A Practitioner’s Account, Part 1

Before moving on to Safety Energy Lock 25, I want to share an article from issue Number 27, Winter 1999/2000.

A Practitioner’s Account (Part 1 of 2)

by Jean Carabelos

“Pat had a warm, loving, kind, caring spirit and was loved by all who knew her. She had a special, close, single-parent relationship with each one of her five children. She often whispered in their ear, one at a time, ‘You know you are my favorite.’

I was blessed for 20 years to have this loving friend, who became ill with an extremely large, malignant cervical tumor. The medical community had no comforting words for her because of the size and placement of this tumor, and could not operate on it. They offered her radiation and chemotherapy in the hope of reducing its size…and then they could surgically remove it.

She agonized for a time but decided to get their treatment. She was already weakened, and during three months of receiving radiation and chemotherapy, her body deteriorated even more. I began working with her daily to alleviate some of the stress and illness caused by the radiation and chemo. (It did seem as if the ‘cure’ was worse than the illness.) Each day she received a dose of radiation or chemo, and we would do a Jin Shin Jyutsu session. She was able to go home and actually do something besides lie in bed all the time.

In January of 1996, after the three months were over, the doctors informed her that the radiation and chemo treatments had not reduced the size of the tumor and she should get her life’s affairs in order. The prognosis was that she had a couple of months.

We continued our Jin Shin Jyutsu work almost daily, and she also did an enormous amount of self-help, so she was actually getting Jin Shin Jyutsu several times a day.

In March 1996 she went back to the doctor for a check-up and was met with the doctor’s surprise that she was still alive, as no one believed she would live that long. Upon testing her, the doctor discovered that her tumor was now 1/3 the size it had been, but they were not willing to operate.

We continued working, primarily using flows 2, 15, 16-17-18-19, 23-25 and others as dictated by her daily condition, i.e., nausea, abdominal pain, etc. In June she went back again for another exam. By now the doctors were really puzzled that she was still alive and made no effort to hide their amazement! They asked her what she was doing, and when she said ‘Jin Shin Jyutsu’ and began to explain what it was, they simply ignored her.

After this exam she was told THERE WAS NO TUMOR! By this time she was beginning to feel good. She went back to work, gradually moving into full-time.”

…full text is available at http://www.jsjinc.net

Thank you, Jean.

Part 2 next time…

Gassho, Namaste, Blessings


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