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Deborah King

New York Times best-selling author, health & wellness expert, and spiritual teacher Deborah King was a successful attorney in her twenties when she was diagnosed with cancer, which began a quest for healing that would radically change her life. Her amazing recovery led her to leave the corporate arena for the field of energy medicine, where she mastered ancient and modern systems, ultimately developing a powerful technique of her own. Deborah’s energy healing and life coaching courses both teach and transform.

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Who Will You Be After You Die?
Who Will You Be After You Die? Have you ever faced a situation where you didn’t know if you’d live or die? Maybe before a major surgery. Maybe watching a car coming head-on toward... Comments
The Meaning And History Of Mala Beads
The Meaning And History Of Mala Beads Do you have trouble meditating? Would your mind rather work on your to-do list than plunge deeper into consciousness? Do old rock ‘n’ roll songs in... Comments
3 Ways to Tap Into the Power of the Summer Solstice
3 Ways to Tap Into the Power of the Summer Solstice Here are a few great tips for tapping into the Summer Solstice energy: 1. Detoxify your spirit. Like all seasonal changes, the transition to summer... Comments

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Be Your Own Shaman ~ Deborah King

This fascinating book takes you on a one-of-a-kind journey into the esoteric world of healing. You might not realize it, but just about everyone is a

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Be Your Own Shaman
Be Your Own Shaman

In Master Healer Deborah King’s uniquely informative work, you will learn both Eastern and Western concepts and techniques from the earliest recorded healing practices some 5,000 years ago all t

How to Process Emotions and Stay Centered
How to Process Emotions and Stay Centered

In this interview, not only does Deborah reveal what she personally does in terms of a daily practice for staying centered, she leads listeners through two extremely powerful meditations—one fro