Monday, March 28, 2011

Toxic Thoughts?

We all think about Japan these days. We pray for them, we send Reiki to them in hope that it will help the people and nature that were struck with the disaster.
But do we stop and consider what are our thoughts when we think of the Japenese people? A lot of the time our first responses when we hear of natural disasters are fear, sadness for the people in trouble and thinking about their pain and loss. We never think about the possibility that these kinds of thoughts can hurt those people even more. Those thoughts are toxic. They have low vibration and they bring down the energy field of those who are already suffering.
I am not saying that we shouldn't feel sad and compassionate;  I am saying that we should become more aware of our thoughts and change the energy behind those that would drag others down.
All we want is to help them, to lift them up and our thoughts can do that.
For example, when I think about the suffering people in Japan I think of them as strong survivors who are going to heal and thrive. When I think this way I send them positive energy and I lift the vibration of their energy field. The higher vibration of the energy field the faster the healing occurs.
So lets stop for a second and think about our learned thought patterns and if they don't serve us and others - change them. This way you make a big difference for all of us.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Distance Healing

One thing I love about Reiki is that you don't have to be in the same room, country or continent with your patient. You don't even have to know what that person looks like. All you need is their name and if possible the area that they would like you to work on.
Still you get the same results as if you were laying on my Reiki table. Fabulous!
During the distant healing session as I work with my patient my hands tell me where they want to go addressing the areas that are in need of extra energy and healing. Some areas need more time and some less depending on how depleted they are.
It is amazing that the sensations in my hands are the same as when doing in person treatment.
When I do distant healing, I like to do it late at night just to make sure that the patient is relaxed and opened to the healing energy. But it can be done whenever they have an hour or so to lay down and relax. 
For me as a practitioner it is very valuable. I can reach out to many people in need this way. I can reach out to animals and plants in need of healing and it gives me satisfaction to know that I am serving the greater good.