Shamanism is gaining popularity and Reiki is more than ever in demand. Many are flocking to this style of energy healing and many are finding benefits, including emotional and physical improvements. In my practice, it’s not just about a routine massage anymore, people are turning inward, and going deeper within themselves for healing. It’s beautiful to see the happiness and joy in someone’s eyes, and I am honored to witness this transformation in others.
They’ve both been around for centuries, but now it’s for everyone, not just the mystics. They both have a spiritual approach to healing and compliment one another. In some ways they are similar and in some ways different.
This world is changing and everyday I see people making a difference in their lives. I am putting it on the record, that there is hope in this world and it starts within the heart of an individual. To allow your heart to be part of your decisions is a key factor in finding your true purpose in life. Only your heart will know what brings true joy to your life.
Shamanism and Reiki and both beautiful art forms in spirituality that open up and clear blocks, release fears and lift the vibrational frequency of your very existence. To explain them in detail would be too long for this article. Instead, I have included links and resources to direct you to two wonderful teachers out there and their work.
I recently had the privilege of reviewing Sandra Ingerman’s new book, How Thrive in Changing Times on my blog. She is a gifted teacher in Shamanism and has several books out there on the subject. Her approach is clear and user friendly with tools to get you started.
After reading Sandra’s book I was intrigued to dive deeper and found another wonderful teacher named Jim Pathfinder Ewing that is both a Shaman and a Reiki Master. I bought two of his books and couldn’t put them down. He really brings it together and I highly recommend you check them out. To learn more about Reiki Shamanism, Jim has a wonderful web site and selection of books at BlueSkyWaters.com. I recommend Jim’s book titled: Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out-of-body Healing.
Reiki is a Japanese style of energy healing and is normally taught in three parts with atunements for each and Shamanism is ancient and dates back to the Mayans and found throughout the world in Native American Indians, Aboriginals and many others. Our ancestors did have a clue and it would be to our advantage to explore their ways. We can learn from our elders if we put our egos aside.
Energy healing is powerful and I can’t imagine my practice without it. I encourage you to explore these options in your own healing and decide for yourself.
Jenn Royster – Bio
Dr. Jennette Royster, D.DIV., B.S., is an intuitive spiritual teacher, energy healer and inspirational writer. She holds various degrees and certifications including a Doctor of Divinity and Ordained Interfaith-Spiritual Minister, B.S. in Metaphysics. She received her attunements as a Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Master and Seichim Master in 2003.
Her focus is healing from within and guiding others to find their true path and happiness in life. She is currently a contributing author for Vividlife.me, maintains a Natural Health and Spirituality Blog, and reviews upcoming books releases for Hay House, Inc. on her blog.
She is the founding owner of The BodyZone Natural Wellness Center in Virginia Beach, VA., and offers her specialties to clients by private appointment in The BodyZone office or by telephone. Jennette’s clients span across the United States from coast to coast.
Jennette’s vision was to create a natural wellness center that provided healing for all of our bodies (physical body, mental body, soul body and energy body). The BodyZone offers energy medicine/healing, spiritual guidance/teaching, hypnosis and therapeutic massage, creating one of the most sought after wellness centers in Virginia.
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