Do you need to stick to the same Reiki Master?

Quick answer is no. I myself started with Denise Crundall, and then did the rest of my training with Dr Pauline Fitzgerald.  The main reason was that Pauline held classes in Mt Martha and provided dedicated monthly Reiki Share Times.

Now with the blossoming of Reiki in so many different directions sometimes I am mindful that if students haven’t done Reiki I or II with me that they may need a Refresher Course which brings them up to speed with Living Reiki.  It is amazing how much more you get from doing more Courses and my Reiki III and IV students are required to attend two more classes in each Reiki I and II at both levels as part of their Living Reiki Master Courses. They always comment on how much they get from doing the Courses again.

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Do we need to take notice of metals as well?

Definitely, as we wear jewellery they are usually surrounded by metal. Notice for yourself whether you favour silver, or gold jewellery? Do you notice that you sometimes change your jewellery with the seasons or how you are feeling at the time?

It is quite often the metal that is touching the skin which is of course a conductor of the energy along with the crystals.  All colours are either receptive or projective and this is the same for metals.  Let us look at the two most popular metals: -

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Does Reiki wear off?

Once you have had four tunings for Reiki I, three tunings for Reiki II and one tuning for Reiki III and IV, you cannot lose the Spiritual Connection to Living Reiki.  However, if you haven’t had enough tunings or have lost contact with the energy or have been disappointed in the training given - it may be time to consider doing a Refreshment Course.

Are there benefits to doing a Refreshment Course?

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Celebrations of the Light Returning - the meaning of the Freesia

“Spring has sprung, the grass is riz,

I wonder where the birdies is”.

The Brooklyn National Anthem

Sadly a rye version:

“Spring has sprung, the grass has riz, where last year’s reckless driver is”.

Anon

Well, Spring is coming! and all the flowers that can bloom are getting ready to thrust their gorgeous heads up through the greenery and take their stand among the plants that have held sway over these past few months. And that started me a’thinkin’ about one of my favourite flowers that comes out to play and regale us with its oh so perfumey (I know, no such word but it fits) scent – the freesia.

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Opening and Closing our Psychic Development Circle sessions - is it needed?

My work as the facilitator of the Circle is to keep everyone safe and create a place of growth where their psychic and mediumistic abilities may flourish, allowing them to work with integrity and helping them to understand the gifts they are working with.

Some people find psychic experiences happen randomly and are super sensitive in life; it might be that you have unknowingly opened a doorway that you have no control over, you don’t know the quality of the guides that you are working with, and/or which realm they come from.  It is also rude and unprofessional to randomly walk up to people giving them a message from ‘spirit’.  It can be very exhausting and personally disruptive being open all the time and, if you haven’t asked permission to view another person, you are certainly not working in your integrity.

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