Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out-of-Body Healing

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Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of either Reiki or shamanism will learn how to heal people, places, and things, whether at hand or from a distance, in this useful guide. Presented by an expert in both traditions, the techniques of Reiki and the principles of shamanism are explained in simple, concise terms, then brought together using real-life examples to show how Reiki can be practiced within the shamanic journey. Supported by mastery exercises, references to other books, and internet resources, both ...
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Overview


Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of either Reiki or shamanism will learn how to heal people, places, and things, whether at hand or from a distance, in this useful guide. Presented by an expert in both traditions, the techniques of Reiki and the principles of shamanism are explained in simple, concise terms, then brought together using real-life examples to show how Reiki can be practiced within the shamanic journey. Supported by mastery exercises, references to other books, and internet resources, both novices and experienced practitioners will expand their knowledge and ability to help subjects clear old energies and accelerate their "soul purpose."
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"[This] knowledgeable man manages to impart his wisdom in a manner that is beautifully clear and concise. I eagerly look forward to his next book." —Sandi Sedgbeer, Editor of PlanetLightworker Magazine

"Jim is a voice for the Earth, giving us much needed inspiration and information about living in harmony. And he is, as I consider myself to be, a practical teacher in the realm of Spirit. . . . A marvelous guide."  —Brooke Medicine Eagle, author, Buffalo Woman Comes Singing

"Jim Ewing writes with deep compassion and love."  —Sandra Ingerman, author, How to Heal Toxic Thoughts

"Recommended to anyone seeking to develop their inner abilities of healing and understanding."  —Michael Drake, author, The Shamanic Drum: A Guide to Sacred Drumming

"Accessible and comprehensive . . . an inspiring book for practitioners and a delightful introduction to those beginning a healing quest."  —Dana Robinson, certified shamanic counselor and faculty member, Foundation for Shamanic Studies

"Reiki Shamanism effectively demonstrates the unique adaptability of Reiki when partnered with other healing techniques."  —Phylameana lila Désy, managing editor, About Holistic Healing; and author, The Everything Reiki Book

"Sensei Jim PathFinder has provided a powerful and important vision of a new way of healing, blending old and new."  —Teiji Nagashima, Reiki master and teacher, Asaka, Japan

"From his heart he shares what our ancestors have lived since the beginning of time: to be one with our Mother Earth and to heal each other."  —Melynda Ruckels, RN, PhD, faculty member, the Ritberger Institute; and board member, Healing Hands Healing Hearts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844091331
  • Publisher: Findhorn Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 628,970
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author


Jim PathFinder Ewing (Nvnehi Awatisgi, in Cherokee) is an accomplished journalist, sought-after teacher and lecturer, and acclaimed innovator in energy work. In addition to serving as his community medicine man, he travels extensively, lecturing on shamanism, energy medicine, and Native American spirituality. He is the author of Clearing, Finding Sanctuary in Nature, and Healing Plants and Animals from a Distance. He lives in Lena, Mississippi.
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