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Monday, January 2, 2012

Whistle while you work...


I have a good job.  As a long term employee for a large stable employer,  I enjoy good wages, good benefits and good working conditions.  I like my colleagues both personally and professionally.  While there are some tasks I enjoy less than others, generally, I like what I do.  As good as all this sounds (and is), it's still work.  





It's my part time role as a registered Reiki practitioner that makes my workday worthwhile.   The opportunity to help people heal is a privilege.  Nothing is more rewarding than being allowed to assist a client in his/her unique healing journey.   I am humbled to be invited along to lend aid and observe their experiences. 


To all of my Reiki clients - both past and future - thank you!



"What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do.  When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful and the work we do feels like play to us."  
Julia Cameron

 "Work joyfully and peacefully, knowing that right thoughts and right efforts will inevitably bring about right results."
James Allen

19 comments:

  1. I am sure all of your clients value you for helping them heal.

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  2. Very nice balance between the full-time and part-time positions. It sounds like you enjoy the security of consistency with the first one, and what you really love with the other, and both with people you like... YAY! That's a two for two!

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  3. @Ruth - thanks!

    @Artful Communication - Yes - I really am lucky are I?? Won't be too long before I can retire from my full time job and focus on the Reiki. YAY again!

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  4. I am quite partial to your healing work as I do it too. I do Mariel healing taught by my spiritual mentor. I do hands on..... I listen and just do as I am told through divine healing. Deep soul work.

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  5. oh, wow, nice. sounds so soothing and rewarding...

    thank you for stopping by my blog...

    i hope you will continue to follow along as i try to pour my heart and soul out, through stories...

    i will definitely follow you along in your journey as a healer...

    happy 2012!

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  6. I love that you have both work that you like and work that you love.

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  7. WOW, Reiki! One of my best friend is also active in this field, respect!

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  8. @Laura Rogers - it's always great to "meet" other healers. I don't know too much about the Mariel healing system - it sounds a bit like Shamballa, which I also do. I like the intuitive aspect of both.

    @danneromero - it's a deal!

    @Word Nerd - me too :)

    @Claudia Moser - Reiki friends are the best!

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  9. Sounds like wonderful and rewarding work that you do! I'll have to do a little reading on this type of healing.

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  10. It is wonderful that you are able to combine your everyday job with your passion of being a Reiki Practitioner...That must be very fulfilling and rewarding :o) Very interesting, I look forward to reading more of your posts! Visiting from GBE 2 ~ new member :o)

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  11. @beachlover - I hope you enjoy your investigation into Reiki - it's very interesting!

    @Chantell - Thanks for joining me! I'll be over to your blog to join you.

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  12. I love that you are another of my wonderful blogging friends who has found balance in work, both the necessary and the pleasurable having come to your life :o)

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  13. Someday, the work you love will be full time, believe me time passes quickly. I love your blog.
    Pam

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  14. you are fortunate, to enjoy both your jobs.

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  15. @Mojo Writin' - yes, I feel very lucky!

    @pbquig - my countdown to retirement is in single digits now!

    @The Frizzy Hooker - I know it! :)

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  16. There is a lot to be said about liking what you do! Thanks for the visit.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  17. Love that James Allen quote. Here's to a fabulous 2012.

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  18. I really enjoy your posts. Do you have any youtube videos you can recommend to learn more about Reiki?

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    1. Glad you're enjoying my blog! Sorry, I'm not a huge fan of youtube learning so am really not familiar with what's out there. You could try your local library - there are a lot of good Reiki books.

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