A flaming book launch for

2019-06-12 06:01
Mala Naidoo (left) and Alison Humphries Engelbrecht at her book launch. PHOTO: facebook

Mala Naidoo (left) and Alison Humphries Engelbrecht at her book launch. PHOTO: facebook

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BACK by popular demand having already launched her book A Flaming Challenge on May 15, biomedical research scientist Mala Naidoo will host a repeat launch of her book at the Victoria Country Club on June 19.

“I have written this book from personal experiences to inspire and motivate patients to take responsibility for their wellness by making the correct lifestyle choices in order to reap the best results together with their medication,” said Naidoo. Naidoo says that her book is nature’s template for renewed wellness in chronic disease and auto-immune conditions, not just looking at the disease but treating the patient wholly to manifest a symptom-free life.

“According to medical science I should be in a wheelchair. I defied these limiting beliefs. The human body and mind have the most astounding ability to find balance and harmony. My passion and awe for the innate intelligence of the human being is my secret to surviving the many disasters life has dealt me.

“I am walking proof that the human body and mind has an extraordinary ability to heal itself while using medication as a crutch. This book is an inspiration to heal from the inside out,” said Naidoo.

Naidoo states that her book will appeal to the millions in the world that are experiencing stress today.

“The stressful lifestyle and demands of modern society are creating havoc in our body and mind — from teenagers to late adulthood. Stress is an epidemic in the Western world, and an extremely costly one. According to the World Health Organisation depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide in terms of total years lost due to disability,” said Naidoo.

A biomedical research scientist, International Resonance Repatterning practitioner and a motivational wellness speaker on stress, chronic disease and auto-immune conditions, Naidoo is passionate about using quantum mechanics and neurobiology to empower people to heal physically and emotionally and via this book hopes to reach people who are desperate for an effective way to manage and eradicate stress and their chronic disease symptoms.

“My story includes success from personal challenges with finances, relationship and health, hence the book will have something that every reader can relate to and benefit from,” said Naidoo who will be at the Victoria Country Club on June 19 from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm. Call 079 894 4784 to book.

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