Kay Taylor Parker

The greatest act of responsibility is to heal your personal wounds.

I can help you track down the origins of these inner disruptive energies and assist you to find greater compassion for self, peace, and harmony in all aspects of your life. End the war inside of YOU!

Recent Posts

Make time to heal!

    Make Time to Heal! So often I come across individuals who still use excuses not to take the time to heal. When I say "heal," I mean finding those balancing points inside where you maintain unity and harmony. Unless you retire to a mountain top in seclusion, it is almost impossible to do the inner work alone. We all need hand-holding! We need objective ears and eyes to mirror or reflect back to us what we need to address inside to find our balancing points. All … [Read More...]

Our personal Drum Beat

    The Beat of Our Own Drum. “Truthfully, my client lamented,  I’m afraid that what happened before will happen again,” “What’s behind that fear?” I prodded gently, for I could feel the hidden emotion. “Go behind the curtain you are calling fear and see what’s there.” “I’m really angry.” He took a moment to connect to the emotion. “With whom are you angry?” I sensed the answer, since I knew his story. My friend still harbored many feelings towards a person who, by the way, was no longer … [Read More...]

Staying in our hearts.

I often sit with amazement and wonder at who or what is beating my heart..don't you? And I've often offered this - it is our soul that animates us. So our souls speaks through our hearts. But how do we stay in our hearts? Obviously the quick answer is to stay out of our heads, or some might say, out of our left brain. And, how do we do that, given that we are more and more drawn into our technological lives, our cell phones, our TVs and all the other devices we use day in, day out? As with … [Read More...]

Honesty, Integrity, Diplomacy!

How to stay in truth! How about those days when you just don't feel good, emotionally or physically and yet you feel that you have to put on your happy face. You run into someone and they ask how you are and, out of habit, you say "Fine, how are you?" Then you say to yourself, "Well that was one big fat lie. I don't feel fine at all but they don't want to hear that, I can't say that ! Of course there are the complainers who have no trouble at all letting it all hang out, much to your chagrin. … [Read More...]

Divine timing!

Divine Timing - I have recently reconnected with a wonderful childhood friend –thank you Internet. The joy of meeting up again is indescribable and of being able to see and speak to each other even though we are a continent away – thank you Skype. The gratitude I feel knowing that we have so much to share and that, despite all the years in between and a million and one experiences under the bridge, we still “get” each other, and that the spark that fueled our friendship back then, that … [Read More...]