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A Guide to Your Practice of Reiki Energy Healing (edition 1997)

by Penelope Jewell (Author)

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Reiki, one of the fastest growing disciplines in integrative medicine, is simple, easily learned, easily practiced, and it works - the effects are measurable and often profound. Because Reiki trainings vary widely, practitioners at all levels are looking for more to read about this simple and profound technique. Reiki: A Guide to Your Practice of Reiki Energy Healing is an indispensable reference book, and an asset to any Reiki practitioner. This book covers the two major aspects of Reiki practice: self healing; and using this technique with others to support their process of healing, whatever that process may be. This book gives clear and readable information on the anatomy and physiology of major organs, systems and glands and how they work together in the body; treatment positions and what they effect including illustrations, the physical, spiritual and emotional components of healing; a comparison of varying forms of healing; the ethics and etiquette of treatment including guidelines for becoming a professional practitioner.To order: http://www.adirondackpress.com. Adirondack Press, Inc. 678 Troy Schenectady Road, Suite 205, Latham, NY 12110, 518-695-4662 or New Leaf.… (more)
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Reiki, one of the fastest growing disciplines in integrative medicine, is simple, easily learned, easily practiced, and it works - the effects are measurable and often profound. Because Reiki trainings vary widely, practitioners at all levels are looking for more to read about this simple and profound technique. Reiki: A Guide to Your Practice of Reiki Energy Healing is an indispensable reference book, and an asset to any Reiki practitioner. This book covers the two major aspects of Reiki practice: self healing; and using this technique with others to support their process of healing, whatever that process may be. This book gives clear and readable information on the anatomy and physiology of major organs, systems and glands and how they work together in the body; treatment positions and what they effect including illustrations, the physical, spiritual and emotional components of healing; a comparison of varying forms of healing; the ethics and etiquette of treatment including guidelines for becoming a professional practitioner.To order: http://www.adirondackpress.com. Adirondack Press, Inc. 678 Troy Schenectady Road, Suite 205, Latham, NY 12110, 518-695-4662 or New Leaf.

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