Tell us about yourself? (All answers must be full sentence answers for your membership to be approved)
My own personal quest to find a solution to the clinical depression I suffered, led me to Reiki in 2007. It worked.
By 2008, I had received my Master Teacher Attunement, and have practiced since. I was able to quit smoking cigarettes using Reiki also. In 2012, I was in a motorcycle wreck that left most of my body broken, including my back. Life saving surgeries, 11 months of intensive rehab and therapy, and almost 3 years of daily Reiki self treatment, I am compared to a "walking, talking, living miracle". I am a breathing example of how much Reiki can do to help us to heal, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
What brought you here?
My search for a way to facilitate distant attunements brought me here. I have met people around the world that want to learn Reiki, but have no physical access to a teacher.
I have realized that my own training given, lacked a lot of the information I have since learned through my own searching and studies. While the physical hands on attunements were successful, as I have successfully worked with many people, unfortunately, my teacher is no longer available to me. So I have had to turn to outside sources to satisfy my questions. So specifically, I came here to learn about attuning others to Reiki distantly.
What can you contribute?
I'm not sure what this question means, since the site says the attunements are free. But if the question is just in general, then
my Intention is to contribute teaching to those that want to learn, and share the knowledge of Reiki near, far, and world wide.
And of course, there is always the attitude of gratitude that I aspire to live by, so I thank you for this site. :)
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