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I have long taught that acknowledging and expressing our feelings is healing and empowering. This book provides a powerful road map for exactly how to do it. I highly recommend it. -- Jack Canfield, Co-author of the #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul® and The Success Principles™: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be



“Truth Heals” is spot-on accurate about what it takes to heal. Deborah King is a courageous and gifted healer. --Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Mother-Daughter Wisdom (Bantam, 2005), The Wisdom of Menopause (Bantam, revised 2006), and Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom (Bantam, revised 2006)



 “Truth Heals” is a must read for many reasons, not the least of which is that to speak one’s truth on any level requires personal courage and self-esteem. Truth is a powerful substance, whether it is one’s personal truth or becoming a container for mystical truth. Truth transforms the carrier and that is why truth heals. This book is a must read for every seeker on the path. --Caroline Myss, author of Entering the Castle and Anatomy of the Spirit.



Deborah King's Truth Heals is about the courageous act of facing the truth about one's life and the liberation that can come from this. An inspiring work for all those interested in healing themselves and others. -- Michael Murphy, Cofounder and Chairman of the Board of Esalen Institute



Truth Heals is beneficial to anyone seeking not just to live life, but to grasp it firmly in their hands and make it what they want.--Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., author of The Power Years: A User's Guide to the Rest of Your Life



We’re pleased to tell you about an important new book Truth Heals: What You Hide Can Hurt You, by Hay House author Deborah King, a health & wellness expert and frequent guest on TV. It’s a spiritual reality that the truth can change your life! –Spiritual Cinema Circle

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They say a book is a labor of love. For me this has certainly been the case. I wrote Truth Heals: What You Hide Can Hurt You because I wanted to reach as many people as possible with the message that I teach in live events: that the truth can set you free. It was my love for people I have never met but whom I know I can help that pushed me to bring this book to print.
--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House (February 15, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 140192302X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401923020
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #666,691 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
I'm a tough reader to please, particularly when it comes to self-help, healing, spiritual journeys, that sort of thing. What struck me about Truth Heals is that it is so, so open, direct, straightforward. It respects the reader like few books do. I've been very distressed with the egregious lack of truth in our society today -- in politics, in business, in the media, in religion, in our personal relationships and even within our own personal lives. We lie to each other and we lie to ourselves. Too often we don't see it that way, we think a white lie, or a deception, or just a bit of PR spin on a given issue is ok. It may be, but what Dr. King talks about, in such an open and honest manner, is that continuing to live with these lies or untruths, on whatever level, is ultimately harmful. We all know it, deep inside.

This book is really about making people face the truth about their own lives. To take responsibility for healing themselves instead of suing, blaming, offloading on others. That builds character, and that's what this world sorely needs. Strong, healthy, sane individuals.

Bravo Deborah.
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Format: Hardcover
So often we hear and speak about "healing" when what we are really hungry for is congruence. Deborah King does a beautiful job of demonstrating just what that means and showing us how being truly and deeply honest with yourself can open the door to a greater sense of aliveness and joy. This book will open your eyes to the many ways we steal our own peace of mind with little white, and even big gnarly green & red lies. Deborah has great compassion and insight into our human condition and writes in a way that allows the reader to apply these insights to his or her own unique situation. A quick and interesting read that will appeal both to the novice spiritual seeker and the seasoned adept.
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Format: Hardcover
Deborah King has written a mind and heart opening book that will appeal to all who are interested in healing themselves. Since all illness, injury and disease is caused by issues in your tissues, Deborah explains not only how we get sick but also how we can heal by living our truth. This book is enthralling as we watch Deborah go through her own awakening and then healing her childhood damage. In addition, it helps us to realize where we store negative energy in our body, how it can make us sick and then how by releasing it, we can heal. I recommend this book highly to all of my clients in addition to Deborah's workshops. Life changing material!
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Format: Hardcover
Yet another disappointing book that talks a lot *about* healing but never really gets around to telling the reader how to accomplish it. I bought this book because the front inside flap says: "Using her years of study and experience, Deborah guide you through a process..."

Really? Where?

Chapter after chapter talks *about* what an unbalanced first chakra or third chakra or sixth chakra looks like, how it manifests in the body and actions. Okay, good information. But I kept waiting for her to get around to telling me what I can DO about it. Not happening. Just more description and examples; no process.

Oh, there are tidbits here and there, sprinkled in sidebars ("Water Heals - Pour a bath, add one pound each of sea salt and baking soda, and soak for 20 minutes or more...." p. 50) but these are crumbs to starving pigeons. If taking a bath were all that's needed to rebalance an out of balance second chakra, how many people would be suffering from an imbalance?

I also have to agree with the other reviewer who commented on the heavily doctored, overly-large photo of the author on the cover (2/3 of the front of the book?). It's a bit spooky having her staring like that every time you walk by, with that cryptic smile, as if she knows something you don't. Perhaps a way to heal the imbalances she describes...but she'll never tell. At least not in this book.
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Format: Hardcover
As I've been doing lately, I received this book as a prelude to interviewing author Deborah King, Ph.D. It's a fascinating look at her journey to healing as well as that of many others. I love true stories where one shows the steps they've taken on their own path and how they've transformed and empowered themselves, leaving much of their past behind.

What I really love about this book is Deborah's willingness to reveal herself. In one chapter she states: "I expanded my specialty practice. Opposing counsel and even judges were not immune to my charms. But it was my clients, those men of means and influence who came to me for legal help, who were my personal favorites. Never could I resist a man in need, and many a client who walked through my office door reeked of need. Every one of them reminded me of Daddy. They came for advice, but I gave them much, much more."

Many women today still use this imbalance of "power" to play that game, using another's weakness for one's own gain. Dr. King recognized the imbalance and shares with us her healing.

This is a very powerful book; easy to read and understand. I recommend it.

Revvell
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Format: Hardcover
In "Truth Heals: Dismantling the Lies That Make Us Sick" author/healer Deborah King, Ph.D. reveals the details of her story of childhood abuse, both sexual and emotional, and the havoc that it wreaked in her adult life. She also shares the story of her own profound healing and transformation into a healer with great gifts. Finally, she teaches us about the healing mechanism we all possess -- how we get sick, and how to free ourselves from that damaging baggage. It's a great read, easily accessible, full of soul and fascinating, valuable information. In the process, we come to understand that we are all wounded, that our wounds are not who we are, that to fear and hide them is to help keep them in place, and that the process of healing is actually just another expression of love.
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