Hawayo Takata often said Reiki practitioners don’t pick things up from people. But is this true? Takata’s student Susan Mitchell shares her experience and insight.
GUEST BLOG: Four of the 22 masters initiated by Mrs. Takata attended the Northwest Reiki Gathering: Phyllis Furumoto, Paul Mitchell, Wanja Twan and Rick Bockner. Each was extremely approachable.
If you are practicing on others, especially as a hospital or hospice volunteer, and you are not practicing daily self-treatment, you may well be a Reiki martyr. (Audible gasp) “But,” you sputter, “Reiki is safe. I was taught that Reiki is safe.”
GUEST BLOGGER Reiki master and Takata student Susan Mitchell tells us how Mrs. Takata performed the Reiki nerve stroke.
GUEST BLOGGER Susan Mitchell: Hawayo Takata always said, “Reiki brings us health, success, happiness, and long life.” When she talked about these qualities, her voice held a wonderful lightness and wisdom. Part of the “success” she talked about certainly had to do with money.