It doesn’t have to be a question that’s keeping you up at night. It could be a small one.
Even small questions can keep you from opening your mouth or offering your hands to share your practice with others who might benefit.
Maybe it’s the question you’re afraid you’ll be asked. You know what the answer is to you, but you don’t know how to express it to others without risking derision.
Why do I ask?
Any Reiki question?
Sharing your Reiki practice helps others
Retreat to find your answers
I will share my perspective on any question you ask, and I’ll help you find your answers to the questions we all need to answer for ourselves.
You might be looking for an answer with so much fervor that you’re getting in your own way. We’ve all done that. If you think that might be happening with you, consider stepping back a bit. Retreat.
Retreat is a time-honored way to go deeper into yourself and your practice. The better you get at dropping within, the faster you’re able to move out of the pressure that can mount in even a seasoned practitioner’s life, the kind of pressure that can lead you to do or say something you’ll regret.
A retreat to meet your needs, yes, yours!
Truly, every Reiki self practice is a mini-retreat in which you drop into your center to re-orient and heal. And taking some dedicated time will help you deepen that.
Can’t make it to the Heart of Practice Reiki Retreat in Mexico? I understand. As a single mom, such an experience was out of my reach for many years.
That’s why I created the Usui Virtual Retreat. It’s a retreat you make in your home, on your schedule. You don’t even have to do it on consecutive days. Make it work for you. It’s well worth it to go deeper into your practice experience.
Here’s another DIY option: the Daily Self Reiki Challenge. Your daily self practice is a retreat you take every day. The “daily” part matters because every day your life pulls you off center. Dedicate even a little time each day to come back to yourself and you’ll see a difference.
How little is “a little time?” Hawayo Takata* famously said, “Any Reiki practice is better than no Reiki practice.” Momentary Reiki touch can soften escalating tension. And yes, in this case, more (Reiki practice) is better, but really, any support is better than leaving yourself unsupported. Make sense?
The Daily Self Reiki Challenge gently supports daily practice by giving you a very short email reminder to inspire your practice every day for 30 days. Some people appreciate it so much they sign up again and again. Makes me soo happy!
And your daily self Reiki practice makes you so happy!
*Hawayo Takata brought Reiki practice from Japan with her Reiki master Chujiro Hayashi, who was a direct student of Reiki founder Mikao Usui.