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The BEAUTY OF TRADITIONAL REIKI

 

 Kathy just graduated from Traditional Reiki I on March 30, 2014 and these are her words:

“I do want to share with you my wonderful Reiki experience.  We have had a landslide (literally) in the town of Jackson and area known as Budge drive which is on the face of East Gros Ventre Butte.  There are about 30 houses up there and the one on top has split and a Budge Slideweek ago this last Friday the face slid about 10 feet.  During that day it looked like the whole thing might go.  I was working that day and we had been watching the slide on webcam at work.  The slide area is directly north of my house about 6 blocks away.  We have a two-story home and so I went to the upstairs spare room and could see the slide area over the roofs and treetops with the spotlights glaring on it so the police could monitor the area during the night.  I put my hands up (flat, fingers together including the thumbs) and started to Reiki the slide.  I was so stunned by the response.  At first it felt like gentle golf balls drumming against the palms of my hands and then it changed to a wave which rocked my whole body, gently, never any feeling of malevolence or danger.  Just intense energy.  And then it just stopped, gently, quietly just stopped.  I could feel that the slide had settled.  It still has some movement, about and .5 to 1” per day.  The toe of the slide destroyed the Walgreens parking lot and began to pull up the pavement in another business parking lot.  If you get a chance you can look at the slide on townofjackson.com, video of Budge Drive slide.  The message I got from Pachamama was she just had a little hitch in her get-along from all the digging they had done putting in that new Walgreens and she just needs to get back in balance.  I also had great success reviving one of my houseplants.  I have also Reikied the aspen trees out front because they have been having problems the last couple of years.  We shall see”.

 

Go in a good way,                                   

Diana Lynn Siderides   

Diana@pathwaystounderstanding.com

 

Why learn Traditional Reiki from Diana Lynn?

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