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The Daily Draw: Six of Swords

The Daily Draw: Six of Swords

Don’t fear the Postman In the RWS tarot deck, the Six of Swords depicts a family making a trip across water to new land. They are moving away from turbulence into calmer waters. While this can imply a journey from one geographical location to another, it is even more likely that it is a journey … Continue reading

Be Yourself

Be Yourself

One of the greatest challenges we face in our development is self-discovery, finding out who we are, being ourselves. We start off innocent children. Inevitably, we encounter people who want us to conform, beginning a power struggle that will follow us throughout our lives at home, school, church, peers, the workplace, etc. Socially, the world seems … Continue reading

Forgiveness is a Choice

Forgiveness is a Choice

Last week I collected a fair bit of baggage over an event that I had been looking forward to attending for the past seven or eight months. At the time I first learned of the event, someone volunteered to perform a service for me that would enable me to go. When the time came, this … Continue reading

Tuning in to a Reiki Client

Tuning in to a Reiki Client

  I’ve been writing about awareness this week, and how we tune in to the world around us. Today I thought I’d write about the ways in which I tune in to reiki clients. The first way is the most obvious – speak with your client. Ask how they are feeling, why they are seeking … Continue reading

My Feelings? I Thought they Were Yours.

My Feelings? I Thought they Were Yours.

It’s common for people to tell you how they feel about things – relationships, work, politics, brussel sprouts. But it’s actually the other way around – our feelings drive what w e think. For example, brussel sprouts have never actively sought to offend anyone, yet those who have bad feelings towards them (based on input from … Continue reading

Tuning In/Tuning Out

Tuning In/Tuning Out

There’s an old joke about a guy who lives next to a train track all his life. Every night the B&O comes through at about 2 AM, so loud and close that the floor boards rattle in the guy’s house. Of course, he sleeps through it. Then one night the train breaks down five miles … Continue reading