loader from loading.io

069 Karen Noe

Stories that Empower

Release Date: 01/07/2019

187 Sean Harvey show art 187 Sean Harvey

Stories that Empower

Sean's frustration with his work environment and the lack of creativity were catalysts for him to become more comfortable in his own skin and come to a place of more gender balance.

info_outline
186 Ron Price show art 186 Ron Price

Stories that Empower

Ron empowers others to see potential they have, may have taken for granted and/or may be hidden for them.

info_outline
185 Greg Centineo show art 185 Greg Centineo

Stories that Empower

If you want to feel energized, then you've got to listen to Greg's empowering story. He helps others to achieve their dreams.

info_outline
184 Marilyn Hagar show art 184 Marilyn Hagar

Stories that Empower

You've got to check to Marilyn's empowering story on how she found her belonging in the circle of life. After her divorce and the feeling that her family had crumbled, she submerged herself in nature to find a sense of belonging.

info_outline
183 Dr. Veronica Slaughter show art 183 Dr. Veronica Slaughter

Stories that Empower

When Veronica was 8, she and her 3 siblings were abducted by their American father from her homeland of the Philippines. As an older sibling, she played the role of caretaker to her younger siblings. After 4 years, Veronica's mother was able to find her children and move them out. Even though her mom struggled to raise 4 children on her own, she taught Veronica to be a warrior, express kindness and never lose hope.

info_outline
182 Sharon Dukett show art 182 Sharon Dukett

Stories that Empower

Growing up, Sharon felt she had no future, because girls were discouraged from attending college. Her future felt pointless. Sharon ran away from home with her older sister at the age of 16. At first, the hippie movement in California was wonderful, but she realized that it wasn't what she thought it would be. Sharon was very depressed and felt suicidal. Then, she read a book, which helped her envision a place where there's love and caring for one another.

info_outline
181 Tina Siemens show art 181 Tina Siemens

Stories that Empower

Tina shares a story of her family's difficult migration to the US to ultimately become US Citizens. She realizes that none of this would be possible without compassionate Americans stepping outside their comfort zones to help them. Tina feels so proud and thankful to be considered a part of the American fabric.

info_outline
180 Dr. David Reiter show art 180 Dr. David Reiter

Stories that Empower

David found himself to be motherless within seconds of birth. He went to an orphanage, foster care and was eventually adopted. David was open to possibilities as he was trying to 'find his way' through life. He went on a journey of self-discovery and identity. Initially, David was reluctant to search for reunion with his biological family. However, the search and writing enabled him to reflect on who he was.

info_outline
179 Mary Jane Black show art 179 Mary Jane Black

Stories that Empower

Mary Jane escaped from her emotionally and physically abusive spouse. She remarried, but unfortunately she lost her second spouse to pancreatic cancer. Mary Jane felt moments of despair, but by asking for help and using her inner tools, she began to rebuild herself back up.

info_outline
178 Elena Schwolsky show art 178 Elena Schwolsky

Stories that Empower

Elena's spouse was diagnosed with AIDS and died of complications. Also, she was a pediatric nurse at the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s. Elena felt burnt out, washed out, wiped out and was drowning. She was looking for a way to renew her own energy and find new connections. Elena returned to a place she visited 20 years earlier, filled with positive energy and spirit. This enabled her to share her experience and expertise.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

Karen realized that she has a unique gift of receiving messages from deceased loved ones. She enables people to connect with their loved ones and guardian angels. Karen believes that the messages come to us as thoughts. Her advice to those that wish to connect with their deceased loved ones is to:
- ask your deceased loved ones to give you a 'without a doubt' sign (e.g. a true visitation)
- be open to receive
- be patient
- the sign may be in the form that they were on earth
- raise your vibration to be more on par with the energy of what they are, e.g. they are only love and peace, we need to be love and peace to connect, practice forgiveness and be more compassionate

Karen shares these nuggets of life wisdom:
- there is life after this physical plane
- the energy of who we are, continues
- energy doesn't begin and end
- we can create our own realities by focusing our thoughts on what we want

Karen Noé is a renowned New Jersey-based psychic medium, spiritual counselor, and healer with a two-year waiting list.  She is the author of We Consciousness: 33 Profound Truths for Inner and Outer Peace, Your Life After Their Death: A Medium’s Guide to Healing After a Loss and Through the Eyes of Another: A Medium’s Guide to Creating Heaven on Earth by Encountering your Life Review Now. She is the founder of the Angel Quest Center in Waldwick, New Jersey, where she teaches classes, gives readings, and practices alternative healing. You can listen to Karenon The Angel Quest Radio Show by tuning in to www.hudsonriverradio.com the first Saturday of every month at 10:30am EST.

http://www.karennoe.com/