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What Skills Do You Expect Your Students To Acquire?

In this video Kay answers the questions as to what skills she expects her students to acquire.

And we’ve again included the transcript just in case you prefer reading over watching a video.

For comments and questions please use the options below.

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Song to Song,

Helmut

What Skills Do You Expect Your Students To Acquire?

Helmut: So, that brings us to: What skills do you expect your students to acquire within the four year course?

Kay: Okay. I personally do not expect anybody to acquire anything, and that’s a word thing. We’re getting back to the word stuff and expecting, expectations, that’s part of what we call the No-No’s. You just don’t want to go there. There’s no need. I don’t expect and I don’t demand.

But what I offer and what I can lead you to in the class, many absolutely extraordinary things.

Your Song.

That’s the biggest and the best gift of all that’s the one that will serve you no matter what direction you go.

How far you take it, what you want to learn, how deep you want to go, with spirit friendships, there are so many different things within the tradition that you can focus on, and really get deep into, and they all require your Song.

That’s where it all starts, is knowing your Song, learning how to live it and be it every day, own, own, own it and identify with it.

Don’t identify with your masks, identify with your Song.

That is something through all the four years of this class. Major, major piece. It’s the foundation.

All the advanced classes that I teach it is a major piece. It’s learning about Song, learning more about Song. Learning more about experiencing and owning your Song and being in it all the time and unplugging the masks. That’s the baseline. Song and masks.

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The Importance To Not Change Anything Within Ancient Spiritual Traditions

In this video Kay talks about the importance of not changing anything within ancient spiritual traditions.

She describes why it is crucially important to pass the teachings on exactly the way they have been passed down for thousands of years, otherwise the chances of those teachings being turned into something our masks have a heyday with are big, very big.

Far too many people ignore these cautions in our modern culture when teaching ancient traditions.

Below is the transcript, in case you’re more the reading type.

Enjoy.

Any questions or comments, please use the comment options below.

Song to Song,

Helmut

The Importance To Not Change Anything Within Ancient Spiritual Traditions

Helmut: A couple of things, follow up things here.

One is, you talked about passing the tradition, the teachings, all the ceremonies and practices down exactly the way you have received them. I think that’s a very, very important point in our culture today. Because many people in shamanic traditions are taught to take whatever they find, whatever they are being taught and change it, change them whichever way they feel they want to change them, whichever way they feel comfortable with.

This is different. This is a very important distinction.

This Tradition is not about taking what you learn and make whatever you want out of it. Will you want to speak to that?

Kay: That’s really a popular, popular concept right now and a lot of the shamanic traditions out there. Though the one that is most well known, has been around probably the longest, is the Harner tradition and he’s very clear and very specific – has been for years, about learn this.

Learn what he’s teaching, and then take it and make it your own. Change it in whatever way you want, ceremonialize it in whatever way you want. Mix it with other things, other traditions in any fashion you feel like you want to do. And that’s his thing.

In the Hetaka’s Tradition, the exactness of what it is, how it’s put out there, how it’s taught, how you go about working with the different processes. It’s extremely important to follow exactly. Not change anything.

It has come down to us with this exactness for so very, very long. Because, in all of those details is some very important things. There’s lots of very important pieces of information and understanding and ways of focusing your attention.

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Who Is In The Driver Seat Of The Bus Called Your Life?

 

This is a lecture which Kay gave to the students of her course series. In this lecture she talks about a lot of things, among them, who we are as entities, as humans and what that means and how we have given up the driver seat of our life and how to take it back.

Enjoy.

Any questions or comments, use the comment options below.

Song to Song,

Helmut

 

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How To Unplug Your Masks In An Instant

 

In this video Kay talks about an experience which changed everything for her in terms of her addictions to masks.

To this day she refers to her life prior to this experience and her life following this experience in terms of how much power her masks lost over her.

Letting go of masks, deeply ingrained mask behavior, in an instant is what Kay shares in this video.

And, we’ve included the transcript, in case you’re more into reading.

We’re also offering something new, we’re doing a QA in the comments.

So any questions, and of course comments, ask or share away.

Song to Song,

Helmut & Kay

 

How To Unplug Your Masks In An Instant

“I agree with all being said, but how realistic is it for most of us? I find it hard not to judge myself when I fall short.”

Kay: That’s one of our favorite masks. That’s a cultural thing.

It’s a cultural norm.

It’s a learned behavior.

And it doesn’t have to be there.

This starts moving into what we call the “wallpaper masks”. They’ve been there our whole lives since we were toddlers.

They are such a major piece of all of our masks that we can’t even initially see them or identify them as masks.

It just seems so natural and it’s something that we’re just so used to doing and seeing everywhere.

It’s habit. That’s all it is.

Big, big, big-time habit.

We’re addicted to it.

So as you start to notice that you’re doing that – choose to stop.

You don’t have to do that.

You don’t have to go there.

You don’t have to be like that.

You don’t have to feel that way.

You don’t have to judge yourself.

You don’t have to condemn yourself.

You do it out of habit. And once you really understand that, recognize it, you acknowledge it, you acknowledge how addicted you are to all that habit – then it actually becomes very easy to give it up.

It becomes easy to see in the moment and you can choose to just plain stop it right there. Boom, stop.

When I was first studying this stuff and I was driving my old, old Chevy through town, the kids were tiny and I had a friend in the car who was this young man who had just returned from Vietnam.

He’d been on the front line for about four or five years straight. I mean, just everybody he knew died, blown up right next to him.

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Setting The World In Balance – Level 1 – Waking Up

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In this presentation Kay talks about what the Level 1 class of the 4 year course series is all about.

We’ve also included the transcript just in case reading is more your thing.

Enjoy!

If you have questions please use the comment options below or feel free to send an email to song (at) katasee (dot) come. We respond to every email we receive within 48 hours.

Song to Song,

Helmut

PS: Here is a link with more information about the “Setting The World In Balance” course series.

“What is the main focus of the first level?”

Kay: Okay. The main focus of the first level is to give students all of the basic initiations, ceremonies, information, understanding, experience, for them to be able to wake up. And that means that if you take all of these tools from the first level and work on them diligently.

Not changing anything, not changing the ceremonies, altering anything in any way, but following all the protocols step by step and earnestly commit, you will begin waking up.

And how long that takes, it varies for every person and it doesn’t have to take a really long time. It doesn’t have to take many lifetimes.

It’s going to take as long as you believe it’s going to take. And it will be as hard as you believe it will be.

And it doesn’t have to be hard and difficult and struggling and painful. That only happens because we believe it needs to be that way.

So the first level provides you, from the Ka Ta See Tradition’s point of view, with all of these basic ceremonies.

The initiations, the tools, the changes in your body and your consciousness. The pieces of information that you are going to need.

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