Katy Rose dedicates her life in living service, loving others in conscious empowering co-partnerships of the Spirit, the Heart and Soul. Eagle Heart Wisdom Healing is the practice of Katy’s living principles: to walk in joyous clarity, loving honesty and respect for all life. This healing originates from the Light of God.
Katy died in 2003 from a fatal heart attack caused by deep personal shock . Everything Katy knew was destroyed: family, community and church.
In her death, Katy was greeted by a receiving line of spiritual masters and multiple interfaith religious hierarchies who carried her collapsed body through vast swirling worlds of bright white light. As Katy began to awake in the arms of these magnificent, loving beings, she felt a flush of gentle flowing kindness reconnecting the torn, subjective tissues of her heart.
Katy was taken to an enormous whirlpool of energy – its core, a living void, pulsing steady sounds of strengthening harmonies encouraging her to live and breathe. Its outer perimeter poured forth thunderous, dynamic waterfalls of generosity as embryonic waves of love and mercy were rebuilding the intimacies of her heart. Katy soon realized she stood in the holy flow of our Creator – its Heart, its Love and Kindness.
She was then given a choice, to return to her present life on earth, or to continue home into the Light of God. Katy, a single mother at the time, chose to return to earth for her young son, Justin. Upon her decision, she then heard this loving being of merciful generosity speak:
“Take my heart and give to others what I have given to you. Be the direction of your own Spirit.”
Eagle Heart Wisdom Healing welcomes people of all faiths, levels of education and circumstance who wish to heal a core level grief causing imbalance in some aspect of their life. Sessions are respectfully quiet, interfaith, intercultural, gentle meditative, prayer centering journeys of divine co-facilitation that open the heart and mind in the glory and presence of our Creator’s Light and Love. Mental clarity and emotional peace are gifted to the participant as the core knot of grief releases. Life purpose is restored.
Earlier in her young adult life, Katy pursued an interdisciplinary approach in spiritual psychology resulting in a nine year service as an ordained member of the clergy and one year as a hospital chaplain. Katy served as Secretary and Trustee on a state board responsible for the spiritual integrity and business transactions of 1,000 members while travelling and developing state and regional programs in spiritual and creative art content for adults, children and families. She also facilitated interactive spiritual panels and entertained as a Master of Ceremonies during international seminars and retreats for clergy and general membership.
Katy studied Contemplative Psychology at Naropa University: Humanistic/Existential, Transpersonal, Buddhist, Western Personality Theories and Developmental Psychology after having completed studies in Workplace Spirituality and World Religions and the first three levels of Shambhala training: The Art of Being Human, Birth of the Warrior and Warrior in the World.
Currently, she is pursuing her Masters of Divinity in Interfaith Ministry and holds membership in The Parliament of World Religions which seeks to promote interfaith harmony of which his Holiness, the Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso is an honorary international advisor along with many notable others, including Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Katy has volunteered her services to Boulder’s District Attorney Michael Dougherty’s developing program: “Improving The Justice System’s Response to Mental Health Issues.”
Katy, a former nursing student, passionately worked 15 years in the healthcare field and continues assisting seniors with activities of daily living, memory care and end of life care.
Katy believes learning to cherish our traumas as God markers of spiritual brilliance awakens personal peace and loving kindness in all matters of the heart, thus justice and equanimity of spacious trust emerges with graceful encounter of the “I-Thou” principle in relationship.
Katy enjoys being present, listening deeply, helping others, teaching forgiveness, writing and music, riding horses, walking, swimming and loving community.