mardi 5 septembre 2017

Official Name Change

In May 2016,  I made a brave and bold move to change my name from Katarzyna Anna Heigelmann nickname Kasia (Katarinna, Katrinanna), to Katrine Blanche Hegillman.
It was study with Kabalarian Philosophy Association in Vancouver that influenced my choice.
Actually it is not entirely true.
My friend and colleague Suuzzi Hazen has inspired me. She has inspired me with her conviction to search for truth, healing, acupuncture and integrity. I learned from her about her experience going through the name change. As I received my first reading in 2012/2013 it rung truth so much but I was scared to adopt a new name.
I was worried first of all "what will other say" will they think I am little too much out of the box?

What about my family? What about my patients and clients. Lots of questions were "flying" in my consciousness. I also shared my numerology studies with my husband. He red the studies, got a professional reading with the Kabalarians and than... he changed his name withing months on the spot. I was dumbfounded as I considered my husband quite conservative and traditional.
He, on the other hand, does not worry what other think of him. He than inspired me even more. In the interim I was using in the interim different nicknames such as Katarinna, Katrianna as suggested as by the Kabalarians because I was so attached to keeping my last name. It was not working though... at all.

I will spare explaning of the meaning in numbers and meaning of influence of the name of the persons mind and development. I will just mention that it provided me with an insight to my own past and present and taught me to deepen compassion, respect to myself and others.
Since the change I had had some increased intuitive insights as well as very profound dreams.

Historically I would like to share few links here to provide food for thought for those who like to explore this ancient science:

The Last Chapter

Chapter 81 True words are not eloquent eloquent words aren't true. Wise men don't need to prove their point; men who need to prove their point aren't wise. The Master has no possessions. The more he does for others, the happier he is. The more he gives to others, the wealthier he is. The Tao nourishes by not forcing. By not dominating, the master leads. Tao Te Ching trans. Stephen Mitchel

Compassionate towards yourself, you reconcile all beings in the world. (Tao Te Ching) 67