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Energy Conservation Using Reiki

One subject that often arises during my supportive visits to hospice patients is the lack of energy. As time goes on, almost every patient experiences a heavy fatigue. The simple everyday movements become more and more difficult. I remember one grandmother who was grieving the fact she was too tired to have her grandchildren stop […] Read more

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Expectations in Reiki

Expectations in Reiki

Article by Samantha Goddard  One of my opening questions to students who are taking a Reiki class is; “Do you have any expectations for this class?” I usually follow this by explaining that I feel it is a good idea to meet expectations at this stage of the day, but then emphasise a very strong […] Read more

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Lunar Reiki

Lunar Reiki

Article by Bob Lacey Reiki is well known as the Universal life-force energy in the universe that can be channeled for healing from a number of sources. Conventional information says that all forms of Reiki heal. But what isn’t often mentioned is that different forms of Reiki work in different ways and can even work […] Read more

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How Reiki Saved Me when I Was Grieving

Article by Sharon Ehlers The universe often has a way of bringing something to us when we need it most. This can be said for how I “found” Reiki. I was working in Washington, D.C. as a government civilian in a job that was beyond stressful. The politics, long hours, and push to get things […] Read more

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The Importance of Seeing Reiki As a Self-Healing Technique

More and more often, when I read articles about Reiki, the practitioners are proclaiming themselves as effective healers. Usually, a client comes in for a Reiki session due to a difficult period in his life and therefore, he’s emotionally vulnerable. The practitioner has the duty to assist him in overcoming that vulnerability and not reinforcing […] Read more

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