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20 November 2012

The Human Heart – Beyond Mechanics

The Human Heart – Beyond Mechanics

In Western Medicine  we have come to understand the function and importance of the heart purely in mechanical terms and explain it thus: The right and left sides of the heart have separate functions. The right side of the heart collects oxygen-poor blood from the body and pumps it to the lungs where it picks up oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. The left side of the heart then collects oxygen-rich blood from the lungs and pumps it to the body so that the cells throughout your body have the oxygen they need to function properly. Blood from the body flows: to the superior and inferior vena cava then to the right atrium through the tricuspid valve to the right ventricle through the pulmonic valve to the pulmonary artery to the lungs The blood picks up […]

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16 November 2012

The Gokai or 5 Principles of Reiki – Why Bother ?

The Gokai or 5 Principles of Reiki – Why Bother ?

For the Reiki student, these five teachings are at the heart of the personal inner Reiki journey and perhaps they seem a little odd to be the foundations for a healing modality, but on closer inspection, they open the way to a more harmonious state of “Being” and increase your connection to Reiki. By focusing on these concepts and integrating them into your daily life, you will feel more energised as the negative emotions and thoughts are challenged and the positives are promoted. In essence, you are using the Universal Life force to bring yourself into harmony with – ”the Universal Life Force” and in doing so, bringing yourself back into a state of balance and “wellness”. By repeating these 5 secrets and practicing them daily, we begin to embody their teaching. JUST FOR TODAY, […]

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13 November 2012

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi (Ki) and Reiki

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi (Ki) and Reiki

In traditional Chinese Medicine there are 2 basic types of Qi: Congenital Qi: This is a composite of Jing (our essence) and Yuan (original Qi) we are born with. This is a finite resource inherited from our parents which gathers and forms at conception and stored in the kidneys. It determines our basic constitution, strength and vitality and is essential for growth and development. As a finite resource, it can be conserved but not replenished so when it is depleted, life ends. Acquired Qi: This is derived from the food we eat and the air we breathe. The quality of acquired Qi is dependent on our habits, the quality of food and water we consume, our mental and emotional balance, physical exercise, sleep and so on. Yuan Qi  (Original Ki). This is the Qi that […]

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23 April 2012

The Brain Waves of Reiki

The Brain Waves of Reiki

Who the best healers are and how healing works has been the subject of scientific research since the 1970’s when investigators first began to study the brain waves of hands-on healers. With advances in brainwave technology and neuroprogramming, we are now getting a firm grasp on what seasoned meditators, Buddhist Monks, Shamen and Spiritual Healers all have in common; and how to enhance this ability. Read the full article at ihreiki.com

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