Archive | January 2015

Usui Method Reiki… Universal Energy


Natural HealingJust for today, do not worry

Just for today, do not anger

Honour your parents and elders

Earn your living honestly

Show gratitude to every living thing

Reiki is concerned with healing at all levels of a person’s being by connecting with the life force within.

Every person has ‘universal life force energy’, for it is our birthright. And anyone has the ability to lay their hands on another person and to become intuitively aware of another person’s energy field.

The healer works directly with the client’s force field to restore a person to emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wholeness of being. The healer strives to help the recipient find their balance again and to create awareness for one to become more of who they truly are.

Illness is not some accidental or disagreeable upset along the way, nor is it a sign of weakness. Instead it is an opportunity for growth and evolvement towards wholeness. Never resist illness. Rather, learn from it and use it to look at your life, to see what needs to be released or what attitude needs realization.

Profound and simple, Reiki offers and teaches the basic treatment useful for any dis-ease.  It brings peaceful values back to the recipient. It comforts, calms, soothes, relieves pain, speeds physical healing and releases emotional trauma from the past and present. It cannot be misused or twisted for evil and can never be taken away from the healer.

Reiki is not only good for you, it is also essential for your children, animals, plants, environment and for energizing the food you eat.

I, myself have felt the upward spiral of positivity in my life since stumbling across Reiki in 1996. I suffered from severe whiplash after a car accident and wasn’t able to lift my head for a year. Fortunately for me, I met a Reiki practitioner and after 1 session and 3 days the whiplash disappeared completely. This is when my amazing journey with Reiki began. Since then I qualified as a Reiki Master and have helped hundreds of people to realise their true potential.

I believe Reiki is worth every second invested. It could possibly be the best investment you can make when it comes to your health and wellbeing.

Love and light xx

Lynette Mullins

Independent Traditional Reiki Shiki Rhoyo Usui Method Master

A space for healers and those in need of holistic healing

 Natural Health Thearpies

The Holistic Therapy Network is a space for those who would like to heal, teach, learn and share within the art of natural healing.

Holistic therapy is a mode of healing that takes the whole person into consideration. The holistic practitioner works towards optimal wellness and health by focusing on the mind, body, emotions and spirit. Health can be achieved by gaining a proper balance in life.

Holistic healing is not a religion and does not discriminate against age, gender or race – we are all one here.

time to jump the bridge

Principles of Holistic Healing

  • The holistic healing belief system is based on unconditional love and support.
  • A person is solely responsible for her or his own well-being and health.
  • All people have inherent healing powers.
  • The patient is at dis-ease and is not a disease.
  • All aspects of the patient’s life are addressed by using a variety of natural health practices.
  • Treatment does not just alleviate the symptoms but works at fixing the cause.

White Light CX Offerings

The Art of Aromatherapy A lymphatic massage combined with a selective blend of essential oils – to treat every ailment, dis- order or dis-ease. Usui Shiki Ryoho Method Reiki There are various therapies available to help clear, restore and balance your energy levels. Reiki Therapies

  • Aura Cleansing
  • Chakra alignments
  • Hands on physical healing
  • Psychic surgery
  • Long distance healing
  • Animal and plant healing
  • Home clearings

Reiki Courses

  • Reiki 1 – Self Reiki – introduction to Reiki
  • Reiki 2 – Practitioner Level
  • Reiki 3 – Advanced Teachers Course
  • Masters Degree

Core Realizations Get in touch with who you are at soul level.

  • Physical and Emotional Healing Meditations and Techniques
  • Mind Setting
  • Soul Purpose

Natural Healing products

Holistic and Organic

  • A variety of beauty, body, medicinal and pet care products, made with 100% ethics.
  • Pure Essential Oil Sales

Natural healing packages

  • Healing packages can be set up with holistic healers in your area according to your specific needs.
  • Treat yourself or a friend to a well-deserved healing retreat. You can choose a 1, 2 or 3 month therapy package, tailored to suit your specific ailment or dis-ease, in the heart of the Garden Route, sunny South Africa. Each day of the retreat will lead you towards well-being and wholeness.

This space of love is for the enjoyment, reference and sharing of every natural healer from all walks of life. For those seeking healing, feel free to request assistance in finding the best suitable treatment for you. Feel free to share, comment and assist where necessary.

Love and Light

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude

Healthy quotesDeveloping a “Gratitude Attitude” enables us to find the positive in those situations we perceive as being negative, says self-help author.

“I’m thankful for the promotion I received at work.” “I am grateful for the good health I enjoy.” “I am appreciative of the relationships that are part of my life.”

Sit down at any table this Thanksgiving and chances are you will hear some variation of the above statements. After all, it’s easy to recognize positive outcomes and express our appreciation for them. But recognizing and appreciating the good in those situations we perceive as negative is more difficult, or at times, downright impossible.

That’s where a “Gratitude Attitude” comes into play, helping us focus on what we gain from every occurrence in our life, says Nancy Christie, author of The Gifts of Change (Beyond Words Publishing).
“The benefit of having a ‘Gratitude Attitude’ became very apparent to me this past year, when my mother suffered a recurrence of the cancer that had plagued her since 1999,” explains Christie. “For six years, we had taken a positive approach, and expressed our thanks to God and the doctors each time it looked like she had beaten the odds. But following her last surgery in June, we all had to accept the fact that her condition was terminal. And to be quite honest, the concept of thankfulness didn’t initially seem to be relevant.”

But as she helped her parents cope during the last weeks of her mother’s life — a time she described as both heartbreaking and healing — Christie realized that there was still much to be grateful for. “Although it was very difficult to help my mother through this final transition in her life, it also gave me so many precious memories. Being able to provide some measure of comfort to her — not just medically but by talking and caring for her physical needs — comforted me as well. And although my Dad and I had always been close, this time of shared grief truly enhanced our relationship and made me realize anew how fortunate I am to have him as a father.”

That’s the whole point of developing a “Gratitude Attitude, she explains. “I could have spent those last weeks condemning the medical profession for failing to heal my mother or berating God for taking her from me.  But that would have kept me from making the most of the time I had with her, and in the end, wouldn’t have changed the outcome. Instead, I tried to focus on the positive experiences those weeks gave me, which ultimately helped me deal with the loss.”

The Gifts of Change explores the idea of seeking out the good in all situations. In the chapter entitled “The Hidden Advantage of Hindrances,” Christie uses a quote from Elizabeth Kübler-Ross to illustrate the choice we all have when confronted by difficult experiences.

“In Death Is of Vital Importance, Kübler-Ross wrote that tragedies are not really tragedies unless we choose to make them so,” says Christie. “She pointed out that we can also see them as opportunities for growth and transition, as hints that our life needs to change.”

But adopting that approach isn’t easy, Christie admits. “When things don’t have the outcome we desire, we all tend to be what my husband calls ‘members of the Whiny Family.’ We complain about it, we blame others for it, we metaphorically kick the situation which only hurts us in the process.”

Knowing how difficult it can be to develop a “grateful approach” to life, Christie has created a “Developing a Gratitude Attitude” worksheet as part of the Workbook for Change available

“It’s a real test of one’s ability to uncover the positive in the face of adversity,” she notes. “We tend to dismiss that approach as ‘Pollyanna-ish’ but it’s really an empowering attitude. What we are saying in effect is that, while things may not be going the way we planned or hoped, we still have control over our responses and the ability to make even a bad situation work for us. A ‘Gratitude Attitude’ keeps us from wasting our mental and emotional energies fighting against what can’t be changed, and instead, encourages us to mine the situation for ‘hidden gold’ that enrich our lives.”


Need help making a change? Visit the Community of Change site for tips and strategies or to sign up for a “Rut-Busting” Workshop!

For more information about Nancy Christie and The Gifts of Change, visit her web site or contact her via e-mail

“Knowledge comes from questions, not answers”…Nancy Christie