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Dec. 7, 2023

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New book takes readers on colorful journey through healing and transformation

The Columbian

VANCOUVER – New release “I AM… A Bright Rainbow” from first-time author Loraine G. Mádian is a body/mind/spirit book that takes readers on a journey of finding a sense of calm, hope, enlightenment, wisdom and self-love.

This illustrated holistic guide provides practical tools to lead all ages to a rainbow-inspired journey through the chakras and the role they play in the flow of energy in the body. Combining her research on Eastern healing philosophy and her experience as a family psychotherapist and mindfulness teacher, Mádian uses a lyrical story to put the reader as the main character and show the connections between colorful rainbows and chakras, thus facilitating balance, healing and empowerment.

“People need coping skills and to know their authentic selves to heal and live in today’s society of media, pandemic, family conflict, internal struggles, fears,” the author states.

“This is a beautiful and timely offering. It is rare to find a book that so simply and elegantly teaches the chakra system. Loraine (Metta) offers us a gift of profound beauty. Enjoy it!” —Michael Malone, renowned therapist, coach, and teacher.

Loraine G. Mádian practices family psychotherapy and coaching in Vancouver. After earning a degree in psychology from the University of California, she studied with Bastyr University and The Wellness Institute. Today, Loraine is a clinical hypnotherapist, mindfulness teacher, and a witness to the profound healing and transformation that occurs through the guidance of chakra alignment.

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