Dale Bach is the author of MAMA TRAUMA: A Recovery Guide, a Motivational Speaker, and a Licensed Agape Spiritual Practitioner. She completed the University of Santa Monica Masters program in Spiritual Psychology, and is an advanced Psych-K Facilitator. Dale’s personal mission is Awakening Joy, activating compassion, courage, strength, peace, and freedom in others.
Dale is a survivor of severe childhood abuse that created a deep belief she was unworthy, and unlovable, creating patterns of self-destruction and hopelessness. This triggered alcohol and drug abuse, many injuries and accidents, and she unconsciously invited people to continue her abusive patterns. Through relentless efforts to heal from her past, Dale learned how to take back her power, evolving from being a victim to a strong compassionate woman who invokes purpose and enthusiasm for living. Dale has traveled worldwide in search of deeper healing techniques to transform her life. Now, she brings these transformative healing modalities to the public through NewReality, healing workshops, and on-stage and online platforms.
As a Usui and Karuna Reiki Master Teacher, Dale Bach has taught Reiki nationwide and founded many Reiki Healing Circles. Formerly, a two-time Emmy Award nominee make-up artist, she found herself wanting to do more healing on set than make-up. Dale's teachers include His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Thich Nhat Hanh, Dr. Rev. Michael B. Beckwith and many more.
Dale can help connect you to your own Divinity, opening the door to your soul. She ushers in healing light, revealing your Authentic Self. You can see what is beyond the boundaries of your limiting beliefs, engaging your inner strength to take action! Dale Bach brings health, beauty, and grace to life with her vibrant personality and genuine spirit. Expand into new possibilities, and experience profound inspiration with Dale’s unique approach to guided Self-Realization.
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