Aloha! Thank you for visiting my blog page. This is my first blog, and I’m thrilled to introduce my service.
My service, Healing Readings, is distance oracle-card reading. Have you heard of oracle cards or tarot cards? I assume that most of you have probably heard of tarot cards. Oracle cards are like the children of tarot cards. Parents are well disciplined, have rules, don’t mind wearing uniforms, and have a deep knowledge of the lights and shadows of life. However, children would rather love freedom and uniquely designed clothes, yet they certainly inherit the wisdom from their parents. The differences between tarot and oracle cards are just like that and, though their styles are different, they were created for the same purpose —to deliver guidance to people.
Oracle cards are a method of receiving guidance in your time of need, and they are a useful tool for anyone looking for answers and meaning.
What about Reiki? Have you heard of it? It’s the life-force energy inside you. Reiki can be used for healing once you’ve learnt how to do it; some of you may know how to do it even without being taught. In fact, there is a Japanese word “Teate” (手当て), which means medical treatment and first aid; the word literally means “place your hands.” That means it was thought that early people knew you could ease pain by placing your hands on aching body parts, as healing energy flows from your hands.
Reiki healing has two approaches: direct treatment and distant treatment. In either case, Reiki flows to where it is needed, and distance healing works as well as direct healing.
In Healing Readings, I use the technique of distance Reiki healing for oracle card readings; I communicate with your guardian angels who know you best and spiritual guides and deliver their voices and messages with healing energy.
I’m now really looking forward to the opportunity of helping you find answers and meanings. Please spare some time to look at the Healing Reading options, and if you have any questions, leave your comments here or click on Contact Me.
I’ll be introducing myself in the next blog, so I hope to see you visiting again soon. Thank you for your time reading this!