FAQ

How do I begin my Leap of Faith?

I encourage you to find a mentor. One that can really open your eyes, through the mentor’s experience, before you leap.

What if I find myself slipping or staying stuck in my old limiting ways?

Relieve yourself of staying stuck in that limited place, by getting out your prettiest, wildest, zaniest, calmest, favorite journal. Pick up that awesome pen and get busy turning curses into candy. Then let yourself fall into blissful sleep and enjoy the sweet dreams you’ll experience.

Where should I start?

Make a lasting difference today. At work, home, and everywhere in between, people use motivation to find courage, experience healing and get desired results.

How would you describe Reiki in it’s most simplistic form?

Reiki is a Japanese light touch technique for sought after stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.

How does Reiki Work?

It is administered by the “laying of hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen experiential “life force energy” flows through us and allows us to feel alive. When one’s “life force energy” is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and when it is high, we experience greater happiness and improved / ultimate health.

Where did the word Reiki originate?

The word Reiki is made up of two Japanese words – Rei which means “God’s Wisdom or the Higher Power” and Ki which is “life force energy”. So Reiki is actually “spiritually guided life force energy.”

How will the treatment feel?

A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit, creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security and well being. Many have reported miraculous results.

How do you correctly pronounce the word: Reiki, Raykey, , rakey, rakie , raki?

The correct spelling is Reiki and its pronunciation is “Ray-Key”

What inspired you to create Leap of Faith – From Fear to Fulfillment?

The epiphany section of the book gives details of the event that sparked the book and the tune that has inspired me to create and complete this book is: “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield. I played it repeatedly as I wrote.

How would you summarize the first section?

The first section offers tools and inspiration to help people to get to their right place in life, and to feel good about it when they get there.

How would you summarize the second section

Section Two of this book is filled with success stories and inspiration from those who were gracious enough to accept my invitation to express their journey as they took their “Leap of Faith” and moved “From Fear to Fulfillment.

Not following your dream and continuing to live in an unfulfilled existence, can this cause physical issues?

Yes, we call it the silent health risk. Do your feet hurt, is your back aching, are your eyes burning? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it would be fair to conclude that you have a burning desire to move forward in life and fear of the unknown is holding you back and keeping you from moving forward freely in life.

What is a Mantra (and how do I create my own mantra?)

A mantra is a very personal and positively powerful tool. Create your own and delight in the empowerment it brings as you take the next step in your journey of life. Take a moment to listen to your soul, the voice in your head that repeatedly says, “I deserve better, I am worth more, I can do better, I’d rather be somewhere else being of better service, I am…” Write down all the words that truly express who you are and you’ll be able to create your own mantra.

Why do you believe the mantra “I Am” to be so important?

These two words claim your identity, your truth, and your faith in yourself. Starting with anything else, is also what you will experience. For example, if you chose to start with “I wish” or “I want” you will only ever experience the wishing and wanting of what you desire to experience, and soon you will become frustrated with your mantra, and more than likely give it up. “I am” empowers “I become” and soon enough you are living all that you deserve and desire to experience in life.

What inspires you?

Sometimes a song inspires us to succeed. Many songs have pulled me through difficult times, empowered me to change myself, to believe in myself and to honour my self worth. “Life is Just What You Make It,” “I Am Woman,” “We Are The World,” “I Run,” “Tomorrow,”” “I’m Walkin’ On Sunshine;” these are the titles of some of the songs that have inspired me to create changes in myself, accept responsibility for myself, and to experience how positive thinking brings about positive results. I’m sure you also light up when you here a song that helped you through a challenging time in your life. There are numerous, amazing upbeat songs that drive us to run faster or work harder and achieve our goals. These too are powerful tools.