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Transparency Reiki

Transparency Reiki

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Transparency Reiki is a wonderful, beautiful energy brought to us by Alasdair Bothwell Gordon. The purpose of this energy is to help open up the individual to express themselves honestly and authentically, to take off the "masks" that we wear in public all too often.
Transparency Reiki is a wonderful, beautiful energy brought to us by Alasdair Bothwell Gordon. The purpose of this energy is to help open up the individual to express themselves honestly and authentically, to take off the "masks" that we wear in public all too often.

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Transparency Reiki
Channelled by
Alasdair Bothwell Gordon
July 2008
 
Transparency Reiki
There are some excellent Reiki and similar energy systems availableon the subject of protection. Examples include Protection Reiki byLinda Colibert and Psychic Protection Flame by Stephanie Brail.There are times when we can all feel very vulnerable, especially frompersonal attacks or from those “psychic vampires” who can suck usdry with their many demands and leave us feeling completely washedout. At such times, the above systems (and others like them) can bevery valuableYet there are times where we all need – and often want - to be moreopen to others, to be more transparent.In the British culture I was brought up in, we practically inventedthe stiff upper lip. Feelings were regarded as a very private matterand certainly never to be displayed in public. Extremes of pleasureand annoyance were expected to be concealed and even suppressed.It was anticipated that a tragedy or major setback would be takenstoically. This was especially so at funerals where outpourings ofgrief were literally frowned upon.It is not suggested that we should all be guided purely by feelingsand emotions – but perhaps we can be too afraid of saying how andwhat we really feel. (Here, of course, I am speaking particularly topeople who come from cultures that believe it is “polite” not toexpress emotions!)I wonder why some cultures find it hard even to be direct. Again,the British often find it particularly hard to be direct, to say whatthey want, what they think and what they feel. There is a well-held(but, I believe, mistaken) belief that other people will like us if wealways give in to their preferences and defer to their opinions.
 
Actually, this kind of passive behaviour can be very frustrating andannoying. One of the reasons people find it frustrating is that thepassive and compliant person does not actually disclose anything ofhimself. Also, contrary to the stereotype, it is not just women whoare passive.
Step Number 1 – Seek the Courage
In sourcing the energy we need to become transparent, ask God /Goddess / Source (or whatever is appropriate for you) for thestrength and the courage to say what you want, what you feel andwhat you think in such a way that your own communication is clearbut that you respect the other person’s right to take a differentview, action or approach.Even where there is conflict and disagreement, that process can bepositive if it opens minds to alternative possibilities and givessomething to build on. Visualise yourself having a pleasant and honestdiscussion with that “problem” person. Imagine that discussion goingreally well and taking you forward into new possibilities. See that“problem” person as an ally in solving the problem rather than a foeto be avoided at all costs. Maybe that person would be delighted if you were just a bit more open and willing to share your thoughts andfeelings. The factors that unite us with other members of thehuman race are infinitely greater than the factors that divide us.
Step Number 2 – Stop Judging
I believe that one of the first steps in being more transparent is tolose our habit of judging others too quickly. There is an old saying intherapy “You spot it- you got it” Very often we transfer and projectsome of our own problems on to others, without even being aware ofwhat we are doing. So, the wife who complains that her husbandnever listens to her is often a poor listener herself!

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