Debbie Engelmann is a gentle guide of conscious natural healing, a seeker of truth, published author, and Founder of her natural healing practice, “A Well-Tuned Soul”.  She lives her life from a heart and soul filled with limitless compassion. Through writing, she shares her stories of hope and healing with humanity as a living personal memorial to all who suffer with feeling lost, alone, forgotten and invisible.

She is a visionary change-maker for humanity and educates through wisdom and compassion as an Advocate for the Lost and Forgotten in all forms. She never lost her childish wonder and innocence in spite of an abusive childhood.

She holds a Doctoral Degree in Natural Health (NHD) and Traditional Naturopathy (TND), a Bachelor’s of Science in business with a minor in psychology, is an educator, speaker, and student of life.


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Debbie publishes multiple natural health articles and is a contributing author in the best-selling book, “Heart to Heart: The Path to Wellness”, alongside Bob Doyle, Dr. John Demartini, and Dr. Andrea Pennington.


“My Radiant Hell – Healing Tidbits from a Wounded Soul”, Debbie’s new book, will be coming out the end of 2017.


The book is illustrated by artist Patricia Schwartz, founder of the Brushworks School of Art in Burnsville, Minnesota

Patricia Schwartz an award winning, classically trained artist

31054986_mlIn Debbie’s Own Words:

“I am very connected to earth and am happiest when out in nature.  As I walk this earth, I feel its pulse and hear the whispers of secret healing things that grow upon and within it.  My unique contribution to this world is that my healing message involves the natural healing gifts from Mother Nature that have existed on this planet since the beginning of time.  What is on this earth becomes us – it is us

My simple truth is we are all equal and judgement kills compassion.   My life’s purpose is to reach out as far as possible to empower the masses with the ability to be fully present in this world one moment at a time – one person at a time if necessary.”

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