Author, healer and Lyme advocate to sign books and offer healing sessions August 18-20

Memoir chronicles his healing struggles, lessons learned and road he took to recovery
August 10, 2018

Author Gregg Kirk will discuss his journey to recover from chronic Lyme disease and the lessons it taught him, as he signs his book “Gratitude Curve-Using the lessons of chronic illness to reach personal empowerment,” the story of his healing from chronic Lyme disease. In 2011, Kirk launched a number of efforts to help others who are suffering from the disease, physically, financially and spiritually. In addition to signing books, he will offer healing sessions, and answer questions about his experience via natural and mystical healing methods, including his visits to the world-famous healer John of God in Abadiania, Brazil.

“Chronic disease was a forest fire that burned my life to the ground. Once I stopped fighting the fire and let it burn away the things I had once thought valuable, I began to learn from it and accept where I was. The empty spaces gave me room for new growth and my life moved in a different direction,” said Kirk. 

At Browseabout Books in Rehoboth, Sat. Aug. 18, 5:30 to 7 p.m., he will offer a presentation, sign copies and answer questions about his healing journey. Books will be available for $15. Browseabout Books, is at 133 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth.

On Sunday, Aug. 19, 12 to 1:30 p.m. at The Yoga Studio 24, he will give a Kriya yoga and energy healing demonstration using tuning forks. Afterward, one-on-one energy healing and balancing sessions may be scheduled at the studio. He will also sign books and answer questions. The Yoga Studio 24 is located at 33247 Fairfield Rd., Lewes.

Wrapping up the tour Monday, on behalf of the Ticked Off Foundation Inc., a nonprofit Lyme disease patient support organization, Kirk will give a presentation on Lyme disease prevention, symptoms and treatment. He will also explain his experiences with the disease as described in his book, and offer a book signing, 5:30-7 p.m., Aug. 20, in the East Room at Lewes library,111 Adams Ave., Lewes.

Kirk spent five years at the Delaware beaches writing for several local publications. He then co-founded Big Shout Magazine, a monthly entertainment tabloid, and created Delaware Valley Music Poll Awards, and the Taste of Wilmington Festival. He then began creating and managing digital content for the News Journal. He has been a professional recording artist since the ’80s, with three musical releases that are influenced by his healing experience. In 2012, Kirk created the Ticked Off Music Fest to become the only ongoing music series solely focused on Lyme disease education, awareness and fundraising. Its focus is to go to areas where the rate of infection is high but awareness is low. In 2017, Kirk created and launched, an easy-to-understand web resource to help broadcast the most accurate and up-to-date information on Lyme prevention, symptoms, diagnosis and treatments. 

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