Sit with your suffering

Meditation has had a huge increase in popularity in recent years thanks to the medical community appreciating it’s benefits and it’s increased media exposure.

Once associated with religion, meditation is now considered a practice in its own right as a way to help clear and focus the mind for better mental health. However, much of the narrative associated with meditation right now paints it as an easy and pleasant practice, something that is enjoyable to do.

For this reason, many people try meditation and when it isn’t either pleasant or easy, they give up.

The truth is meditation is like the rest of life – sometimes it’s easy and pleasant and sometimes it feels like it is challenging and brutal!

So why engage in a practice that can feel so difficult?

A large part of the opportunity meditation brings is to sit with our life experiences, however they show up.

Sometimes our life experiences are easy and sometimes they are difficult, painful, full emotion, conflict, uncertainty and worry. Meditation offers a way to gently acknowledge then move beyond those experiences to the serenity within.

It allows us to be with the outer circumstances so that they might dissolve and we become unaffected by them.

Let go of historic beliefs

Instead of trying to push away difficult experiences, we get to see them for what they are, a creation of our thinking and an opportunity to let go of historic thoughts and beliefs.

This isn’t necessarily easy work! It requires an acceptance of how things are, commitment, faith, trust in our abilities and a desire to be free.  It’s about stepping up and confronting what is difficult for us instead of repressing it, wanting it to be different or numbing ourselves with distraction.

Meditation offers us the opportunity to sit with our suffering, and in doing so move beyond it to openness and clarity.

It isn’t therefore the meditation that is difficult but our lack of present moment presence makes life feel difficult; and meditation is one of the best ways I know to develop that presence.

My name is Becci Godfrey, and I am a Reiki Master Healer and Teacher. I have been practising healing all my life, and have been a Reiki Practitioner since 2010.

My passion in life has always been healing and I am always looking for new ways to share that passion.

To find out more about me and the services I offer, check out the rest of this website and feel free to contact me if you have anything you would like to ask!


Reiki is a noun

One of the biggest myths in modern day spiritual teaching is that we are separate from the energy we channel. This is accompanied by the words “send”, “distance”, “protection” and “switching Reiki on”.

To believe this is to be completely missing the point of what spiritual learning is all about – which is to discover spirituality is in us.

In modern teaching the word Reiki is often used as a verb – as in to do Reiki. Reiki was meant as a noun, a word to describe core energy (Rei – spiritual Ki – energy).

In Usui’s time to do Reiki healing was called Usui Reiki Ryoho, which translates to Usui Spiritual Energy Healing Method. This is much more than just the “hands on healing” the modern use of the word Reiki is most frequently associated with, as it includes the meditations, mantras, attunements (Reiju) and precepts that form a suggested roadmap to “Reiki”.

This simple discernment is huge when it comes to our personal practice. It means we do not have to acquire special powers to heal ourselves and eliminates the question of whether anyone can “do” Reiki.

Discovering true self

The greatest healers are those that are invested in discovering their true selves. These may not be the healthiest or most “successful” people by modern day standards, but those most willing to let go of their mind-made ideas of who they are and discover what source energy is. It means they will come in all shapes and sizes and all walks of life, and cannot be judged by external criteria.

Such people illuminate to us what we too are capable of being, should we let go of the reasons and beliefs that stop us from knowing who we are. They remind us, we do not “do” Reiki, we are Reiki energy already. There is nothing to do, except to come home to our true selves, and be rejuvenated.

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My name is Becci Godfrey, and I am a Reiki Master Healer and Teacher. I have been practising healing all my life, and have been a Reiki Practitioner since 2010.

My passion in life has always been healing and I am always looking for new ways to share that passion.

To find out more about me and the services I offer, check out the rest of this website and feel free to contact me if you have anything you would like to ask!

Why is Reiki taught in levels?

Reiki, the Japanese practice of spiritual development is a path to enlightenment and knowing your true self. When we all at some level know who we are, why is this teaching broken into the three levels rather than taught in one go?


[ken-sho] Japanese

(n.) the zen experience or enlightenment, when one’s own nature is seen for what it truly is.

Having taught Reiki now for 7 years, I have first hand experience of watching the awareness of Reiki and the consciousness of the general population rise. I would still expect however, if I was to take a person off the street and talk to them about enlightenment, to get mostly a blank stare.

Enlightenment is a concept that most people know about, but not necessarily one that they have had a perpetual lasting experience of – yet.

By breaking the teaching of Reiki into three distinct stages, Usui gave students the opportunity to learn the practice in bite size pieces – with time between each course to go away and practice so they could develop their awareness and their skills.

Reiki is taught in 3 main levels

In each course, a new concept is shared. In Level 1, you learn about the history of Reiki, that it is a spiritual not a religious practice, the Reiki Precepts and that through become aware of the self, we are able to balance and harmonise our own energy.

In Level 2, you learn 3 of the 4 Reiki symbols, for deepening our awareness of ourselves. In level 2 additional meditation practices are introduced to deepen the ability to stay in a Reiki state perpetually, and being a vessel for greater levels of energy when working on ourselves and others.

In Level 3, we learn the 4th Reiki symbol. The invitation of this symbol is to commit to having a permanent awareness of our perpetual consciousness. This means training ourselves to put our attention on who we are rather than drift off into thought and distraction. At this level, we become a deeply healing influence on others simply through our very nature. We know that we and the cosmos are one and that the path to true enlightenment is to more and more discover who we are.

As you can see, for many to jump to the third level, without the other two in between, would be too much of a leap without the practice time and time to let go of our own misconceptions and beliefs.

Those that choose to go through the levels report a deepening of their understanding, energy flow and resourcefulness with each level.

Whilst none of them are necessary to be enlightened – some people are already – for most a pathway and a set of techniques to help them to realise their true potential facilitates the journey and gives it meaning and structure.

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My name is Becci Godfrey, and I am a Reiki Master Healer and Teacher. I have been practising healing all my life, and have been a Reiki Practitioner since 2010.

My passion in life has always been healing and I am always looking for new ways to share that passion.

To find out more about me and the services I offer, check out the rest of this website and feel free to contact me if you have anything you would like to ask!

Why learn Reiki

With a myriad of different health and healing approaches out there, why learn Reiki, and why would you go through the levels and do more than just the initial training?

I believe that an innate ability to heal lies within us all. No-one needs to learn any kind of healing technique, learning is something that we choose to do because it suits us and the path we are on.

I chose Reiki because I experienced it from a life coach I had been working with. After our sessions I’m quite certain she would send healing to help me to achieve my goals and be successful.

I was so impressed with the effectiveness and gentleness of the energy, that when I decided to find ways to deal with how sensitive I was to other people’s emotions and Reiki came up as an option, I was already familiar with the concept and knew a little about how it was useful.


I did my level 1 and 2 course fairly close together. In treating for the first time, felt like I had “come home”. It was a magical experience.
I had no intention to go beyond level 2, I was quite happy with having dipped my toe in the water. However, through my teacher I met students that had done the levels above me and saw a sense of serenity and peacefulness I didn’t yet have. So quite a few years later I did the third (master) course.

For me the master course was a deep dive into to Reiki Energy. It’s a choice to be Reiki Energy all the time and be it in an ever expanding and committed way. It’s been a wonderful journey, one I still enjoy!

For those wondering whether they should learn Reiki or not, I would say trust your inner wisdom on this.

Historically I have done some spiritual courses and felt little benefit from it and others where I simply can’t get enough! I’ve learnt to discern the difference between learning academic concepts and expanding my experience. The later is my preference, rather than a requirement to get certificates and titles.

I have after all, come to find, that the most simple of practices, are the most effective.

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Reiki Day – 13th July 2019

Reiki means Universal Life Force energy. It is a Japanese spiritual healing practice for body and mind.

Reiki is good for:
🙏 Supporting the body to heal and stay healthy
🙏 Letting go of anxiety and worrysome thoughts
🙏 Recovery from short and long-term health conditions
🙏 Coping with chronic life issues
🙏 Dealing with loss and bereavement
🙏 Letting go of the past
🙏 Embracing the future
🙏 Opening up to new possibilities
🙏 Supporting yourself and the ones you love.

Reiki Day

On Saturday 13th July I will be running a Reiki Day at Mark Cross Community Centre, Mark Cross, East Sussex from 10.15am to 4pm.

In this quiet and relaxing day, led by Reiki Master Teacher Becci Godfrey, we will explore meditation, practical self-healing techniques and the giving and receiving of Reiki.

Mark Cross Community Centre

Mark Cross Community Centre

This day is perfect for anyone with a new or ongoing interest in Reiki. It is equally open to those that have already learnt and wish to deepen their practice and those that would like to experience it for the first time.

Crystals will be available for purchase courtesy of Harmony Crystals.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite:

Any questions, get in touch!

Meta-study finds Reiki is better than placebo

Some research published in 2017 suggests that Reiki is better than a placebo and figures show it has broad potential as a complimentary health therapy.

Published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, the metastudy looked at 13 studies that explored the efficacy of a Reiki therapist versus a sham Reiki Therapist (an actor) in a range of environments.

The criteria to be included in the meta study was for studies that worked with “hands on Reiki”, ones that included a control group (a sham Reiki practitioner), studies that were published in peer reviewed journals and those that had a sample size of 20(+) participants per sample group (with a couple of exceptions).

Studies that were included looked at the efficacy of Reiki in helping with relaxation, dealing with chronic illness – particularly in dealing with chronic pain and depression and where people are in acute circumstances such as pain relief during a medical procedure.

The meta study found that receiving a Reiki attunement produced a statistically significant difference in wellbeing outcomes for a range of conditions, compared to someone that had not been attuned and non-intervention control groups. Where is it didn’t show any significant benefit was in acute pain circumstances and in improving health conditions such as fibromyalgia.

It lead the researchers to conclude:
“Reiki is a safe and gentle “complementary” therapy that activates the parasympathetic nervous system to heal body and mind. It has potential for broader use in management of chronic health conditions, and possibly in postoperative recovery.”

To find out more the metastudy can be read here, to see what the recorded benefits are.

How you might feel after a healing session

As a Reiki Healer I am well aware that the work that I do is sometimes very deep and very significant and this will produce changes.

In this post I intend to look at some of the changes you might experience and how best to look after yourself in the first few hours and days after a treatment.


1) Be patient. Many people come to me to let go of a problem that they have had for as many as 1-60+ years and want an instant cure. Whilst most people bounce out of a treatment beaming and already different, the full impact of the session will take time to manifest fully into your life. Most cells take between days to 4 weeks to replace themselves. New cells will carry your new behaviour, but you may still have some mild symptoms as the old ones run their course. Keeping a diary is a great way to document the changes over a long period of time. My own experience also shows that a good nights sleep does wonders to help the brain process and normalise your new way of being, so make sure you give yourself the opportunity to have a good night’s rest.

2) You may be emotional. Emotions = energy in motion, and are the biochemistry produced as a result of our thoughts. In order for our emotions to leave our neural pathways they must be expressed and released. This means you may be more emotional than normal after a healing session. Be aware of this and give yourself the time, space and support should that reality happen. Writing in a journal, allowing yourself some quiet space alone, or going for a walk in nature are all good ways to allow yourself to release the habits and biochemistry of the past. Drinking plenty of water also allows any toxins that may have surfaced to be released, and eating healthy food will give you the fuel you need to move through this transitional period.

3) You may feel temporarily sad about the past. For many a healing session makes them look at life in a different perspective. This may result in some feelings of guilt or sadness from the way you used to behave. You may realise perhaps that you let a friend down, you were overly harsh on your children or you shut out a parent unintentionally. Forgive yourself for not knowing better at the time and know that you were always doing your best. You may also feel sad or angry about the way other people treated you. Forgive them for not knowing better and know that they were only doing their best too. We are all human and we were never born with a manual telling us how to do it all.tired_kid

4) You may feel very tired. Healing is a cleansing experience, which may temporarily overload your brain and your detox organs as they re-organise themselves. In particular, a healing session that looks at thought patterns will require a large amount of mental concentration. Observe your experience and if it continues speak to you therapist, as there may be other underlying reasons why the tiredness is persisting. Again make sure you are getting enough good quality sleep, drinking plenty of water and eating light, healthy, fresh food full of vitamins and minerals to support your physical body as much as possible.

5) Other symptoms may arise. Many people seek a therapist to heal one or a couple of symptoms. However, in many of the cases that I have seen, these particular symptoms are “the straw that broke the camels back”. This mean that there are a whole raft of other traumas or difficulties that person was carrying before their current symptoms fully got their attention. My experience is, that once you are willing to listen to your body and your emotions it may choose to tell you everything it wishes you to address. This can feel intense and overwhelming, as it would for a blind person to suddenly regain their sight. Be patient, you are going through a period of change. Things will, when they are ready, settle down to a new form of normal. Activities such as meditation, exercise, long chats with friends, time with animals and writing down how you feel all help with these transitional periods.

6) You may be confused. Confusion literally means the fusion of new ideas. Confusion is actually a very constructive part of a learning journey and is a sign you are embracing something new. Often when going through a healing experience you challenge old beliefs and embrace new ones. Sometimes these beliefs can be the complete opposite of what you believed before. For example, a person that had the belief “I am hated” would potentially feel very confused when they realise in a healing session the exact opposite is true. Seeing as we see/feel/experience our world through a series of filters, when a “I am hated” filter becomes a “I am loved” the world will start to look like a very different place. In time you will adjust and forget it was ever a problem, but to start with it may feel a little confusing and strange.


7) You may be more sensitive to the thoughts/feelings/actions of yourself and others. Healing work often opens up a more spiritual connection to ourselves. People therefore can find that they become more sensitive to negative experiences and can’t tolerate the same toxic environments they used to. Increased sensitivity is very normal and common as you return back to your full abilities as a spiritual being. Many of us have shut down our spiritual and psychic side in order to conform to a non-spiritual society, causing ourselves much harm along the way. Those that are drawn and motivated enough to go through healing experiences are often those that are more sensitive and open to the thoughts/feelings and actions of others anyway. Honour your newly returned sensitivity by being more discerning about who you choose to spend your time with and making sure you have time and space to spend alone. Practices such as meditation and Reiki are great for helping you to better understand the world around you and will give you the knowledge to protect yourself from the potentially unintentionally harmful activities of others, so it might be worth you going on a course to learn Reiki for yourself. Putting you first in these situations is not selfish but sensible, till you are strong enough to be around challenging experiences and still remain internally balanced.

8) Others may not understand the journey you are on. When you come for a healing experience, it will have a ripple effect on the people around you. Partners and family may find the change in you difficult and may act up as a result. Whilst most families and partners are loving and supportive, it is important to note that change will always produce an element of fear in some. Give people plenty of time and space to adjust and they will. Similarly, whilst you may be going through a big period of change, those around you may not wish to be a part of it, or follow in your footsteps however much you may want them to. Respect that everyone is on their own journey. Sometimes that means stepping away from someone for a period of time and sometimes it means getting closer. Trust your instincts on this, as there is no right or wrong. Trust and respect that others are perfect just as they are, and there is no need for them to change unless they wish to.

9) You might do something crazy! I remember after my first Reiki session I went bonkers (in a good way) and did something I wouldn’t normally have done. It was like all the beliefs that had been holding me back had been taken away and I became a completely different person (or so it felt at the time). In truth, I was now free, balanced and no longer repressed. I had become so accustomed to my former low level of performance and energy that to be anything different felt very alien. Thankfully those around me hardly noticed at all and there was no lasting issue. Like a spring being coiled up for a very long time and then released, you may feel or behave very differently shortly afterwards and need to let off steam. Sometimes this can be physically in terms of running around, others it can be verbally. In time this experience will settle down and your new found freedom will feel much more normal. Communication and expression of any kind is often rarely resisted by the people around when it is authentic. Being able to express all kinds of moods and emotions is one of the things that makes us human – so permit in yourself as you would others.

10) You may be deliriously happy! Not a bad experience to have at all! Once you have let go of something that has been bothering you – especially if it is for a long time, the sense of relief and happiness can be immense. Enjoy this wonderful period of positive feelings and use it to nurture other areas in your life that can benefit from some positive attention. Extend this happy period by being intentionally grateful for the wonderful things you have in your life, the people that have helped you to get to where you are and that you are alive at all. Letting go of any other resistance, fear or grievance is much easier when you are already happy and you may find yourself clearing other issues too. People often report they are able to have difficult or much needed conversations with people after a treatment and this is just one example of how your behaviour and therefore relationships with others will shift.


Whilst I appreciate this is not an exhaustive list, it does however cover the key points and questions clients experience and ask me about. There can be some comfort in knowing that people’s experiences are often very similar when going through a period of healing and there will be others out there that can empathise with the changes you are going through. Having a great support group is critical to your success and it is worth investing time and energy into making that happen. There are hundreds of local, national and global organisations that know how daunting it is to step into a new way of being and that will offer love, guidance and support. Should you need them, reach out to these people, as in my experience they are only too happy to help and pass their experience and wisdom on. And if there is anything that I can do for you too, please get in touch.

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My name is Becci Godfrey, and I am a Reiki Master Healer and Teacher. I have been practising healing all my life, and have been a Reiki Practitioner since 2010.

My passion in life has always been healing and I am always looking for new ways to share that passion.

To find out more about me and the services I offer, check out the rest of this website and feel free to contact me if you have anything you would like to ask!

Rapid Rest and Repair Technique

Wow, I was tired today! Being around kids can be wonderful, but it can also be exhausting!

Just when I thought I didn’t have any more energy to give, I had to take part in some exercise with the kids again, so what to do?

The Rapid Rest and Repair Technique is something I have developed from my years and years of Reiki Practice.

It takes just 2-3 minutes, and if done without distraction or interruption, can be intensely healing and rejuvenating.

Seeing as a couple of friends of mine also told me they were exhausted today, I thought I would share, in case it was of benefit to others too.

Rapid Rest and Repair Technique

  • Sit comfortably on a chair (sitting is best, lying would encourage you to fall asleep)
  • Close your eyes and take your attention inwards to the inside of you and your body
  • Instead of trying to fight being tired, let all your awareness and energy flow to where it is are needed most – this might be shoulders, back, legs muscles, gut – wherever your body feels is the best for the energy and awareness to go
  • Really feel and listen with your body to what your body is saying and sharing with you
  • You may wish to focus on one area, or a few areas of need one after the other
  • If the mind wanders, bring it back to being aware of the whole of you and where your attention and energy are needed the most.*
  • After a short while, you will be aware that your energy levels have risen back up and/or this technique is no longer needed and you can carry on with your day.

* Disengaging the story and mind chatter around why you are tired and how you feel about being tired is critical to moving into a new energised state.

Short term solution

This technique is a short term solution to get you through your day and not a replacement for scheduling sufficient down time and proper rest. It is useful when you actively want to take part in something but feel like you haven’t the energy for it. In the exercise the body redistributes the energy it has to take part in the activities you want to do (great for when you have kids and you can’t stop). However, this redistribution must be rebalanced at a later date – preferably that day, as a energy reserve that is drawn on more than it is filled will soon become empty (take it from me, I had ME for 10+) years.

Body THank you

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By listening to yourself fully and completely, your body will thank you for it and will be very clear at the end of the exercise whether you absolutely need to stop now and rest properly, or where you were perhaps letting your mind chatter get the better of you and you had more energy than you realised.

Have a play with this exercise and see how you get on. Doing so will help you to become more body aware and more aware of how you are able to affect your body with your awareness more than you may have realised.

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My name is Becci Godfrey, and I am a Reiki Master Healer and Teacher. I have been practising healing all my life, and have been a Reiki Practitioner since 2010.

My passion in life has always been healing and I am always looking for new ways to share that passion.

To find out more about me and the services I offer, check out the rest of this website and feel free to contact me if you have anything you would like to ask!

5 ways to experience Reiki throughout the day

Once you have been attuned to Reiki, there are simply hundreds of ways you can experience Reiki permanently in your life. Here are my 5 favourite ways to be connected to Reiki energy all day long.

  1. ?????Self treatment

    I LOVE self treating, and unless I have a very unusually early start I will do a minimum of 20 minutes each morning, more likely 1hr. I can’t imagine starting my day without it now. I set my alarm to wake up 1hr before I need to get up to fit it in, and do it in bed before I get up. It’s part of my daily self care practice, not just to set me up for the day, but to clear historic stress. Positive change happens as a result of consistent positive behaviour, so my self treatment practice is for me, part of my personal development programme.

  2. Reiki your food

    IMG_20180707_102352Before you eat anything, you can positively charge up your food with Reiki. Breakfast for me is a smoothie, so I spend a few seconds putting Reiki into that smoothie as I am making it. It’s a small gesture, but each small thing we do to support ourselves adds up. We can also charge up out water bottles or there are water carafes you can buy with words like “Peace” and “Harmony”.

  3. Live by the 5 Reiki Precepts

    Just for today, do not be angry

    Just for today, do not worry

    Just for today, be grateful

    Just for today, work hard

    Just for today, be kind to all living things.

    Every student is trained in the 5 Reiki Precepts and is invited to live by them. Mikao Usui, the founder of modern Reiki Healing, believed that in order for anyone to practice Reiki and transfer healing energy to others, they must have first taken responsibility for their own health and wellbeing. He also realised the importance of a person’s participation in the healing process. The five Reiki Precepts give students a framework to come back to time and time again, when perhaps the ego would like to indulge in complaining, frustration and worrying.

  4. Have a daily meditation practiceBecci Meditating

    On top of self treatments, I take time each day to close my eyes and focus inwards. Meditation is different to self treatments, it is an opportunity to let go of the chatter of the mind and as a result see life with greater clarity. I aim to do at least 10 minutes a day, but if I am busy of my life is stressful, I will do considerably more. My favourite thing to do is to focus on being aware of the Reiki space – the infinite space in which we exist and where source energy comes from.

  5. Crystals

    DSC_0016I love working with crystals and have collected many over the years! I will either work with them when doing a self treatment, wear them or charge up my crystal healing grid on a daily basis. I find that crystals help me focus my healing energies and have many stories of how they have had a positive impact on my life. My favourites at the moment are Rose Quartz, Amethyst, Quartz and Rhodonite – though I will pick what I feel like I need on a daily basis depending on what is going on with my life at the time.

Here are just 5 daily commitments I make to my Reiki practice, ones that have become deeply integrated into my practice.

Which daily habits do you have? And how do they serve you? Feel free to leave your comments in the box below!

The Reiki 21 Day Challenge

Once trained in Reiki and our initial 21 days clearing is over, it is easy to get caught up in the busyness of living and forget to prioritise our practice.

This event is designed to remind you of the simplicity and joy of practising Reiki, and perhaps teach you a few things along the way.

This event takes place on Facebook. You can register your interest here. Once there, simply click on the “Interested” button to receive the updates in your notifications, and to sign up to receive the content each day.



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Reiki and pets

For the first 21 days of July I am sharing inspiring videos, posts and other resources to help people practice Reiki self-treatment treatment every day, to benefit themselves and others.

Today I want to talk about the impact Reiki has on our pets.


Amy often hangs out when I am working with clients

It it is my experience that animals love a person that is energetically clear as they are pleasant to be around. Shortly after I learnt Reiki I found animals, particularly dogs would plant themselves at my feet requesting a treatment.

Animals are hugelty connected to their own awareness and an awareness of the energy around them. They are therefore, often excellent barometers of our health and how we are.

I remember returning home from my Reiki Third Degree course to be looked at quizzically by one of our cats Daisy. Clearly my energy was different and I looked strange. Another time I was giving a Reiki treatment to a client in the garden and our newest pony Dainty came down into the paddock next to us and spotted us there. She spent a full five minutes running backwards and forwards, with a highly energetic and inquisitive trot, as if she had never seen anything like this before. It seemed to delight and fascinate her at the same time, a behaviour she has never repeated since.

Self-treatment partners

My my students tell me that their pets often come and sit with them when they do their self practice. I think this is lovely, as clearly the animal is enjoying whatever is going on.

Reiki for pets is also very enjoyable. Unlike humans, pets are often very clear in what they need, and unafraid to ask for it.

Daisy puts a paw on me

I’ve also received Reiki from a pet. Just this week Daisy reached out and put a paw on me and whenever I am sick our cat Amy will come and lie on me – which is the only time she ever does that.

What I love about animals is they clearly feedback how effective Reiki is. Just yesterday our sweet pony Squirrel came in from the field in severe pain. She was waving a leg in the air and trembling all over. I instantly asked if she would like healing and she gestured yes. Within seconds she was yawning, something horses do when they experience a release of tension. It didn’t stop the pain, we still needed a vet to come and look at her, but it did give her some much needed support and now she knew I was aware of how she was feeling.

Reiki has so many applications, for this Reiki 21 Day Challenge, I invite you to share your Reiki practice with your pets. By that I mean do your self treatment in their presence if they’re happy for you to. One of the greatest gifts you can give your pets and the people around you, is to be completely healthy and whole.

About the Reiki 21 Day Challenge

Once trained in Reiki and our initial 21 days clearing is over, it is easy to get caught up in the busyness of living and forget to prioritise our practice.

This event is designed to remind you of the simplicity and joy of practising Reiki, and perhaps teach you a few things along the way.

This event takes place on Facebook. You can register your interest here. Once there, simply click on the “Interested” button to receive the updates in your notifications, and to sign up to receive the content each day.



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