Jnani's Sabbatical Sea Travel Fund
Our beloved Jnani has spent her adult lifetime in service to people with cancer and other chronic and life-threatening illnesses. She has been called a "midwife to the dying" because of her service in reducing suffering and supporting healing for people who are journeying out of embodiment and into spirit.
Jnani's presence has been welcomed by patients, their families and their friends with statements such as, "You made a huge difference for us in this time of loss." She has always offered sliding scale fee for her services and has gifted many people gratis who had no ability
Jnani is travelling counter-clockwise around the world aboard 'Cendrillion', (french for Cinderella) one of 360 container ships in the CMA-CGM line. This two month sabbatical is a fairytale and a dream come true for Jnani. The trip comes at a time of need having spent the previous past 14 months supporting a friend through cancer treatment and end of life. It also completes the wishes of her friend to have her ashes given to the Pacific Ocean. Her ashes were scattered by Jnani into the Pacific Ocean on the Spring Equinox, 2016 from the stern of 'Cendrillion' with a formal ceremony conducted by Master Captain Mario Tomas.
Jnani has begun using her sea time to collate her life's work into products that she hopes to market including e-books and print media. In exchange for your donations Jnani is happy to offer prayers on anyone's behalf who so desires them, as long as the wish behind the prayer includes benefit to at least one person and no harm to any one or thing.
Jnani will record all the prayers that she has delivered to the Seas and when she disembarks, they will be placed on her website keeping all names anonymous unless otherwise instructed. The prayers, like sand paintings, will not remain on the site forever.
Please visit the website www.yogaforpeoplewithcancer.com to become more familiar with Jnani's work in this life.
Through these funds Jnani will be sending all her gratitude through love to each and every one of you. Namaste.