"If it is only a dream, why is pain so real?" "A dream head struck against a dream wall causes dream pain. A dreamer is not cognizant of the hallucinatory fabric of a dream until he awakens. Similarly, man does not understand the delusory nature of the cosmic dream of creation until he awakens in God." Paramahansa Yogananda

Thursday, May 6, 2010


"Gestation" Collage on poster board, 20.5"x15", $125
If you are interested in buying this collage please
email me at katherine@katherinetreffinger.com

On September 6, 2009 I fell climbing on Mt. Fanny,
the mountain I live at the base of. I caught the edge
of my shoe and fell sideways. My ankle dislocated
breaking both bones on either side. I had to be rescued
and when I did get to the emergency room the doctor
said it was the worst break he had ever seen. I had
reconstructive surgery. For months I had to stay still
with my foot raised. Today as I write this I still sit with
my foot up. I am on the mend.

I do not tell this story because I feel attached to the drama.
Quite the opposite. In my cosmology this is a dream and
everything happens as part of the dream story. A seed
was planted that day. Nothing would be the same as I had
a new reality gestating in my psyche. June 6th will be 9
months from the fall. The birth is almost at hand and I feel
the shift taking place both internally and externally. My
mind has quieted, I have started doing spiritual counseling
and hands on healing after a long 'break'. As I take up this
work again I see a vast shift in the clarity of what is coming
through. My relationship to the information and energy is
direct and clear. I have succeeded in getting out of the way.
The last painting I did felt as close as I have ever been to
creating a visual of the voice of my soul. There are other
changes that are unfolding that I am not ready to speak of
yet. In the long run I am very grateful already for the
awakening that happened as a result of the 'accident' on
September 6th. And the birth time hasn't even arrived!


yvette said...

Hoi Katherine, glad you found me. I read here and we have lot in common. I've not heard of many people who read Hicks.
Be back soon!

Katherine said...

Nice to meet you Yvette. I love your profile photo with your beautiful dog.

Martine said...

Reading your post i suddenly understood something very important.
Thank you.

Katherine said...

Martine thank you. That is exactly why I am doing this.