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A Bit About Me

After eight years studying taoism and zen under world class teachers and becoming a Zen teacher myself, I spent nearly 2 decades as a registered nurse but, in my misguided ways, I fell into a life of sin and self-destruction.

In I Timothy 1:15, the apostle Paul said that "...Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the worst..." Well, I think that there was a time when I gave Paul a run for his money. I nearly destroyed myself, my health; spiritually, mentally and physically, and my life and caused pain to my family, friends and others. 

So, I understand the sufferings of mankind. I understand being lost, sick, dejected, hopeless and just plain tired. 

But G-d, in His grace, pulled me out of that hole that I had dug for myself and helped me to begin my journey of healing. Healing not just my soul, but my mind and body. By G-d's grace, I've been forgiven, reborn and redeemed.

I then went on to become an ordained Messianic Rabbi but still I had no clear path or calling. 

After years of praying that G-d may give me a calling and, having long had a desire to heal all of the broken hearts, minds and bodies of my fellow sufferers, it seems, to me, that perhaps G-d has, in His grace, answered that prayer and provided a means by which that might be possible. A means by which the sufferings of my fellow man (and woman) might be assuaged. 

All healing is from G-d but I believe that He does provide us with some wonderful tools. With such tools, along with a heart-felt calling, I believe that much good work can be done, by the grace of G-d. 


The well known words of amazing grace comes to mind...

"Once I was lost but now I'm found, was blind but now I see."


My greatest desire is only to be a healing tool of G-d's grace and mercy in the service of human suffering in the world.


Arielle Bat Dinah