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Blurb: The Wounded Healer

Throughout her childhood, Priya Saklani had only one friend ‘FEAR’, which was constant. She can’t recollect the time when she felt needed. She completely lacked the knowledge or understanding of what human affection meant, because the only reason why people touched her was to abuse her. Longing for affection, Priya felt nothing more than an object who was being passed on from one man to another. There was more to her than her body.

In what might seem dark for some readers initially, The Wounded Healer depicts the undying strength and courage of a spirit who rose from the ashes like a phoenix and became a warrior from a victim. The pain had a lot to teach her as she channelized that suffering as a stepping stone to a higher state of consciousness, treating her scars as trophies. Priya turned her wounds to wisdom, healing herself and today she is using that wisdom to help others heal.

The Wounded Healer – A memoir of Priya Saklani, details a compelling and ferocious insight into a mind and life of a victim of complex trauma, demonstrating just how childhood affects every aspect of your life.

About The Author

Priya saklani holds a doctorate degree in holistic and spiritual healing. She is a certified Holistic Life Coach and a Reiki Master and Teacher. Priya is also a pioneer of ‘Animal Reiki’ in India.

As a survivor of two decades of childhood complex trauma and sexual abuse, and after healing herself from the effects of childhood abuse, Priya is committed to helping anyone suffering from childhood trauma and to help them overcome the core beliefs that are blocking their road to recovery.

Born an empath and a clairsentient, Priya has dedicated her life to assisting the wounded adult children of dysfunctional families and victims of abuse, by helping them to overcome flawed childhood programming and co-dependency and breaking the negative patterns of the past and reclaiming their life. Her speciality is ‘Inner child healing’ and she is passionate about ‘Conscious Parenting’.

It is her mission to inspire and empower others to reveal their authentic self
and live a life of their highest potential. She bridges the gap between trauma and purpose.

“The Wounded healer”- Author’s message.

Reviews

Harjot Sodhi

“In this insightful memoir, Priya shares heart wrenching details of her life from her earliest memories as a child who was repeatedly abused sexually, emotionally, physically and verbally beginning at the age of 4 uptill the age of 19. She has articulated a Life experience that for many victims remains unspeakable. In her painful account she writes that her abusers were none other than her own family, from her mother to her close relatives, uncles and shockingly even women. Reading her life story as it grippingly unfolds, sends shivers down one's spine. It is one of the most frank and cathartic depiction of child abuse ever written. After each dreadful event she would pick up her broken self and have hope in her heart that life would bring some respite after all, but those respiteful moments were few and far between. From having a successful flying career to landing in a disastrous marriage,Priya saw the darkest days one could possibly endure. One wonders how could a person who was so starved of love right from infancy have such boundless, unconditional love within her to give to her abusive husband and to her pets who were her lifeline. The book instills hope and courage in every readers heart and not just the ones who are suffering. I salute the undaunting spirt of this woman who inspite of the abuse never once lost her dignity and integrity. Priya, has come a long way in her life and has finally found her higher purpose as a healer.”

Harjot Sodhi

Jyoti

"Hi Priya, congratulations for the book. I've ordered it online. It's bone chilling reading a bit of your account on the page Gosh!! How did you endure so much!!!? You'll give to many, for sure!! the lesson of courage no matter what the circumstances!! You are so solid!! It's inspiring"

Jyoti

Immanuel Amalraj

“It's not a book for entertainment but a book that would save lives, this is why the book has my attention. If your intention is to help, there is nothing stopping you from reaching out to more people, good karma should always follow you. I feel that its an absolute need and necessity for the present generation.”

Immanuel Amalraj
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“Until we heal our childhood wounds, we will continue to recreate the childhood dynamics of abuse,abandonment, betrayal and rejection.”

– The Wounded Healer

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