MIDWEST REIKI COMMUNITY

Supporting the healing endeavors of all individuals practicing Reiki in the Midwest

Reiki By Candlelight

October 10, 2012
By Molly Coeling

Candlelight Reiki Share October 20, 2012It was a cool, crisp autumn evening, but the Reiki kept us warm as six of us gathered for an evening of connection, healing, and sharing. The evening began with a Reiki Circle, which helped us to connect as a group and amp up the energy before sharing in smaller groups. A Reiki Circle involves the group sitting in a circle and sending and receiving Reiki to form a powerful circle of Reiki energy; a big thank you to Tracey Ostrand for leading this powerful experience and helping to set the tone for the evening. If you couldn’t make it, you can look forward to being part of our Reiki Circle in the future, as we will most certainly be doing this again!

We then went on to give and receive Reiki by candlelight and to the sounds of Native American & Indian flutes. Two groups of three spent about an hour sharing, and then we reconnected to reflect on our experiences. It was a quiet and peaceful experience for all, and one of our members who is in the midst of packing for a cross-country move felt a sense of calm and focus for the first time in several days.

Couldn’t make it? We hope you can join us for our next Reiki share on Saturday, October 20th!

Candlelight Reiki Share October 20, 2012

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