Lecture: Truth Heals- What You Hide Can Hurt You! By Deborah King

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Lecture: Truth Heals- What You Hide Can Hurt You! By Deborah King

Time: May 17, 2009 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: RVML - Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
Street: 258 A St, Suite 7 UPSTAIRS
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.rvml.org
Phone: 541-552-9119
Event Type: lecture, booksigning
Organized By: RVML Community Resource Center
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2009

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Lecture: Truth Heals: What You Hide Can Hurt You!
By Deborah King

Admission: FREE

Presentation Description:

Is something missing in your life, or are you hot on the trail for the next level of spiritual growth? Are you burdened by emotional issues? Do you have physical symptoms of stress or a physical disease that you'd like to get to the root of?

Come to this lively multi-media experiential FREE event, and let health & wellness expert, TV commentator, and national bestselling Hay House author Deborah King take you into the inner world of healing and accelerate your personal transformation. Initiations into the mysteries happen frequently! Deborah King will show you how the road to a better life starts with knowing that truth heals.

Deborah is a master healer who has blended ancient and modern modalities into a potent healing technique of her own that works on the physical body. Audience volunteers do one-on-one's with Deborah to learn the source of their problems and experience a transformation. Everybody feels the joy and unity in the room and reaches new levels of self-awareness through guided meditations.

Deborah-an attorney who left the corporate world after a dramatic healing of her own cancer-is a frequent guest on CNN, Fox News, NBC News, and other major media, and a blogger for the Huffington Post and Psychology Today. She guides thousands to improving their lives in public appearances across the country.

Original music will be performed live by composer and pianist Scott Hartley and flutist Judy Goldwater. Their music helps to establish the unified vibration and facilitates deeper experiences of healing and wholeness.

P.S. Please come and bring a friend or two. We look forward to seeing you!

Presenter's Biography:

Health & wellness expert DEBORAH KING is the national bestselling author of Truth Heals: What You Hide Can Hurt You (Hay House 2009), a TV and radio commentator, attorney, national keynote speaker, and regular blogger for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today. She also hosts her own radio show, "Truth Heals with Deborah King."

As a successful young attorney, Deborah suffered from a host of emotional and medical problems, culminating with cancer in her twenties. Her dramatic remission at the hands of a healer led her to leave the corporate arena for the alternative medical field, where she mastered ancient and modern healing systems and ultimately developed a powerful energy healing technique of her own. A master healer, she addresses both the mind and the body's health and disease processes. Deborah makes frequent appearances on national news and entertainment programs, and travels the country holding live Truth Heals events where she guides thousands to improving their lives.

Website: http://www.truthheals.com

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