During my career, I realized that I could not only work on a physical level but also on an energetic healing level. I discovered that “Healing work” can help those on the most profound level to harmonize themselves with all aspects of their lives.
When we find and live in alignment with our inner purpose, we have the foundation for fulfilling our outer purpose: to live with kindness and compassion for ourselves and for all living things, in harmony with Nature. I offer both of the following healings.
The word “Shaman” originates from the Tungus tribe in Siberia and means “one who sees in the dark”. Shamanism refers to a person that journey’s to a spirit world in an altered state of consciousness in order to interact with spirits and heal those in our own world. Shamanic healing is an ancient and powerful way of bringing balance and change back in our lives.
Shamanic healing can work on many levels. Our physical, emotional and spiritual selves are connected so a healing in one area often has profound effects on the other areas. Shamanic healing can transform, sometimes miraculously, issues that have been struggled with for years by addressing the root cause and providing balance to their imbalanced soul.
Shamanism is the oldest form of healing on earth, dating back thousands of years and practiced amongst indigenous cultures throughout the world. I am honored and humbled to offer Shamanic healing to those in need.
Reiki is a Japanese healing art that is gaining worldwide popularity. What makes Reiki unique is that it incorporates elements of just about every other alternative healing practice, such as spiritual healing, auras, crystals, chakra balancing, meditation, aromatherapy, naturopathy, and homeopathy.
Reiki involves the transfer of energy from practitioner to patient and enhances the body’s natural ability to heal itself through the balancing of energy. Reiki utilizes specific techniques for restoring and balancing the natural life force energy within the body. It is a holistic, natural, hands-on energy healing system that touches on all levels: body, mind, and spirit.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word representing universal life energy, the energy which is all around us. It is derived from rei, meaning “free passage” or “transcendental spirit” and ki, meaning “vital life force energy” or ” universal life energy.”
Reiki energy has several effects: it brings about deep relaxation, destroys perceived energy blockages, tries to detoxify the system, provides new vitality in the form of healing energy, and increases the vibrational frequency of the body.
The laying of hands is used in Reiki therapy as in other spiritual healing. There is a difference, though. In spiritual healing, a person with a strong energy field places his or her hands above a particular part of the recipient’s body in order to release energy into it. The healer, in most forms of energy work, is the one who is sending out the energy. In Reiki, however, the healer places the hands above the recipient. It is the recipient that draws the energy as needed. The individual being healed has to take an active part in the healing process. The individual takes responsibility for his or her healing.
Reiki began in Tibet several thousand years ago. Seers in the Orient studied energies and developed a system of sounds and symbols for universal healing energies. Various healing systems, which crossed many different cultures, emerged from this single root system.