Hilzinger Healing About
Hilzinger Healing About
Hilzinger Healing About

Healing the Whole Self

Shirley Hilzinger

Shirley Hilzinger, CEO of Hilzinger Healing

My own healing journey began over 25 years ago when I was faced with a serious health challenge that required me to take responsibility for my healing.

This jump-started my interest in healing beyond what the medical system had to offer.

Through books, seminars and help from many people, I began to integrate all aspects of myself: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. This integration, this harmonizing of the self, is what I call healing.

I tried many different methods starting with nutrition, then Traditional Chinese Medicine to spiritual practices such as meditation. Many of these I still use today. However, the practice that has made the biggest and longest-lasting impact is my spiritual/emotional work. And once I discovered the method of Soul Realignment®, the progress has been tremendous.

I have a passion now for sharing this work with others. Whatever a person’s health challenges or objectives, my first principle as a healer, coach and educator is to respect and understand the whole self.

Inspiration from Unexpected Places

The paper crane is a powerful symbol of healing.

The paper crane is a powerful symbol of healing.

A magnificent bird in its own right, the crane has long been seen as a symbol of healing, longevity and human spirit in many cultures.

The paper or origami crane, which serves as a metaphor for our work at Hilzinger Healing, has a storied history in Japanese culture.

Infused with fresh meaning through the post-war story of Sadako Sasaki, it symbolizes the will to heal which empowers our efforts to seek better health and improved wellbeing.

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