“Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie.”
There are many paths to wholeness and well-being, and energy healing is one of them.
Over the years I have had the pleasure of studying different modalities of healing from many wonderful teachers, and have blended the best of what I’ve learned into a form of energy work that I find most effective and enjoyable.
Reiki is a Japanese practice for increasing your Life Force. It is the tool that created a profound positive shift in my own life many years ago when I was sick and no doctor could help me. Essentially, those who practice Reiki create a free-flowing connection between themselves (or a client during a Reiki treatment) and the unlimited and universal supply of Life Force that surrounds everything. The most common way to make this connection is the laying of hands on or close to the body, although this connection can also be made at a distance – which is how I mostly work. Read more about Reiki here>>
Prayer means different things to different people, from the formal prayers taught as part of a religious tradition, to personal prayers uttered in moments of crisis. Mostly, people use words to pray – and I do too – but I like to think of prayer as anything that aligns us with Spirit (or whatever name you prefer for the Divine). This alignment can take place without the use of words – and frequently does. A famous dance teacher taught her students to sweat their prayers on the dance floor – I like that! I have experienced so many miracles – big and small – as a response to prayer that I could write a book. In fact, that’s exactly what I’m doing. Read more about Prayer here>>
Lightwork is simply anything that adds more light to ourselves and the world, such as kindness, generosity, forgiveness and compassion. The calling card of lightwork is joy, therefore anything that adds more joy to our lives and the world can also be called lightwork. Added to that, there are many practices that work directly with light to bring about positive results. I am reminded of the interview Oprah did with a young boy who had been struggling with rage and violent outbursts. He was taught how to surround himself with white light and the outbursts subsided to be replaced with peace and calm. A powerful practice indeed!