Meet the Author featuring Donna Lee Humble

Meet the local author of the new book Seek, Not for Love.

Donna Lee Humble has written this book specifically for those who have so much passion and so much to share, but have been unable to move forward due to unresolved traumas, physical ailments, lack of energy, or a sense of being stifled by unfounded self-doubt.

The book extends real solutions to overcoming the obstacles that block one’s purpose, peace, and potential.

Explore the most challenging segments of your personal life, discover the area of imbalance, and learn a simple 5-step formula revealing your personal road map to achieving sustainable balance in all areas, thus freeing you to follow your intuition, live your passion and serve the world with renewed purpose. Discover how to avoid the band-aid approach to peace, authenticity, and real enlightenment.

Donna Lee Humble reminds the reader that wellness in body, mind, and spirit is what we are really seeking. It is by diving into the rich tapestry of our lives to this point that brings about unshakable inner peace!

The events are free and open to the public and you are encouraged to attend the one most convenient for your schedule. Each will be held at 1 p.m. on the following Saturdays:

August 14 - Parachute Branch Library
August 21 - Rifle Branch Library
August 28 - Silt Branch Library
September 11 - New Castle Branch Library
October 9 - Glenwood Springs Branch Library
October 23 - Carbondale Branch Library.


About the Author

Donna Lee Humble is an International Lifestyle & Wellness Coach and Holistic Health Practitioner, specializing in computerized bioenergetic testing. She is a Spiritual Teacher, Speaker, Emotional Release Expert, and Creator of the Higher Self Care series, leading workshops and group and private wellness programs. Since 2001, she is known around the globe for bringing you back to the wisdom within by empowering you to embrace your passion, purpose, and natural state of peace in body, mind, and spirit. Having overcome a plethora of emotional trauma and physical ailments herself through natural means, she has joyfully served thousands of holistic-minded women and men as they refine their health and wellness.

Donna Lee lives in the heart of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She finds great pleasure in traveling to the beach as often as possible. A professional wildlife watercolor artist, she enjoys painting, hiking in nature, yoga, tennis, river rafting, skiing, and spending quality time with her husband, two adult children, and grandchildren whenever possible.



Saturday, August 21
1:00 pm