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  • Paperback: 212 pages
  • Publisher: O Books; Reprint edition (30 Mar. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184694855X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846948558
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 0.8 x 21.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,660,824 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Half a century - from illness to healing. What were the steps, how did it happen? How do thoughts and beliefs create healing? Author Deborah Lloyd shares her transformative journey from being stricken with polio at age 3, to becoming a physically graceful and serene woman. Through her work as a Reiki Master and certified holistic therapy practitioner, she teaches others the importance of believing all things are possible and methods to create healing in their lives.
In Believe and it is True, Deborah takes us on an exciting journey. While appreciating her early traditional belief system, she shares her path of embracing a broader understanding of spirituality and alternative healing methods. Learning the energy healing method of Reiki, finding solace in connecting with deceased relatives, and working through deep emotional wounds with a shamanic intuitive healer are just a few of her experiences along this amazing path. These experiences are encased in thirty-three life lessons that Deborah discovered during this journey, lessons that will resonate with those seeking mind, body and spiritual healing. Her story reveals how every person has the ability to heal.

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Authentic and moving. Deborah Lloyd shares a down to earth and intimate story that will inspire courage, trust, and help us remember that 'miracles' are our human birthright. An unforgettable journey into the deeper, and often-overlooked, aspects of healing. --(Llyn Roberts, M.A., Author of Shamanic Reiki and Shapeshifting into Higher Consciousness)

By sharing her own courageous experiences with spiritual and physical healing, Deborah Lloyd inspires us to take the next step on our journey. The message of this book is one that radiates hope and encouragement for anyone seeking a more profound relationship with inner peace. --(Carole J. Obley, Author of I'm Still with You)

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Usui and Karuna Reiki Master and certified holistic therapy practitioner, Deborah Lloyd, conducts workshops and trainings in Reiki and other holistic modalities.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eleanor Stoneham on 15 Aug. 2012
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"When we say yes to God-given opportunities, then wonderful things happen." This is life-lesson 4 of 33 such lessons. There is one at the end of each short chapter, in this moving story of Lloyd's own healing journey, emotionally, spiritually and physically, from the wounds of crippling polio contracted when she was a pretty three year old to where she finds herself today, as truly blessed and called to bring the message of Divine Healing to others for a better world for us all.
Lloyd is a conventional white Catholic Christian American. But that does not stop her from following her intuitions, listening to moments of synchronicity, believed to be messages from God, and exploring for herself several different healing methods, beyond her own religious traditions. She learns about the healing energies of Reiki, (becoming a Reiki Master herself), finds personal growth in yoga practice, through psychic medium sessions realises that we are united in life and in death with our loved ones, uses meditation, Past Life Regression Therapy, and Intuitive Shamanic Healing to connect not only with Spirit, but ultimately with Jesus Himself. In fact the journaling she is called to do as part of her own healing process becomes this book she has been called to write as little by little she recounts how she is becoming her own healer. And she recognises the paradox of a strength that comes out of our weakness, which is available to help others on their own healing journeys towards making a better world for us all: an echo of my own interest in the Wounded Healer concept for social healing.
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“Believe and It Is True” is an inspiring real-life story of faith, courageous exploration and spiritual healing. As I read Deborah Lloyd’s life story, the numerous blessings she has received as she opened to new forms of spiritual healing seemed to flow right off the page and into my heart. She is surely the ideal author to introduce readers to the various aspects of New Age spirituality, for her sincere and humble voice instantly inspires trust. She grew up in a Catholic family, and although she still maintains her Catholic faith, in her quest for healing she has gradually discovered practices such as Reiki, yoga and meditation, and gradually opened to ideas such reincarnation, channeling, past life regression, and synchronicities – and as a result, witnessed profound miracles in her life and a blossoming of her heart and mind into new levels of joy and communion with God. It is a delight to walk with her through these discoveries, and deeply touching to hear of the many ways in which her life has changed. She has not only overcome severe physical limitations but a very negative self-image formed through a crippling illness in childhood, and emerged stronger than any doctor thought possible, and with great gifts to share with us. Her beautiful faith has only deepened throughout this process, and readers will surely also find their own faith enhanced, no matter what their spiritual orientation may be. Each of the book’s chapters ends with a lesson conveying a spiritual truth, such as, “When we say ‘yes’ to God-given opportunities, wonderful things happen.” My sincere recommendation is, say yes to “Believe and It Is True” – and watch as healing miracles start manifesting in your own life.

~Ram Das Batchelder, author of “Rising in Love: My Wild and Crazy Ride to Here and Now, with Amma, the Hugging Saint”
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We all have 'baggage' that we carry with us in life, and this author's baggage and main challenge was polio, which she contracted as a child. In this heartwarming biography/inspirational story she shares with readers how she found the courage to explore spiritual practices, from Reiki to shamanic healing, and more. In an attempt to follow her heart and discover - despite her catholic upbringing - that Spirit (or God, for those who prefer this more traditional term) can manifest in many untraditional ways and help heal those who seek to see beyond what they've been taught as young children.

Deborah Lloyd shares not only her life experience but also her life lessons, that can be applied in many situations - and she inspired me to further explore different spiritual practices that I was only vaguely aware of before reading this book. I am a political writer, turned spiritual writer, and am also a skeptic who needs grounded evidence in order to be convinced that things really are what they appear to be. The author provided plenty of 'grounded spirituality' which resonated with me and allowed me not only to enjoy and benefit from reading her book, but to also recommend it to anyone who faces challenges in life and is not afraid to explore spirituality in order to grow and overcome - not only their difficulties, but also their fears.

Daniela I. Norris, author of 'On Dragonfly Wings: a skeptic's journey to mediumship' and 'Collecting Feathers: tales from The Other Side'
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By Helen on 2 Jun. 2014
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What’s the saying?
‘Never judge another until you have walked a mile in their shoes?’
Reading Deborah’s personal insight into healing taught me how to write about sadness without eliciting pity, and how to describe personal challenges without invoking a sense of guilt in others. She describes how she accepted her fate of contracting polio in childhood and doing her best to get on with her life. With her own Catholic faith to comfort her; she chose a life of nurturing and helping others, whilst her own needs were neatly tucked away, not to cause problems for others. Her intellectual ordering of her own life helped me view her suffering from a perspective of comfortable empathy.
Then she took me along a different path.
She started to view her life and its events on an emotional level. Her interest in other faiths flourished and she accessed the brave spirit within herself. Self-healing started to feature on her agenda and as her doctors agreed, miraculous physical healing occurred. As she shares her experiences, so she is fulfilling her dream of helping others, by creating the ripple effect that she knows and feels so deeply.
I wish I could have attended ‘The Great Shoe Event ‘– it was a momentous step along the path.
However, Deborah has invited many to join her on the road to self-healing and I, for one, am glad to have had the privilege of her personal insights and encouragement along the way.
A heart-warming and uplifting read for those who find themselves lost on a lonely road; a guide-map for those who have discovered exciting new routes and are keen to explore.
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