Name:Conquer Your Karmic Relationships by Tracee Dunblazier

Tracee Dunblazier

Book Title:

Conquer Your Karmic Relationships: Heal Spiritual Trauma to Open your Heart and Restore Your Soul, DSHS Volume 3

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Social Media Links:

Twitter: @traceedunblazie
IG: @gotracee

What is your book about?

Your Karma Got You Down? In this groundbreaking book, Dunblazier takes an in depth look at your karmic relationships: the spiritual imprints and repetitive patterns that position you in life—understand what karma is and learn all the ways to reveal, accept, forgive, and transform your relationships in all dimensions.

What inspired you to write your book?

My life has brought to me an acute awareness of the spiritual patterns that guide my ideals, beliefs, affinities, and choices, as well as those of others. So powerful were they that understanding their presence became my life’s work.

If you have a business related to your book, tell us about it:

I am a certified grief counselor, spiritualist, shaman and eight-time award-winning author who’s had a private spiritual-counseling practice for 25 years. Five years ago I founded GoTracee Publishing LLC, a hybrid book publishing company.

What is a typical day like for you?

In August I released Conquer Your Karmic Relationships and have been focusing on a national radio tour among other marketing strategies to promote the title. In addition, I work with clients on anything from spiritual and emotional trauma to life-coaching.

What do you most enjoy about what you do?

Every day I meet and work with courageous people who are discovering and reconciling the deepest layers of themselves and their relationships—I am continually inspired.

What are some favorite books you’d recommend to our readers?

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DeAngelo, Wisdom of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives From The Michael Newton Institute, Deep Truth: Igniting the Memory of Our Origin, History, Destiny, and Fate by Gregg Braden.

What advice do you have to offer our readers?

Never look to others to validate the value of you or your work. If you are compelled to write: somewhere, someone needs to hear your story.

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I experience joy every day.

What’s next for you?

I am currently looking sell the foreign rights to my front list and adapt some of the material to film and television. I am always looking to bring on new narrative-nonfiction authors who are ready to tell their stories.

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