Kanta Bosniak is an author, artist, coach and interfaith minister with over 40 years experience as a spiritual growth teacher.
Kanta is a nationally recognized expert on what she calls “Abundance Triggers” : using art, interior design and other anchors to enhance positive focus. She has had solo shows in PBS and NPR radio galleries, at UNCW, Omega Institute and Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment. Group shows have included both the Perspectives and Armory Galleries at Virginia Tech, liturgical art shows, churches, and galleries throughout the East Coast.
Kanta’s altar art in collaboration with Diane Porter Goff was included in the book, Beautiful Necessity, which profiled inspirational women artists. Her work appeared in “RAW VISION”, once voted the “Best Art Magazine” by UNESCO. She was twice Artist-in-Residence at Omega Institute. Collectors of Kanta’s art include a Nobel Prize Winner, a popular television actress, several authors, a U.S. National champion athlete and people of all walks of life.
Book publications include Bye, Bye, Mr. Malicious! Lose Weight in Alpha State, Abundance Triggers, The Becoming Process: A New Paradigm for Life Change, Love Poems, Awakened Love, Twin Flames, Sacred Love, Welcome to the World, and many more.
She has published additional guided imagery as Audible Audiobooks available on Amazon. These include Surviving Cancer: A Sacred Journey for Women, Lose Weight in Theta State,and Abundance Triggers: A Journey of Self- Discovery, Surviving Cancer: A Sacred Journey for Men, Sweet Dreams! Guided Imagery for Peaceful Sleep, and “Sweet Dreams for Kids! Guided Imagery for Peaceful Sleep, all with music by her son, Joshua Bosniak.
Kanta’s magazine publications include feature articles in New Age Journal, Kindred Spirit, Om Times, SageWoman, Magical Blend, Tidewater Women (cover interview), Point of Light, The Edge, Oracle 20/20, Studies in Education, and many more.
Kanta presents workshops at colleges, universities, educational institutions, churches and holistic centers throughout the country. She is an award-winning member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and has served on the faculty of the NGH Conference and AAEH Conferences.
Additional speaking venues include Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E, Virginia Tech’s Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention, in conjunction with her “Mentors of the Peace” solo show and workshop, Columbia, Kutztown University in conjunction with her “Icons” solo show, UNCW in conjunction with her “Art of Healing” show and workshop, SUNY New Paltz and Yale Universities in conjunction with “Colleges Against Cancer” and the American Cancer Society, presenter at Radford University’s “Emerging Therapies” course for nursing students. She is listed in Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who in the World. Kanta lives in Southwestern Virginia.