You Heal You: inspirational & miraculous healing stories of modern day warriors
“I am an ordinary person who has experienced something extraordinary. I firmly believe you don’t have to be special to experience a miracle and heal yourself. We all have the innate capacity to contribute to our recovery, become modern day warriors, and rescue ourselves.”
Jane G. Doyle spent a good deal of her adult life in physical and emotional pain caused by illnesses that were not diagnosed by her traditional doctors. Their tests could tell her nothing about the cause of her headaches, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, weight gain, or various physical aches that were unrelenting and debilitating. She participated in drug trials and was a constant visitor to pain management clinics, but nothing worked.
It was the act of international terrorism on 9/11 that prompted Doyle to begin her healing journey. This one event caused her to realize that life was passing her by and that she could no longer wait to feel better to do the things she loved. The most important to her at that time was to go visit the land of her family’s heritage, Scotland, and to do it alone. It was there that she first began to feel her symptoms lessening and experienced a transformative mystical connection to the land that eased her soul.
Doyle’s book You Heal You: Inspirational & Miraculous Healing Stories of Modern Day Warriors is comprised of three sections that detail her fourteen-step journey of recovery, followed by a fourth section of healing stories by others. Although Doyle is obviously a Christian, this book will appeal to anyone regardless of their spiritual or religious beliefs. Her willingness to leave her comfort zone, try nontraditional treatments, and travel around the world seeking healing infuses the reader with the energy and desire to do so also. This book reads like the kind, encouraging words of a dear friend and will quickly be your dog-eared, note-covered travel companion. I cannot recommend it enough.
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|Author||Jane G Doyle|
|Page Count||176 pages|
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|Category||Spirituality & Inspiration|