Returning to Wholeness by Jipala Kagan Read Now
I have been making a collection of other people’s voices when it comes to describing what Transpersonal Acupuncture is and how it works.
This type of healing goes to the Yuan level, the root level of the person. Symptoms (Wei level), Organs (Ying level) are all addressed by accessing the energetic source of the imbalance. The reflective exercise of being seen, heard and energetically supported, is one way of moving the stuck out and restoring an imperfect balance. It is the deepest type of healing.
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Jipala’s work has supported the whole of my life—in a way I cannot compare to any other physical or psychotherapeutic modality. Jipala is supremely well trained and wise to the ways of a human “being”.
She has a keen sense for “hearing” what is not said and unearthing the key-missing piece to deepen our work during each session. From here, she chooses her points and the shift(s) begin; physically, emotionally & spiritually.
I find her work to be ineffable; challenging to describe or capture in words and oftentimes, otherworldly, but with real world results. M.M
“Jipala Kagan is a masterful healer. This is because her work is directed towards the whole person. Her acupuncture treatments address progressive levels or layers of being– acute physical symptoms, chronic imbalances, and the deeper, subtler level of the soul.” J.S
“Working with Jipala Kagan for over ten years has been and continues to be transformative. Jipala is a gifted practitioner and her treatments and insight have allowed me to become a more whole hearted, compassionate and resilient human being. Her wisdom had allowed me to recognize the effect that early trauma has played in my life and her acupuncture treatments help integrate new healthier responses to environmental triggers. I am deeply grateful for her presence in my life.” A.D
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