A paradigm for healing

Aug 29, 2014
Margaret Rauenhorst will present A Paradigm for Healing with Uncommon Treatments at the Monday, Sept. 8 Wellness Brown Bag Lunch at the Camden Public Library Monday

Camden — Margaret Rauenhorst will present A Paradigm for Healing with Uncommon Treatments at the monthly Wellness Brown Bag Lunch at the Camden Public Library Monday, Sept. 8, at noon. The Wellness series is co-sponsored by the library and PenBay Regional Chamber of Commerce.

“There are many methods used for healing,” said Rauenhorst in a news release. “Some are more traditional such as the mechanical model where the body is a system we manipulate. Recently there has been an increase in treatments often referred to as ‘alternative medicine.’ Many of these are diagnostic models where a technique is applied in an attempt to cause a change in the client. A less common approach is the resonance model. In the practice of Reconnective Therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu and Conscious Integration, the energy of the client directs the treatment by following a group of principles and practices of observation.”

“Think of it as an approach to healing rather than a methodology,” she added, “for it exists only in the space between the practitioner and the client. Resonant healing is a finely-honed improvisation, following from moment to moment the cues presented by the patient. The process is simple, relaxing, and profound.”

Rauenhorst has lived in Camden “since 1977 when I stepped off a GreyHound bus in front of Boynton McKay!” said Rauenhorst. “My energetic practice started in 2004 and continues today at the Start Center. I am certified in ReConnective Therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and Karmic Matrix Systems.”

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