Do you wonder why some people hop aboard when you speak about Reiki, while others vacate the premises? It’s easy to figure this out, and start speaking in ways that invite more people in.
Communicating Reiki Successfully
Reiki is easy to practice but not so easily communicated. If you feel uncomfortable talking about Reiki, or you're not getting the response you anticipate, these articles will help.
As a Reiki practitioner, you know you have the ability to help. You simply place your Reiki hands lightly on someone in distress, and the distress softens. You’ve seen this many times.
But the ability to help isn’t enough, is it? We also need the power to help. How can we get that?
May Day marks the first year of Reiki Central, and what a ride it’s been! Please celebrate with me on Saturday May 1–free webinar to discuss your questions.
Reiki practitioners often ask me, “How can I get people to open up to Reiki?” This is a curious question to me. I find people to be very open and interested in Reiki. And honestly, I don’t see it as my job to open people up to Reiki. My job is to reach the people who are already open to Reiki (even if they don’t know it)…
The competition in major league baseball is fierce, but players stay focused on their own practice and maintain respectful, cordial relationships with opponents on the field. Reiki practitioners are colleagues, not opponents, yet they often sideline themselves in meaningless rivalries.
“I want Reiki to be as common as aspirin.”–Hawayo Takata
Reiki-as-common-as-aspirin means Reiki available mainstream, maybe not at your local pharmacy, but available where the mainstream public hangs out. You could help make that desire a reality. Are you with me?
Reiki practitioners wanting to champion Reiki in health care understandably look for studies that prove Reiki. I can save you time.
Public interest in Reiki treatment and practice is rising rapidly, leading many to wonder, What’s the best way to learn to practice Reiki? Here are some points to consider.
There are so many myths about when Reiki treatment can be safely used. Let’s dispel the myth that Reiki treatment is ever contraindicated once and for all. We can start by looking at what is really happening when we offer Reiki treatment.
The discussion of the US Catholic Bishops’ anti-Reiki advisory continues as PBS’s Religion and Ethics correspondent Kim Lawton interviews a Catholic nun/Reiki master, a lay Reiki master, and a representative of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.