Most of you probably know of Hawayo Takata. She was the woman who brought Reiki to the West from Japan. I had the good fortune to learn First and Second Degree Reiki from her in San Francisco in 1978 and 1979. [Read more…]
I bet virtually every one of you has asked yourself that question at some point. I know I have.
Within a span of two days, two students stopped by my office. The first one had been treating her nephew. She [Read more…]
The names in this story have been changed.
My Reiki practice is primarily hands-on. My viewpoint is that physical treatment is always preferable if it’s possible. But sometimes, distant treatment is the only way we have to offer Reiki. [Read more…]
I was recently teaching a First Degree class. On the second day, one of the students asked, “If we can treat ourselves with Reiki, why would we have someone else treat us?” [Read more…]