REIKI SERVICES (click here)

 

 

Studies have shown that Reiki increases the white blood cell count giving a boost to the body’s immune system.

That it eases depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, stress levels, and reduces pain from both chronic and acute conditions.

According to the American Institute of Stress, 90 percent of all illnesses are caused in some way by stress. For healthy individuals, Reiki is a simple, effective way to relax, relieve stress, restore energy, and maintain overall wellness. Because it relaxes the body at such deep levels, one hour of Reiki is equivalent to three or four hours of very deep sleep, “jump starting” the body’s own natural healing abilities.

 


 

Reiki (pronounced “Ray Key”) Links: 

Dr. Oz on Reiki:  https://bit.ly/2KUJH76

Reiki Really Works: A Groundbreaking Scientific Study: https://bit.ly/2Ny2m7b

What is Reiki? A Brief Overview: http://bit.ly/bMJdxa

What to Expect During a Reiki Healing Session:  http://bit.ly/cufqR9

Reiki Energy: What is it? How does it heal? http://bit.ly/bMmV84

Science and the Human Energy Field: http://bit.ly/aDV5K8

The Science Behind Distant Healing: http://bit.ly/9kGk3U

Reiki and cancer:
http://cancer.about.com/od/alternativetreatments/a/reiki.htm

http://www.reiki.org/reikinews/reikiandbreastcancer.html

 

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FENG SHUI  & SPACE CLEARING SERVICES  (click here)

 

 

Feng Shui pronounced “fung-shway” or “Wind and Water” is the ancient Chinese Art Of Placement. It is based on the understanding of the flow of energy (Ch’i) throughout ones inner and outer life. The tradition of Feng Shui believes the way a home is decorated and designed affects the fortune of the people living in it. Feng Shui, the art of creating/finding harmony in your surroundings, can be applied to your home, tiny home, office or apartment.

 

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Definitions:

Bagua:The bagua (pronounced Ba-gwa) is the spatial map used to identify different quadrants of a space or environment. It consists of eight external sectors and one central one called the Tai Chi: a symbol denoting a perfect balance of the flowing energies of Yin and Yang, and also representing Earth.

Chi (chee): The ever-flowing energy of life or life force which contains and sustains all matter. Feng Shui concerns itself with the movement and containment of chi to create the most beneficial support for a person in their environment.

Creative Cycle: The creative cycle describes how the five elements promote each other. Water feeds wood, wood fuels fire, fire makes earth, earth creates metal, and metal holds water.

Crystals: Stones that attract and amplify energy through diffusion of light.

Cure: A cure is a remedy for a negative feng shui situation. It can enhance a space’s energy, or it can neutralize or negate what is seen as negative energies within a space.

Destructive Cycle: The destructive cycle describes how the five energies, or five elements, diminish each other. Water douses fire, fire melts metal, metal chops wood, wood uproots earth and earth dams water.

Five Elements: One of the foundations of feng shui theory is rooted in the interaction and balance between the five elements, which in Chinese cosmology are wood, fire, metal, water and earth. These elements are used as remedies or correctives.

Earth:  Earth energy is grounding and stabilizing and supports energy and life. Earth colors are yellow and orange.

Fire: Bright primary colors like red symbolize fire. This element implies expression.

Metal: Metal is symbolized by the color white, silver, gold, and copper. This element implies leadership.

Water: Water is symbolized by the colors blue and black. This element implies flow, life path, nourishment, and communication.

Wood:  Wood is symbolized by the color green or living plants. This element implies growth and strength.

Feng shui (fung-shway): In Chinese, feng shui means wind water. We use the term to denote the art of placing items so they are in harmony with each other and their environment.

Gua: A gua describes one of the sections of the bagua spatial map.

Poison arrow: A term that refers to sharp, hostile corners or objects that can cause oppressive, destructive or disruptive chi.

Space clearing: A ceremony that rids a building or space of existing energies including residual emotional or physical negative energies that might be left from previous occupants or carried home with you.

Yin and yang: Male and female. Dark and light. Quiet and active. Winter and summer. Earth and heaven. Yin and yang are elemental opposites that, when in balance, create harmony and opportunity.

 

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DE-CLUTTERING  &  ORGANIZING SERVICES (click here)

 

 

I provide De-cluttering and Organizing services at $50.00 – $100 per hour. I will come to your home and help you sort through your “stuff” to donate, throw away or file. I can also help you set up a filing system and re-organize your home in order to function more efficiently.

 

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