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Dirt Road Divinity chat with Katie Weiss ~ Part 2

Season 4, Ep. 39

Welcome to season 4 of Dirt Road Divinity. On this show we explore spiritual awakening and connection as an adventure, often messy and confusing, and always asking us to have the courage to live into all that we are.

Episode 39 is the second of a two-part conversation with Katie Weiss, author, podcaster, and channel of a group of multidimensional beings she calls The Chorus.

From her podcast, Our Next Existence, "Katie is a former technology strategist turned reluctant spiritual channel. The Chorus is a collection of beings who enjoy sharing their perspectives on humanity's existence. Together, they take listeners on a fascinating tour of new ways to understand being human, as well as the incredible context into which humans are awakening now. As Katie discovers, it's not a choice between a human life or a spiritually ascendent one. It is through the experience of both that we expand into…our next existence."

Katie's insight, real-life experiences, and incredible humor, along with the amazing perspectives offered by The Chorus, make for an entertaining and perspective-shifting conversation. From the Game of limitations that we are experiencing in this life to what happens after death, from the challenge of joy to the longing for belonging, much like her forthcoming book, conversations with Katie are like rocket fuel for human awareness.

If you haven't yet listened to part 1 of this conversation, go check out episode 38. This is time very well invested.


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