A Hero’s Primer for Recovery from Tragedy
In 1982, Gari Carter was a model and owner of a successful clothing and gift shop. Traveling with her son to a gift show in Baltimore, she was caught in a heavy snowstorm on a country road in Virginia. A car swerved as it came toward them around a curve, hitting Gari head-on.
Her life was changed forever.
When Gari Carter regained consciousness, she discovered to her horror that her face was gone! Through ten years of multiple surgeries, doctors created a true “bionic woman”, gradually rebuilding Gari’s jaws, cheekbones, nose and skin, restoring her natural beauty.
But it was Gari’s own courage and determination, along with some amazing audio pain-control techniques, which helped her cope and heal her inner scars as well as her face.
This book is a must-read, a universal story of courage, which appeals to all readers.
Video Clips & Radio Interviews
Paramount Pictures, “Sightings” program on Gari Carter and her book Healing Myself
Monroe Institute – March 2016
March 12-17, 2016, Gari spoke at the Professional Seminar at The Monroe Institute on Hemi-Sync®. The theme was “Healing, Consciousness, and Technology.” Her subject was the 20+ years since the publication of Healing Myself.
Gari’s Presentation at The Monroe Institute on Hemi-Sync® Seminar
Video Interviews at The Monroe Institute on Hemi-Sync® Seminar with Dr. Norm Shealy, Dr. Sergey Sorin and Dr. Brian Dailey
TV Talk Show – Kathy Fountain Show
TV Talk Show – Broadcast House Live
Presentation for the Institute of Noetic Sciences
Reviews and Articles
MSI News – From the Maxillo Facial Surgery Institute of Florida
An Inspiration for those who Suffer
The Daily Progress – (April 1994)
A Time to Heal
The Free Lance-Star (July 1994)
After the crash: Triumph of Spirit
Rocky Mountain News – (November 1994)
‘Healing’ author describes tragedy and triumph
St Petersburg Times Connections (December 1994)
A Return to Beauty
The Celestine Journal Article (December 1994)
Visionaries at Work A Conversation with Gari Carter
Radio-TV Interview Report (June 1995)
A Former Model’s Rebirth from a Disfiguring Accident