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Reiki Refresher Course

I’m often asked basic questions about Reiki by other Reiki practitioners who feel like they are not prepared to start their Reiki practice, so I designed this class as a refresher to Reiki Levels 1 and 2. This class is intended for those participants who have already been attuned to Levels 1 or 2. Have you been away from Reiki for a while and feel ready to start healing again? Do you feel like you didn’t learn all that you needed from a previous teacher?  This class is designed for students who have already been attuned to Reiki Level 1 […]

Changes for July 2018

Starting this month, I’m back from a needed break.  I think we can all admit that the past year has been crazy, and I feel the effects like everyone else.  I was also taking too many appointments, and burned myself out.  I spent today updating my website with new limited hours, and scheduling Reiki classes.  It feels good to be back, doing what fuels my soul.  I’m still on break from doing Shamanic healings though, but more about that below. Over the past few months, I’ve gone through many personal changes.  I feel good about that.  Change means growth.  And […]

Living in Love

I deleted some people from my friends list on Facebook recently.  It wasn’t for any single post they made, but a combination of things.  At first I was hesitant to delete them.  Why is that?  Surely I don’t still play the numbers game I did when Facebook first became popular.  But I decided I would rather have just a handful of good people on my friends list, than 300 that I can’t relate to. I don’t bash people for their posts.  Everyone has a right to their opinion, and I try to respect that.  But these people went too far […]

Philosophy of a Washing Machine

Our trusted old washing machine died a few weeks ago.  You know the type, white top-loader that you could hear all over the house when it was spinning.  It agitated the hell out of your clothes, and they came out tangled and wrinkled, but they were clean and the process was simple. When we visited the local home improvement store to look for a new one, and I was surprised at the latest enhancements in washing clothes, and OMG the prices.  I think most washers were more than we paid for our set.  I wasn’t interested in a new front […]

Gay and Catholic

By now most people have heard the story about Cardinal Dolan refusing to allow gay protesters enter the church for Mass.  I was very upset when I read the story, and stayed that way most of the day.  This story laid heavy on my heart, but I didn’t know exactly why.  I can connect with being gay and Catholic, and even though I wasn’t there and haven’t attended Mass in years, I still felt betrayed and rejected by the church. My first reaction was to send a letter to the local parish where my membership is still recorded, and instruct […]

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