What is Samadhi by Kerry K?
Kerry K’s Biography
Serving the collective shift
Kerry K has been an ascension guide and pioneer of expanded human consciousness for most of her life. The real transformation came in what she describes as the “I remember who I am moment” where she experienced herself as one with All-That-Is; some call this state of being samadhi. In this heightened state of connection to Source and All-That-Is, she describes her experience as being neither a part of creation, nor separate from it, but rather the zero-point stillness of pure presence. At that time, she recounts “I was in all-knowingness, the future and the past were laid out before me in a timeless stream of the infinite and my only perception was of the perfect harmony that all of creation was held in. At that time I was both the witness to the experience as well as the experience itself, much like being the creator and creation simultaneously. This experience lasted a few hours and culminated in an inner explosion of light and love as a massive pineal gland and heart coherence occurred, since then says Kerry, “it has created a place for me to re-enter and become my life’s work to show to others how to experience the same field of consciousness.”
Kerry also hosts a live interview show called “Voices of the Heart” which airs on Facebook Live. In it she interviews light beings from around the world and gives them a platform to convey their light, ultimately creating a unified field of consciousness for all humanity to connect with.
Kerry offers sublime guided meditations and transformational courses, all of which are available online at the Samadhi Speaks shop
Samadhi Speaks, it is the “I remember who I am moment” that we all long for.
It speaks to all of us but never in words.
It is found in the silence between words, the soft pause between breaths.
It is the inaudible voice of creation sweeping through us, changing us from the inside, forever leaving it’s indelible mark of love.
It beckons us to listen to ourselves, to tune in to the wordless silence of our own essence and once there, to recognise that we are the master who has come to take us home.