Bach Flower Remedies – Scleranthus

Bach Flower Remedies are so often overlooked and yet they’re perfect for helping us to deal with the ups and downs of day-to-day life.

Let’s take a moment to look a little closer at Scleranthus.

This remedy is also known as the Balance Flower and it works to bring us more into equilibrium. If you are indecisive, have fluctuating moods, are frequently changing your mind, lacking focus, and so on, then Scleranthus could be just the remedy for you at this moment in time.

Taking this remedy will help you to focus and concentrate, restoring your inner balance and rhythm. You arrive at decisions without delay and with precision. You are more flexible and are able to integrate an increasing number of interests into your life.

We all get out of balance from time to time and Bach Flower Remedies are a safe and natural way of restoring us to our normal state. Both Gill and Elaine are Practitioners and are able to prepare a combination of remedies specifically for you.

Click here for more information on Scleranthus.

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Just for Today …

Hello, and welcome to the last in our series of looking at how working with the Reiki Precepts can help us invite happiness into our lives and use as a tool to bring peace and contentment.

With the run up to Christmas we could certainly use all the peace and tranquillity we can get.  It can be a stressful time, especially if we’re the one doing all the shopping, cooking, entertaining, etc.

In using the precepts we set our intention to stay with them just for today.

This week we’re looking at being kind.

Precept #5: Just for today, I will be kind to my neighbour and every living thing

Being kind shouldn’t be that difficult, but we all know there are a lot of unkind people in this world. But we don’t have to be one!

Every living thing has the right to “be” and we have to ask ourselves what gives us the right to cause harm to another. We are all connected, we are all part of the Universe and we all live together on this Earth. Therefore, when we hurt another, we hurt ourselves.

So over this festive period, let’s all try a little harder to be kind to one another and all living things.  Let’s treat others as we would like them to treat us. Let’s carry that through into 2019 too. Think what a wonderful world we would live in if everyone was kinder to one another.

If you’ve made it through to the end of this series, thank you. We hope that these five precepts can help you to achieve a little more peace and harmony over the holiday period and into 2019.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Just for Today …

Hello, and welcome to the fourth in our series of looking at how working with the Reiki Precepts can help us invite happiness into our lives and use as a tool to bring peace and contentment.

With the run up to Christmas we could certainly use all the peace and tranquillity we can get.  It can be a stressful time, especially if we’re the one doing all the shopping, cooking, entertaining, etc.

In using the precepts we set our intention to stay with them just for today.

This week we’re looking a little closer at respect and judgement.

Precept #4 Just for today, I will respect others and not judge

This is one of the five precepts that most of us have difficulties with. We live in a society where everyone judges and is judged constantly, from what we look like, to what we wear, to how we raise our children, and so the list goes on.

But each of us has our own pathway to walk.  We know nothing of others and what they are dealing with at any given time. Maybe someone behaves the way they do because of the way they have been raised.  Perhaps someone carries excess weight due to a medical condition or medication.  Maybe someone dresses as they do because they can’t afford new and trendy clothes.

We don’t like to be judged and are certainly not in a position to pass judgement on others. We should try to respect others values and beliefs and allow them their free will. After all, if we can’t accept another for who they are we always have the choice to move away from them.

So over this Christmas period let’s all try to live and let live.

We’ll see you next week with our final precept.

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Watch What Happens to a Healer’s Hands?

Ever wondered what happens to a healer’s hands during a healing session?

I’ve heard my Reiki students say to me so many times “I’m not sure my Reiki is working”, or “I don’t think I can do this”. Does that sound familiar to you?

Just take a look at this short video that we made a few weeks ago when Steve Williams brought his Aura Imaging equipment into Como. This shows quite clearly that there is activity in the healer’s hand as Steve connects and gives Reiki to Gill.

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Just for Today …

Hello, and welcome to the third in our series of looking at how working with the Reiki Precepts can help us invite happiness into our lives and use as a tool to bring peace and contentment.

With the run up to Christmas we could certainly use all the peace and tranquillity we can get.  It can be a stressful time, especially if we’re the one doing all the shopping, cooking, entertaining, etc.

In using the precepts we set our intention to stay with them just for today.

This week we’re looking at honesty and gratitude.

Precept #3: Just for today, I will do my work honestly and give thanks for my many blessings

I personally don’t think this precept is about being honest in how we earn our living, or when we are at work, but more about how we live our lives on a day to day basis. Honesty brings truth into everything and all relationships.

Do you consider yourself as an honest person? I’m sure most of us do.  But whilst we can probably say that we have never committed a crime or cheated on another, how many of us can deny the odd little ‘white lie’? Yes, all done with the best of intentions but it’s still not quite the truth. We may tell a friend that their bum doesn’t look big in that dress, when in reality it does. We don’t have to be brutal with our honesty, but wouldn’t it have been better to suggest another dress may suit her more and help her to look her best?

When we start to live our lives with honesty and integrity, life becomes easier.

Similarly, when we start to count our blessings and are grateful for what we have, we start to feel better about life in general. Move our focus away from what we lack or what we want, and life starts to become easier.

At this time of year it’s all too easy to forget what we’re grateful for. We’re probably so busy moaning about all that we have to do, about who we have to spend Christmas with, about the amount of money it will cost, and so on.  But take a moment to feel grateful that you have friends and family in your life and that you are able to spend time with them.

Think of at least five things in your life to be grateful for. When you start being thankful for one thing, you will easily find many more. Adopt an Attitude of Gratitude – you will be surprised at how much happier you will be.

This is one precept that doesn’t take too much effort to achieve.

We’ll be back next week with Precept number 4.

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