I’ve noticed that I don’t write often about Reiki. I practice my self-treatments daily, and I feel like I am a Reiki person and Reiki things happen to me. This summer I moved house and channelled through Reiki when I was thinking about where I would like to move to. I actually thought about what rooms I would like, and which ones I seldom used in the present house – like the dining room. When we moved to a smaller house it turned out to be perfect in the rooms it offered, and in the location. It took me a couple of months to realise this, but now I appreciate having my own space to write, and a smaller but still-beautiful garden.
The second example was when my younger daughter was finishing a contract abroad and it became her turn to be bullied by the boss. As each person left and was replaced they had weeks of bullying before leaving. Now it was her turn. “Send her Reiki and draw her back to you.” (It’s nice to be able to hear advice.) I started sending her full distance treatments every day and three days later she knew she was on her way home a week early. I appreciated this because a young person does not need a long stretch of bullying at this stage in their career.
Last week I read a Reiki leaflet that came through the door offering relaxation as a result of Reiki treatments, but there is so much more to it than that. It is a way of letting your intentions and hopes fly away from you in alignment with universal life force energy, for your highest good and the highest good of all. When I’ve focused Reiki on anything that is troubling me I know that I’ve done the best I can do for myself and I can stop worrying about it. My Reiki Master, Phyllis Furumoto, taught me to include a problem in a personal second degree self treatment. When I do this I can feel the part of my body that is holding that problem, and the Reiki can begin to work. I am a Reiki person and Reiki things happen to me, and I am completely happy with that.