Chiharu's Journey

I was born and raised in Fukuoka, Japan. When I was a little girl, my dream was to become "a mother" or "kindergarten teacher". My passion to work with children blossomed as I became an adolescent. When I graduated from high school, I choose a college where I could get a diploma as an Early Childhood Educator. After I graduated from college, instead of getting a job right away, I wanted to explore a different country and expand my experiences outside of Japan. ​


Experiences in New Zealand 

In 1994, I went to New Zealand for a year. I stayed in a little town called "Te Kuiti" on the North Island where there were no other Japanese people in town. I stayed at a large farm, and helped out with the daily farm work. I learned how to ride a 
Motorcycle on the farm and helped with moving animals from one paddock to another. Also, I helped with a cow's labor during a difficult delivery. The calf was coming out upside down, so if we left the calf stuck in mother's womb, both mother and a calf would have died. I also helped working with sheep. My favorite was working with lambs. In the spring, a couple of lambs lost their mother and I was given the responsibility of taking care of them. I fed them milk from the bottles. I also had a pet pig named "Comet". Comet thought she was a part of the sheep herd. Everywhere I went, she would follow, and rest of the time, she hung out with the sheep. 
 
Twice a week, I volunteered at the local kindergarten and preschool to introduce Japanese culture and tradition to the children through crafts, interactive play and story telling. I also learned English and their culture and tradition through all the experiences and traveling throughout New Zealand. It was a huge eye opening experience for me and the experiences I had and people I met there became my treasure for my life. When I came back to Japan. My passion about working with children was even stronger. But this time, it was also something to do with English. And, there was a opportunity to become a English teacher for children, yet, I realized a year of experience in New Zealand isn't good enough for what I wanted to  offer. So, I went back to University and graduated from university with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies of Culture and got a secondary school teacher's diploma. After completing my education, I worked at the public school in Japan as a junior high school English teacher. 


Coming to Canada

When I was 26 years old, I came to Canada and achieved my first dream as a little girl, I became a mother. Now I am blessed with 5 children. When my first son was two years old, I read a parenting book based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner {Anthroposophy}, it spoke to my soul and spirit strongly about how I wanted to raise my children. Since then, I have been educating myself through books, seminars and most of all my own experience through raising five children. As I learn more about Anthroposophy, the more I realized the importance of self awareness and self-discipline. My focus became more inner work of myself when I face challenges in my life.


Meeting Dr. Jelusich 

I met Dr. Richard Jelusich. And I joined "The Healer's Training for the whole human being" in 2012, and graduated in 2014. It made me face a lot of things I held on to which no longer serve me any more, not only in this life time but also many other life times. Dr. Jelshich often said to the students in his class "If you join into the healers training you are faced with not only this life time but 100 life times" It was so true. It was hard, yet a very rewarding experience that is still ongoing. I gained real inner strength, tools to over come my challenges, wisdom and knowledge about  life, and most of all Love toward myself. Through Anthroposophy and the healer's training I learned a lot about myself and how to be a "whole human being", which I define as... "is the being who is balanced in mental, emotional, physical,and spiritual aspects." This is why we came here for; gaining awareness and the consciousness help us to be who we really are. I now deeply understand that everything happens for a  reason, we are the creator of our own lives and circumstances, therefore, we  must act responsibly.  There are tremendous gifts hidden in every challenge in our lives. If we want to find them, it takes courage to face our darkest shadows. I now see a challenge as an opportunity to grow. Of course, it is not always easy, but, all I can do is "try my best!"

The Stories behind Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Why was I drawn to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

While I was having struggles in my life, I came across Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. I didn't know much about it, but, intuitively I knew it would help me. Every time I went to the session it got deeper. After my third session, the practitioner suggested to do "conception guided meditation" after I go home that day. I did the recommended meditation that night, I had a memory of my own conception!!! It was an amazing experience yet, it wasn't what I thought it would be like. Next time I went back to the session, I had a huge trauma release from my physical body. Sometimes after that I had some emotional and visual experiences of me being in my mother's arms when I was less than a week old in the hospital, which also wasn't really a positive experience. I realized that almost of the struggles I had in my life was based on those times when I was conceived, in the womb and after the birth relationship with my mother. I believe In that we have memories in our cells. Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy helped me to access to those memories and behavioural patterns I created based on those negative memories throughout my life. I healed from the core of the issues,which was mostly in the subconscious level. When this happened, I knew I was ready for this, because of the work I had been doing with healer's training in the metaphysical realm, yet I was feeling the limitation of just working from the metaphysical realm, even though the work was balancing mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects. I was starting to crave something more in the physical realm. I thought Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy was perfect for me. Now, I feel I have bridged the gap that I felt in my work between the metaphysical and physical realm. The circle is completed. I am so happy with the progress I've made in this process. 
I studied Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy under Ged Sumner who is the director of Body Intelligence Training, which offers Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy practitioner courses in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. 

​Chiharu is a member of The Bodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America.

​What Journey Am I on Now? 

Since I had my own experience of conception, being in the mother's womb and as a newborn baby, I understand Importance of healing the womb. In 2014, I was introduced to "the womb healing" by Sri Kaleshwar and my soul was vibrated by his teachings. Since then, I am on the Journey of "the womb healing process" and will keep continuing this process the rest of my life.
I believe the mother is like the sun, if she shines, everything around her lights up and becomes warm. When the  mother is happy, she makes everybody around her happy. You can heal your own mother and your mother's mother...     

It goes back 9 generations by healing your womb chakra.
Sri. Kaleshwar said "The mother is the number one healer in the universe. She is unbelievable loving, caring, sharing, loving, True love." That is so true. Yet, If a mother is wounded, how can she love herself and children and others? The wounds are passed along in generations. Everything starts with the mother. 
Since I am on this journey, I feel many challenges around my own birth experiences and so many life times worth karma with my mother also resolved, and I have compassion and love towards her.
If you are interested in the process, please visit the link in my website.