Katy Rose is a present day mystic and contemplative, having experienced God directly as she died and entered the Light from a traumatic event.
While in the Light, her divine energy systems were restored, blessed and healed. These divine energy systems are also known as the seven main chakras of root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye and crown.
Once the healing was complete, Katy met the eternal source who stated: “Take my Heart and give to others what I have given you. Be the direction of your own Spirit.” She then returned as a subtle body healer of these seven divine energy systems.
Before Eagle Heart Wisdom Healing….
Professionally, Katy trained as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children, owned and operated a Holistic Registered Home for infants and toddlers, and worked as a group home resident counselor for adults living with traumatic brain injury, autism, personality disorders and other mental health challenges. More recently, she owned and operated a senior care company providing clinical, restorative, spiritual care and hospice services for the elderly.
Katy also assisted in developing the initial pilot program for the Client Attorney Assistance Program (CAAP) for the State Bar of Texas and managed a multi-state healing practice of chiropractic, herbal and homeopathy wellness.
Katy’s formal education included study to become a Catholic Sister, but later she chose to become an ordained Minister. Once a Minister, she served as a Trustee on the State Board responsible for the spiritual and fiduciary integrity of the 1,000 member organization, with additional appointments as the State Youth Director and Youth Seminar Director.
Katy studied Contemplative Psychology (Buddhist, Transpersonal, Humanistic, Personality Theories. and the Shambhala teachings) at Naropa University in Boulder, CO.
Additionally, she studied at other colleges, the 12 major World Religions of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism, Judaism, Confucianism, Bahai, Shintoism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism and Spirituality in the Workplace.
She completed 156 hours of CNA/practical nurse training, the associated academic sciences and first responder entry level training.
Katy is now pursuing a Master Ayurvedic Digestion and Nutrition 500 hour Certification.
Katy donates to Colorado Public Radio and to 100+ Women Who Care – an organization donating nearly $16,000 quarterly to Boulder County non-profits serving the community.
She is a member of the Parliament of World Religions seeking interfaith world harmony and is affiliated with Interfaith Network on Mental Illness (INMI) in Boulder, CO which seeks to increase awareness and understanding of mental illness in the congregation.
Katy enjoys meditation practice, journaling dreams and spiritual insights, authentic listening and companioning, nature walks and mountain hikes, reading, writing, poetry and conversation. She plays the piano, and listens to Native American flute music, rock opera, classical and soft jazz.
Katy believes learning to cherish our human traumas as God-markers of spiritual brilliance activates primal, transformational healing in the subtle regions of our thoughts, feelings and perceptions wounded by life’s many mysteries of personal trauma, grief and loss.