A fascinating read for anyone interested in understanding
themselves better. Katarina gives us a glimpse into the spiritual world of unity and wholeness and guides us there.
Eye (I) -
The Healing of a Healer.
Katarina Winslow promised the universe to write a book at the age of 18 years old when she had her first awakening experience. This is her first book, telling the story of her life and how she came to 'see' the wounds that people are carrying in a psychic healing language.
From a young age, Katarina felt that she did not belong, that she could not find her place in this world. As an ‘old’ child, she resided on the outside taking the observer’s seat. Her eyes and her third eye have always been her unique companions to cope with human life.
A narcissistic stepfather, sexual abuse and years suffering from bulimia were just some of the challenges that she faced that led her to question human psychology at a profound level. As a child she unconsciously entered people’s auras to rest in their beautiful center, seeing only the beauty of their soul.
This book is for anybody, who is interested in raising their consciousness and who are curious about healing and spirituality.
A book that has it all! (5.0 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed in Brussels on October 15, 2019
“This book will make you laugh, cry, question, reflect and wonder. Katarina writes straight from the heart, combining her fascinating life story with teachings of how to reach a higher consciousness and love ourselves more. Everyone will find a piece of themselves in this book, while her words will help the readers find peace in themselves. An unforgettable book!” Laura Mc Grath
A deeply personal healing story (5.0 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed in Germany on December 10, 2019
“Katarina’s book is a wonderfully intimate tale of how she discovered and embodied her considerable healing gift. I enjoyed reading it very much and felt resonances enough to book a session with her. Now I feel even more aligned with my truth and notice subtle changes everyday. I highly recommend this beautiful book!” Eloise H.
Such a raw and honest look at the life of a bulimic (5.0 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2019
“Katarina Winslow has shared her heart in this book. It is raw and vulnerable. If you have an eating disorder or love someone who has an eating disorder...this will give you an unvarnished look at what they may be dealing with. A powerful story of transformation and victory.” Kristin van Tilburg