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Thursday, May 22, 2014

“SHE THOUGHT. SHE COULD. SHE DID. Healing Within”



Welcome to my blog Judy .  Thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions about yourself, your book, and your business.
 Q. Tell us about your latest worktitle, genre, etc. and why you wrote it?
A. She Thought She Could She Did is the title.  Inspirational memoir/mind, body, spirit and healing.  To inspire hope help and healing to anyone who feels stuck on their own path.  I felt inspired to share my profound experience about making the immediate transition from treating my health conditions only the medical way to the holistic way.  My results were absolutely miraculous.  
 Q.   What draws you to your genre(s)? Why is this type of story compelling to you? 
A.  Because not too many people I have personally met have had the faith along with totally trusting divine guidance on their path of healing especially when it comes to chronic disease. Secondly, I always knew I have wanted to write a book to gift to my children, grandchildren and future generations that may one day inspire them on the path of conscious living.  Also, to spread the real magic, that miracles of healing really do exist and I can testify to that.  These type stories can help others begin to communicate what they have have in themselves due to feel of what others may think.  You might say it is an opportunity to help others ease out of their own cocoon.
Q.  What is your writing process like? Do you map the whole thing out or do you just let it unfold?
A.  I have kept over 100 journals throughout the years of different experiences I had.  So I gleaned information from my journals, I wrote and wrote stories that deeply moved my soul and also wrote about stories clients were able use in their own healing.  Actually, I had enough information for 3 books. 
 Q.  You mention that many of your family members are writers.  Did they write fiction or non-fiction?
A.  None of my family members are writers that I know about.
Q.   What kind of research was involved in writing your book?
A.   My writing was all on my personal experience and education that I had already acquired. 
Q.   How much of YOU makes it into your characters?
A.  What I write is who I am.  From the feedback of others they say it is just like talking with me and many of them say it brings tears to them.
Q.   How do you balance the need to have time to write with the needs of family, society, etc.?
A.  At the time of writing I was able to have the necessary office help available to allow me the space and free time.  Since I own my own company I have a little more flexibility.

Q.   Have there been any authors in particular, that inspired your writing?
A.  Dr. Wayne Dyer, Florence Shinn, Louise Hay
 Q.   Is there a story you want to tell behind or about your work(s)?
AI believe for me to continue on my path of receiving it is vital that I give back to what has been given me.  So much has been shared with me from powerful teachers and I feel so strong in my heart to keep giving back to the world pearls of wisdom and encouragement of faith.
Q.  What other projects are you currently working on or about to start?
A.  There will be 9 more books at least.  A Mother’s Love.  There will be several books with more detail on herbs and healing, also a book I will write with the Hopi’s.  I plan on waiting about 6 months before I seriously outline another even though I already have a bit compiled.
Q.  Have you ever wanted to or thought of writing a fictional book?  If so, what in genre and what is/was your inspiration?
A.  Never thought of a fiction book.  I do not feel drawn to do that right now.
QCould you share some of your marketing strategies?  Which ones are the most effective in your opinion?
A.  First through our current customers, setting up several seminars, I plan on contacting several book stores and stores that carry inspirational books/metaphysical books.  Since I am about the path of believing in the holistic healing those outlets will work well.

Q.  What would be the top five, (or 3 or 1 or however many) things you would tell aspiring authors?
A.  Write your heart out and then rewrite your heart out.  Be very patient.
Q.  When you are able to take time away from your business what do you do for fun and relaxation?
A.  Play with my grandchildren, swim, hike go to Maui.
Again, thanks Judy for taking the time to share your knowledge with us. We appreciate you and your work. Good luck with your current and future publications.
About She Thought She Could She Did 
Throughout my life I have faced numerous health challenges and other obstacles along the way. My journey became a miraculous transformation from ‘victim-hood’ to ‘victorious-hood’. Knowing one day, I would be able to graciously “gift back” the pearls of wisdom that have been gifted to me. She Thought She Could She Did is a memoir intended to Divinely inspire others by providing a platform of spiritual self-study to invoke holistic healing.

About Judy Marie Trimbur
 
The inspiration behind writing She Thought She Could She did truly was a miraculous part of my soul’s destiny from birth.  When the day arrived to unleash my memoir, it felt as though the Divine directly carved a portal to my heart.  In a short time the stories became powerful messages of hope, help and healing for many.  I am a living testimony of a “once little girl” who came from a life of deep dysfunction and unconsciously addicted to being a victim, to becoming a woman embracing a beautiful path of “authentic wellbeing.”  I clearly understand the precious steps it takes to gentle restore our broken pieces of life and transform them into our own gorgeous master piece.
For more information: 
Email: judymarie@miraclesofhealth.com                     
Blog/Website: http://www.miraclesofhealth.com/     
Excerpt:
“SHE THOUGHT. SHE COULD. SHE DID. Healing Within” is a memoir. I will describe how I learned the direct connection  between  our  mind  and  emotions  and  the  role these  two play  on  our  physical  health.  Our  emotional  and mental  state  is often the initial  cause  of  physical  ailments.
My journey has led me  to uncover the hidden connections between  the  mind,  body,  and  spirit.  I  have  come  to understand and accept wholeheartedly, that mending my soul (my spiritual self), is an essential part of the healing process. Our   thoughts,   questions,   and   desires   impact   our existence,  as  the  Universe  responds  to  our  vibrations.  We are  also  granted  the  opportunity  to  learn  from  others  who encourage  and  help  us along  our  paths. Wherever our  own individual  adventure  may  lead,  healing  and  well-being  is always available for us.
The  journey  begins  with hope;  (She thought)  hope  for a  better  tomorrow, having faith that things can change and believing  that change will come. As  we  start  walking  with this  hope,  through  our  own  experiences  we  gain  strength to  venture  out  of  our  “comfort  zone.”  Our  instincts  and intuition move  us out of  the  comfort  of  “surviving”  in the “uncomfortable.” 
Although  we  are  stepping  outside  our comfort  zone,  it is  actually a  deeper  familiarity  than  what we  have been living. We  must trust in taking the first steps onto the bridge of life, as  it will take us across  the abyss of the “un-known” and lead us into the “knowing.” Similar to a  delicate  baby  bird  struggling to  fly  for  the  first  time, 
its wings must develop and gain strength before it attempts the freedom  of  flight.  We  develop  our  wings  of  faith  through trusting  each  step  and  the  lessons  that  allow  us  to  learn, heal, and grow. Allowing this natural  process to take place expands  our  spiritual  wings.  (She  could)  Eventually,  we start  to come  into  a  clearer  awareness  of  our  knowing,  as we  reach  the  other  side  of  the  bridge. On the other side of the  bridge  is where  we  have  arrived  home. (She did)  Like Dorothy  in  The Wizard of  Oz began  in a  place  of  turmoil, and followed the ‘yellow brick road’ that lead her away from the  mayhem  of  her  life.  On  this  adventure  she  discovered herself which brought her full circle  and back into a deeper understanding of “home.”
The  bridge  of  life  is  filled  with  family,  friends,  and teachers.  There  are  three  phases  in  crossing  the  bridge  of life. First we see the light of hope, or the bridge itself. Next we  journey  across  the  bridge,  taking it  one  step  at  a  time, one day at  a time strengthening our faith. Reaching the last segment  of  the  bridge,  “our  knowing”  is  where  our  life truly begins  to flourish.  Igniting our inner  knowing means coming to a place of utter trust in the unknown. Here’s where we  inhale  a  fresh  breath  of  ease  and  purpose  into  the  new paradise  of  possibilities.  After  all,  “there  is  no  place  like home.” Home being a place where we feel highly blessed, our body, mind and spirit flows with clean energy, purity of heart and wellbeing.
We  may  find our  curiosity stirred  as  we  reflect  on  our lives, questioning “Who am I?” “Where am I going?” “What is  my  purpose?”  My  experience  has  been  a  breath-taking progression  of  stepping  stones,  while  walking  ‘the  bridge of  destiny.’ Just  from  buying this  book  and  proceeding  to read “She Thought, She Could, She Did,” you are allowing yourself to tap into your best amazing self. At the end of each chapter the book includes lessons and exercises, intended to act  as  a  catalyst  for  “you,” the  reader, that  will help guide you on your own path.
Extract from She Thought She Could She Did by Judy Marie Trimbur