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The Awakened Woman

The awakened woman doesn’t
let any man’s wounded sexuality
stand in her way of being brilliant. 

She does not hide her beauty,
Does not dull down her vibrant energy,
She shines her light.

And if that means attention,
from men, women, and those she’s meant to serve,
Then great.

She doesn’t stand down when she’s not treated right. 
She lets him know what she’s feeling
She holds the masculine accountable
to the action that he’s taken,
without blaming him. 

She calls him to respond,
and hold a higher standard
for himself and other men
as we move forward together.  

14 Ques­tions to ask a Reiki Mas­ter before choosing a Reiki Train­ing

by William Lee Rand

There are many peo­ple teach­ing Reiki classes now. Some are highly qual­i­fied and may be just the right teacher for you and oth­ers may not have the right en­ergy for your needs.

So, the ques­tion is of­ten asked about how to choose a Reiki teacher that is right for you. Here is a list of ques­tions to ask any Reiki mas­ter who you are think­ing about tak­ing a class from.

  1. How long have you been work­ing with Reiki?
  2. What train­ing have you had?
  3. How of­ten do you teach?
  4. How do you per­son­ally use Reiki? What is your lin­eage?
  5. Will this train­ing ini­ti­ate me into, or progress me within the Usui lin­eage? If not, then which lin­eage is it a part of?
  6. What qual­i­fi­ca­tions are re­quired to take Reiki Train­ing?
  7. What do you cover in your classes? How many hours of class time is in­cluded? How much time is in­struc­tional, and how much is hands on prac­tice?
  8. What are the spe­cific things I will be able to do af­ter tak­ing the train­ing?
  9. What are your fees, and will I re­ceive a cer­tifi­cate and a man­ual?
  10. Can I take notes and tape record the class?
  11. How many sym­bols will I learn?
  12. Is there a Reiki sup­port group in my area or can you help me es­tab­lish one?
  13. Will you openly sup­port me in be­ing a suc­cess­ful Reiki prac­ti­tioner or mas­ter?
  14. Do you have a pos­i­tive re­spect­ful at­ti­tude to­ward other Reiki prac­ti­tion­ers and mas­ters, re­gard­less of lin­eage or af­fil­i­a­tion?

Tests with sci­en­tific in­stru­ments in­di­cate that elec­tro­mag­netic fields ex­ist around the body and around each of the or­gans of the body. The heart, which has the strongest field, which has been mea­sured at a dis­tance of 15 feet from the body.

Fara­day’s law in­di­cates that one elec­tro­mag­netic field can in­duce cur­rents into a nearby con­duc­tor, through this process it in­duces a sim­i­lar field around it. In this way, a healer in­duces a healthy elec­tro­mag­netic field around an un­healthy or­gan, thus in­duc­ing a healthy state in the or­gan.

Be­lief vs. Sci­ence

The in­te­gra­tion of re­search sci­ence with com­ple­men­tary med­i­cine is a tremen­dously ex­cit­ing en­deavor, putting some ac­tual em­pir­i­cal ev­i­dence on the table for both sci­en­tists and scep­tics alike.

What is Reiki, re­ally?

There is a sci­en­tific ex­pla­na­tion for Reiki that is based on stud­ies and fac­tual in­for­ma­tion. This ex­pla­na­tion has been pre­sented as a re­pro­d­u­ca­ble hy­poth­e­sis by James Os­chman, Ph.D.

Dr. Os­chman is a sci­en­tist with a con­ven­tional back­ground who be­came in­ter­ested in the prac­tice of en­ergy med­i­cine. Through re­search, he dis­cov­ered a num­ber of im­por­tant sci­en­tific stud­ies that point to a sci­en­tific ba­sis for en­ergy med­i­cine based on the laws of physics and bi­ol­ogy. These find­ings are dis­cussed in an in­ter­view, “Sci­ence and the Hu­man En­ergy Field,” pub­lished on

The elec­tri­cal cur­rents that run through every part of the hu­man body pro­vide the ba­sis for Dr. Os­chman’s hy­poth­e­sis. These cur­rents are pre­sent in the ner­vous sys­tem, or­gans, and cells of the body. For in­stance, the elec­tri­cal sig­nals that trig­ger the heart­beat travel through­out all the tis­sues of the body and can be de­tected any­where on the body.

Am­pere’s law in­di­cates that when an elec­tri­cal cur­rent flows through a con­duc­tor, an elec­tro­mag­netic field is pro­duced that re­flects the na­ture of the cur­rent that cre­ated it. Tests with sci­en­tific in­stru­ments in­di­cate that elec­tro­mag­netic fields ex­ist around the body and around each of the or­gans of the body, in­clud­ing the brain, heart, kid­neys, liver, stom­ach, etc. The heart has the strongest field, which has been mea­sured at a dis­tance of 15 feet from the body.

The fields around each of the or­gans pulse at dif­fer­ent fre­quen­cies and stay within a spe­cific fre­quency range when they are healthy, but move out of this range when they are un­healthy. The hands of heal­ers pro­duce puls­ing elec­tro­mag­netic fields when they are in the process of heal­ing, whereas the hands of non-healer do not pro­duce these fields. When a healer places his or her hands on or near a per­son in need of heal­ing, the elec­tro­mag­netic field of the healer’s hands sweeps through a range of fre­quen­cies based on the needs of the part of the body be­ing treated. Fara­day’s law in­di­cates that one elec­tro­mag­netic field can in­duce cur­rents into a nearby con­duc­tor and through this process, in­duce a sim­i­lar field around it. In this way, a healer in­duces a healthy elec­tro­mag­netic field around an un­healthy or­gan, thus in­duc­ing a healthy state in the or­gan. For a more com­plete ex­plaina­tion, check out his ar­ti­cle.

On Self Love – Claire Anstey

JoyGasm is asking Conscious Leaders to share their practices of Self Love​ that help them stay strong, focused and powerful as they champion their mission to change the world. 

If you only had 10 minutes a day for Self Care, what would you DO?

Elena HarderJoyGasm Founder and Self Love Expert

When I read Claire's answer I seriously shouted so loud, "YES!" and then laughed so hard. I'm obviously a huge believer in orgasmic meditations (like JoyGasm), so I was so happy to see a woman like Claire come right out and say it.  Read below the rest of her interview which is awesome too! 

What is your take on self-love? Why is it important, and what's the most powerful way you've found to do it?

Self love is self acceptance.. None of us are perfect but the personal development craze has created even more pressure for us as we now often feel that we have to be perfect, think positive all the time and the pressure to be on “purpose” and change the world is massive. Its all nonsense. Self love is about listening to yourself and taking care of where you are right now.

Its important we send more love to our weaker and more venerable parts, so that those parts feel supported and safe. We should never try and hide from them or change them - we just need to support them with love and in time they will dissolve. There is of course a lot more to this but this is my short answer.

What is your biggest struggle in your relationships right now? How has that changed since you started learning about self-love?

So I am single.. My past has been quite tragic in this area over the last 10 years i lost someone through suicide and then when i feel in love again i found out he was leading a double life. I have had a lot of pain, blame and rejection issues to deal with because of these experiences.

Understanding about self love helped me realize that it was up to me to look after my self and understand myself more so that I could support myself. Psychotherapy really helped me release pain and understand my behaviour. I feel that getting therapy was a act of self love and i recommend that everyone does it.

I am now dating, I haven’t meet anyone I have deeply connected with but thats ok. It feels awesome to be able to meet people, enjoy their company and not get caught up on needing them to complete me. Don’t get me wrong I am human and hanging out with couples all the time would unsettle my wounds so I make sure that I always have lots of different types of friends and I make the effort to have a varied social life.

What's the most important skill you've learned to help you deal with the challenges of being in relationships?

Understanding the flow of male and female energy has been a game changer for me. The work of David Deida in particular totally reframed the way I look at dating and my own actions as a woman.

What has been the biggest unexpected challenge you've had in creating your great work in the world?

The biggest issue I have had is with dreamers and creatives. If you have too many working on a project nothing gets done. I never ever thought that this would be a issue, I thought it was the dreamers that helped move the world forward but their is a big difference between dreamers and achievers and it was a big eye opener for me.

Am I doing it right? What does meditation FEEL like?

When I meditated (been thinking of starting again) I felt nothing.
For me should be devoid of feeling.
It feels like calmness, escaping, nature, present,
gratitude, fizzing, vibrating, humming,
Here, acceptance, Conscious, breath, release, 
Peace, Being seen, heard and reflected upon, 
Mindfulness, centering, openness
That you would benefit from doing it,
rather than asking these questions,
is undeniable. 
like you have too much time on your hands,
rolling around on facebook, instagram, pintrest
flowing, scrolling, clicking, being.
A remembrance and reconnection with our divinity.
Unbelievable feeling of love, release and calm.
And yet a connection to soul that goes beyond words.  
Being Everywhere All at Once, Breathe

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