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International Supermodel Miranda Kerr Pens Book on her Spiritual Journey

NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Miranda Kerr, known as one of the most successful models in the world and one of Victoria's Secrets Angels, is preparing to release the story of her inspirational journey. In Treasure Yourself (Hay House US, December 3, 2012), Miranda offers her own view on how her generation and those following can achieve greater health and happiness. Treasure Yourself explores some of the challenges that concern young women such as confidence, jealousy, health, bullying, friendship, family and career while offering advice from her own experiences on how they can achieve their dreams.

Miranda believes that one of the most powerful tools to facilitate change is positive affirmation and Treasure Yourself presents a collection of over 100 affirmations from some of the world's most inspirational authors including Louise L. Hay, Wayne W. Dyer, Deepak Chopra and many more. This beautifully presented book, which includes photos of Miranda at various stages of her life, is sure to appeal to a new generation of readers who want to live their best life every day.

"I wish to share my inspiration with you, so that you will treasure and believe in yourself, have faith in your abilities, accept who you are and uncover your own unique gifts. We all have wings, but it is up to each one of us to have the courage to fly. My hope is that these words and the affirmations included will help empower you to reach for your dreams even in difficult times. With action, anything in life is possible," said Miranda Kerr.

Miranda Kerr was raised on a farm in Gunnedah, Australia. Her first introduction to modeling came after winning the Dolly/Impulse modeling competition at age 14. Miranda completed high school and went on to study nutrition and health psychology at the Academy of Natural Living before deciding to model full-time.

Today Miranda is considered one of the world's top-earning models and a positive icon for young women. Her decade-long career has consisted of high-profile runway shows and fashion and beauty shoots, as well as advertising in television and print. She is a Victoria's Secret Angel and has appeared on the covers of numerous magazines, including Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Rolling Stone.

In 2009, Miranda developed KORA Organics, a line of organic skin care made in Australia. Her aim was to inspire women globally to nurture their bodies, embrace their unique beauty, and understand the benefit of using organic skin care.

Miranda has also loaned her time and image to charities and cause-related projects around the world, such as Kids Helpline Australia, the Art of Peace Charitable Trust, Cancer Council, the Breast Cancer Foundation, the Australian Koala Foundation, and Children International. She shares her life with her husband, actor Orlando Bloom, and their son.

For more information, please visit: www.koraorganics.com or www.hayhouse.com.

For further information contact Erin Dupree, Publicist, [email protected], 646-484-4957

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