Deborah King is a New York Times Bestselling author, meditation teacher, popular speaker and the leading authority on energy medicine. Born and raised in California, Deborah’s desire to improve the lives of others originally lead her to law, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of San Francisco,…
Deborah King is a New York Times Bestselling author, meditation teacher, popular speaker and the leading authority on energy medicine. Born and raised in California, Deborah’s desire to improve the lives of others originally lead her to law, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of San Francisco, and Juris Doctor from the University of California at Davis. It was while working as a prosecutor in the office of the California Attorney General that Deborah’s compassion for the less fortunate and need to help was realized.
When Deborah was still in her twenties, working as a prosecutor, she was diagnosed with cancer – leading her to radically revaluate her life and healing options. While exploring treatment options, Deborah was introduced to alternative medicine and reached remission with the help of a healer. Inspired to change her life, Deborah was able to the conquer alcohol and drug addictions that she had used to cope with an abusive childhood. She then left the corporate world for the knowledge and practice of healers, sages and shamans – studying ancient and modern healing systems that led to her own powerful process.
Deborah teaches energy healing, coaching and meditation through the virtual Deborah King Center. The Deborah King Center offers both in-person workshops and online programs including her LifeForce Certification courses. Deborah has helped thousands to create a life more aligned with their dreams.
Deborah is the New York Times besting author of Be Your Own Shaman: Heal Yourself and Others with 21st Century Energy Medicine (Hay House, 2011), Truth Heals: What You Hide Can Hurt You (Hay House, 2009); and Entangled in Darkness: Seeking the Light (Hay House, 2014). Simon & Schuster is publishing her next book later this year.
Deborah is a featured contributor to both The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, as well as a frequent guest on both national news and entertainment outlets.
Deborah enjoys an active lifestyle including hiking, swimming and kayaking – as well as charity work with the Los Angeles Downtown Women’s Center.