Katharine

Katharine is an active member of St John's...beautifying our worship services with liturgical dance, prayers and the occasional sermon.  Katharine's home studio in Georgetown, "A Healing Way", offers Nia, Reiki and Yoga. She is a White Belt Nia Instructor and a certified Level Two Reiki Practitioner. She joined St. John's as the Office Administrator in September 2012. We are so thankful for her presence in the church office.

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    Thank you for the owl...

    March 29, 2016

    A green and turquoise owl appeared in my mailbox today. What a beautiful gift for someone who's been struggling with recognizing her own wisdom within. Me. I am not sure if the owl was found and placed there to be picked up, or whether someone gifted it to me.

    If “owl” has silently glided into your life: You may need to remove yourself from the noise of life and become the still silent observer. After slowing down and becoming stable you will be amazed by the wealth of information and meaning that surrounds you. It may be bringing you the ability to see what others may miss. Open your eyes and truly examine how things are, you will be surprised that suddenly you can see things that are normally hidden from view – like the motives of those around you. External appearances will give way to the truth and meaning hidden beneath. Alternatively Owl is often thought to come to those who need to let go of some part of their life that is no longer needed. Listen carefully to that inner voice and be guided to recapture the knowledge of your true path in life. Owl’s senses pierce through shadows, beyond fear and darkness, through to the other side that promises light, happiness and knowledge.

    I am listening. I am learning. I am trying desperately to let it go. My fingers bear the pain that resides within. Thank you “owl” for silently gliding onto the doorstep of my soul.

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