Q&A with Author Josephine Zappia

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What is your book called and what is it about?

HEAL. by Josephine
It’s a beginner’s guide to homeopathy.
Also intended as a beautiful desktop/coffee table book with pictures and inspirational quotes.

Tell us more about you?

I’m a homeopath with two decades of experience and I’m deeply passionate about health and wellbeing. I believe we all have the ability to heal ourselves naturally when we work with our body rather than against it.

I live an active lifestyle; a truly holistic approach with a focus on nutrition. I enjoy whole foods, meditation, yoga, bodywork, and connecting with like-minded friends. In 2020 my business transformed into a virtual offering with one-on-one consultations for global clients looking for solutions to health and beauty problems.

My work as a writer for health and wellbeing magazines has been featured in Body & Soul, Balance the Grind, SWIISH, Rescu, Thrive, Green + Simple, Wellbeing, Latte, and Brainz. Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.

Let us get to know you a little better by answering these quickfire questions:

What is your favourite quote?

I have two that I use a lot “The only way out is in” AND “The light in you needs to be brighter than the light on you”

What is your favourite book?

Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav

What is your favourite podcast at the moment?

Medical medium with Anthony William, and Ceremony Circle with Alyson Charles

Who is your role model?

I have many different role models, seeing unique strengths in several different individuals.

Who in your life has inspired you the most and why?

My parents. For their resilience, successful 54-year marriage, successful business and work ethic, their core values (that they display each day and raised me and my siblings with), and their unwavering, rock solid, big love!

What is your coffee order?

Haha! Yes, such a coffee snob culture creature 😀 I take a long black with hot almond milk (or oat milk)

Pet peeves?


What inspired you to write this book?

I wanted to tap into my creativity and at the same time deliver my messages and knowledge to a broader audience, calling in those I have a soul contract with; those that are contracted to me on a soul level to work with me in this life, time, and space.

How did you find the process of writing and publishing your book?

Very enjoyable. A lot of work, both on the project and on myself. A very busy, rewarding year, with a lot of growth. It really pushed me to level up.

What surprised you most about the writing process?

The enormity of the step I was taking.

What do you hope the reader gets from reading this book?

My passion for health and wellness, My understanding of the process and remedies,And a gateway to their healing.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to write a book but doesn’t know how?

You don’t need to see the whole staircase. Start just one step at a time. Hold the vision, trust the inner guidance, and collaborate with industry professionals you are guided to work with.

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