ABOUT THE AUTHOR
DENEEN JOYNER is a highly gifted healer who serves as a Soul Medium, Spiritual Coach, and Storyteller, empowering women to heal the remaining parts of their souls. Deneen ushers a unique approach on how women can partner with themselves and the painful energy itself, to clear their souls. She also offers insightful information surrounding the intergenerational DNA behind family karma and emotional pain, gained as a professional of 18 years in the field of Social Work.
Deneen is a Black Indian woman, born into a family legacy of highly gifted healers, from the Native American Iroquois tribe and the Nigerian Nri Kingdom. She is a seventh generation Shaman, and heiress to her ancestor’s ancient indigenous practices in self-guided soul healing. She shares with audiences her transformative healing journey, of becoming a student of God and channeling the wisdom from her ancestors, to heal herself from 40 years of emotional pain and deep trauma.
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Soul Wounds and Sacred Revelations examines the DNA surrounding emotional pain and provides readers a blueprint to examine the lessons sent in our lives to master pain and healing. It delves into the role our ancestors and family play with allowing us to see ourselves, what we are made of, and how it is all intrinsically tied to a soul contract created before we even took our first breath, one that has been waiting several lifetimes to be fulfilled.
Author Joyner, takes readers on an indigenous healing journey as she recounts her dark night of the soul in 2011 that almost left her dead by suicide. Witness vulnerability, courage and power as she transforms her life from a hostage to emotional pain to a modern day warrior daughter as she fights to end decades of carrying emotional pain. At the heart of this beautiful memoir, is the guided wisdom channeled to her by the ancient voices of her Native American and Igbo ancestors which readers can use as a guide to explore past and present experiences with pain.
Soul Wounds and Sacred Revelations gives us permission to break our own hearts and be wrong about all the ugly things we’ve ever thought about ourselves and to embrace the possibility that we are something more.