Kiran gives new meaning to
the term “liberated woman”.
Dawn D., Sebastapol, CA
In 2005, while changing shoes for a date, I died.
I died in a moment. Suddenly I was gone.
But let’s start at the beginning...
When I was 12 years old I rode my bike to the local Parks and Rec office lied about my age and signed up to be a volunteer assistant in the programming office. It turned into twelve years of amazingly in-depth developmental training. I created development programs to help struggling children, youth, and all kinds of people, find high functional capacities. I worked assessing and creating programs for Parks and Recreation, for Neighborhood Houses Association, then Boys and Girls Clubs and Outward Bound. By 25, I worked with high risk and criminal young adults, and other survivors of extreme abuse.
At the same time I was finishing a degree in Arts, studying the subconscious patterns of human expression, and using theatre and dance as ways for people, including myself, to find emotional literacy.
But then I died.
I died in a moment, sitting on the bed, changing shoes for a date, and suddenly I was gone. Three days later this spaciousness that I used to know as ‘me’ wrote, “such a strange death this is, I have died, but into bliss.” A spontaneous and complete awakening into original nature, it later became known as.
My mind blew out completely that day. A spontaneous event, without the aid of drugs, or meditation, or tech. My mind and filters never returned. My life was over. The adventure of how to live primarily as space began. But it's not at all what you think, to be in our modern world with no identity, only timelessness, and pure unfiltered reality. I recorded all fine points of the intense awe and hell in my first book Tools for Sanity.
But It takes a minute to adjust...
I visited a lot of people all over the globe that were enlightened or at least proclaimed it. I learned a lot, ironically most of them asked me to teach. I usually just said "fuck No! I don't know anything about Spirituality!" But eventually, around 10 years later, and after a shitload of healing… I got cornered.
As it turned out, I was born for this, my obsession with the human capacity, that has been my real fascination. I spent 10 years figuring out what living as pure energy is all about. Then when I started teaching, I spent the first three years peering into peoples’ systems watching their internal blueprints and watching these amazing, beautiful, and truly intelligent processes at work. I logged 2,500 hours of watching human systems in three years. And I LOVED IT!
So, now I say: "I used to help people achieve normal development, now I help people achieve extraordinary development." Because I awoke with no prior spiritual background, I don’t have any spiritual language or lineage I am pointing to. All of my teachings represent my direct experience of reality. Also, because my mind blew so completely I jokingly say, “I got an upgrade to the awakened package. That includes some extras like empath and clairvoyance,” but really it's the profound lack of mental filters, being able to sense and witness universal energy creating our human blueprints that gives me what we might call ‘clairvoyance’. Because of this, I can sense where the pain is sourcing in you, can read your deep-seated patterns, to show you how to unwind it and find peace and freedom.
And that is my joy:
Pointing out how much capacity you actually have.
Figure out what you want, and I'll help you get there.
My students and clients call me the clarity bitch.
My methods are fun, raw, unconventional, real, and direct.
I consider Adyashanti to be my main mentor and as it turns out I am grateful for his, and others, push to move me into teaching.
My books, classes, and other offerings are devoted to clarifying how you can access your innate connection to source so you can have the life you desire.