Season One Comes to a Close: Episode 8 of The Pause

by | Jul 12, 2019 | The Pause | 0 comments

This week’s episode brings Season One to a close. As such, I decided we needed to highlight the best bits from previous episodes.

  • Kate Walter’s woo-woo, wake up call (literally)
  • Kathy Hawn’s dream and connection with her mom
  • The moment that Astra met her BFF at the age 5
  • Karen Dugan’s feelings of being “different” and “that time” when she made all the pendulums in the shop swing
  • Awakening from the perspective of a different generation from Sandhan
  • Tina Hayden’s health challenge turned into growth and an opportunity to be of assistance to others
  • Synchronicity that led Laura Young to a love of labyrinths as well as healing experiences for herself and others.

This episode concludes season one. If you would like updates or to keep connected with us throughout our brief break, you can subscribe to our newsletter or connect with us on Facebook!

We hope you enjoyed this season and will join us again next season.

Thanks for listening!


Please note: As of 10/31/2019 The Pause is on permanent hiatus until further notice.  This post has more information.

I’m in the process of moving the episodes from Season 1 to this site. They will be available for replay to members of my Patreon community, Tier 1 and up.  If you are a member, you can find the entire season here.

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As an Intuitive Life Coach, energetic healer, and “Mistress of the Woo”, Dawna Kreis uses her spiritual gifts, creativity, and enthusiasm to assist others to create greater health, happiness, and harmony in their lives.

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