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Reiki Sharing Updates

October 20th, 2004


With Love & Light Ula Moleda

POTLUCK PARTY & REIKI TREATMENT DAYS

Namaste Friends,

I am back from Poland a six week holiday where I spent most of my time at my parents home – nourishing my Inner ChildJ It was really wonderful to be back with them, going for walks, hiking, visiting friends, reading and sometimes simply doing nothing. I did some traveling in Poland, however, not much as my purpose of this visit was to spend time with my family, which was a very blessed time.

Now that I am back in Redmond with dear partner of mine, Allan, and my soul nourished, I feel very excited about seeing my friends once again in Long Beach. I will be staying in Long Beach at my dear friend, Angela’s place for about 10 days and would love to see you all. I will be there from November 11th – till November 21st so please let me know what is the best time to see you (except the Trainings Days).

Please Everyone – Join us for
POTLUCK PARTY -
at Angela’s place –
Date: November 18th, Thursday
Time: 7pm
Address: 748 Newport Avenue, # 1,
Long Beach, CA 90804
(between E 7th Street and Redondo Ave.)
Tel – 562 439 9613

Please bring your loved ones, photos, stories – and some snacks, cold dishes, drinks etc to share.
And bring your spirit which made Long Beach a very special place for me. Thank you all!
I am really looking forward to seeing you there!

REIKI TREATMENT DAYS
If anyone would like to have a reiki session with me please let me know. I will be very happy and available on Friday, November 19th and/or Saturday, Nov 20th. For more information about sessions and prices please check my website - Events.

I wish you all a wonderful time full of blessings -
With Love, Light and Joy
Ula
'' We are shaped and guided by what we love'' - Goethe

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CERTIFIED REIKI TRAININGS

I -Certified REIKI MASTER/TEACHER TRAINING

Date: November 13 & 14, 2004
Saturday & Sunday
Time: 10 am – till about 5pm
(with one hour lunch break)
Address: 748 Newport Avenue # 1
Long Beach, CA 90804
(between E 7th Street & Redondo Ave.)
Tel. – 562 439 9613
Or (till Nov 11) – 425 605 3565
Exchange: $350

Requested - Reiki Training Level II

Please bring with you:
- 7 crystals (they all can be different gemstones ),
- a small teddy bear (only if you can and feel like),
- a pendulum (if you can),
- pay $50 deposit by check ASAP (payable to Urszula Moleda) and send to:
15817 NE 90 St, H360
Redmond, WA 98052

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ALREADY SENT THE DEPOSIT OR FULL AMOUNT FOR THE TRAINING.

II -Certified LEVEL I & II REIKI TRAINING

Date: November 15 & 16, 2004
Monday & Tuesday
Time: 10 am – till about 5pm
(with one hour lunch break)
Address: 748 Newport Avenue # 1
Long Beach, CA 90804
(between E 7th Street & Redondo Ave.)
Tel. – 562 439 9613
Or (till Nov 11) – 425 605 3565
Exchange: $100 each level
plus $20 for Reiki Manual Level I & II

To attend the class please pay $50 deposit by check ASAP (payable to Urszula Moleda) and send to:15817 NE 90 St, H360
Redmond, WA 98052

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ALREADY SENT THE DEPOSIT OR FULL AMOUNT FOR THE TRAINING.

Please feel free to share this info/Reiki Sharing Updates with anyone who might benefit from it.
May Love, Peace and Joy always be with you all.

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SENDING THE LIGHT TO ALL WE CARE FOR

I frequently get emails from those who have lost loved ones including people who have witnessed the last days/months of a family member or a dear friend. The following is dedicated to those who remain and those who have gone on before us.
The following are few quotes from Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the author and lecturer of many books on death and dying. Her writings have done much to help others through the actual dying process as well as comforting those that remain. Elizabeth passed away on August 25, 2004.

‘It's only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth - and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up, we will then begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it was the only one we had.’

‘You will not grow if you sit in a beautiful flower garden, but you will grow if you are sick, if you are in pain, if you experience losses, and if you do not put your head in the sand, but take the pain as a gift to you with a very, very specific purpose.’

‘How do the geese know when to fly to the sun? Who tells them the seasons? How do we, humans, know when it is time to move on? As with the migrant birds, so surely with us, there is a voice within, if only we would listen to it, that tells us so certainly when to go forth into the unknown.’

‘People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.’

‘We need to teach the next generation of children from day one that they are responsible for their lives. Mankind's greatest gift, also its greatest curse, is that we have free choice. We can make our choices built from love or from fear.’

‘Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in this life has a purpose.’

‘There is no need to go to India or anywhere else to find peace. You will find that deep place of silence right in your room, your garden or even your bathtub.’

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BRINGING REIKI INTO THE HOSPITALS by Ula

Most of us who are Reiki Practitioners share one very similar desire, to bring that love and healing Reiki energy to others. Many of us have the desire to bring that compassionate touch to places which so far didn’t put that much emphasis on the wholeness of patients. And while other healing arts like western medicine, focuses primarily on the body or mind, Reiki is focused on treating people as a whole human being, both the body, mind and spirit equally. Patients also are demanding that they be treated as a whole person. They are asking for being seen for much more than ‘just a body’. It’s time to bridge western knowledge and ancient wisdom, western logic and eastern understanding.

This article is about bringing Reiki healing into the hospitals, Senior Centers, Hospices, Nursing Homes, AIDS and cancer agencies and other places which you feel will greatly benefit from having Reiki. First thing which you need to do is to write a letter introducing yourself and Reiki healing. Before sending it to a hospital, do some research of where reiki healing might be needed, whether there are any departments which are offering already Complementary Care Program or/and Spiritual Help – if yes, check whether they offer reiki as well. Also get the name of a person you are going to send your introductory letter to. It might be helpful. Write a proposal. Be very specific what you can offer and how that can benefit the hospital. Keep open mind to find what will work.


To read the rest of this article please go to my website and click on the box - NEW!!!


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HELPING, FIXING OR SERVING?

I would love to share with you all some very interesting view on differences between helping, fixing and serving people from ‘Kitchen Table Wisdom’ by Rachel Naomi Remen.

‘Helping, fixing, and serving represent three different ways of seeing life. When you help, you see life as weak. When you fix, you see life as broken. When you serve, you see life as whole. Fixing and helping may be the work of the ego, and service the work of the soul. Service rests on the premise that the nature of life is sacred, that life is a holy mystery which has an unknown purpose. When we serve, we know that we belong to life and to that purpose. From the perspective of service, we are all connected: All suffering is like my suffering and all joy is like my joy. The impulse to serve emerges naturally and inevitably from this way of seeing. Service is different from helping. Helping is not a relationship between equals. A helper may see others as weaker than they are, needier than they are, and people often feel this inequality. The danger in helping is that we may inadvertently take away from people more than we could ever give them; we may diminish their self-esteem, their sense of worth, integrity or even wholeness. When we help, we become aware of our own strength. But when we serve, we don’t serve with our strength; we serve with ourselves, and we draw from all of our experiences. Our limitations serve; our wounds serve; even our darkness can serve. My pain is the source of my compassion; my wounded ness is the key to my empathy.
Serving make us aware of our wholeness and its power. The wholeness is us serves the wholeness in others and the wholeness in life…Service is a relationship between equals: our service strengthens us as well as others. Fixing and helping are draining, and over time we may burn out, but service is renewing. In helping we might find a sense of satisfaction; in serving we find a sense of gratitude…..
…Fixing and helping create a distance between people, an experience of difference. We cannot serve at a distance. We can only serve that to which we are profoundly connected that which we are willing to touch. Serving requires us to know that our humanity is more powerful than our expertise. In forty-five years of chronic illness I have been helped by a great number of people, and fixed by a great many others who did not recognize my wholeness. All that fixing and helping left me wounded in some important and fundamental ways. Only service heals. Service is not and experience of strength or expertise; service is an experience of mystery, surrender4 and awe. Helpers and fixers feel causal. Servers may experience from time to time a sense of being used by larger unknown forces. Those who serve have traded a sense of mastery for an experience of mystery and in doing so have transformed their work and their lives into practice.’