Hello & Welcome!
What a crazy, never-ending journey we are on together.
Ever since I was a child, I've been interested in the deepness of things. That's still true, perhaps because that path is constantly showing me ever-truer truths. I find the most fundamental truth to be that we are both human and divine in both form and spirit. That gives us a LOT of territory to traverse. I am dedicated to casting light as best I can, tending bridges from illusion to truth and seeking not answers but questions because that is where the growth is.
I am so honored to share the human experience with you. When we step into the arena of heart-to-heart connection, exciting, enriching and revealing things happen. I would love for you to join me there!
Dear Human is a love letter penned to accompany the journeyer through the labyrinth of life lessons. A travel guide for the road ahead, it delivers equal doses of sacred encouragement, clear-eyed reminders and gentle medicine to ease the weary heart and excite the inner spark.
"Dear human is your new best friend and answered prayer. Full to the brim with wisdom. It is exquisitely written, making reading this book such a beautiful experience. Kay's open, honest and boundless heart shines through every page. Her personal memoirs are filled with insight, understanding and relief. This book touches upon all of the things that truly matter, including how to drench your life with compassion, overcome fears and listen to your heart. This book has a little something sweet for everyone."
-- S. H., Worcester, U.K.
Kay Eck’s moving and melodic memoir brings us in close-range view of her map-less journey to consciously uncouple from her husband of nearly 30 years.
Divorce: a love story
" I just finished this beautiful book...or poem...there's not really a name that I know if for what it is. More than a story about conscious uncoupling, it is a window into the heart of a mystic that also happens to illumine a "(r)evolutionary antidote to the mass hypnosis that would have us sleep-walking through the unconscious habit of trying to "ex" love out of our hearts. I loved it."
-- T.A., Carmel, CA