From the Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter (SEL 10:1)

Now we will look at Safety Energy Lock 10 (issue Number 13, Summer 1996). Three (then new) teachers of Jin Shin Jyutsu share their experience with this powerful SEL – Lynne Pflueger, Susan Brooks and Matthias Roth.

Today, August 22, 2013, there are only 23 instructors who travel the whole world to bring this healing Art to others. There are many practitioners who jumper-cable in their sphere of influence and many who teach self-help, but only 23 instructors of the total Art. They spend years of intense study to communicate the heart and message of Jiro Murai and Mary Burmeister.

But even before we look at each message, this issue has a special letter from the editor at the time, Donna Brenner:

Dear JSJ Friends,
Summer brings abundance to our hearts, our souls and our gardens.
Ten, the number from which all things come and into which all things must return.
The continuation of life, the future and all that we have to offer our families, our communities and our world is made possible only by the legacy left by our elders to guide us.
The possibilities are endless as we find daily in the practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu.
Life is a natural cycle of energy.
It is up to us to stay in tune and step in time.
Profound Peace,

This issue is a memorial to Gilbert Burmeister, Mary’s beloved husband, who returned to the arms of our loving creator on February 26th, 1996.

Mention needs to be made in honor of this man who played such a great part in the lives of so many, even today.

Gassho, Namaste, Blessings

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