Happy Mothers Day
My lips are sealed and my feet are up.
Removing Fear of Cancer With Chikara-Reiki-Do
Good mornin’ all…
And welcome to Springtime!
Springtime is all about rebirth, renewal, fresh beginnings, so I thought this enquiry was a good one to deal with today 🙂
You pondered upon this conundrum:
I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I’ve started chemotherapy.
I was wondering if you’ve any insight on the best use of Chikara-Reiki-Do with cancer patients?
Is it better to try using Chikara-Reiki-Do on a good day or bad day, since my energy on bad days is really bad?
Is there anything different about treating a cancer patient?
I contemplated this and replied:
Reiki is good for EVERYTHING! Yes, I did say everything… 🙂
EXCEPT maybe a newly broken bone at the point of the break.
This is simply because it promotes the healing to occur too quickly before the bone is set.
Just in case you were wondering 🙂
Should you give yourself Chikara-Reiki-Do on your bad chemo days?…
Reiki On – Reiki Off…
I love this time of the year! So much optimism in the air.
Anything is possible! 🙂
Now, you asked:
Can you give me any pointers on how to switch my Reiki down or off?
I know my intention must be a key, but my hands and feet are buzzing a heck of a lot.
The simple way to signal you’ve finished using your Chikara-Reiki-Do energy is to press your hands together and intend that the ‘extra’ flow of your Chikara-Reiki-Do energy stops.
You could also try rinsing your hands under cold water for a few moments, as your signal to end the session or dispel the heat or tingly sensations.
Also give your hands a good shake, as if shaking off water.
And, for your feet, try curling your toes up, as if picking up a pencil from the floor and saying ‘stop’!
Then try stamping them a few times to shake out and ground the excess energy, before intending the energy to stop flowing.
But do enjoy the feeling you have now and take the time to simply ‘watch’ it flow!…
Continuing Reiki During a Healing Crisis..?
Good mornin’ all…
Here’s a good question – you asked:
When a person undergoes a “healing crisis” should the person continue with the Reiki sessions or stop for a little while?
And I replied:
Do carry on with the sessions as this’ll help to clear things out for good. 🙂
It’s no good just doing half a job – when you’ve got things on the move keep them moving – when the energy is shifting keep pushing.
However, if the energy shift becomes too uncomfortable either physically, mentally or emotionally…
…be guided by your own feelings and adjust the appointment times accordingly.
Remember ANY change is good, as this denotes a positive movement of energy.
For when shit hits the fan – shift is the plan 🙂
You may also have to cope with any ’emotional vomits’ the person may have, so be prepared to give extra support where necessary.
And that might just be a big hug!
But only if you have your massage certificate, Reverend certificate, Chikara-Reiki-Do certificate, Insurance certificate, etc, etc, etc, of course… 🙂
Yes, yes… I am joking… I think 🙂
If ever you’re in doubt, simply ask yourself, what would YOU like, as help and support, if you were in the same situation.
A simple hug? A drink of Chikara-Reiki-Do water? A hand to hold in silence?…
Are Your Reiki PARTiculars Missing? :-)
Good mornin’ all…
We all strive to be the best we can but we’re never going to be perfect!
Phew, that’s a relief to know 🙂
And for every dis-advantage you appear to have, there’s more beneficial advantages just waiting for you to use.
For example, most blind people hear exceptionally well and have a far better sense of touch than sighted folk and they also ‘see’ better with their ‘mind’s eye’ too.
And they sense far more in your voice than you think…
All perfect advantages for anyone, especially a Chikara-Reiki-Do healer!
When you have a perceived disability, challenge, obstacle or whatever, it’s best to acknowledge it, rather than ignore or pretend it doesn’t exist.
Then simply develop those attributes you do have, to compensate for the ones you apparently don’t have.
And that applies to everyone!
If you can’t spell to save your life, (like me!) get a spell checker. Mine’s called Chris 🙂
If it’s difficult for you to go out, get people to come to you…
If you can’t swim, stay in the boat… 🙂
In your IMAGINATION you can still achieve your dreams but you may have to be creative about the way you set about it 🙂 …