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Tsering’s Story of Reiki and Arthritis

Back in 1998 Frans and I became Reiki Masters in Nepal and consequently found ourselves in an amazing situation in Darjeeling, in the Indian Himalaya, opening up a Reiki centre. Our home and centre was perched on top of the mountain, in an English built mansion, with 360 degree views which included that of the world’s 3rd largest mountain

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Usui’s Meditation on Mt Kurama

This particular meditation is said by some to have been practised by Usui Mikao while meditating on kurama yama or hiei zan.

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Rose’s Charity Day

I, along with other students, volunteered my time for the charity day held at Samadhi Yoga in Newtown on the 19th of June. Not only was it a feeling of accomplishment to be helping to raise money for such a great cause, the education of children in Nicaragua, but an incredible experience that I will never forget.

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The Answer is Inside

Sheri went to the doctor and found out that she had something in her body causing a problem. It was a lump. The doctor called it a name, something long and Latin.

At home, she pondered the doctor’s words: ‘possibly malignant’, ‘operate’, and ‘chemotherapy’. These words did not seem to relate to her life. She didn’t tell anyone – she didn’t want a fuss.

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Poems by Adam Ross Wilson

we all know that we have heaven in our hearts

and that our souls are all too beautiful to perceive

too bright to see and too expansive to breathe

into our small hesitant lungs

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Mealtime Meditation

Eating correctly for a healthy lifestyle consists of more than counting calories or watching your fat intake. By following some very simple guidelines we can make our food more nourishing without altering our diet.

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The Three Minds

A look at the body’s three energy centres

The Three Minds correspond to the three Tan Tiens or major energy centres within the body. They can store, transform and supply energy to and from each other, the spinal cord, sexual organs and other major organs. The upper Tan Tien is located within the upper brain, the middle Tan Tien is located in the heart and the lower Tan Tien in the abdomen.

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Trust and Getting out of the Way

I was in Japan recently training with Dr Masaaki Hatsumi, the 34 th grandmaster of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. ‘Bujinkan’ means ‘Hall of the Divine Warrior’ and Hatsumi Soke (grandmaster) is the inheritor of nine different schools of martial arts – the oldest of which has a written record from about 1100 AD, but which is much older and originated in China. Soke is 72 years old, and is considered a National Living Treasure in Japan. His teacher, Takamatsu Sensei, is acknowledged as the last real ninja in Japan.

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