Despite being trained in both Western and Japanese styles of Reiki, I now teach only traditional Japanese Reiki—Usui Reiki Ryôhô (as taught by the International House of Reiki) and Komyo Reiki (as taught by Komyo Reiki Kai Founder Hyakuten Inamoto).
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! An international group of tarotists (check out the master list) are all writing on the same topic and then linking to each other so that the reader can hop from one blog to the next,
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! An international group of tarotists are all writing on the same topic and then linking to each other so that the reader can hop from one blog to the next, seeing all the permutations
Thursday night I taught Enkaku Chiryo Hô, the technique for remote healing, to my Okuden students (Reiki level 2). We learn a variety of traditional and non-traditional methods for treatment, as well as discussing the philosophy behind the practice. Then
A common thread that has come up in both my tarot classes and Reiki classes is, How can we help others when we have so much healing to do ourselves? As passionate as we are about sharing our gifts, the
I wrote this July 25, 2011 and didn’t post it because it didn’t have much of a point. But not everything does, does it? I hope this summer memory brightens your winter. Sunday afternoon I went to the Botanic Gardens
A while back I joked to a friend that I was going to develop a new way of reading tarot. I would have the client shuffle the deck and lay out three cards, then I would quietly channel Reiki while
But true soul-level healing can arise when the reader continues on to the layer of highest expression. By giving voice to the unassailable inspiration of these cards, whatever stories they may have already told, we shed the light of Divine Unity on the shards of self, and fractured parts reflect the perfect whole.