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REIKI Life force Energy
Just for today, do not worry. Just for today, do not anger. Just for today, do your work honestly. Just for today, be greatful for all life's blessings. Just for today, be kind to every living thing.
The word Reiki is Tibetan in origin meaning "Raku-Kei" Raku is the vertical flow of energy and Kei is the horizontal flow of energy. In Japanese "Rei" means "universal" and it also means multidimentional spiritually. "Ki" in Japanese is known as "Vital Life Force"– that which animates, surrounds and interconnects all living things. It excists in every culture and every cultures calls it by different names.
Reiki was rediscovered by Dr. Mikao Usui in Japan during the 19th century. He was an enlightened man who reconnected us to Reiki; someone who was enlightened through the search for Life Force Energy. Reiki is the path of spiritual growth and personal development.
It is becoming more popular as a non-invasive, multidimensional and approachable way of healing. It is wasy to learn and safe to use in any situation. It is also preventive energy medicine as it addresses disease in the subtle field before symptoms apear in the physical body.
In the first degree of Reiki you will find out how to use Reiki to heal yourself and others –physically, mentally, and emotionally. You will learn how to apply it to heal relationships, situations; and how to apply to yourself before going into a stressful situation. We will work with the power of intention and the understanding of healing versus curing. With focused intention and attention through Reiki, you will innevitably create a shift in your life and those around you.
You Be You
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One of the most valuable benefits of yoga is our ability to gain insight into who we are and why we are here. Each one of us is here on purpose, with purpose and the practice of yoga drives us further and further toward the truth of our own inherent value. The You Be You message is a call to action, a reminder that we have work to do in this life. Our actions matter and the sooner each of us becomes accountable for knowing what actions will leave this world a better place, the sooner we will all be in a better place.