Randi Maggid, who has found relief through non-traditional medical alternatives, bravely shares her story in her emotional and insightful new memoir, Beverly Hills Concentration Camp. With names changed to protect the privacy of the book’s characters, Beverly Hills Concentration Camp opens on the present life of Alix, a seemingly-ordinary mom who, through a series of flashbacks, takes the reader along on her healing journey — from the depths of severe physical pain and anguish to the heights of awakened spirituality and health.
Alix the daughter of Jewish Holocaust survivors describes the unlikely struggle of growing up in a beautiful Spanish house in Beverly Hills with the weight of the concentration camps pressing down on her at every turn keeping her imprisoned by fear, negativity and neglect when all she wanted was to be a normal kid. Little did she know her past would catch up with her, cause her years of physical pain that would eventually require immediate surgery she was determined to avoid.
Her story encourages people to heal themselves on levels deeper than they ever thought possible by tapping into that inner voice through creativity and faith, activating the power to change their situation. Leading others to take risks, focusing on gratitude, taking alternate healing routes, and opening their hearts to love, nature and wholeness, Alix transmutes not only herself, but also the lives of future generations.