Otmar Jenner was born 1958 in Hamburg and had his first experience with spritual healing in early childhood, initiated by his father. But his first career was as a journalist and war correspondent. A near death experience renewed his interest in spirituality and led him to study with spiritual healers, until he became a healer himself. About his work he published the successful book “Spirituelle Medizin”. He founded the Center for Energetical Medicine in Berlin and his own near-death experience and his long-standing role as a mentor to the terminally led to write his “Book of Transition”, a European version of the Tibetan Book of the Dead. His recent focus is on bringing holistic perspectives into the healing professions, a learning process underlying his new work “Resonance Medicine”. As a former rock musician, Otmar Jenner is an accomplished singer with various youtube clips chanting holy texts.
Conversation with Michael Görden
In his interview with Allegria publisher Michael Görden German healer Otmar Jenner explains all diseases have their origin in a sick consciousness. If you want to heal the body, then you have to heal your consciousness first. That is the first motto of the resonance medicine developed by Otmar Jenner. But the second might even be more important: Everything is energy. Everything, every being, every human – even the mind is energy. Since the mind is pure energy and the human body consists of energy in an organic state, the power of the mind is able to transcend physical boundaries. Sick consciousness can be healed; even sick organs can become fully healthy again.
Energetic healing is the art of letting energy flow in a healing way. Every human being is able to do that – if he really wants it, that is. Jenner talks about karmic causes of diseases and how to overcome them. His own near-death experiences and his long-standing role as a mentor to the terminally ill allowed him to write a handbook designed to guide individuals raised in the European tradition through the process of dying and prepare them emotionally and practically for what lies ahead. He talks about his “Book of Transition” as a travel guide for the journey from this world to the next, a modern manual for the art of living and dying. From his songs for the dying developed from the “Tibetan Book of the Dead” and gives an example of one of the songs he performed for an German CD production.