Dear Ego Lets Talk!

Surfing Sayings!

“Ahem!” I said to my ego. We need to talk! It has come to my attention that your very loud obnoxious voice continues to isolate me from the realities and deep personal human connections available in the human dimension. No doubt your protection was urgently required in my early years when I was separated from my deceased twin and isolated from other humans in general in order to sustain my life.  I learned to keep my breath shallow and one foot in/one out in this human dimension.  You enabled me to vastly progress my spiritual expansiveness and experience a dynamic rich and rewarding existence in other realities.

Time to expand and heal, my friend!  Let’s redirect your energies to support my journey toward deepening personal relationships in the human realm!  Now, for a strategy……..

Neonatal Womb Warriors! It is all about the JOURNEY.  Please share yours………

Author: Kathy Papac and Kathryn (Kat) Campos

Kathryn (Kat) Campos: Hello, I am a former 24 week gestation micro-preemie. I lost my twin brother Cruz at birth and encountered open heart surgery with no anesthesia at 3 weeks old weighing 1lb 3oz/0.58kg. I served on the University of Washington Medical Center Advisory Board Neonatal ICU Council from 2013 to 2015. I am passionate about assisting and supporting our Global NICU Community. If your a Preterm Birth/NICU Survivor this blog is dedicated to you, your family, and all members of the NICU Community. Together lets support other Preemie Survivors, Preemies, Preemie families, Preemie Community, Neonatal and related Staff, Providers, Professionals and Facilities. We ALL have stories to share and preemie journeys to help empower! Kathy Papac: Preemie Mom of surviving (Kathryn) and a deceased (Cruz) 24 week gestation twins. Neonatal Womb journeyer, counselor/legal expert with an MA certificate in Spirituality, Health and Medicine from Bastyr University. Passionate Global Community participant. Our goal is to recognize, honor and empower the Neonatal Womb community and shine light upon the presence and potentiality of the preterm birth survivors as vital community participants.

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