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During a Reiki Master’s workshop in Edmonton, Alberta a spontaneous allegorical story presented itself. I encourage you to sit back and give it a listen. Might just change how you look at your world. Told by Russ Littau founder of The Healing Center and Convergence Reiki www.healingcenter.ca
The attached podcast is from our meditation gathering at The Healing Center from February 13, 2013. I talk about a common “mistake” we often make when we are learning new skills such as Reiki, Meditation, etc. It’s a parable I’ve entitled “How long does it take to make ice”
The following is the audio recording of our meditation gathering at The Healing Center in Red Deer on February 13. While I haven’t done any post processing of the audio it sounds very good. www.healingcenter.ca
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In this segment I give a short overview of our seven main chakras and their physical and non-physical (energetic) attributes. As a quick summary here is a list. Name Non-Physical Physical Seventh/Crown Chakra – Connection to “Source” – No… Read More Seven main Chakra overview
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