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Kathy Kirk on the Human Behavior Coach-TV
Kathy Kirk on the Human Behavior Coach-TV
Kathy Kirk on the Human Behavior Coach-TV

Please view this week’s show when host Beverly Flaxington of Human Behavior Coach TV interviews Kathy Kirk, a Consciousness Bridge and Light Worker. Kathy has synthesized over three decades of knowledge bridging science and spirituality. She is a two-time author and blogs about the spiritual lessons behind everyday news events.

In a lively conversation with Bev, Kathy graciously shares how to understand spirituality and our connectedness to something higher. She talks about ways to incorporate this connectedness into daily living. Bev asks questions about ordinary everyday experiences and Kathy connects them to the practice of bridging consciousness and applying the Higher Mind for better outcomes.

Kathy’s proprietary approach, Applied Spirituality, is the practice of bringing spiritual and esoteric ideas into the day-to-day. In this show, she shares specifics on how to understand and identify the difference between the “ego” mind which often drives and even dictates our decisions, and the Higher Mind which has the Wisdom we need to make the choices that are best for us.
If you are seeking peace, or change in your life and you want to easily and comfortably make decisions that are best for you, on your personal path, don’t miss this episode. Kathy’s gifts are innumerable and she shares them readily with viewers. Her website is http://www.appliedspirituality.com.

Watch the Trailer Video Below:

Watch the full episode here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzD-QBsJFwY&feature=share
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Linda's picture

When I hear about supervisors belittling anyone I wonder why this happens. If people always do their best while learning why do I hear about this kind of behavior?

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