About HIROKO HIBBARD
My Background and Philosophy
By reading below, you will get to know brief life history of Hiroko and learn what led her to study and practice HEALING ARTS, and why she is choosing to walk on the path to serve others like you.
Everything happens for specific reason
for much healthier and happier life in the future
God, the Creator, the Divine, however that suits your belief is the main designer for your own life.
You are a co-designer.
What will happen if the main designer and you (as a co-designer) are having different opinion as to how to design your life???
Series of life events that can make you struggle, stuck and tear you apart can occur. How come we all have to struggle?
It will be nice to have very simple and easy and happy life, won’t it?
However, here is the fact and truth.
Challenges, Struggles, and Confusion are the key elements to have healthier and happier life.
Below shows my brief life path that led me to be who I am today. Throughout my life, I experienced several mysterious events. I had several health and life challenges (including chronic back and neck pain, skin disorder; eczema and psoriasis, food allergy, chemical sensitivity, postpartum depression, etc).
I could have had miserable life with pain and suffering, but I didn’t give up. When I hear the words such as “there is nothing I can do.” by a doctor, I was at a lost, got confused and scared at the same time.
However, confusion and fear led me to study alternative forms of healing. After having positive life changing experiences, I decided to dedicate my life serving and assisting others to help promote BALANCE and HEALING by the method of Environmental Feng Shui and Feng Shui for Body, Mind, and Soul (with BodyTalk system) and 100% pure and organic therapeutic-grade Essential Oils.
If you’d like to go ahead to read how I was guided to the path that I’m walking on NOW, you can click below to read my stories behind Feng Shui and Essential Oils.
Childhood: Life in Japan
I was born in Tokyo, Japan and grew up there throughout the childhood. However, I couldn’t fit into Japanese group-oriented society. I was very independent and couldn’t connect with others. I grew up hiding, keeping my mouth shut, and running away. However, I didn’t know WHY and WHAT I was hiding from. I had no reason to hate my life. But, somehow, I was not happy living. This feeling got me confused. This unspoken internal confusion manifested through my body which doctors didn’t know the cause of and those symptoms (My body’s screaming out for help) got my parents confused.
First Adventure: New Life in America
At the age of 17, my body (due to strange symptoms) forced me to make up decision to change my life completely.
And, I chose to see the other side of the world to seek something new. My parents supported my decision and gave me their permission to study abroad only if I could save enough money to cover the tuition and the living expenses.
I had two jobs to earn and save money to pursue my desire. Not knowing anyone in USA, I left Japan for Fresno, California and then, later on, Portland, Oregon. I’d never forgot the moment when I stepped out of the airplane at Portland International Airport and took my first breath. Feeling and knowing of “This is my Home” went through up the spine. I simply came back HOME after being lost for many years. That’s how I felt.
Gift and Life Wisdom that I gained in America
First 6 months went by so quickly. Everything was new and exciting. I felt so open and free. I didn’t realize how much I was suffocated in Japan even though I didn’t know the exact reason at that point yet. Being away from Japan, I got to see Japan that I’d never seen before. I learned to see things from the different perspective, which was one of the precious gift that I received.
Confusion in America
After a while of staying here in America, I felt that I lost my identify. I was seeking something, but I didn’t know what I was looking for. I felt like I had one foot into America and another one in Japan. I felt not grounded and balanced. That was when I chose to become US Citizen, thinking that it would make me feel more grounded and as a whole.
I Found My Own Identify
Shortly after I became US Citizen in 2000, I realized that I was American who happened to have Japanese female body. I had a major energy shift. That was when I was introduced to Tea Ceremony which is Japanese tradition and I could truly appreciate the true beauty of Japan and Japanese culture. First time in my life, I accepted for who I am.
I Became a Seeker. A Seeker of Truth
When East meets West, amazing thing happened.
When my oriental background merged with Western Culture, big shift occurred deep within me.
With integration of the both perspectives of East and West, Yin and Yang, things became much clear and I started looking up and within. That was when my journey to seek enlightenment began.
When a student is ready, master shows up. And, that’s what happened to me. I’ve been walking on the path: Light and Sound path for more than 17 years.
To learn the details of Hiroko’s Services, please visit my services page.
Hiroko Hibbard is here to assist you as a
Hiroko (Japanese American) has been serving as a holistic healing practitioner for over 10 years in Portland and Vancouver.
Being exposed to two cultures (Japan and America), she has gained the ability to see things from both yin/yang dualistic perspectives and beyond, and she will assist to promote balance and harmony within Body, Mind, and Soul with the BodyTalk System and through the environment with the Feng Shui system.
Based on the clients concerns/needs, she uses other natural healing modalities such as Raindrop Technique, Vibrational Raindrop Technique, VitaFlex Technique, Neuroauricular Technique, and Emotional Release technique using 100% pure and Organic therapeutic-grade Essential Oils. Regardless of your concerns and issues that you are suffering from;
physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually, Hiroko is happy to help you transform your life.
Hiroko Hibbard’s Mission Statement
I am only one, but I am one.
I cannot do everything, but I can do something.
What I can do, I should do and,
with the help of God, I will Do.