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Author: Margaret Cheasebro
Publisher: Margaret Cheasebro
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Reiki Master Margaret Cheasebro gave me my first Reiki attunement. In her simple office dedicated to the art of healing, she shared her knowledge of this ancient Japanese healing art, answered my questions and reviewed the hand positions for self-healing and healing others. When I was ready, I took a seat in a chair and, with little talking, Margaret moved quietly around me, occasionally touching me lightly as she held her hands near my body. The Reiki energy flowed from God, through her, to me, reawakening an awareness that I have always been connected to this healing energy. Now I use the hand positions Margaret taught me to enhance my own health and share with family. – Nancy Coleman, Phoenix, Arizona. I feel very blessed to have experienced Margaret’s Reiki work for several years now. I always find it deeply relaxing, releasing stress, tensions, aches and pains. On one occasion she helped me release a very high level of stress that had caused a migraine headache after a co-worker passed away unexpectedly at work the day before. After this treatment, I felt very grounded, centered, peaceful, and was completely pain-free. I am very grateful for her work. – Wendy Buchanan, Farmington, New Mexico, LMT, LISW Many books exist with helpful information about learning the relaxing, healing art of practicing Reiki. What makes Reiki I: Exploring the Basics stand out is that it pulls together from many different sources a vast amount of information about Reiki that is helpful for anyone, whether they are thinking of learning about Reiki or have practiced it for a long time. The book includes information about how Reiki works, the origin and history of Reiki, the aura, the chakras and how they can affect a person’s health. It includes pictures and information about Reiki hand positions for healing yourself and hand positions for healing others. It addresses how those hand positions can help a person’s physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It explains what foods, activities and thinking habits a person needs to practice in the days leading up to receiving the Reiki I attunement from a Reiki Master of your choice. There are so many details about Reiki to learn and remember. This book will give you what you need to know in an easy-to-read writing style. It is a valuable reference book for anyone studying or practicing Reiki. However, it is not a substitute for a Reiki I attunement. To get that attunement, you must attend a Reiki I workshop and receive an attunement given by a Reiki Master.