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Spirituality

Analogy for Awakening

They attempt to make you believe it’s an anomaly to get out alive, but isn’t that the point?

To remain living without allowing the key parts of yourself to die in the monotony of everyday life?

How do we survive?

They distract us with coping mechanisms as they drown out our intuition until it’s deafened us to our innate communication completely.

That’s what they want.
But, it’s not working anymore.

Autonomy when choosing life outside societal standards and free thought are more popular than ever.

We are waking up to the grand idea that WE ARE intuitive beings. WE CHOOSE our life. And WE will continue to rise past the confinement of societal standards dictating our truth. 🧠

Are you distracted?

Are you present?

Are you listening?

Are you consciously working on forwarding your momentum to reach potential?

Do you feel that spark too?
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by Kate Kay

I am Katelyn, a writer and teacher who is holding space for the collective shift. I am an Intuitive Yoga Coach, Entrepreneur, Wellness Event Coordinator, Cannabis Content Creator, Facilitator of Healing and Artist. I am owner of Yogi Magick since 2017 where I have led yoga retreats, classes and workshops for awakening. We now strictly focus on being a support system as an Awakening Coach through the Yogi Magick Network. In 2020, MoonPhase Events was born being based out of both the Denver and Cleveland areas. We are Wellness Event Coordinators who are holding space for the shift for Cannabis Reform and Plant Education as well as forgotten healing arts. Our intention is to courageously hold space for events to
shift the public’s awareness to acceptance through education. We understand the importance of connecting with your higher self and utilizing plants medicinal benefits for healing. We will hold space for the collective shift. Follow us at @moonphasedenver @moonphasecleveland


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