When we start to look deeply within the system of Reiki we begin to see that Usui-san is really teaching us about our state of mind and how to work with the mind.
In the first five years or my Reiki journey, literally from the first day I was attuned to Reiki-1 in Bangalore, India, my life changed, as miracles and manifestations happened in my life. Kind of dramatic to say that, but let me elaborate.
Here are some photos and comments from some of the lovely Shinpiden graduates from Frans Stiene’s recent European teachings.
This last week senior Reiki Teacher at the International House of Reiki, Frans Stiene, travelled from Australia to the Shômudo Shugen hermitage in the French Alps to receive teachings from the Reverend Yamabushi Priest Kûban.
Little Hands, Bright light is about the journey of Ken and Mari - a small boy and his older sister - as they discover the world of energy healing. Equipped only with love for their ailing grandparent, the two quickly learn how simple and yet profound energy healing can be. Set in Japan in the early 1900s, the story has a wonderful cultural feel while simultaneously sharing timeless concepts that can be appreciated by anyone, anywhere. Whether enjoyed independently or as shared-reading experience, Ken and Mari’s is a journey anyone can follow - whether young or old, small or big.
Chant along - or just listen - as Frans Stiene chants the Japanese Healing Chants. Frans has put together a set of 4 one hour healing chanting teleclasses and they can be bought individually or as a set.
If you are wanting to work at your own healing then NOW is the time. Take this opportunity to either listen or chant along as Frans opens the door to healing through these traditional Japanese chants.
I found this wonderful quote waiting for me, from an author whose work and words I love: The other day I was putting some dishes in the dishwasher. Suddenly and totally unexpectedly the fear of death came racing to the surface. An unusual occurrence for me. I fully felt the fear and then felt gratitude that I am alive and can savor the moment. Savoring loading the dishwasher made me laugh. Being grateful for what is allowed me to release the fear. ~ Dr. Susan Gregg
A hundred times a day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depends on the labor of other people, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving.
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