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.


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.

QHHT with Beatrice Tao

Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique, or QHHT, is a practice fashioned by the late, great Dolores Cannon in which a Somnambulistic state of trance is induced in the patient.  During her years of practice, Ms. Cannon discovered that not only was this method of hypnosis useful for past life regressions, but that …

Change is the Only Constant

With Sera is now known as Daniel Steven Metaphysics. My aim was to change the name to something simple and broad covering not only the wisdom given by Sera, but also my healing work as a Reiki Master and any other modalities that are a part of my as-yet-unknown.  Thus, Daniel Steven Metaphysics was born.

Q&A with Amy Fitzgerald

Daniel participated in a Q&A session with Amy Fitzgerald for her “Love from Above” series on channeling. It’s a wonderful project she’s undertaken to bring light and focus to those who are being sung through. It was an absolute pleasure to speak with her, and we’re hoping for several more installments in the future. Enjoy!

The Eyes Have It

When you walk with wholeness and humility, there are those who will hold your gaze for just a moment longer than you’d expect.  There are also those who will avert it and disengage immediately. Those who hold it are those who recognize you, even if only for that slightly longer than usual moment. …

A Hopeful Boko-maru

Language is a desperate and clumsy embrace between souls searching for connection. They remember being whole. They yearn to be together again. Prisoners, bound and blindfolded in a dark and lonely prison, touch their feet together to remind themselves that they are not alone. It is a hopeful Boko-maru.