MORAGA, Calif. (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
In her new book Rising from the Abyss: My Journey into and out of Chronic Illness (published by Balboa Press) author Holly Reese, MSOM, L.Ac., describes her complicated and emotional journey as she succumbs to a rare autoimmune illness called Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder. Reese submits to the harsh cycle of Western drugs before she decides to quit and embark on her own healing journey using alternative medicine.
Reese feels that Western medicine has failed her in many ways. Her book highlights the flawed aspects of the U.S. health care system with its overreliance on the pharmaceutical industry and focuses instead on alternatives to Western medicine that help nourish the whole body, mind and spirit.
I want to inspire hope and let people know they can accomplish the impossible, come from the bottom of the abyss and create wellness for themselves, said Reese My goal is to encourage people to take action, manifest the health they want and get their own lives back.
Reese is an acupuncturist, herbalist, wellness coach and founder of the Inspire Wellness Center. She seeks to guide individuals back to health using natural and holistic healing alternatives such as acupuncture, nutritional remedies, qigong, meditation and educational tools.
More information is available at http://www.risingfromtheabyss.com or http://www.inspirewellnesscenter.com.
Rising from the Abyss
By Holly Reese, MSOM, L.Ac.
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 364 pages | ISBN 9781452564036
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 364 pages | ISBN 9781452564012
E-Book | 364 pages | ISBN 9781452564029
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Holly Reese is a California board-licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. She is the founder of the Inspire Wellness Center. She also holds certifications in medical qigong, acupressure, hypnotherapy and past life regression. Also, as a certified personal trainer and martial arts instructor, Reese has rigorously studied kinesiology, qi, energy work and meditation for more than 30 years. She holds two black belts, one in tae kwon do and the other in choy lay fut kung fu. She graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. This is her first book.
Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, Inc. a leading provider in publishing products that specialize in self-help and the mind, body, and spirit genres. Through an alliance with indie book publishing leader Author Solutions, Inc., authors benefit from the leadership of Hay House Publishing and the speed-to-market advantages of the self-publishing model. For more information, visit balboapress.com. To start publishing your book with Balboa Press, call 877-407-4847 today. For the latest, follow @balboapress on Twitter.
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I am interested in hearing about the concept of “psychic healing”. I have heard that many illnesses can be caused by negative energies, or a person’s own personal expieriences or attitudes within their daily lifestyle. In other words, illnesses are sometimes more of a “psychic” issue, than a “physical” issue. If anyone can give me any information about psychic healing, then I am interested in hearing it. But the main thing I am looking for is information about how certain parts of the body can relate to a specific spiritual imbalance within a person’s life.
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