‘Living Grieving’ by Hay House Author Karen V. Johnson, JD, is a 2022 Silver Nautilus Book Award Winner

Hay House author Karen V. Johnson, JD, was awarded the Silver Nautilus Award for her new book Living Grieving: Using Energy Medicine to Alchemize Grief and Loss. Based on Karen’s heartbreaking journey of losing her son to a drug overdose, she blends her personal journey through grief with the transformative healing path she discovered along the way.
Karen V. Johnson’s fast-paced professional life came to an abrupt halt when she lost her 27-year-old son to a heroin overdose. Rather than grieve in a way that made people around her comfortable, she did the unexpected. She left her lifetime appointment as a Federal Judge of over 30 years, sold her house and all her belongings, and went on a two-and-a-half-year journey that took her all over the world, finding a healing and spiritual practice along the way.
Karen didn’t think she could ever find her way out of despair, but she found a process that worked – a sacred journey and map through grief and loss that she shares with others so they can heal too. The Hay House, Nautilus award-winning book Living Grieving: Using Energy Medicine to Alchemize Grief and Loss offers simple-to-use tools to address grief and loss of any kind. Including grief and loss of:
Karen V. Johnson, JD, MPH, MPIA, is a graduate of Georgetown Law Center (J.D.), a former Fulbright Scholar in Afghanistan, and holds Master’s Degrees in Public Health and Public and International Affairs (MPH, MPIA). Karen is a retired federal administrative law judge who practiced criminal and energy law for more than 30 years and is a former U.S. Army JAG officer, Major, USAR (inactive). Karen has trained extensively in the techniques of Illumination, Soul Retrieval, Extractions of Energies and Entities, Divination, and Death Rites. www.karenjohnson.net 
It’s not possible to go back to the life we lived before grief and loss, but we don’t have to remain stuck in the overwhelming emotions of guilt, anger, fear, resentment, and despair – a stagnant place of lifelessness. Join Karen and create a new and powerful self-realized life by visiting her website at www.KarenJohnson.net.
“…Johnson doesn’t skimp on discussing more practical measures for facing grief. She writes with candor on the challenge of training her mind to meditate, of the power of ‘living consequently,’ and the value of seeking out and welcoming new experiences.” – BookLife Review
“Readers enduring bereavement are sure to see themselves in her bleak confessions of anguish and take comfort from her warm encouragement to undertake new beginnings.” – Kirkus Review
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