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“Seek Out a Spiritual Healing Practice and Stick With It for as Long as Possible,” Noah Micah Dorson Advocates in His Book “Imperfect Healing: A Meditation on Beginning Again in America”

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In his book, “Imperfect Healing: A Meditation on Beginning Again in America,” Noah Micah Dorson illuminates how his father played a critical role in his understanding of the world and the necessity for spiritual practice to last the test of time. Dorson’s father, Mitchell Charles Dorson, was a teacher in his hometown of Tucson, Arizona, who fought to inspire those around him to seek out the good and cultivate it with all their heart. “My father was relentless in his belief that people were basically good, even during the most challenging times in his own life. It was from the values that he imparted to me, my sister, and his students that I was inspired to compose ‘Imperfect Healing: A Meditation on Beginning Again in America,’” Dorson writes.

As the author explains: “Imperfect Healing” is a book written for anyone who has lost someone close to them and may need an anchor of support during their most difficult times. Taking their time with the stories and practices offered in the book, a growing readership may find that “Imperfect Healing” can provide guidance on how to proceed with strength, courage, and even hope for those who have experienced the heartbreak of losing a loved one and the trauma associated with such a significant incident.

By integrating mindfulness and meditation practices from the Buddhist tradition with the author’s own journey of recovery, “Imperfect Healing” offers day-to-day advice for readers seeking to improve their mental health and wellbeing in the “fast-pace” of contemporary American life.

Despite its short length, the concepts and practices offered in “Imperfect Healing” encourage spiritual seekers to proactively access their own basic strength through persistent conscious action, meditation, and support groups geared toward recovery from addiction. Over time, this touching book may hopefully assist those in the greatest need by motivating them to be a little braver, realizing that they have what it takes to experience joy and wellbeing, imperfectly, one moment at a time.

Be Brave, Be Inspired. Get your copy at

Imperfect Healing: A Meditation on Beginning Again in America
Publisher ‏: ‎ Independently published (July 18, 2022)
Language ‏: ‎ English
Paperback ‏: ‎ 87 pages
ISBN-13 ‏: ‎ 979-8840461280
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About The Author
Noah Micha Dorson received his Master’s in Teaching from City University in 2013 and worked with students at middle school level for the next eight years. During that time, he was active in Communities of Recovery in Seattle Area attending and facilitating Peer Recovery Meditation and Support Groups. Noah currently lives in North Central Texas with partner, Zim, and dog, Gizmo. “Imperfect Healing: A Meditation on Beginning Again in America” is his first book.

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