Reiki Doc – From The Front Lines At The Hospital, March 28, 2020

Saturday, March 28, 2020

From The Front Lines At The Hospital

Yesterday was the first day I was back to work in a little over a week. One week ago Thursday, at the end of my shift, I was given an N-95 mask and fitted for it. I take a regular size. I had worn it the whole day, even to a case in the MRI scanner, and some people looked at me with horror at my eye shields and hair cap and masks, as if I was ‘overdoing it’. Some patients walking around the campus told me those words, exactly.  …read more here

Reiki Doc – Accept and Allow, March 26, 2020

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Accept and Allow

On Tuesday, thanks to the magic of Zoom teleconferencing, my Reiki teacher Anne Reith, PhD was able to host an ‘Open Psychic Development Circle’.  I haven’t been to one in eight to ten years.  These are sessions for the advanced students, where they meet every week at a regular time, and Spirit agrees to work with them, for perhaps four to six week intervals. Usually they are closed groups. When I used to go, traffic and childcare was a huge issue. At first I enjoyed them, then later, I would get upset because I spent most of the time being a medium for other people instead of getting to enjoy Spirit on my own. …read more here

Reiki Doc – Welcome The Rain, March 24, 2020

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Welcome The Rain

I just read some emails that were sent via ‘reply all’ to the CEO of our local surgery center regarding the business decision to stop doing elective cases for six weeks. The responses ranged from ‘I’ll be out of business by then’ to an Iranian showing a screenshot of how many cases, how many deaths and how many recoveries–the numbers which are staggering! Some said to reassess the situation every two weeks.  They were very glum, all in all, somewhat like this. …read more here

Reiki Doc – On Tending The Garden Of The Soul (the heart) – March 23, 2020

Monday, March 23, 2020

On Tending The Garden Of The Soul (the heart)

Yesterday I was out in the garden, enjoying the morning. I have quite the crop of weeds (not ‘weed’ lol, for that I could make money!)…trying their best to take over the yard. I have respect for them, for their resilience, for their voluntary effort to place themselves in my garden and grow, since clearly there is a great deal of life force in them!  I let the blossoms open for the bees. I feed the rabbit (and ourselves) the leaves of the non-prickly kind. …read more here