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Reiki Meditations for Self-Healing

by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki

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Most people know the system of Reiki as a healing art for treating others, but few realize that this increasingly popular energy practice also focuses on meditations for self-healing and personal empowerment. With Reiki Meditations for Self-Healing, acclaimed author Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki (The Reiki Sourcebook, The Japanese Art of Reiki, Your Reiki Treatment) presents two CDs of guided instruction in traditional Japanese practices for your own health and vitality.
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Reiki Tenohira Guided Meditation

by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki

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Reiki Tenohira is a guided practice to heal the self with the hands. Suitable for Beginners through to Advanced. This CD supports practitioners to move from a guided practice into their own intuitive practice. Includes an introduction to hand positions (includes history, benefits and how to practise), 30 minutes of 21 guided hand positions plus an extra 30 minutes of practise music for the practitioner to advance to without guidance. * ncludes lift-out booklet with hand positions. Meditations written and performed by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki.
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Reiki Ho Guided Meditation

by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki

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Suitable for Beginners through to Advanced. The Reiki Ho CD supports practitioners to move from a guided practice into their own intuitive practice. Includes an introduction to the technique Hatsurei Hô (includes history, benefits and how to practise), 30 minutes of the complete guided technique (including Japanese waka poetry) plus an extra 30 minutes of non-guided meditation music for the practitioner to advance to (includes Japanese waka poetry and Precepts). * Includes lift-out booklet with practices. Meditations written and performed by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki. Featuring, in Japanese, Reiko Kawamura.
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Reiki Kan Meditation Music

by Bronwen Stiene of the International House of Reiki

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Kan is a Japanese word that refers to learning through direct experience, personal discovery and intuition. The Reiki Kan CD is one continuous 60-minute track of meditative music written for Reiki practitioners. It can be played during treatments on the self and others and is also excellent for Reiki meditations. The Reiki Kan CD supports Reiki practitioners in working directly with energy, thereby developing their intuitive and healing abilities. Music and Production by Edward Said Media Pty Ltd 2004 Copyright International House of Reiki 2004
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Music for Zen Meditation

by Riley Lee

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Music for Zen Meditation by Riley Lee spins drifting melodies that fill a room with silence as much as sound. With titles like “Sea Breeze” and “Serenity Flows,” the songs reflect nature’s stillness, melodies mimicking the gentle rhythms of nature. Source: Valerie Frankel (Rambles Magazine)
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Oriental Sunrise

by Riley Lee

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Oriental Sunrise features the evocative sound of the shakuhachi flute and koto in a series of improvisatory duets inspired and enhanced by the sounds of nature. The peace and tranquility of this album invite the listener to share an experience that is calm, awake, and in touch with the Earth. Source: Narada Productions
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Komuso: The Healing Art of Zen

by Ronnie Nyogetsu Seldin

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Ronnie Nyogetsu Seldin’s third album Komuso: The Healing Art of Zen focuses on the subtle, contemplative aspects of the shakuhachi flute, using its winding melodies as a focus for meditation and healing. Pieces like “Shizukesa,” “Yamato-Choshi,” “Sogei No Kyoku,” and “Mujusin-Kyoko” are soothing and refreshing glimpses into Japanese musical tradition, regardless of whether or not they’re used for meditation purposes. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide
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  • Inspiring Quotes

    • “Something that is always important to remember is; how you approach your meditation determines what you get out of it.”

      Bronwen and Frans Stiene
      The Japanese Art of Reiki

    • “Therefore, it is not on the outside but on the inside that one should be concentrating to delve to unlimited depths.”

      Bronwen and Frans Stiene
      The Japanese Art of Reiki

    • “When earth and heaven energies are balanced in the body a healthy life is attained - through this balance oneness can be experienced.”

      Bronwen and Frans Stiene
      The Japanese Art of Reiki

    • “Words can not explain that which can only be realized through practice.”

      Bronwen and Frans Stiene
      The Japanese Art of Reiki

    • “Reiju is a reminder of one’s unlimited potential and this is why it is often experienced as unique.”

      Bronwen and Frans Stiene
      The Japanese Art of Reiki

    • “These precepts appear to be practical reminders on how to get the most out of life by affirming correct attitudes but their secret is that they can affect humans in other, deeper ways.”

      Kathleen Prasad and Elizabeth Fulton
      Animal Reiki

    • “In Shinto, heaven, earth and humanity are different manifestations of one life energy.”

      Motohisa Yamakage
      The Essence of Shinto - Japan’s Spiritual Heart

    • “We must therefore keep our mind firmly at the center of our body (tanden) that is the center of our true self, to avoid it falling into a state of imbalance.”

      Motohisa Yamakage
      The Essence of Shinto - Japan’s Spiritual Heart

    • “You should neither boast of yourself by talking about your own experience nor discuss whose experience is inferior or superior.”

      Motohisa Yamakage
      The Essence of Shinto - Japan’s Spiritual Heart

    • “In this sense, every manifestation in the cosmos is a manifestation of ’me’. All this should not be understood only at the rational level. It must be experienced intuitively as we access our inner kami.”

      Motohisa Yamakage
      The Essence of Shinto - Japan’s Spiritual Heart

    • “However, it must also be said that in Japan, as in other advanced industrial societies, a climate of spiritual ignorance has arisen. This leads, among other things, to a casual, ‘mix and match’ approach of spiritual practice.”

      Motohisa Yamakage
      The Essence of Shinto - Japan’s Spiritual Heart

    • “So you begin this study by training the ch’i by means of technique. After your beginning studies, you still discipline your ch’i, but move away from technique.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “Thus the person whose art is not yet mature may meet with famous monks of great wisdom, yet he will still not have an awakening.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “Mind and ch’i are fundamentally of one essence. If you were to speak of separating them, they would be like fire and firewood.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “A teacher can only transmit a technique or enlighten you to principle, but receiving the truth of the matter is something within yourself.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “When the mind resides in technique, ch’i is hindered and is not in harmony.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “When there is nothing in your mind, your ch’i is in harmony and tranquil. When your ch’i is in harmony and tranquil, it will be active and flowing, but it has no fixed form; and without using strength, it will be naturally strong.”

      William Scott Wilson
      The Demon’s Sermon on the Martial Arts

    • “The truth is something beyond our ability to describe, beyond our thinking. Truth can also mean ‘the wonderful source’, wonderful beyond description. This is the source of all being.”

      Shunryu Suzuki
      Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness

    • “Each being is itself pure source, and pure source is nothing but each being. They are not two things.”

      Shunryu Suzuki
      Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness

    • “When you practice zazen without seeking for enlightenment or seeking for anything, then there is true enlightenment.”

      Shunryu Suzuki
      Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness

    • “If you take pride in your attainment or become discouraged because of your idealist effort, your practice will confine you by a thick wall.”

      Shunryu Suzuki
      Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind

    • “If you continue this simple practice every day, you will obtain some wonderful power. Before you attain it, it is something wonderful, but after you attain it, it is nothing special.”

      Shunryu Suzuki
      Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind

    • “Human beings are not special. There are no special things.”

      Genshin Fujinami Ajari

    • “Lead a life in which you think of what you can do for others, not what others can do for you.”

      Mitsunaga Kakudo

    • “Everyday must be seen as practice. Practice is not about maintaining one’s current life-style but about advancing one step at a time.”

      Mitsunaga Kakudo

    • “Practice is not simply the acquisition of knowledge, but turning that knowledge into wisdom through experience.”

      Mitsunaga Kakudo

    • “Even a blade of grass can be your teacher.”

      Sakai Yusai

    • “Only through sincerity, through being open to accepting things as they are in each situation, can one truly live each day as if it was one’s whole life.”

      Sakai Yusai

    • “Traditions that survive and retain their relevance are to be trusted, unlike trendy fads.”

      Hagami Shocho

    • “What is most important is the individual’s spiritual growth, and that the individual realizes for her/himself the path to happiness.”

      Shinjo

    • “Taking what is bad onto oneself and passing on what is good to others, and forgetting oneself and benefiting others - that is the height of compassion.”

      Saicho

    • “‘Three thousand realms in one mind’. This is the idea that the action of one’s mind in a single instant contains ‘three thousand realms’, or the entire universe, and therefore if our mind acts it can affect the entire cosmos.”

      Jiko Kohno

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