Unexpected Miracles in Mexico

Susan Schwartz shares Unexpected Miracles in Mexico for us in The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, issue Number 55, Winter 2007:


An Amazing Story from a Class in Mexico

While stepping in to teach the Five Day Seminar in Cuernavaca, Mexico, for another instructor, I had an unexpected experience and a revelation that confirms there is “no such thing as coincidence.”

Following lunch on Day One, I noticed an elderly woman amongst the students whom I did not remember having seen that morning. While her wild, wiry hair was what caught my eye, I quickly noticed that she looked as though she had led a hard life.

Every day of the course when I was either near her or walked by her, this woman would speak to me in Spanish, a language that I do not speak. “No Espanol!” I told her each time she attempted to communicate with me. It didn’t discourage her one bit. She kept right on talking and talking…in Spanish.

Several students in the class had a problem being in a triad with this woman. Apparently, she burped continuously during the triads while jumper cabling and receiving her sessions. Students didn’t want to be in a triad with her. They were convinced she thought burping/belching moved energy. Chus (Maria Jesus Arias Cabezudo), my fantastic translator, assisted in communicating with this woman, helping her to understand how to apply her hands as jumper cables and how to follow the flows as written in the texts. We spent time with her while she was on the table receiving Jin Shin Jyutsu. Jin Shin Jyutsu helped her stop burping/belching. The woman changed, and the students with her in triads changed.

The last day, while we were having the evening meal together, the elderly woman started speaking to me in Spanish once again. This time, another student in the class who was fluent in English was also seated at our table having dinner with us. Having grown up in a Mexican and American household, this helpful student translated the elderly woman’s words – a miracle in itself, as the elderly student never paused for even a moment.

This is the translated message:

“The Elderly Student (78 yrs. old) has always wanted to help and heal people. Her burping drove people away, so she didn’t have the opportunity to help them. Jin Shin Jyutsu has helped her heal her uncontrollable burping. She was so grateful.

She shared a dream she had the night before the class. In her dream a black/dark woman appeared to her and told her that she had something to teach her so that she would be able to help others. The very next morning, the elderly student received a cell phone call from a friend of hers who was sitting in the morning portion of Day One, having her own very first experience of Jin Shin Jyutsu.

The elderly woman’s friend told her that this class was something so incredible that she had to come right away. Feeling certain that her dream of the prior night was manifesting, the elderly woman arrived as soon as she could and managed to join our class immediately after lunch. She was led by Faith and Trust.”

Ironically, there was little or no cell phone reception at the site where this class was being held. The fact that this phone call went through at all was in itself amazing.

The elderly student shared that the GIFT OF JIN SHIN JYUTSU IS INCREDIBLE AND TRULY A GIFT FROM GOD. She knew that her dream had been a message. Yet, she couldn’t quite understand who the woman was in her dream as I am not black.

I thought for a few minutes and remembered that in German, “Schwartz” means “black”.

This student was meant to be in the class, she believed in her dream, and she came on pure Faith.

Another instructor was originally scheduled to teach this class; however, a situation arose that required a replacement.After hearing the dream, I knew I was meant all along to go to Mexico at that time to teach this particular class.


Thank you, Susan.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Gassho, Namaste, Blessings

All issues of The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter are available at http://www.jsjinc.net.


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