Nico is a regular attendee of the Monday night Reiki Circles. Not only does she come to give and receive Reiki, she is also a professional Reiki healer. Please read on for her words about the weekly Reiki Circles and maybe you will join us soon!
Even though the content has barely changed, teaching Reiki online is a whole different world than in person and as an animal lover, the best part is the animal babies that almost always make an appearance.
A wonderful Reiki teacher became part of the world of Spirit this past Friday March 12, 2021, Laurelle Shanti Gaia. I met her in 2016 at the International Reiki Retreat in Sedona as well as taking Reiki Levels 1 and 2 with her and her husband and teaching partner, Michael Baird.
On my morning walk last week, I saw tiny yellow and green growth pushing up from the earth of what I can assume are the start of daffodils. Spring! Yes!
As you know, I’m a Reiki teacher, which is a practice/art/modality that this particular linage derives from Japan. While it may be common knowledge that Reiki was “discovered” in the early 1920s, but what may not be well known within the history is the jump that it made from a Japanese practice to something that is primarily practiced in the western world today. Google it, Reiki isn’t that big in Japan, or not in a public way that it is in here, which blows my mind because it’s a practice of Japanese origin! (And while it’s of Japanese origin, it’s for all the peoples of the earth).