Website and Services Changes

Beginning June 2017, I will be making changes to both my website and available services.  One of my personal goals for this year was to make life simpler, and that includes my healing practice. I am combining some of my services since they cross paths anyway, and some I will no longer be offering. This will help me focus on the services I feel most called to offer.  Hopefully this website will be much easier to navigate once I’m finished. I will also be offering few Reiki classes. I prefer to teach larger classes, and hopefully offering fewer will increase […]

How to Choose a Reiki Master/Teacher – Nashville Reiki

Warning:  Rant Ahead!  This is a word of advice to choose your Reiki Master/Teacher wisely.  Do the research, and find someone that resonates with you.  Trust your instinct! I have seen several advertisements lately from Reiki Masters trying to make a quick buck teaching first and second degree Reiki.  Many offer the first and second degree class combined, which I am against.  Many are including second and third degree symbols with the first level class.  And I have also seen classes that were only one or two hours long.  You cannot possibly teach everything there is to know about Reiki […]

Being Spiritual

Being Spiritual I hear a lot of buzz these days about the Spiritual but Not Religious, especially in the younger crowds.  Churches are obviously watching this group closely because as fewer people identify with religion, the church population decreases.  Most of the people I know are not religious, and I don’t consider myself to be religious either.  I am a confirmed Roman Catholic, but I don’t attend on a regular basis.  Every few months I get the desire to go to Mass.  I will go for a several weeks and then I’m good again for the next six months.  I […]

I Blame Religion

I Blame Religion This post was originally written in August 2012 on my other blog.  I am moving the post here while I clean up or close the other site. I listened to a great talk by Rabbi Rami Shapiro this morning at the Greater Nashville Unitarian Universalist Church.  His theme was all things are possible with God, which is not always a good thing.  His points made me think about events in my life, especially related to members of my family.  Rabbi Rami might not approve of me adding my personal thoughts to his sermon, but hopefully he would […]

Ascended Masters

Ascended Masters I have often said that Jesus was one of the great Ascended Masters, a prophet much like Buddha, Muhammad, Abraham, and others.  Beyond that, I’m not sure.  I guess you could call me an agnostic when it comes to Jesus.  I believe he existed, that he was one with God, and had many things to teach us.  I doubt the stories of the virgin birth and being raised from the dead.  These are not original stories, and do they even matter?  As long as we listen and learn from his teachings do we need to believe the rest? […]

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