Designed for Reiki practitioners or anyone interested in energy healing, this thirty-six card oracle deck will accompany your spiritual journey and assist you in opening and/or deepening your practice.
Born out of the collaboration between artist and Reiki shaman Teresa Maria Mison and Reiki Master Teacher Kazane Windy, the deck is infused with the spirit of traditional Japanese Reiki and elements of Bushido.
Includes: 36 full color cards (3.5"x5") Colored tuck box Guidebook
Available first week November 2023, these limited edition decks are being offered at the pre-selling price of Php 1,500 through 24 October (regular price: Php 1,800). Make sure to get yours today!
The decks will be shipped out first week of November, shipping fees will be dealt with then.
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This is a question many of my clients and students end up asking after working with me.
I love this so much for them. This means they have done the daunting work of letting go of an old, outdated version of themselves that no longer resonates.
It’s a scary place to be, in between selves. The ego so desperately clings to a social image, what we think we want, what we think others want for us…
But the space in between is a necessary step in rediscovering our true selves. And it’s a process that must happen again and again - the Heroine’s journey, the Medicine Wheel.
I went to Japan to see who I am as a Reiki master.
I went to Ifugao to see who I was before the Spanish wiped out most of our indigenous culture.
I found answers, but also more questions, and I am fine in the not-knowing.
But this is my personal journey.
Answering these questions takes time.
It takes dedication.
It takes energy.
I am not gonna lie, it’s a huge investment.
But I see each one of you, dipping your toe, then pulling back, coming back for more when you are ready. And it brings me so much joy.
Even in your process of un-doing and un-being, you are worthy, perfect and whole. Keep going. You are stronger than you imagine.
As someone who raised her daughter alone during several periods of time (other times I was blessed with amazing partners who were very involved in co-parenting), I had mixed emotions reading about people greeting single moms on Father’s Day. Then this morning I read about a post written by my friend Bas about this topic, that he decided to take down due to the toxicity of the comments.
We all are gifted with free will, and this is a precious gift. In other words, we are all entitled to our opinion, which will of course be different from person to person - this is a good thing. Our opinions, as much as we believe are our own, are based on our past experiences, relationships, culture, upbringing, and as far as I am concerned, energy from past lives and our ancestral trauma, still very much present in our genetic coding.
When I was a single mom, I never wanted to play both roles. Why would I? It was exhausting enough being a mom.
The Healthy Masculine has innate authority and commands respect in the household, effortlessly.
My friends and clients might be surprised to hear that when my daughter was small, I had no boundaries and unknowingly allowed her to walk all over me - because she was, in effect, me. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a boundary between a mother and a child. When her father would stop by, the energy of the house would change, and my nervous system and my daughter’s would temporarily settle (key word: temporarily!)
Last week I heard about an app to help women find a mate to father a child with - nothing else. As much as I respect other people’s choices, I couldn't help but feel sad. As someone who only got to know her biological father at eighteen, I would not wish it on any child to grow up without a father.
I am totally okay with single mothers claiming Father’s Day - if that makes them feel empowered and happy, it’s all good. But one thing is for sure: my perspective has drastically changed from thinking single motherhood was something cool and to be sought out, so something, in hindsight, that was extremely taxing physically, emotionally and mentally, not only on me, but on the child and the other people involved.
Since this is such a triggering topic, I invite you to pause and reflect before reacting. I so appreciate the diversity of my audience, and also your open-mindedness. During Reiki 2 class yesterday I shared how I want to use social media intentionally for education and inspiration - maybe as an antidote to all the toxicity and vitriol that plagues it.
Thank you for your time, and Happy Father’s Day!