Karen Kiemnec: Dealing with Life’s Challenges

Karen Kiemnec discusses dealing with life’s challenges, how they can be lessons, opportunities for growth, and a chance to practice allowing your feelings.
 
For more information, check out Karen’s blog post called Keeping It Simple..

About Karen Kiemnec

Karen Kiemnec Karens Paths to WellnessKaren Kiemnec , host of Knock Your Blocks Off, helps her clients, knock their blocks off, those areas in their lives that keep them from success, abundance, and good health.

A transplant from Indiana, Karen moved to Ohio in 1998. She has always enjoyed working with people in various fields. She spent 18 years in historic preservation of old buildings, guiding others in the resources needed to restore historic buildings to their original splendor. She taught exercise classes for cancer patients and survivors for 9 years and also taught crafts classes. Karen began Journey work in March of 2008 and was accredited in January of 2009. She feels nothing she has done in her life up to this point has been as meaningful and as satisfying as working with others to release their emotional blocks through Journey work and to see them blossom! Karen shares her home in Sylvania with her husband, Jerry, (and their greyhound, Dayna) and between them they have 4 children and 4 grandchildren.

Watch Karen’s episodes of Releasing The Ties That Bind.

4 Comments
  1. Karen, I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed myself right now and was just sitting down to “breathe” when I saw your show. I was literally taking a deep breath when you said to breathe! What perfect timing! And I appreciate your advice to just let the feelings come. I often suppress the tough feelings, because, frankly, who has time for that? I know this just allows them to build, though, and that’s never a good thing. So thanks for gentle reminder to let them in, and the great tips for sorting them out once they’re present.

    • Pamela, you’d be surprised at how quickly you can get through a feeling once you allow yourself to feel it fully. Try it next time you have a not-so-“tough” feeling. Don’t think about what’s causing the feeling, just feel.
      Thanks for the reminders, Karen.

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