So now you know I talk to and see dead people and have been able to since I was a child. You know I grew up with parents who owned a funeral home and that we slept there, ate lunches there with my father, and that I worked there from 13 to 20 years old. This is my background information to today’s memory. You need to know it because none of this makes sense unless you do.
Consent is a hot topic and we need to be talking about it a whole lot more! Consent is a moment-to-moment choice that we often don’t think about, but that perspective needs to shift.
oday’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is illustrating the Universal Law of Responsibility. Karen and Kelly are educating listeners about the importance of understanding what a healthy definition looks like before you go overstepping and taking away another person’s opportunity to grow and learn.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is reflecting on how our belief about our own value can heavily affect our ability to see when someone in our lives really does love or value us. How does that affect our personal relationships? How does it affect our business relationships? Find out!
When I was in grade 7 I began working on weekends at the funeral home to help my Dad out. I cleaned, answered the phones, set up flowers and greeted families until Dad arrived to take over. Then in grade nine, I started working after 4 pm (when I was done school) until close (11 pm). This is the time when the family and friends of the deceased came to the funeral home for the celebration of life. My job was to set up flowers, answer phones, write up mass cards (my parents owned a Catholic funeral home) and clean up at the end of the night. This was the tricky part.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos shares Annie’s story about how people pleasing ends up erasing our identities- whether we are the people pleaser or on the receiving end.
When Karen and Kelly get the opportunity to explore people’s past lives in personal sessions clients get to hear exactly where along the path they may have forgotten these tools and how they can go about picking them back up!
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is taking you way back into past lives. Why? So that you can understand how the patterns we develop can follow us from lifetime to lifetime.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is highlighting some the most beautiful and messy aspects that come with the gift of being a Medical Intuitive. And hopefully after listening, it will be clear as mud!
This is the most common question I am asked. It’s easy-peasy to answer.I was born a medium and raised by parents that owned a funeral home, so it was kinda hard to ignore. The family funeral home was also three doors down from our house on First Avenue so Mom sent us there five days a week to eat our lunches.
Inspired by THE EVERYMAN PODCAST, today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is seeking to address men who need to grow up! Karen and Kelly reintroducing listeners to the idea of what it means to be a man and asking you to challenge your belief systems. Challenge the men in your life. Challenge the familiar norms and grow up!
Karen and Kelly are talking about the different aspects of their intuitive gifts and how they all work brilliantly together. How do you separate one from the other? And even if you could, would you want to?
Finding missing persons is always wildly complicated and today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is breaking down why. Listen to commonly asked questions about finding missing persons.
Today’s show illustrates a beautiful and heartbreaking example of how belief systems are developed subconsciously and how they can be a detriment to even the healthiest relationships in adulthood. But can we change that belief system to kick depression? Damn straight!
We entered the center where crowds of people were seeking their seats, chatting with friends while anticipation filled the air. Dani was following me down the aisle in search of our seats. I pulled out my ticket to make sure I had the right row … H16. Just as I turned to my left to face the H16 row’s other occupants, I felt a sharp pain in the bum. You know this feeling if you have had the displeasure of experiencing hemorrhoids. This hemorrhoid was big and swollen, tucked up in my buttocks, situated to the right side…except I didn’t have hemorrhoids. My buttock was just fine. So whose was this?
An education on enmeshment was actually 5 mini episodes meant for the Sarlos’ second podcast series called Sips of Sanity. But today they have giving it to you in one full dose! Are you healthy? Is your identity lost in another’s? What can you do detangle your life? Find out today!
This story of two fathers puts truth right out on the table for a small town Quebec woman who never really felt like a part of her own family. Her biological father and the dad who raised her both give her the chance to know who she actually is. And this is her new freedom.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is a special edition Christmas show for the purpose of hearing a feel-good story.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos tells the story of a daughter and the love of her deceased father. He comes through to teach her the importance of seeing and knowing the truth.
A Real Legacy is another feel-good story for the month of December! A brother and sister booked an appointment with Karen to hear from their deceased father who had given them some of life’s most beautiful lessons
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is a feel-good story you’re bound to love! Two sisters booked a session with Karen to check in on their non-verbal Mom.
r. Katrina Neil is on for her second appearance on Coffee with the Sarlos. Today she discusses the importance of chiropractic care throughout a woman’s pregnancy and the continued support that is beneficial to the growing fetus. Learn about the health of the mother’s reproductive areas in reference to her spine. And become more familiar with the important developmental stages of babies in their first year of life.
Write this down! Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is a detailed list of overdue apologies from Adele’s deceased husband. Raymond was a man who lacked empathy. And Adele’s session with Karen allowed her to understand where this lack of empathy came from.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is an informative introduction about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (or PTSD) with registered psychotherapist and founder of North Bay’s own The Morgan Centre, Kelly Morgan.
You’ll hear a lot about Martin in these blogs because he is one of my favourite humans, ever. While his physical body leaves him with severe limitations (Martin has severe cerebral palsy) his spirit lives far beyond what the average human could begin to imagine. This blog is about one of these experiences with him, a truly extraordinary and heartwarming one.
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