Over the past two years, external events have forced us to let go in a variety of ways. In this show, Christine and author/journalist Cate Montana talk about the power of letting go—whether it’s letting go of routine, a job, relationships, beliefs, or even self-identity. They share how releasing those things which once felt important can paradoxically lead to a more expansive existence.
The author of Unearthing Venus: My Search for the Woman Within and co-author of The Heart of the Matter with Dr. Darren Weissman, Cate has a master’s degree in humanistic psychology and writes and teaches about the ego, transpersonal and transcendent consciousness, quantum physics and evolution.
A journalist for almost 30 years, she served as the NW Bureau Chief and editor for the national Native American paper Indian Country Today and has written for Seattle Magazine and numerous other Northwest publications. While editor of The Bleeping Herald newsletter for the hit indie film What the Bleep Do We Know!, she interviewed physicists, biochemists, and consciousness researchers writing about and demystifying quantum mechanics and consciousness for lay audiences.
Currently she writes for magazines and blogs for The Huffington Post. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.