Gratitude – why the grass isn’t always greener on the other side – Reiki Principles

The Reiki Principles are the five founding ideals of Reiki. My favourite Reiki principle is: Just for today I will be grateful. I think a lot of people always live with the attitude that that other people have it better. That the grass is greener somewhere else. But have you really stopped to inspect your own lawn!

How to become a Reiki Therapist | Online Reiki Courses in Natural Healing

People come to The Reiki Store looking for safe and natural healing techniques that will transform the way they live. They may have a specific illness or injury that they are struggling with, or an emotional or spiritual burden they can’t quite get on top of. Often people look to alternative therapies like Reiki, when traditional medicine has failed them or caused a whole host of new complications and problems for their health and wellbeing.

Learning About Reiki

The practice of Reiki also aims to develop and promote living in harmony with others. Aside from practicing Reiki and its principles, the founder of the Reiki system, Mikao Usui also recommends the practice of simple ethical ideals that can lead to peace and harmony...

Reiki Animal Treatment for Dogs and Cats

As an Animal Reiki Practitioner, alot of your day to day work will be treating your clients pets with Reiki; especially family dogs and cats. This video shows you how to approach and conduct a Animal Reiki Healing session with Pets that you are meeting for...

Reiki Meditation for Receiving

Many people especially those in the healing professions like Reiki; are able to give to others easily, but find it very difficult to receive anything for themselves in return. This Reiki Meditation for Receiving will help you to build up your levels of...

Healing Horses with Reiki

Like so many of us within the field of Reiki, Emma was drawn to healing horses using Animal Equine Reiki Healing through a personal experience of pain and loss, when her beloved horse developed Cancer and subsequently died. In this video Emma shares with...

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