For the last five years, right around the end of April, I have attended the annual Celebration of Reiki Conference, held in the Boston area. As a long-time Reiki practitioner and teacher, I am thrilled to be among a solid group of people who take their practice seriously and are committed to bringing credible, reliable resources to the Reiki community. In 2016 I become a member of the Celebration of Reiki Planning Committee and am fortunate to be part of that awesome team that contributes to the flourishing of this vital non-profit organization.
The information I shared was very well received by the conference attendees and my intent now is to share something with you about it. I feel inspired to shed some light on the background, teachings, and practice of Reiki – a practice that for way too long fell into the "woo-woo" New Age category. I think it's time for that to change.
Ready to clear up some myths and misperceptions about Reiki? You can start here:
In this second video, I talk about the language we use to explain Reiki to others:
Reiki Myths: Explaining Reiki to Others
In this last video, I share a little bit about Reiki "attunements," the process of being activated as a Reiki healer. I have heard some misconceptions and inaccurate explanations about this and want to set the record straight so you can understand the truth about it:
Reiki Myths: Attunements