Since I studied Reiki in January, Reiki healing has been part of my daily life (see my previous article, First Experience with Reiki). I never force anybody to believe in energy healing, but I do believe in Reiki. Each morning, I start my day with 15 minutes of self-healing, and then I send Reiki to […]Read more "My Experience with Reiki Level Two"
Reiki has always been an area close to my heart, as I grew up in a family of medical workers, and now I, too, work within the field of healthcare. Reiki is an energy healing practice where the Reiki energy flows in the patient through the healer. One of the distinctive features of Reiki is […]Read more "First experience with Reiki"
In my book review of The Empath’s Survival Guide, I very briefly described my empath family, who were medical workers and also empaths. This may not be unique for health professionals, because the ability to empathise could be inherent in them even though some professionals would deliberately stay detached in medical practice. Ultimately, we all […]Read more "A spiritual connection #2"
Since I’ve started reading this book, The Empath’s Survival Guide by Dr Judith Orloff, some aspects of my life have changed. I had waited for an authentic guide like this book for a long time, and her explanations of empathy are fascinating. Dr Orloff states: “I challenge the status quo and create a new normal for […]Read more "The Empath’s Survival Guide – Life Strategies for Sensitive People: Review"
I’ve changed my blog title, which used to be simply my full name. The new title is Kaya, named after Buddha Kaya, which means Buddha’s three bodies (three kayas): The first body, ‘true body’, embodies the very principle of enlightenment. The second, ‘bliss body’, is a body of bliss or clear light manifestation. The last […]Read more "A spiritual connection #1"