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Natalie Kawai is a Spiritual Teacher and Guide. Born on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland, she now lives in Hawaii. Clairaudient from birth, she has always been haunted by the mysteries of life, why we are here, and our role in the universe.

Moved by her intense desire always to go deeper in understanding the whys of the whys, she found the voice of the Great Mother of Creation twelve years ago. Since then, she has studied relentlessly with the Supreme Being in a constant and intense dialogue. This practice led her to understand why a gulf still exists between our divinity and our humanity. Under the Great Mother of Creation’s guidance, she founded LST™—Light Speed Transmutation—a radical system to restore our lost consciousness and drive out the last part of our ego.



Buried in our soul forever, there is a piece of us that has not as yet been activated. That piece is the lost consciousness, the missing link guiding us to wholeness. As human beings, we have sought wholeness and connection with each other in the best way we know how by mimicking and emulating Source as we understand it.

Unfortunately, we cannot find wholeness because we have been missing part of who we are. As a New Era dawns for humanity, we now have to complete the process by gaining the consciousness we lost when we first incarnated at the beginning of time.

Natalie Kawai has found the key to completing that process. In Conversations With Mother Goddess, she shares what she has learned through her dialogues with the Great Mother of Creation. Part explanation of humanity’s origins, and part conversation about how humanity can move into a new and complete future, this book will bend your mind in new and surprising ways, preparing it for the next step in your soul’s evolution.

Discover the part of you that you have always been yearning for, but never knew how to find. Join others in this exciting journey to restore harmony, creativity, and peace in all of us. Then prepare yourself to help bring about Heaven on Earth! It will happen if we all make the effort….

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Teaching Writing to Middle Graders

I've had an awesome opportunity, twice now. My mom's cousin's granddaughter LOVES to write. She is twelve years old and is really talented, actually. For her birthday, her grandma asked me to give her several one-on-one writing lessons, and I have to say, it's been a BLAST!

(Isn't that a great birthday gift?)

I wasn't sure how to go about it. Where should I start? I knew I wanted to do some free-writing with her, using prompts. I knew I wanted to cover the basics of characterization, description, dialogue, setting--it was all so much and I had no idea which one to start with! I also wasn't sure how much the girl already knew, so I asked some friends and they recommended this book to me:

First of all, I love Gail Carson Levine's writing! Her books are magical and fun, I loved Ella Enchanted, The Two Princesses of Bamarre, as well as her Tinkerbell books and Princess Tales. She's an all around brilliant author.

Writing Magic is geared toward middle graders who love writing! I would have gone crazy for a book like this growing up. She has prompts, she goes through all those basics that I was trying to figure out how to approach, she covers dialogue tagging and body language, using voice and descriptions, but it's all geared toward young writers, so it's at a level they can read, appreciate, understand, and apply. Most importantly, she encourages young writers to save everything they write.


I decided to share my latest free-write from this past session with my new writing friend. This is based on a prompt from Writing Magic. Enjoy!

And if you're looking for help for young writers, I'd definitely invest in Writing Magic!

Jason had never felt so foolish before, and he hoped he'd never feel so foolish again. All he'd wanted to do was talk to her. Why hadn't he stepped aside when he'd seen the boy coming?
It's a sure sign of disaster when a two-year-old has an ice cream cone. Make that a catastrophe when the kid trips and plunges right in your direction. Sure enough, the white ice cream had smeared all over Jason's new shirt and was currently turning his hands into those bug traps where the chances of releasing yourself from whatever you touch are impossible.
That was bad enough, but having it happen in front of Katie Haderly? The laughter from the rest of her friends still rang in his ears, and he could only imagine what he must look like. Still, the little boy stood crying over his fallen cone. Jason knelt beside him.
"Are you okay?" Jason asked, trying not to think about how sticky his hands were, covered in Vanilla Dream, or the way his shirt stuck to him.
Tears ran down the little boy's face as one of Katie's friends passed with a snide twist of her nose. Jason ignored the embarrassment climbing his cheeks. Somehow seeing how sad the boy was made his hands seem not so sticky anymore.

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