The Reiki Box

A Reiki practitioner often receives requests for Distant Reiki sessions, and unless we want to spend every day and every night fulfilling all these requests, we need to create a Reiki envelope, book or a Reiki Box.

In the beginning you may only need an envelope where you can place the names of people who have requested Reiki, but as your practice grows you will need to find something a little more substantial. I personally prefer the Reiki Box, although I have also used Reiki packets, books and envelopes.

My Reiki Box – Collage & Rhinestones on a box.

The Reiki Box can be any container in which you can put names, photos or both, of people who have requested Reiki. Some practitioners use a shoe box while others prefer something more elaborate. It really doesn’t matter because Reiki always goes where it is needed.

When you have selected your box, you  will need to clear it of any unwanted energies, you can do this by smudging it or by drawing the Power Symbol on all sides of the box.

Next, you will need to write down the names of those who need Reiki on slips of paper and place these inside the box. After you have done this, draw the Reiki symbols in the following order and focus on sending Reiki.

  • Distance Healing Symbol.
  • Power Symbol.
  • Harmony Symbol.
  • Power Symbol.

You may send Reiki daily or weekly depending on need. I use index cards in my Reiki Box and go through them periodically and remove the cards of those who no longer require Reiki. You may want to write down the name, date and issue on each card and attach a photo if you have one.

One other thing I do is write out this message on a slip of paper and place it in the bottom of the box.

“Reiki for all beings who wish to receive it.”

Everyday Goddessing  is about sharing magical techniques and sacred wisdom with other beautiful Goddess women. I believe that within every woman there is a goddess, a wise woman, beautiful, creative, powerful, with a deep soul, and that everything we need and are looking for is already inside  each of us. – Rose Arizmendi

Three Minute Break

Today has been a very hectic, busy day for me and when I took a break I found this video, which I wanted to share with you.

Come take a  three minute break from your busy day and release any tension or stress in your body.

Relax and enjoy!

Soothing Waterfalls

“I think as you meditate over the years you evolve–your practice gets deeper, and you reach new levels of inner peace and awareness.” – Jack Canfield

Gemstones For November

The Gemstones for November are topaz, citrine and chrysoprase.

Topaz is an Ayurvedic birthstone. It is said to promote creativity and is used to activate the first three chakras. It also enhances relaxation and feelings of peacefulness. The yellow topaz is excellent for activating and stimulating the crown chakra.

Citrine is a modern November birthstone. This stone is said to be useful for balancing the masculine and feminine energies and for aligning the chakras. It is a great stone for clearing the aura and is also excellent for activating and opening the navel and solar plexus chakras.

Chrysoprase is an ancient Roman November birthstone. It is an excellent stone for opening and activating the heart chakra and is used to encourage acceptance of others and self. This is a stone that facilitates deep meditation, compassion and love.

What is Reiki?

Here is a wonderful video on Reiki which explains what Reiki is and how it works.

Have a great weekend!

Kiss The Earth


“It is time for us to kiss the earth again, It is time to let the leaves rain from the skies, Let the rich life run to the roots again.” – Robinson Jeffers

Fearless Mushrooms

“Nature alone is antique and the oldest art a mushroom.”
-Thomas Carlyle

“Everything an Indian does is in a circle, and that is because the power of the world always works in circles, and everything tries to be round.” – Black Elk, Oglala Lakota, 1930