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There is an ancient belief system that everything can be seen in one’s face. Your emotional state, your physical state, warnings, strengths and weaknesses. Lines on the forehead are said to represent issues with the intestines. Lines between the eyebrows, just above the eyes, represent issues with the liver, while lines under the eyes represent issues with the kidneys. Lines or swelling of the nose represent issues with the heart, and lines above the lip, below the nose, represent issues with the sexual organs.
Lines or wrinkles are inevitable. However, we have all seen someone in their 20s who has lines as deep and prolific as an 80 year old, and sometimes you see an 80 year old who has the skin of a 25 year old. What is their secret? Read the rest of this entry »
There is an ancient belief system that everything can be seen in one’s face. Your emotional state, your physical state, warnings, strengths and weaknesses. I have been studying this philosophy for many years and have found it to be very helpful when observing my own physical well-being, but also that of my clients and students.
For instance, your circulation can be observed in the forehead and the nervous system in the pupils, while the kidneys can be seen under your eyes. The heart is at the tip of the nose, the sexual organs above the upper lip and the stomach is on the upper lip.
The first 28 days after conception is the time when the top portion of the embryo’s face develops. If drugs or medications are taken by the mother during this time, it can cause a problem throughout the person’s life span. This is also the time that birth marks are formed. Often birth marks can be related to trauma and injury from past lives, but they can also be newly formed from the intake of foods and toxins from the mother. Read the rest of this entry »
The miracle of Reiki healing comes in the form of a universal energy which its founder Dr. Mikao Usui called Re Ki – his description of a cosmic life force contained in nature and the universe. This life force was also known in many ancient belief systems, such as the Egyptians who called it Hikau and the Chinese Qi or Chi. This life force is available to all and can be directed by those who were given an attunement to receive it.
Reiki healing can be used on people and animals alike, but animals have shown a very special connection to it. They are more open to receiving the healing energy of Reiki, because they do not live with the mental and emotional blocks that we as human beings carry around with us. They receive their Reiki energy without expectations, doubts or fears. Extremely sensitive and intuitive animals know just how to make the most of the Reiki energy, so that it can flow easily to where their illness lies. Read the rest of this entry »