sometimes when I look in to my week, I am challenged to see a day at a time.
stop planning details instead live in the details and make it better.
No one has more hours than you, make your 24 hours the best ever.
Reflect on your day, peaceful thoughts & rest well.
recap of last nights instavideo
We can make it work, give yourself a chance.
Doors are open at 16.30.
Come in settle in and immerse yourself into receiving peace.
sending you love & hugs
see you soon!
I am so excited to start 8 Sundays of peace.
I have been thinking about it since I open the studio, I worked for awhile and then it dieded but it is always ready to be revive.
It has been a ride, it opens up all of stuff for me personally, how my practice have saved me from falling deeper in my old patterns.
Just like anyone, I too have my stories and lingered and followed me around like a shadow.
My insecurities, my fears and lack of confident in my work, you know the whole kaboom - I have it all, I am no exception.
Meditation practice have allowed me to sit and be still and observe and watch my thoughts and reflect deeply.
My actions causes reactions - I know that , you know that but why can't make space and reflect spontaneously before I launch words into and out of my mouth?
Here's where meditation comes in play - Meditation is a medium that allows you to create and maintain a space where all is calm, sharp & lucid.
We all need to have that space.
We all need to meditate.
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a therapy often described as palm healing or hands-on-body healing in which a practitioner places hands lightly on or over a patient's body to facilitate the patient's process of healing.
Reiki combines the Japanese and Chinese word-characters of "rei" (spiritual or supernatural) and "ki" (vital energy). One of the basic ideas held by those who practice Reiki is that this vital energy can be channeled to support the body's natural ability to heal itself. - extracted from livescience
Reiki is one of several therapies based on the biofield, or a type of energy field that “regulates everything from our cellular function to our nervous system,” says Shamini Jain, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of California–San Diego.
While the biofield itself is generally accepted – it “consists of things that we can measure like electromagnetic energy that actually emanates from us,” Jain says – biofield therapies such as reiki and therapeutic touch are more controversial because they’re based on the idea of a “subtle” aspect of the biofield, which is harder to measure.
“It’s difficult for our Western science to wrap its mind around” because it’s not about popping pills, injecting needles or otherwise altering the body’s chemical composition, says Jain, a clinical psychologist who studies integrative medicine.
Indeed, reiki has its fair share of critics, who point to research that discounts the effects of reiki and other similar alternative therapies as a placebo effect. One study this year in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine, for example, evaluated the effect of energy healing on colorectal cancer patients and found the therapy did not improve depressive symptoms, mood or sleep quality. Only study participants who already had a positive attitude toward complementary and alternative medicine practices showed a boost in mood.