Reiki for the Soul takes you on a personal journey using Reiki to unlock different doorways within yourself that life experiences may have closed.
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If you are looking for a beginner's book on Reiki there are many available. This book helps you to take your Reiki futher and deeper into yourself. It was written with the hope that everyone can see that no matter what our life circumstances have been there is a light that helps us out of our darkness and that light is Reiki. It was Mari's intention to evoke you to remember just how many doorways you have personally walked through and where the next doorway may be in you life. It is a journal for you to share yourself in. Let your heart be open to all possibilities. Even in disappointment there are lessons,essential truth and choice.
The Concept of Change
As we explore new possibilities by stepping through doorways we are brought face to face with change. On the surface we may say we are ready for change in our lives. Yet also with change comes fear. Our minds have invested so much into how we are in this very moment, so to change brings in an unknown equation. The mind does not know how the newly changed "me " will be and will attempt to hold on to what is known even if it no longer works in our lives and has ceased to nourish us. The entire world is in a state of change. There are steeping stones to change. See what stepping stone you may be standing on in regards to certain areas of you life.
The first Stepping-Stone, Pulling Apart: It is like unraveling a sweater when the yarn is pulled. In moments like this our lives seem to be unraveling. The puzzle that was so perfectly put together no longer looks right. We see where we have forced some of the pieces to fit in to place. All our energy is involved in keeping the status quo and it simply becomes too much.
The Second Stepping-Stone, Wanting: Once we understand that life is asking us to change it becomes important to decide just what it is we want and also what we are no longer wanting in our lives. When faced with this sorting out space, sometimes it is easier to figure out what we do not want, what has to go. From what is left over it is easier to choose what we want to keep and to bring to ourselves.