"An uplifting effect of artworks and jewelry is one aspect of the healing message Valerie continuously recreates through monthly shows, gallery talks, tea ceremonies and private sessions with clients who come to her for reiki treatments and other forms of alternative healing. Though it seems to have a dual goal, art for the soul and reiki for the body - in fact, the Weyrich Gallery is an integrated whole, every aspect of it designed to nourish the spirit."
Mary Carroll Nelson
Reiki (pronounced Ray-Kee) is a laying on of the hands, touch healing system . Its origins are of ancient Tibet. The word Reiki means universal life energy. This universal energy was never meant to be lost, as its essence is a part of every one of us. Reiki is an intense form of unconditional love and healing. Reiki is totally positive. It can never cause harm or pain to any living thing.
Reiki attunements are given on 4 levels, Reiki 1, Reiki 2, Advanced Practitioner, and Mastership. The attunements open you to the path of Reiki energy permanently.
They awaken the healing powers within you, create a deep inner cleansing, enhance your intuition and creative energies and the attunements release blocks on all levels-mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual.
If you have the desire to heal yourself and others, you can be a channel for the universal loving, light Reiki energy. I teach all levels.
Releasing stress of everyday life:
Valerie Jocelyn Tibbetts is a Reiki Master (over seventeen years) and has been a serious students of Sandra Ingerman for the last five years and a member of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. She also has been a student of Master Choa Kok from the Institute for Inner Studies in Advanced Pranic Healing and Pranic Psychotherapy. She has studied with Gary Young in the field of science and application of essential oils that are a grade A level. She integrates these modalities in her practice. Come explore, play, release and enjoy a new breath of life.
Feng Shui is the science and art that harmonizes environments with the universal patterns inherent in nature. Everyone's talking about it but what is it exactly, and how does it fit into your lifestyle, work within perimeters of your relationships, job, home, and family situations?
Feng shui, quite literally means "Wind & Water," but again, that doesn't mean much to most people. Pragmatically, Feng Shui is the 3,000-year-old Chinese belief that all things contain their energy. That people, buildings, animals, nature "everything has a life force - an energy field" and that it is possible to tap into this energy, called CH'I.
Feng Shui shows us how to read "energy blueprint" of a home or office and restructure the pattern for greater health, harmony, and abundance. One of the most provocative aspects of "subtle energy field" research is the revelation that there is a reciprocal nature of energy exchange between us and our surroundings. For this reason the new work in design is "energetically matching" architecture to people's needs, goals, and lifestyles.
Today's Clients want more than aesthetically pleasing interiors. They also want sacred spaces that are healthy, vibrantly alive, uplifting to mind and spirit, and connected to the greater scheme of things. People want to experience an expanded sense of self in the places in which they live and work. Feng Shui provides a unique way to connect us to the larger aspects of ourselves, mirrored in the universal rhythms around us.
Using Feng Shui as a foundation for design and architecture harnesses environmental energy for goal achievement and personal empowerment.
Feng Shui uses the ba-qua (eight-sided)
Shape that relates to the eight stations of life: prosperity, relationships, helpful people, new knowledge, family, children, fame, and career.
Feng Shui, also known as the art of placement, Feng Shui is the way of designing your surrounding so that they look and feel balanced. Applying Feng Shui principles will encourage a more harmonious flow of energy in your home or business. As each area of your home or work place relates to a particular aspect of your life changes in a specific area can have a highly beneficial influence on the corresponding aspects of your life, i.e.; your career, financial situation, relationships with work colleagues, family and friends, your marriage, and health.
Feng Shui harmonizes a home or work place the way that Shiatsu harmonizes the body. As with Shiatsu, Feng Shui is based on the Yin-Yang principle. An excess of Yin needs to be balanced out by Yang. The same energy or Ch'I that circulates in the body also flows around the home or workplace. Furniture or objects placed in a room can block or enhance the flow of CH'I depending on their position. Most of us are unaware that we are being affected daily by these energies (electro-magnetic fields) that we do not see or feel. Unaware, we create everything that is manifesting in our lives. Through the principles of Feng Shui and the awareness of our actions we can take control of our lives and achieve all our goals. The science of Feng Shui manifest itself in everything we see and touch every day. There are many schools or types of Feng Shui practices around the world today. However each embraces the guiding principle of creating harmony, health, and prosperity and increasing our awareness of how environments affect the experience of our lives.
The essence of Feng Shui. The integration of ceremonial fragrance to maximize spiritual growth and individual potential.
How essential oils energize your body and home for greater health, wealth, and happiness.
How to use fragrance every where to expand consciousness, reduce limiting fears, and to enhance all of life's possibilities.
Give to yourself the love and light of peace...
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Healing with energy.
Valerie J. Tibbetts