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I highly recommend Grief Reiki for anyone with grief and loss issues...it is a gift you deserve to give yourself. Having such a compassionate guide through this work will help you get your "life" back on track so that you are free to be in the moment and truly love again.

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( Grief Support Group )

I had never had Reiki before but Grief Reiki described everything to me before my session. After it was over I felt wonderful. I'm sold on Reiki!

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( Reiki Session )

Thank you so much for your fabulous facilitation!

Client

( Grief Support Group )

My one hour Reiki session was just what I needed. Thank you Grief Reiki for making it such a relaxing and peaceful experience!

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( Reiki Session )

Many thanks for the amazing 8-week journey which I am sure has created an opening for true healing.

Client

( Grief Support Group )

Grief Reiki was an earth angel sent to me and was a rock to me when I needed it.

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Client

( Reiki and Grief Client )

What Grief Reiki offers is a blend of support group and a formal class. There is a textbook for the class (included in the cost) and homework to complete every week, but don’t let that intimidate or deter you. There is a clear process that Grief Reiki guides participants through and the steps are sequential and cumulative.

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( Grief Support Group )

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Cutting Cords

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