The ancient art of Reiki has the power to heal our minds, bodies, and spirits in ways few of us can imagine. The first Reiki Master to practice in an operating room under the supervision of Dr. Mehmet Oz, author Raven Keyes has brought Reiki to the defining events of our time. With engaging prose, Keyes tells moving stories of giving Reiki to rescue workers at Ground Zero, PTSD survivors, professional athletes, trauma patients, and those suffering from crippling emotional pain. Keyes offers inspirational experiences of connecting with angels and spirit guides, and shares the joys and pains of working with patients, their loved ones, and their communities. Through stories and meditations, readers are filled with hope and a sense of good will. Helpful exercises and meditations are included to invite healing and provide the opportunity to engage with Reiki energy more deeply.
©2012 Raven Keyes (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I loved every word and the delivery of it. With it being read by Raven herself I felt more connected with what she was sharing with us.
I found myself in tears at certain areas and laughing out loud at others. What an amazing journey she has shared with us.
I am just beginning my journey with Reiki Healing and this book made me look even more forward to my own journey ahead. I cannot thank you enough for this Raven.
Blessings to you!
Exceptional explanation of reiki, it's power, and potential. Reverent and respectful. The stories furthered understanding of reiki. Easy read, easy listen. I enjoyed every minute. marathon is also very pleasant.
I enjoyed this book. U understand the concepts can be difficult but hearing about experiences from Raven and how different people experience energy medicine. I look forward to learning more about it. Thank you
The material was spectacular but the narrator spoke so abnormally slowly it was annoying at first but then I sped it up to 1.25x and it is so much better this way!! Yay!!
I loved this informative book and the way it guided me to my destiny as a Reiki healer.
it was difficult to get through, i felt the stories were very repetitive. I do want to go back and listen to the exercises at the end of the book, which i listened to a few and they seemed helpful.
very repetitive in the nature of the stories. it could have been cut down significantly.
a little slow for me at times.
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