Reviews for The Reiki Teacher’s Manual
5 stars. “This was the perfect opportunity for me to learn more about Reiki, a topic I’ve wondered about for a long period. The explanations are made easy to understand, and I can see that any of the exercises could be incredibly helpful. It’s a quick read, but I think it’s a book you’d reach for again and again if you are a Reiki instructor.” — Sue Fernandez for NetGalley
5 stars. “This is a brilliant book on Reiki that really gets to the heart of the matter. It explains everything so well, and is suitable as a resource for teachers or as a book for students to read themselves. The diagrams are really helpful and I loved the exercises and meditations. I have read books on Reiki before this is one of the best and easiest to use. I will definitely be reading it again soon.” — JC Cross for NetGalley
5 stars. “What a fabulous book for anyone interested in Reiki or who already has Reiki as part of their life. It covers all areas for student, teacher and client. Beautifully written and very easy to read and understand. An absolute must.
I have read several Reiki books over the years and this is by far the easiest and well informed book on the subject.
Would highly recommend to all.” — Trudie Moore for NetGalley
5 stars. “An incredibly useful book on how to teach reiki, how to explain and that also aids the practitioner, the student and the teacher in understanding several concepts that can seem tricky. The meditations and exercises included will help as well, no matter what you use them for. It was love at first page! Although I was supposed just to peek and get a glimpse, I ended reading it all in just one sitting.” — Alan D.D. for NetGalley
“Having been interested in learning the art of healing the soul, the meaning behind reiki, I was so excited to see this book available on netgalley. This is a book to be read, re read and absorbed time and time again. Detailed illustration walk ya thru the process. I cannot wait to get my hands on a physical copy.” — Melissa Block for NetGalley
“Whilst I’m not quite a beginner in Reiki, I’ve never known how to expand things so that I can help pass on what I’ve learned to others and that’s what this title does for the reader, walking through everything from setting up being able to teach it to others but also helps you build your reputation through word of mouth and practices as a professional service.
It has good business practices within, helps you hone your own skills and also allows the reader access to teaching materials that will help you in your goal. Its professional and spoken to the reader with the authority of someone who has walked this walk and come out the other side.
Each reader will take various lessons away from each reading and with an easily accessible help section within alongside idea’s on how to put together good handouts for your clients all round makes this a title that will be read quite a few times.” — Gareth Wilson, Totally Pawsome blog
Reviews for Reiki and Your Intuition
5 stars. “Beautiful, beautiful book about Reiki. There are not many books out there on this subject. I like that author mixed real life stories with examples and practices of reiki with self-awareness blank pages for personal notes. I really appreciate chapter about emotional pain. I am going to enjoy this book for a long time.” — Monika Sadowski for NetGalley
5 stars. “Although this book was more about intuition than reiki, I found it to be one of the best books I’ve read for using intuition with energy healing. I can relate to the author in that I have practiced reiki extensively in the past, yet I have since moved on to using other energy healing modalities in addition to reiki.
As the author points out, there is much debate about the use of intuition in reiki, with some seeing it as useful and others arguing that intuition should have little if any place in reiki. This book will be of value to anyone who uses intuition in energy healing and/or everyday life.” — Louis Jackson for NetGalley
5 stars. “A lovely read. I really enjoyed reading this book, with it’s inclusive viewpoint about reiki (which aligns with my own view). I think it would be helpful to people who are needing to gain confidence in recognizing and trusting their intuitive abilities. It is an interactive book with space for answering questions throughout.” — Rose Grey for NetGalley
5 stars. “Another wonderful resource for my Reiki library. I found this a very interesting read, reinforcing my current teaching yet introducing some food for thought.” — Debby McNutt for NetGalley
5 stars. “Reiki and Your Intuition covers just how important the link between the two are and how to embrace it. This is helpful for broadening Reiki practitioners perspectives with clients, as well as expanding upon the original ideas of Reiki.” — Alexandrah Lane for NetGalley
“‘Reiki and Your Intuition’ by Tina M Zion A well written and wonderful book for the individual who is curious and or has a limited amount of knowledge of Reiki. In simple yet well set out steps the reader will delve into their own intuition and learn elementary information about the origin of Reiki as well as exploring their own energy force.
The reader will find the wisdom of the life force and how to apply the healing power to themselves as others. This book will inspire and perhaps lead the reader to attend a Reiki session and be surprised by the effect in their own life.
The book includes spaces to journal your own experiences and journey of Reiki.” — Shirley A. McElhaney for NetGalley
“This is a well detailed and thought out book that will be very useful for Reiki instructors. It shines a light on the importance of trusting your intuition and your Reiki practice.: – Jill Long (Educator), for NetGalley
Reviews for Become a Medical Intuitive
“Very well presented and informative book. Factual accounts about dis-eases, healing and reading people presented in a very readable way.” – Irene McIntosh (Bookseller)
5 stars. “Very informative, clearly explained and an exciting book that definitely can help to open your mind to the possibilities of learning about and using the intuition that we all seemingly possess.” – Nancy C. (Media Professional)
5 stars. “Very interesting. I really liked how easy this was to read, and how well explained the exercises given were. Very good information.” – Cheryl Briggs for NetGalley