In "Pathways of Intentionality," Kerry shared, with vulnerability, her life story. It was a liberating and transformative experience for Kerry to be part of this book. Kerry very much enjoys honoring the life experience of others, regardless of the lessons their souls came here to learn on this Earthly plane.
The narratives shared in this book do not have the intention to tell others how to live or promote the notion of a "perfect" life, but rather to inspire the reader with life stories that have been powerfully experienced and are now vulnerably shared. The overall objective of this manuscript is to provide readers with an opportunity to journey with the writers while participating in moments of self-reflection regarding their own lives. We, the authors, are led by the premise that, as humans, we have much in common. Sharing our stories with one another can become a pathway toward ongoing wellness and living through the power of intentionality. While our stories are a moving target, we rely on the power of intentionality to guide our constant development of awareness that can foster on-going active engagements.
As writers, we understand that stories are constantly in a process of construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction. Yet, at any given time, stories demonstrate the magic of our journeys. We hope that our stories become an encouragement for you, as the reader, to continue journeying into your own heart. We express gratitude for your willingness to journey together with us as we all continue to live, learn, laugh, and love!
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Kerry did an interview with Valeria Koopman for her podcast, "Fit for Joy." Valeria made a short animated video based on part of their conversation.
Kerry's work in the healing arts has often been influenced by the challenges she has overcome and the life experiences she has navigated through. In "The Devil's Yoga," Kerry wrote about overcoming an entanglement wtih a man disguided as a shaman. This experience was gnarly and intense, yet, in turn, Kerry does not flinch when a client presents an intensely difficult experience and helps them navigate to a resolution.
While the content in this manuscript may not be universal, it reflects the voices of many who have experienced the complexities of both the light and shadow sides of wellness practitioners and healing centers that give priority to profits over human beings.
It is the author's intent that her book serves as a beacon of light for others who have encountered similar experiences and continue in their process of recovery.
We all have a story to share. Through the relating of our challenges and triumphs, together we live, learn, laugh, and love. It is the author’s prayer that ultimately, we all rely on the medicine of Love.
In this manuscript, Kerry delves into Gnostic myth, collective consciousness, notions of truth and the fabrication of collective truths, concepts of true and false gods, possible matrixes, historical perspectives versus mythology, the power of story, unity and duality, sacrifice and martyrdom, and human evolution.
"I have been deep diving into religion, spirituality, and energy for over 20 years now. And never have I came a cross a work that has resenated my existence so deeply. The thoughts, and questions, provoked by Kerry are truly expansive!! I continually use the book as a source of centering and bringing me back to pure consciousness. I have forever been blessed because of this work." Amazon review from Jara
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