leaving a 20 plus year marriage in my 40’s. I have learned a ton through the school of hard knocks and delightful surprises as well as the training noted below.

Maryland Acupuncture Institute’s School of Philosophy in Action

Certified by the Coaches Training Institute & International Coach Federation

Christen McCormack’s Spirit School

ORSC – Organization & Relationship Systems Coach

Leader for the Coaches Training Institute

Ordained Interfaith Minister

Contact information: 

Reverend Kat Knecht, PCC

www.theSoulsearch.com

KatandCurtis@theSoulsearch.com

(805) 633-9119

Link To Buy Kat’s Book, The Soul Search

​BUY THE BOOK​

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is judgement?

Dr. Bunny Vreeland

Dr. Bunny Vreeland

Dr. Bunny Vreeland, Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Counselor, Ordained Minister and the owner of MercuryBroadcasting.net, talks about Judgement and how it affects our lives and our relationships. She sees how judgement can create problems in her client’s lives so she wanted to share some thoughts about judgement with you.

When we think of ‘Judgement’, we generally think of how we perceive people, form impressions, or think about social things.

Forming our first impressions of people, and how we respond to those first impressions, decides how we judge them.

There are times when we judge people incorrectly.  Sometimes we make quick decisions before we get the facts and – EEEK!  They could be unfair or even completely wrong!  Has that ever happened to you?

Where do judgements come from?  Most are ego-based.  Becoming aware of where your judgments come from does not mean you no longer have preferences. Certain types of behavior may still seem unattractive.  However, working to understand your judgements, and where they come from, can help you feel compassion, instead of judgement.

This doesn’t mean you will suddenly be accepting of everything, but you can, at the very least, feel neutral.

Seek to have discernment, which is defined as “the ability to judge well”, or in other terms: understanding and awareness without any emotional response.  If a judgement has a particularly emotional feeling, that is a clue to put the practice of discernment in action. Practicing discernment has a very different feeling than hitting those red hot emotion buttons.

Achieve greater happiness and success by letting your judgements and reactions guide you to better a understanding of yourself.

By using your judgment as a “mirror” of inner reflection, each experience you have can actually be a gift and blessing on your road to greater understanding – of  yourself and others!

About Dr. Bunny Vreeland:

Dr. Bunny Vreeland is a former professional model, an award winning Color and Image Consultant and, for the past 20+ years, a Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist.  Dr. Bunny specializes in helping her clients overcome old, unhealthy habits and phobias, and helps them to make positive life changes.  Dr. Bunny is also the owner of MercuryBroadcasting.net, and the host of the shows “Ask Dr. Bunny” and “SNAP – Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy” on MercuryBroadcasting.net.

She is a graduate of the Neuro Concepts Institute in Laguna Hills, CA, she earned her Ph.D. in Hypnotherapy from Huntington Pacific University in 2007.  In addition, she’s a certified Bariatric Hypnotherapist and certified Hypnotic Anesthesiologist.

Dr. Bunny has been a featured guest on many TV and radio shows and a keynote speaker for countless corporations, organizations and service clubs. Her articles on image, stress, self-esteem and hypnotherapy have appeared in numerous publications including The Star newspaper, Your Health Connection, and Agent. She co-authored The “G” Spot: The Ecstasy of Life Through Gratitude with Sumner Davenport, and she’s currently writing a book titled, What Runs You?.  She had a successful two year run as the host of “The Dr. Bunny Show… Here’s the Thing” on KKZZ AM 1400 in Ventura, California.

In January, 2011, she founded the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts in Camarillo, California, and continues her private Clinical Hypnotherapy practice at her peaceful office, located within the college.  She was a 16-year old high school drop-out who went back to school and received her Ph.D. at age 60, Dr. Bunny is especially interested in helping teens stay in school.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. How do relationships work – or not work? Guest, Peter Godinez

Peter Godinez

Peter Godinez

Peter Godinez joins Dr. Bunny to discuss how relationships work – or not work!  Tune in for some very interesting tips and conversation!

Contact Peter Godinez by E-mail:  peter.g@sbcglobal.net
Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:
   www.BunnyVreeland.org
    www.VreelandCollege.org

Dr. Bunny

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