Here’s to Good-byes and New Beginnings

Hi Everyone!

I am ending this blog and want to thank you for reading my posts.

The site will stay up for now.

I am currently writing a book which has been in manuscript form for about 9 years, and it must be finished and marketed. I do have an agent interested. It will be illustrated with my own original abstract art.


The topic is on Menopause, Kundalini and Sexual Alchemy.

Sexual Alchemy is the union of spirituality and sexual activity and can be channeled for physical and emotional healing of the self and others. It often results in continuous brilliant creativity, creative focus and energy.  It can help create stability within an individual during chaos and disruption if a protocol, practice or ritual has been developed with that intent.

The union of these three topics is relatively new.  Each of these topics by themselves, let alone in combination, are things  that Western culture fears, ignores, jokes about or is suspicious of. Yet the survival of our world needs women who have integrated these experiences well, are healing the collective unconscious of the Divine Feminine free of religious dogma,  and are living OUT LOUD, each in their own way, with the hidden wisdom that we have been privy to through trial and fire.

And I can say, at age 61, that much of what is out there on these topics, with the exception of health and wellness for women’s life cycles,  is confusing, inaccurate or deliberately misleading and divisive.

This is the book I wish I had been able to read over ten years ago.

If you’d like to be kept on my mailing list for updates and the book’s launch, please sign up at on my contact page.

Blessings to you and yours and thank you for your readership over the years!

Cate Frazier-Neely

Featured image: “Immaculate Conception,” hand-painted collage papers on 4″ x 4″ birch panels, CFN


  1. go Kate Go!!!! This is fantastic and I am so proud of your commitment and perseverance. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and may 2018 go far beyond our wildest dreams in the best of ways!!!!

    Debbie >


  2. Just came across your wonderful, informative site and it’s four years too late – sort of. My daughter, 21, lyric soprano and college senior was told at her audition she had “all the tools – voice, looks and personality” to succeed. What her professor didn’t tell her was the “opportunities” that she should pursue to position herself for that career launch after graduation. Consequently we discovered barely a year ago, quite by accident, the world of training and young artist programs and competitions. We scrambled last fall to do several applications and was invited to audition to several good programs – she’s been accepted at two mid-level training programs and a high-level competition. What’s my point? Although her professor had 22 years of professional opera experience and was an excellent vocal coach she fell short as a “mentor”. Your articles, practical and to the point, are filling that gap and we thank you for that. We wish you nothing but the best in your new endeavor.


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