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The Boomer Woman’s Podcast, episode 238


Interconnectedness in These Times of Change with Kate Heartsong

Kate Heartsong is the author of “Humanity’s Cry for Change”, written to help you create a happier life, to gain hope, to realize you can make positive changes for yourself and humanity.

Today Kate discusses:

  • Interconnectedness and our innate energy
  • Our emotions and how to take the steps from the darker ones to the higher vibration ones
  • Emotions as energy with some discussion of anger
  • Self-care and raising self-esteem
  • The Age of Aquarius

Kate exudes optimism and the power of positive thinking… and calm.

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About the guest: Kate Heartsong

Kate Heartsong is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach and Reiki Master/Teacher. The deep wisdom Kate shares comes from her unique gift of receiving profound and uplifting wisdom while meditating, as well as the understanding she gained from successfully overcoming her childhood trauma.

This journey Kate has taken provides the expansive passion, dedication, authenticity, and compassion she has to empower her readers, clients and audiences in knowing their brilliance, helping them create the positive change they desire and living a more joyful life.

Since childhood she has dreamed of making the world a better place for all. It’s not surprising she has received the inner guidance to create her empowering articles, workshops and books Humanity’s Cry for Change and Deeply We Are one.

Kate has the heart of a true humanitarian. It’s her knowing that when we start with one person at a time, a ripple effect occurs supporting peace on a global level, because we are all interconnected. Kate’s own inspirational quote says it best: “Peace within, peace on earth.”

She believes it’s such a joy and honor to be of service!

Kate Heartsong’s website: Joyful Radiance
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