Dancing on the Winds of Heaven started out as a book to help you move beyond the loss of a loved one through the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu® (which is a form of acupressure) or other viable resources. I offer suggestions to help you get in touch with your inner strength and guide you to the next step. Especially if the next step seems overwhelming and joyless. Jin Shin Jyutsu® eases the dying transition into their next home, but also benefits those of us left behind. Self-help techniques will be sprinkled throughout the blog postings.
As baby boomers start losing family members, and a sense of abandonment sets in. A search for meaning becomes more apparent. I will provide positive information how to ease the sorrow associated with these inevitable losses. Questions about life after a loved one has departed are answered on a much deeper level.
Jin Shin Jyutsu® is about Movement and Change. This gentle healing art opens blocks within our mind, body and soul, healing our lives, even if we are on the verge of dying. My life changed from the very moment I laid down on this lady’s massage table at a Colorado Springs Health Fair. Fireworks went off inside my brain and my body. From then on, I had to know more and received multitudes of sessions, signed up for classes to become a holistic health practitioner and have been in touch with dozens of people ever since.
Furthermore, for about five years, I was able to offer Jin Shin Jyutsu® to hospice patients and am eternally grateful for the experience. I was shown the other side of the veil through my patients. They shared with me the depth that each of us can aspire to, to reach who we truly are as unique people. In addition, working with Hospice taught me how to handle both my parent’s deaths better, as well as being able to gather wonderful and heart warming stories to share with you now.