Energy Healing: A Pathway to Inner Growth
Jim Gilkeson
www.jimgilkeson.com
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“Energy healing would be a small and inconsequential sector of human endeavor indeed if it did not join actively with the human longing for peace, unity and self-realization, and with the concerns of the pilgrim, or spiritual traveler, within each of us.”

from A Pilgrim in Your Body:
Energy Healing and Spiritual Process

Greetings and welcome to the Energy Healing: A Pathway to Inner Growth Website.

It's really time for an update! Life has gone on since the Valley Fire in September of 2015. Harbin Hot Springs was destroyed, but rebuilding has begun. Some form of re-opening will take place in late Fall of 2016.

My own practice continues, but obviously not at Harbin. I see clients in San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Davis and in Middletown. My teaching continues, too, with occasional classes at Massage Therapy Institute in Davis and also in the form of a six-month mentorship for energy healers.

I invite you to browse around on this website, which has been in operation since 2007 and does double function as my archive. If you poke around enough, you will encounter links to old archival material, writings from my running chautauqua about energy healing that I have laid to rest in the sixty or so hidden pages that catacomb the digital underworld of this website.

I have also refreshed my teaching schedule:

Upcoming Classes by Jim

 

 Featured Article: The Mass Mind (and why it matters to energy healers)

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About Jim

Individual and Small Group Mentorships

 

"Mentorship in Energy Healing—An Interim Report": A candid self-interview about the mentorship program

 

JIM'S BOOKS AND CDs

THE INNER PILGRIM AND HEALER BLOG

JIM ON THE WEB interviews and interesting videos


 

Practice in San Rafael, Davis, Santa Rosa and Middletown