Above Ground Podcast #206, Coloring Outside the Lines

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Our lives can change in the blink of an eye. We have a life that we are living, and then… something happens. Accident, death, divorce, loss, trauma. Our lives unfold just as they should, but our acceptance of that is very uncomfortable to accept, acknowledge and live with. Healing from these events, roadblocks or setbacks forces us to seek help from others to help us on a path of healing. Many will say you need to adhere to strict guidelines and will never seek an alternative. They will limit themselves. Keli Kane has unfolded to color outside the lines and forced to relinquish control to the universe. 

What’s up, everyone? Time for episode two hundred six of Above Ground Podcast. Our guest this week is Hudson Valley Author and Educator Keli Kane. Her book, Angel in the Mirror, is available now. Keli shares with us her story of overcoming her traumatic brain injury, her healing journey, and finding her way out of the darkness that she touched. Keli left no healing modality untouched and used many to help her learn how to walk and talk all over again. It takes a village, and Keli is surrounded. 

Letting go creates the greatest power for our spirit, and giving our bodies to the water helps us float. Keli gave herself over to the universe, and it has been gifting her since she made that sacrifice of the life she thought she was meant to lead. Keli was the victim of a drunk driving accident and suffered a TBI. Keli was forced into growth mode, and she grew into the angel in the mirror. Happy birthday also to Keli because she celebrates the following day. So let’s make this a birthday to remember. 

This Saturday, May 27, 2023, at Barnes and Noble, Kingston, NY, from 1-3pm. Keli is discussing and signing her book, Angel in the Mirror. Keli has dedicated her life to helping others. Keli’s work as a Reading Specialist and Teacher and her Reiki work deliver direct support to people and meets them where they are. Things that are therapeutic don’t have to look like it. 

Thanks for listening to another episode of the Above Ground Podcast. As we roll out another month and Mental Health Awareness Month ends, remember, everyone has mental health. Until next time we run the beautiful bean footage, get well, be safe, stay ABOVE.

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