Little Brother’s Costa Rican Journey

Happiest of holiday seasons, Big Sisters and Brothers! I’ve been blessed to spend the majority of mine surrounded by family on the beaches and in the jungles of Costa Rica (which may find itself with a few new residents before long). The people here shine both in physical and emotional …

Our First Graduating Class!

Congratulations to the first ever graduating class of Kali-Ki Reiki and Wisdom School, San Francisco!  I couldn’t have asked for a better group of open hearted souls to explore consciousness with. We learned the history and symbols of Reiki, practical approaches to all 16 Kali-Ki chakras and, you know, transcended …

New Studio Location!

The ink should be dry by now, so I feel safe in sharing that I’ll officially be giving treatments out of a new studio in San Francisco! I’ll be sharing space with the wonderful folks at A Return to Health: South Shaolin Qi Gong & Chinese Medicine in the absolutely gorgeous Flood Building at 870 Market Street, Suite 309 — just spitting distance from Powell St. BART! I’m through the roof about this!

Angela and Sharon are universe class healers (I’m hoping to trick Angela into teaching me more Qi Gong), the location is absolutely perfect and it finally feels like the San Francisco annex of Kali-Ki Wisdom School has a home that isn’t also my living room.

I’ll begin taking sessions there on the 15th of this month!

Huzzah!

On the Path to Master Teacher

The Reiki lineage I practice (Kali-Ki) has deeper roots in Tantric Meditation than it does in traditional Usui Reiki. As I work to become a Master Teacher now, it dawns on me that the very programmed, hopelessly addicted young man I was would never have believed the path I’ve chosen — dedicating large portions of my life to a healing modality all about Shakti and consciousness raising.

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That said, I couldn’t be happier with it. I had the privilege/honor of assisting Kalisara (pictured) again at the Wisdom School’s Reiki 3 intensive this weekend, and it was fantastic…the students were eager, attentive and wide awake.  I was taken (again) at the teachings continued unfolding in repeated tellings.  It makes me realize not only how far I’ve come, but how much I still have left to learn.

I have no real point here aside from sharing my joy.  This was an amazing weekend and I’m feeling all blissed out from it.  I can’t wait to see where this all leads.