Have you noticed Reiki passion alone isn’t enough to help people try Reiki? Here’s the secret step that will make a difference.
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.
Do hidden expectations undermine your Reiki conversations? Once I discovered mine, I was able to change them, to speak with greater ease and confidence, and you can, too.
Finding your Reiki voice is good for you and good for the Reiki community. Here’s an easy, fun way to do that.
Like many Reiki practitioners, you might say things that confuse — or concern — people who new to Reiki. Here’s an easy tip to avoid that, and pique people’s interest in Reiki.
By bringing Reiki practice to New York Fashion Week, Nathalie Jaspar introduced many people to Reiki who likely would not have experienced it otherwise.
If you think Reiki practice is for everyone, why discriminate against skeptics? Here’s are tips to easily engage the skeptics in your life, with a few words about when to stop, and why.
Why declare your self care practice? For one thing, you might inspire someone else to start daily self practice.
People often ask which questions will help them know who is a “good” Reiki practitioner. Try these three.
We can clarify our Reiki perspective without attacking one another. Here are a few tips.
Reiki isn’t solely a treatment to receive from someone else; it’s a practice for your at home self care.