Jill Ayn Schneider’s memoir, Revolutionary Healer
, recounts her story up until her present age of 75. Beginning with her grounded upbringing since the age of two, by Benolia Thompson, her African American, part Cherokee and part German-Jewish housekeeper. Set in the upward country club mobility of suburban New York City, she observed a life that didn’t feel real. Public school educated in the 50’s and 60’s, graduating with a teaching degree from The American University in Washington, DC gave Jill Ayn a exceptional foundation of an acceptance of the growing dissent from the civil rights, women’s and anti-war movements sprouting profusely at the time. Picking up a guitar during the summer after graduation in 1966, she learned from the folk/protest activists of Peter, Paul and Mary, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins, etc..
Her original songs included in this Audiobook unfolded in the middle 70’s and continue to this day. Her producer, Howie Hersh, is thrilled to guide Jill Ayn to implement her recording process in her Blue Ridge Mountain studio on her own.
Revolutionaries do not live under anyone’s control, they are lithe and slippery enough to wiggle their little ass out of danger. This outrageously motivational memoir will move you to start your journey by getting a free consult
from Jill and she will launch you forward to find and live from your own Revolutionary Healer.