I believe the real healing comes from the daily practice of Reiki. So much focus is given to the hands on healing aspect, that we forget it's our daily practice that heals most. If we forget to work on ourselves and just offer sessions to others. We miss the true meaning of reiki. It 's the time we spend in self reflection and self care that creates miracles.When we become the walking bright light. We naturally heals those around us.Pay attention to your own house before you go clean others.
Nevada was found abandoned in a backyard in Riverside.
He had been the victim of abusive individuals who were training him to be used
as a charro horse. Their training methods included beating his legs with
chains in order to make him do the Spanish walk and to piaffe on
command. When he was rescued by Hanaeleh
horse rescue he was very timid and distrusting of humans. He would bite and
run away from people.I decided I would
try and give him reiki. Yes he tried to bite me at first, but o...
truly embody reiki. One must stop thinking and start observing. The next
time you find yourself stuck in your head with thought, worry ,
planning or reminisce . Stop and observe!!! What do you see, hear and
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best technique for being a good reiki practitioner is the simplicity of
just being. Be present and let the energy flow. Every time you stop to
throw in the lastest and greatest technique or symbol you slow down the
flow of energy. There is no need for MORE. Just be the energy Continue reading...
I came to Reiki by
accident - if there's such thing. I was searching...obviously for my own energy.
Most of my life i was borderline hyperactive and at some point hyperactivity
takes a toll on you: exhaustion with all its consequences: lack of
concentration, of motivation etc...So i was aware something needed to change in
my operating mode. So Reiki came at the perfect time to explore my own
energy and discover a strong body-mind connection. Needless to
say -- it was a revelation: i us... Continue reading...
While I was working as the urban Zen Clinical Coordinator at UCLA
(mentoring the staff training there), a Respiratory Therapist in the
program took me into the Neo Natal Unit where there was a tiny,
premature baby in an isolation tent, connected to the monitors and life
support equipment. She was able to open the 'tent ' up but couldn't
touch the infant, so held her hands (she was attuned to Reiki I as part
of the program) about 2 inches above her. When she started the
treatment, the O...
I recently got a new hospice patient. She was at end stage
colon cancer and in a lot of physical and emotional pain. The first day she
asked me if reiki could make her die quicker. She was ready to go and didn’t
want anyone to see her this way. Even her daughter was not able to see her that
day.. I gave her reiki with the intent that her passing would be quick. She was
very sick and emotional. I came the next day and what a difference. She had the
nurses get her up and put on her make-up ...
Offering Reiki to cancer
survivors or people going through cancer treatments has shown its benefits as a
support for stress management and as complementary care. Visualizing pain or the
disease can be a great liberator. I had this striking experience with a patient
at Free Reiki 4 Cancer Clinic. Two of us were giving Reiki to a patient
when she started experiencing tension - we could see and feel the tension in her
chest -- she was shaking and deep breathing. We both held her arms on
e... Continue reading...
was doing Reiki on a friend who has never had Reiki before. She
was on the table and I started scanning her body. I also put a few
crystals on her chakras that felt deficient. I feft a heat/tingling
sensation on the top of her crown and third eye. I gave her some Reiki. I
continued the scanning and giving Reiki for another 30 minutes or so.
She told me after the session that her left ankle was operated on a few
years ago. It has 2 screws in it. She said at one point she felt a
sensati... Continue reading...
with people coming from all walks of life meaning some do know the
benefits of Reiki, some don't, some are skeptical. The last 2 categories often
lead to interesting exchanges. For instance, one day at a Veteran
center we were offering Reiki to men and women who went
to Iraq or Afghanistan and are in
transition to their next assignments or next destination -- this tall,
confident men came in the room, looking at us and inspecting the room,
he asked "what are doing?" - we e...