Happy New Year

G. Kamana Hunter
G. Kamana Hunter


As I sat in front of my desk at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, I stared out the window at the cold gray sky in Manhattan.  I had been working as a Research Associate in the Integrative Medicine Department with plans to go to medical school.  But being there was not longer bringing me a sense of purpose.  The energy of helping cancer patients had faded. Coincidentally, my second apprenticeship in Intuitive Healing was coming to an end.  I had come to the fork in the road. Do I become a Doctor or a Healer?

Though I still admired doctors, I knew that my intuitive gifts and creative needs were not a good fit for the medical field.  I had made my decision.  I would become a Healer.

It has been ten years since I first started my private practice as a Healer in Manhattan. Starting my own practice was a passionate risk that took me on an adventure to many new places. I feel fortunate to have a following in NY, Santa Fe, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Hawaii and abroad. It is because of the support of clients like you that I have been able to make my dream job become a reality.  My private practice birthed the Bluestone Institute for Healing Arts which trained other Healers in Intuitive Healing.  It was also my test kitchen for developing the Bloodline Healing method for trans-generational healing.  Working with clients one-on-one even inspired my debut memoir:  “The Invisible Burden: A Memoir of Generational Healing”, which will be on Amazon this April.  It has been a fruitful decade.
I reflect fondly on the many curious and wonderful faces that have walked through my door. Thank you to all my clients for trusting me to be your guide to a brighter and fuller expression of our shared humanity.

My new policies and updated rates are now on my website https://gkhunter.com/sessions-policies/ . I will also be posting a calendar of upcoming workshops on my website shortly.

I foresee this next year being one of major milestones and positive changes. Like a horse, it will move fast and true.  May your fruitful projects bring you new found fulfillment. As we celebrate this New Year, I thank you for being a part of my journey.


G. K. Hunter

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