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Enlightenment of Change

Feb 25, 2019

Connie‘s motivational quote today is actually a Proverb


“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly.”


How many self-help books have you read or are reading? Do they work? Were you able to implement the ideas shared in these books and create the changes you were seeking before opening the cover of the book?

So if the information is easily available and we are so well read, why is our world so messed up?

Today your host, Connie Whitman, speaks with Katherine Jegede. They are going to discuss Kate’s new book called Infinite Possibilities: How To Use the Ideas of Neville Goddard to Create the Life You Want.

Kate says, that this is neither a run-of-the-mill modern self-help book nor an attempt to make the world a better or lovelier place. Instead, it puts into the hands of the reader the ability to make life exactly what they want it to be by revealing the substance and purpose of life. With this book, the reader will be able to eliminate the delusions that keep human beings powerless.

Kate is a British television presenter and author with a background in science. She was first introduced to metaphysics as a teenager by her mother, a former yoga teacher and education specialist. She developed a penetrating and enduring fondness for the self-empowering teachings of Neville Goddard. After postgraduate research at Oxford, Kate moved to Switzerland to work at the World Health Organization, where she developed educational resources for rural communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In addition to her academic science career, Kate has worked with the BBC Science Unit and BBC Radio Oxford, and she served as news editor of the international journal Africa Health, for whom she assisted in the establishment of a learning resources and study center at one of Nigeria's forefront teaching hospitals. She has been published in the internationally acclaimed science journal Nature. Kate has also presented two science series aimed at young adults for Channel 4 in the UK, earning a BAFTA nomination.


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