Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
Vlad Tverdohleb
Member Since: 7/26/2015
performance / stats
Country: Canada
Likes Received: 151
Featured Member: 1 times
Associates: 155
Wall Posts: 382
Comments Made: 63
Press Releases: 370
Videos: 0
Phone: 015144814545
Skype:     theprservices
profile visitor stats
TOTAL: 72196
are we ibo associates?
recent videos
member advertising
active associates
Brian Stefan    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Bill Bateman     
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Curtiss Martin    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Linda Michel White       
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Brandon J Urquhart I    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Cosmos Parris    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Crypto Vend    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Chizoba Nworjih    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Emmanuel Mba    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Jimmy Diggs  
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Neil Kinch    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Elena Garas    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Bob & Shirley Rushing    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Todd Treharne    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

Rix Robinson    
Last logged on: 6/25/2019

other ibo platforms
Vlad Tverdohleb   My Press Releases

Changing Incorrect Perceptions of Reiki

Published on 7/2/2018
For additional information  Click Here

Article by Deborah Lloyd, Reiki Master

When people learn I am a Reiki Master, there is a wide variety of reactions – from positive, to the skeptical, to the negative. This is a topic that is often discussed during Reiki trainings with Reiki students, and I often lead a discussion of how each of us have responded in the past, and what we can say in future situations. Sometimes, Reiki clients share their own perceptions, or misperceptions, they have had, or ones they’ve heard from family members and friends.

Rather than responding in a defensive or offended way, we can view these comments as opportunities to spread the word of Reiki. We can provide basic education on what Reiki is – and is not. We can talk about the tens of thousands of people who use Reiki on a regular basis and the many books and websites that discuss its many benefits. We can refer to research and its use in hospitals and other institutions.

The most effective message, however, is our own personal experience of Reiki. Truly, no one can argue with our own truth! By sharing our Reiki journeys, people learn, firsthand, of its blessings in our lives.

Another effective way to share the gift of Reiki is to offer a free session, or a few minutes, of Reiki treatment to someone who is skeptical, not feeling quite sure about something that simply sounds “woo-woo” to them. If someone complains of an ache or pain, it is another opportunity to teach, and/or to give the gift of Reiki.

Changing Incorrect Perceptions of Reiki

Image by Lee_seonghak

If you feel shy or uncomfortable with becoming a vocal promoter of Reiki, explore your feelings that are underneath these thoughts. Maybe it feels “pushy” to you, but would you hesitate to tell someone about an exemplary doctor that you just discovered, or a new, fantastic restaurant you’ve just experienced?

Read more here.

Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.