General Animal Reiki Articles
This page is the place for you to read about all things animal Reiki! You’ll find articles about Reiki’s healing benefits for shelter animals, how Reiki can help heal compassion fatigue in animal caregivers, and even how chocolate can teach us about animal Reiki! There are also several articles about what exactly animal Reiki “is,” including one written especially for vet techs. It’s not always easy to explain animal Reiki to others, but hopefully these articles will shed some clarity on animal Reiki’s meaning and help you in your next Reiki conversation. A common theme throughout many of these articles is the fact that Reiki starts with you, and radiates a beautiful peaceful and compassionate space that helps others to heal as well! CLICK HERE for a supportive audio course, “Heal Yourself, Heal Your Animals,” that will share important tips and powerful techniques for interspecies connection and healing.
If you believe animals are teachers and healers in your life, and you want to celebrate all they bring to your life, we’d love you to celebrate World Animal Reiki Day with celebrations all week next week! SARA members are hosting wonderful online events and I hope you can join one or many of them! Click the photos below to RSVP or for more information to join or donate.
Want to create your own celebration?
On February 5, take some time to appreciate the special animals in your life by:
spending time meditating …
So excited you’re here with me today as we begin 2021! Let’s make it the best year yet for our dear animal friends 🙂
This month is my very special Animal Reiki Talk to help start this New Year with Peace, Love and Animal Reiki! Won’t you join me?
Topic: Animal Reiki for a Healthy, Happy New Year!
Link to listen in: CLICK HERE
Next month during our Animal Reiki Talk, we’ll be celebrating World Animal Reiki Day, so mark your calendar and join us live on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 6PM Pacific time!
This week begins a new year, with many new possibilities!
Reflecting on 2020, I am so grateful for all my students and our Let Animals Lead® community for holding the light through these challenging times!
Professionally, this past year I’ve found ways to incorporate more online learning into my programs. It’s been so enlightening to hear feedback from my students about the benefits of learning via Zoom (with lots of independent time to practice). I’ve learned a lot about how to support students through distant learning, and am so grateful to all …
I love this photo of Vincent all curled up for a long Winter’s nap. I think it’s a great metaphor for how many of us feel about the long-lasting effects of the pandemic: maybe we can just go to sleep and wake up when it’s over?? 🙂
Last week was the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, and Christmas! But this year, I do feel the long nights more acutely than usual.
Normally, I would be wishing all of you a fun and wondrous holiday with your loved ones, but …
“Meditation is thus a form of centering, which involves our disengagement from the machine of our mind and our resting in the heart.”— Georg Feuerstein
The benefits of meditation on our health and wellness are many! Science shows that meditation can help us increase our self-awareness and decrease stress. Meditation can also people manage many chronic diseases such as anxiety, depression and chronic pain. Researchers have shown that meditation actually changes the brain. CLICK HERE to read many more interesting scientific studies that have been done, and just a few of …
I hope you all had a safe and simple Thanksgiving celebration last week. We had a wonderful, small vegan feast and visited on Zoom with extended family. It was great to see everyone, and I definitely chose to focus on the many things in my life I am grateful for.
However, to be honest, now that we’re in December, looking ahead to the holidays, knowing I can’t visit family as I usually do, is a bit of a bummer. Yet with the new vaccines on the horizon, I know there’s a …
Thanks to everyone who emailed me with their thoughts and opinions on last week’s Reiki debate, “Can you learn Reiki remotely?”
I learned so much from each of your comments, especially the idea that not being able to learn Reiki remotely would prevent people with chronic illness or special needs from learning Reiki at all. I heard some amazing stories of readers whose chronic pain and suffering have been helped so much by the healing benefits of Reiki, only because they were able to learn from the comfort of their own …
Thanks to everyone who emailed me your thoughts and opinions about last week’s debate topic (see Reiki Debate Part 1, HERE).
I received some amazing and insightful messages from people such as:
“It is hard for me to believe that a specific hand position is a prerequisite, but rather a specific ‘soul position.’ “”Yes, holding space is a very real, kind and honourable way to practice. Especially for animals in high distress or sickness.””I have found that by practicing Reiki in this way [the Let Animals Lead® method] it shifted how I …
Hello friends,I’m super excited to announce my professional development program for 2021!
This year’s program is new and improved, with each group meeting monthly instead of quarterly. Both Practitioner and Teacher Excellence programs include Let Animals Lead® teachings on important Animal Reiki topics, time for Q and A and many other member benefits. Membership closes January 10, 2021, and early bird pricing is this week only.
Use the coupon code EarlyBird25 at check out to get $25 off either course (or both) if you order by November 2! If you’re a SARA …