In this week’s show, Reverend Kat talks about how to use the “not knowing” to create happiness for yourself.
Kat maintains that the way to know is to open up and ask for help.
Finding what you want to find is to recognize what will make you happy. This is to live life according to what is important to you.
There are some steps to “finding the knowing.” And – finding the knowing can open you up to being uncomfortable, messy and failing. That is where the magic happens! You also will learn for the next time!
Step 1: Be willing and open and ask for help and open to finding that answer.
Step 2: Step back and look at the wider perspective – not just your own perspective.
Sometimes you have to be willing to put yourself out there!
Pablo Picasso said “I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I can learn how to do it.”
Experiment and make your own magic. Think of something that will make you happy. Open up to the messiness! Allow yourself, Reverend Kat says, to know what you don’t know!
Kat invites you to visit her website where she has a quiz and she can give you a clue that will help you to know what you don’t know.
Listen now to Reverend Kat’s enlightening show for charming personal stories and details. And – until next time, remember to 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
Reverend Kat Knecht, PCC