Who "Weee" are
Cathryn Anne Barkulis Smith, or as she is known as "Simply Cathryn" was born and raised in Chicago, lived in Key West, Florida, were she studied yoga. Then off to San Francisco in 1976, and as the country was celebrating its independence - so was she! Here Cathryn started her training and life-long career in Herbology, Flower Essence, Homeopathics, Naturapathics, Nutrition and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Then back to Florida where she raised her family and started her career working in the field of Holistic Health, Weight Loss and Life Coaching for the past 35 years and still resides there. Her success as a Coach and Nutritionist is reflected in 11 Tons of fat lost! As a seeker, Life and Experience has been this Medicine Women's most reliable and trusted teacher. As a teacher, Cathryn's walk returns us to the Ancient Way's reconnecting us to what we call OM or Original Medicine.
Tony Damian was born in Gettysburg, PA, grew up and raised his family in Central CT for 45 years and has spent the past 10 residing in Central Florida. Tony has Global Ancient Tribal experiences and research in healing since 1985
Usui Ryoho Traditional and Angelic Reiki Practitioner since 1998
Master/Teacher of Magnified Healing since 1998
Guided Meditation Writer/Leader since 1999
Medical Chi-Chung designed for the elderly and handicapped - Instructor since 2000
Master/Teacher of Usui Shiki Ryoho Traditional and Angelic Reiki since 2000
Graduated Florida College of Natural Health as a Nationally Certified, Massage Therapist and body-worker 2012 - Training included: CranioSacral Therapy, Reflexology, and Acupressure
Master Practitioner of Usui Pranava Reiki since 2012
Advanced Pranic Healing Practitioner since 2012
From time to time throughout my book, and “Simply Cathryn’s” workbook you will see references to “The Power of Weee.”
This is a phrase we coined together as our associated business name as well as our mantra, our walk.
“We” means myself and one or more persons together.
“Wee” means small or tiny.
“Weee” means a collective of consciousness.
Whether it is one working with the forces of nature, or two working together or on each other, or one or more with another in view, all life is a collective consciousness.
When we are aware of this and honor it, anything is possible.
The extra “e” was added to symbolize a child on a swing or going down a slide, “Weee!”