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Learn Reiki From Home? Teri Williams? Absolutely…

Learn Reiki From Home-Letting Go CafeEvery now and then we get a chance to support an effort that could transform lives at every turn. Today is one of those days. Meet Teri Williams. Teri is an expert in a Japanese system of natural holistic healing that was founded by Dr. Mikayo Usui. The system is known as Reiki, For over 20 years Teri has utilized the holistic healing energy of Reiki in her life.

Now, the following information is something I had NO IDEA about, and find it fascinating.

The term Reiki comes from two Japanese words: Rei which means Universal or “Spiritual Wisdom or the Higher Power.” And Ki which means “life force”. Together those two sounds make up the word Reiki (pronounced ray-key), meaning universal life force.

A Reiki healing session, whether self-generated or by a Reiki professional, generally includes the laying of hands on specific areas along the Chakra system and, at times, where pain, blocks or dis-ease are present. Reiki is available to anyone, in any capacity or spiritual practice and is in use by millions of people all over the world, of all ages and backgrounds.

Learn Reiki From Home Letting Go CafeIn her program “Learn Reiki From Home” highly spirited radio host, Shamanic Practitioner, and Reiki Master Teri Williams shares a step by step process on how anyone – from CEO’s to homemakers – can live a stress free life, with more enlightenment, purpose, and joy by incorporating into their life the holistic healing principles of Reiki. She provides step by step instructions, full color text, and more within the 3 separate modules. She teaches you many of the same techniques and exercises you’d learn from time spent with her or other experienced Reiki Masters – all from the comfort of your own home!

Learning Reiki From Home by Teri Williams is a great way to truly begin letting go of stuff!

The Power of Water

Power of Water - Letting Go CafeWe have all heard about the incredibly strong undercurrents of rivers and lakes. My guess is that you have seen (or heard about) the many cruise liners, holding thousands of people, that have disappeared in the ocean, never to be seen again. That is water power. Water, the combination of hydrogen and oxygen, is a powerful force to be reckoned with on all levels, including in your body.

I recently read about someone in the UK who decided to put the power of water to the test for one month. Power of Water - Letting Go CafeShe did not change her diet, she did not increase her exercise activity, and she did not spend a bunch of money on some diet plan. She simply replaced all of her liquid intake with one gallon of water daily. The results were amazing.

When people find out that I am a vegan, one of the first conversations after learning more about it, is inevitably related to how they can begin to adopt healthier habits into their eating and exercise lifestyle. I encourage people to take baby steps. I certainly did not show up as a vegan. Becoming vegan evolved over the years from eating any and everything, to eliminating meat and the seven deadly whites, to integrating raw fruits and veggies each day. Along the way, I also learned the power of water in and on the body.

The first baby step is to integrate drinking more water into your daily regiment. Replace the coffee, tea, shakes, soda pop, and those pseudo electrolyte replacement drinks – with filtered water. If you drink bottled water, be very selective and use a glass drinking bottle. This step alone will change the way you feel and look. Just ask the lady from the UK who drank a gallon of water each day for a month. It changed her entire outlook on life.

Try drinking one gallon of water daily for one month and see what happens. What do you have to lose?
If you think about it, one month is just a small dot on the long lifeline.

You deserve it!! Go for it!!

Two Tips To Let Go and Reduce Stress At Work

Two “Letting Go of Stuff” tips to reduce stress at work:

Tip One – Have a walking meeting
Tip Two – Take a responsible play break from your work

Tip One
Have A Walking Meeting

Instead of holding your meetings in the same old conference room and breathing the same old stale air, take a walk. Get everyone together, have them bring their pads & pens, and head outside for some fresh air. A walking meeting can be exhilarating and reduces stress. It also gets the creative juices flowing.

If there is a park nearby, go there. If not, have everyone drive to the nearest park. Its a healthy alternative to having a meeting at a restaurant and less time consuming.

Schedule the morning meeting at the park rather than the office. Once everyone arrives, take a walk and take care of business at the same time.

If you have a balcony outside the office, then take some chairs out there and have the meeting. The goal is to do something vastly different to help reduce the stress and pressure of every day woes; and that will spark creative thinking. In the process, morale will also increase, which is a great benefit.

Tip Two
Take Responsible Play Breaks Every Two Hours

Since 1994, I have worked from home. In doing so, not only is it important to be disciplined and focused, it is equally important to take what I call “play breaks.” These “play breaks” last about three to five minutes. For example, I have a trampoline that I will jump on for about five minutes several times a day. Do something that will shift your focus and increase the oxygen to your brain. That focus shift and fresh oxygen to the brain will make a big difference in your day. Remember, it is okay to take a break, as long as it is done responsibly.

Prior to 1994, when I worked in an office setting outside the home, I kept little toys that I could easily play with in between doing my work. It helped. It also reduced stress in big way. Examples of little toys are a yo-yo, bouncy balls, squeeze toys, 3-5 pound dumb bells (for a smart person like you), and the like.

If you have an active game you enjoy like, basketball or air hockey, then get a small goal that hangs on the door of the office and shoot some hoops from time to time (or use a trash can). For the entire office, get an air hockey game (or the like) and put it in the break room. It will help to increase the morale of the employees if they can take “play breaks,” while at work.

As long as deadlines are being met for clients and the play breaks taken responsibly, there is no harm in having a fun “play break” items in the office break room for folks to enjoy. It can be a morale booster.