Kirana Haag – A transformational artist, channeling with a paintbrush

Meet Kirana Haag

Kirana is a Transformational Artist, clairvoyant and clairsentient, a channel with a paintbrush. Painting for her is a physical and ethereal process, a fast and strong dance with light.

Tell us a little about yourself – where are you from and who and what is important in your life?

I was born in Germany, I travelled a lot in my life, always inspired by colours and lived for a long time in Broome.
I love deep and honest heartfelt connections.

We all have previous chapters in our stories – Tell me about your working life/business experiences before now?

I started my career as a nurse and then moved into homoeopathy and energetic healing.
I have always been able to see colour/auras around people and in our surroundings.
I used this ability in my healing work and use it now in my artworks to support our spaces with beauty and colour long before we get unwell.

Assuming you are now in “Your Next Chapter”, what led you here? Tell us about your purpose, your why, the difference you want to make, who you are called to serve?

It is my purpose to connect people to themselves and their hearts and therefore to each other. I bring love and beauty and remind us of the colourful beings we are.
I believe in God and that my skills are of service to our world in a small and gentle colourful way.

What did you find most challenging about getting started/moving in a new direction?

To believe in myself and believe that my work is of value.

What have you found most fulfilling?

Those moments when I realise that I can do what I love most, express through colour and abstract form. I feel fully myself then, pure and open.

Have you experienced self-doubt? What causes it to flare and how do you work through it when it hits?

I doubt myself easily and often, often connected to a hardness around income= success.
I listen within deeper, to my wise inner woman and I pray and listen to God to overcome my doubts.

How do you feel you have grown since you started?

I have learnt a massive amount about business and owning it in that true sense, I have learnt, that I can fully stand on my own two feet, that I have leadership skills and I have gained confidence.
And I am learning to trust.

What has been most effective for you when it comes to sharing your message and attracting clients?

Meeting people personally and build a relationship.

Have you developed any particular habits/strategies that facilitate getting things done in your business?

I am planning my week clearly, getting things done and leaving space for beauty and enjoyment.

Why do you feel women in the 40’s and beyond make fabulous entrepreneurs?

We’ve generally speaking had years of taking on a very strong leadership role in building our own family,we’ve had to juggle many tasks at once and make many independent decisions all day long. We’ve learned to be a carer, lover, healer and guide, at the same time contribute to family income (if not being the sole breadwinner). These are all attributes we need to be a fabulous entrepreneur!

What would you say to other women who are standing on the edge of their own Next Chapter, not sure if they can take the leap?

Take the risk and try it, it is so worth it.
It is like stepping into a new relationship with yourself and living a full life.

What’s next for you? Share your vision with us!

My vision for this year is to double my income in my own business and with that be fully self-sustaining through my art.

This year is also about the continuing of my art&yoga groups, them becoming regular and expanding internationally, being healing and bringing a stronger connection to ourselves

My big vision is to be worldwide commissioned for artworks in places which are in need of colour and deeper connection, creating places for us to connect to and fall in love with.

When I’m facing a something new and challenging I…
am rather withdrawn and quiet.
I know my greatest strengths are…
My hugs, my smile, my ability to see and love and connect and to express through colour on canvas
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
To take one step at a time, pause, and then take the next, never forgetting to breathe deeply.
One of my favourite books is…
I love reading and am surrounded by books, my favourite books are those which trigger while artworks in me.
My favourite Podcast is…
I’m actually not a Podcast listener.
My favourite business tool or resource is…
My hands and feet.
My favourite quote is…
You are not alone.
Not many people know that I…
Love very loud and fast music, from classical to heavy metal and dance lots and often.

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Angela Raspass

Mentoring women in their 40's and beyond to build sustainable businesses blending contribution, fulfilment and financial reward.

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