Karen Kingston Courses
PO Box 11171
Sleaford NG34 4FR
Each course consists entirely of posts to a secure, private message board.
You can log on to the message board at any time of the day or night to read my posts and comments and make your own posts and comments. There are no video calls, so there is no need to log on at a specific time.
A new step is posted every three days. You will get the most from the course if you action the step within that time period and make a post about it. You are also welcome to ask questions about it, if you need to. The interactive dialogue between me and the participants, and between the participants themselves, is an essential component of each course.
The course material will remain online until the end of a course so that if anyone falls behind they can catch up as soon as possible.
It’s entirely up to you how much time you spend reading the message board and actioning the steps of a course.
As a general guideline, I suggest you visit the message board a couple of times per day (for example, morning and evening), and spend as much additional time as you can actioning each of the steps.
In practice, the posts of other participants are usually so interesting that many people like to spend extra time reading and commenting on them, although I do ask that no one makes more than two or three comments to each step so that it doesn’t create too much content for others to comfortably be able to read.
I sometimes offer more than one course in the same month. Taking two or more courses simultaneously is possible but is not recommended unless you have the time and commitment to do so. Most participants find that it works best to take one course at a time and do it in depth.
One of the reasons my courses are so successful is because of the care that is taken to preserve anonymity and confidentiality. This helps each person to feel able to be open and honest in their posts, which allows me to help everyone to get the most value from the experience.
Last names and contact details are not allowed on the message board. Most participants choose to use their real first name. It’s also fine to use a nickname.
It is also a condition of participating in a course that each person agrees not to share the content with anyone outside the course. This includes my posts and other people’s posts, both during the course and after it has finished.
For clutter clearing courses, if home is where all your stuff is then yes, you will need to be at home during most of the course in order to do the steps. If you need to be away for a few days during a course, that’s fine. Just catch up as soon as you can when you get back.
There is no need to be at home when taking The Seven Levels of Consciousness course.
Clutter Clearing Courses
You will get the most from my clutter clearing courses if you take them in this order:
Each is designed as stand-alone course. It’s therefore also fine to start with whichever course you can and take the other courses next time they are offered, or you may find that one course is all you need. The important thing, if you have clutter, is to make a start on clearing it!
If you need help with clothes clutter or want to go deeper, you can also take these courses:
Conscious Living Courses
It works best to take these courses after you have cleared your clutter, or at least made substantial inroads into doing so:
The Seven Levels of Consciousness course is an advanced course, so it is only open to those who have already taken at least one other course first.
Space Clearing Courses
After the two volumes of our new space clearing book have been published, Richard and I are planning to offer courses about various aspects of space clearing too.
You will have access from the first day of the course until midnight US Pacific Time on the last day of the course, when it will be taken offline and deleted. Please be sure to read everything you wish to read before then. No missed course material can be supplied to any participant after the end of any course in any circumstances. After it’s been deleted, it’s gone.
The best way to access a course is using a computer or a laptop because more more of the virtual space passes when you use a bigger screen. It’s also possible to access a course using a tablet or smartphone (many participants do).
A lovely camaraderie develops between participants, which is partly due to the virtual space that I create and hold during a course and partly due to each person having a recent photo of themselves next to every post they make. Without the photo, it wouldn’t work nearly so well.
Your name, email address, and location in the world are all kept completely confidential, so you will simply be known by your first name (or a nickname you choose) and your photo. It is quite simple to upload your own photo or, if you prefer, you can send it by email and I will upload it for you. This needs to be done within the first three days of a course.
Anyone who has attended one of my space clearing workshops will know that one of the skills I have cultivated over the last 40+ years is being able to create high-level spaces in rooms and buildings. Since 2005, I have also developed the ability to do this virtually. So during each online course, I open a virtual space that facilitates passing my teachings and allows participants to access deeper levels of insights.
To my knowledge, there is no one else in the world teaching public online courses through consciously created virtual spaces like this, so I am pioneering this technology. It requires the development of specific subtle body structures that can take many years to build through particular forms of meditation and other spiritual practices.
I feel very strongly how important it is that some forerunners at this time develop the use of internet technology to pass teachings at this level so that it will be available to generations yet to come. What a sad world it will be when we all live in virtual reality (which is sure to come and is happening very fast now) if it is devoid of spiritual dimension.
More information: What’s different about my online courses
I’ve been asked if participating in my online courses can count towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The answer is no, because they are designed as personal courses, not professional, and the number of hours each person invests will differ greatly.
You can read the testimonials of previous participants here: