REIKI

REIKI is a Japanese phrase, two words:

Rei (God’s Wisdom or Higher Power) +

Ki (Life Force Energy).

It is traditionally realized or called the “universal life force energy”.

Pronounce it as ‘ray-key’ (English).

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The 5 Principles of Reiki 

~Just for Today, I~

give thanks for my many blessings.
do not worry.
am not angry.
do my work with integrity.
am kind to my neighbor and to every living thing.

Listen here to the lovely tones of this Japanese chant.

Usui Reiki is a powerful healing modality that dynamically allows for personal and spiritual growth and development.  When used as a method for change in one’s life style, incorporating the 5 Principles and regular meditation, healthy change will occur. Additionally, attunements open our consciousness to the Source within.  Using Reiki will enhance any other type of spiritual or personal growth tool we may use.  And it has gained much wider acceptance throughout the allopathic health community as a complementary healing modality, often utilized in hospital and hospice settings.  Reiki also can be used for assisting animals in distress at home, in shelters and more.

Namaste

I honor the place in you, where the entire universe resides.

I honor the place in you, where lies your love, your truth, your uniqueness, and  your peace.

I honor the place in you, where if you are in that place, in you

And I am in that place, in me,

There is only one of us.

Namaste



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Rev. Valdebenito is an Holistic Minister Practitioner and Usui Reiki Grand Master Teacher, trained in Spiritual Health Coaching, Quantum Biofeedback and Access Consciousness BARS technique. She is available by appointment for in-person and distance healing sessions.  Reiki training is available one-on-one or for groups.

Disclaimer: The Minister Practitioner does not provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor does the practitioner apply medical, mental health or human development principles, but ministers to the suffering by prayer, spiritual, religious or mental means, without the use of any drug, material remedy or physical manipulation.

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