Me and a sunflowerA little about me

Welcome to my blog!  My name is Keiko Katsuta.  I was born and grew up in Japan and moved to the U.S. in fall, 2003.

I met my spiritual teacher when I was 18.  Since then, exploring my life path and living in my authenticity as much as possible have become my life style.

I took a 700-hour Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy course in 2005 and 2006 which taught me how to hold space for a person’s wholeness, how to understand how our belief systems and patterns are created and how to release them.  By practicing the therapy for almost 10 years, I was privileged to be with a lot of transformations in my clients as a sacred and safe space facilitator.

The passion in healing allowed me to get into art as well.   In 2011, I started to draw healing mandalas to help people meditate more easily and deeply and heal by holding space for the theme that I want to draw and conveying the energy into shapes and colors.

All these precious experiences as a healer and artist helped me become who I am now, and I think it’s time to share the teachings and tips that I learned with you all.


About this blog

The goal of this blog is to give you tools and tips so you embody your authentic-self more and live more fulfilled life.

When you look back your life, you probably can think of some experiences that you felt like you were stuck emotionally and mentally, and then your actions followed accordingly, right?  Not just being stuck at that time, but you probably realize that you still fall into that pattern from time to time now as well.

In order to live your life fully, it is essential to aware of those patterns, embrace them and let them go.  I know that saying is easier than acting on it.  Just thinking about facing those patterns make you feel overwhelmed.

So, this blog introduces you step-by-step methods of how to identify the core of the issues, how to embrace them and how to let them go layer by layer.  Also, I always try to make them as much fun as I can by combining the skills that I learned in art and in my spiritual practice.