From the autobiography by Kay Cordell Whitaker, The Reluctant Shaman...
Kay told her mentor, Domano, that she knew plenty of people who were happy and fulfilled, though she didn’t believe it herself. He responded softly:
"This is just a picture of their masks. I assure you, what looks like happiness is just a picture for themselves and all to see that describes their distractions from the real condition beneath of love confused by pain and fear.
"And also, there is a whisper of something else, out of reach. Something more than what they know, something grand and exquisite. You know of this."
After years of longing for some clarity and answers, and some sense of purpose and meaning, this old little man, whom she barely knew, had summed up her life in two sentences.
When she asked: “Is this what your tradition is going to teach me, to pursue this unknown?"
Domano's partner Chea responded by running her fingers round and round in a circle:
"One can pursue forever and never catch, we teach you how to catch!”
Stepping into the study of Ka Ta See
Ka Ta See is a practice.
Ka Ta See is a practice applied to your life, to your living. It is not a religion. It is tools you practice to create a direct experience with life, your life, that allows to you begin seeing truly who you are and what you are, what you came here to do, what your purpose is, and all the amazing abilities, spirit abilities that came with this life of yours.
Ka Ta See translates to “learning of the ways of balance.”
The practice teaches the ways of balance beginning with teaching you how to bring it to your own life.
There are two different courses that can begin your Ka Ta See path,
The Call of Your Song or Ka Ta See Level One Apprenticeship.
Below are links that will connect you with the Ka Ta See course pages.
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