Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Sara Chetkin | The Healing Curve: A Catalyst to Consciousness

 

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S y n o p s i s 

The Healing Curve explores the possibilities of using every life experience, good or bad, to unearth and remove faulty belief systems that prevent us from seeing the incredible abundance and freedom that is and always has been ours to enjoy. We are infinite, powerful and wise, and we can awaken to a life free from fear, worry and self-deception. The Healing Curve reminds us that healing is more than a physical experience. Genuine restoration unveils the Self and awakens the seeker. It requires openness, enduring courage, honest inquiry into the self and, ultimately, total surrender.

The Healing Curve chronicles such a journey. On one level it is a book about the ardent quest for true and lasting restoration from scoliosis. The story begins in the physical, leading us across the United States, Brazil, New Zealand and Europe, encountering healers, exploring cathedrals and meditating in gas stations. But the journey often ventures inward, offering up powerful truths about our potential as human beings and how we can access this potential to create joyful and abundant lives. With each experience the seeker shares her spiritual insights as she realizes her own limitations and strives for awareness and deeper understanding of herself and her place in the world. 

B i o 

Sara Chetkin was born in Key West, Florida in 1979. At the age of 15 she was diagnosed with severe scoliosis and spent much of the next fifteen years traveling the world seeking healing and spiritual insight. These travels and explorations are the basis for The Healing Curve. ​In 2001 she graduated Dr. Gedes, Sao Paulo, Brazil from Skidmore College with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. After graduation, she moved to Somerville, MA where she worked in various cafes and restaurants while pursuing an education in herbal medicine as well as in spiritual studies at Delphi University, McCaysville, Georgia. In 2004 Sara began a Masters program at The New England School of Acupuncture, and in 2007 earned a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is a Ro-Hun therapist and an ordained minister with the Church of Wisdom, Delphi University. She lives in New York state with her husband, Brecht, and their son, Adrian.

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