Tag: Reiki

Hope

My Reiki journey officially started in April and by September 2017 I had already gotten my Level 3 Reiki Master. I had no idea at the time why I felt such an intense draw to get all of my levels, a week after level 1 I had already reached out to my mentor asking for level 2.

Typically there’s an integration period, many spend time with each level, healing themselves, educating themselves and

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Love Thy Self

If being fully honest with myself (and all of you reading this), I actually remember very little of that fateful day in April.

It was a whirlwind of emotion, eye opening conversation and incredible healing.

I had no idea exactly how much healing I received that day though until

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More Synchronicity

I was thrilled to be attending Reiki level 1 in just a short week and seemed to understand deep inside that the Theta healing that had been gifted was the reason that door was opened, almost as though the universe could see that I was truly ready this time so doors started flying open to help the process.

If you remember in my last article I had mentioned just

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Fast Forward

Let’s fast forward to April 2017. I had been receiving Reiki on a regular basis to get me through the months of turmoil I was still in the midst of. I looked forward to the hour of peace each week and the days after where I was still able to stay away from reacting to my emotions and instead was processing the emotions, allowing them to flow and acknowledging them so they could move out to make room for healing.

The mental health services I was currently receiving were

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The Day I Woke Up

I remember the day that I woke up. The day that I realized what I was doing to cope with everyday life was no longer working.

It was late September 2016, I was 4 months into the most traumatic experience I’d had in decades, beating myself up for the decisions I’d made, scared for my girls, angry that my career was basically over and just filled with rage at the turn my life had taken. I was sitting on my back deck

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