The History of Reiki – Healing Ourselves from the Inside out
With metaphysical author, medium and Reiki Master Sydney Sherman, Morris Public Library via Zoom, on Wednesday, October 18, 6:30 PM
Reiki (Rei-Ki) is the use of Universal light to heal the bodies energy. Many cultures have used different forms of healing through the “Laying of hands.” For Asian cultures, Reiki was the only form of healing most people received for anything from an ingrown toenail, to heart issues and even emotional/psychological illnesses.
The Western medical community brushed off the power of Reiki healing as witchcraft and even quackery. However, Reiki is now accepted and used widely throughout the world and is seen as a legitimate and powerful way to treat the whole body (Holistic).
Specialized Reiki training takes many years and each student depending on level completed receives certification from their Sensei (Master/Teacher).
Through Reiki’s history, we know that everyone has the “Reiki” in them and can therefore benefit from learning about it and how to use it in their personal life.
This is not a Reiki Level Class but will offer all the information necessary for patrons to have an in-depth understanding of its history and its use.
Sydney Sherman is a metaphysical author, Reiki Master and aura consultant residing in Madison, CT. Sydney specializes in Thanatology, the study of life after death and the death and dying experience. Her books are You Are Not Alone: Our Loved Ones Are Here…You’re Just Not Listening; Gifted Innocence: A Parents’ Guide for Spiritually Gifted Children.
This is a ZOOM program.