Monday, January 4, 2010


Happy New Year everyone!

This year is slated to be a year of growth for me, I've decided. Involved in this growth is an expansion of my website, where I now offer Usui Reiki attunements for those interested in learning the "original" form of Reiki healing. I also changed the Energy Healing Mentoring Program into the more streamlined Intuitive Development Coaching, which is greatly simplified into individual sessions.

I've also started a BlogTalkRadio show called Reiki Talk, which had its first broadcast last night. Here is the player so you can listen to the recording at your convenience.
I started the show to help people get introduced to Reiki, answer questions, and address specific topics pertaining to Reiki healing, such as Distance Healing, Reiki and Permission, Reiki and Angels, Reiki and Kids, Reiki and Teens, and more. There are call-in opportunities and a live chat going on during the show, so please tune in, participate, and enjoy. The show will air the first Sunday night of each month, at 11 pm EST. All will be available for listening afterward as well.

Those who subscribe to the Reiki Awakening Newsletter will also be receiving new weekly Reiki Tips emails with ideas for using Reiki, and special discounted courses or products featured on my website. To subscribe, enter your email at the bottom of my website. I welcome your feedback on the Newsletter, Reiki Tips, and Reiki Talk.

I am teaching locally, with more classes scheduled through March, at CHEMAM, and Insight Wellness for those in the Cleveland area. Local classes scheduled include: Reiki for Parents, Distance Healing, Kundalini Reiki, Reiki for Teens, Reiki for Nurses, and Usui Reiki. I'm also offering Reiki healing sessions and Intuitive Development Coaching at CHEMAM.

I really felt that it was time to move forward. Teaching Reiki is an important part of my life and my passion. I really believe it is my role to share this amazing energy with all who are open to learning about it. Although some of my family members and friends look at me with some skepticism, wondering if this career makes sense for me, or if it can be successful, I know in my heart it's what I'm meant to do. I'm moving ahead, finding ways to reach more people, and quietly and confidently continuing to walk this path. The emails I receive from people who have learned or received Reiki from me, and the students who thank me for the way Reiki has changed their life are the validation that this is right. I don't have an explanation for the strength of my conviction, other than the way that I feel a sense of joy when I've helped someone access this powerful energy. I'm a teacher, a gateway, to connect people with their powerful energy for balance and healing. Reiki is here for everyone, and all are capable of helping themselves and each other heal and be well. I wasn't aware, even 3 years ago, that this was who I am, but now I know. Funny that it took this long to develop, but life works in mysterious ways. Maybe I wasn't ready before, or maybe I was honing my teaching skills to lead up to this. Whatever the reason, I feel like I need to embrace this role, like I've finally discovered myself in it.

Thank you for being a part of my journey.


Anonymous said...

YAY got one of my IDs to work :D

I said before:

I'm sure your friends and family have your best interests at heart, they just want to make sure that you are well and the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow never ends.

But that's what Reiki is, it's your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and it NEVER ends because teaching is your life. It's who you are, you are a GREAT teacher and I'm sure (no I KNOW)you are going to do well in this field. It's your calling in life to spread the amazing world of Reiki to as many people as possible.

Here's a to a great teacher!!

Alice Langholt said...

Thank you, Krystal!

That means a lot to me, and I'm glad you can see the real me in here shining out. I'm blessed to call you my friend, student & colleague.

Love and light,

Whitney Jean said...

Hi! Great Blog! I became a Gendai Reiki Ho Shihan in October 2009, and have been really loving sharing Reiki light with new students!
I hope you'll check out my blog if you're interested in learning about Gendai Reiki Ho. It is blend of Traditional Japanese Reiki and Western Reiki.

Whitney Jean said...

I followed you too!

Anonymous said...

You are beautiful hun. Your energy radiates with a sparkley glow. Very strong indeed. I can see a lot of healing energy moving through you and touching many. God is blessing you. I love your blog, and also you. You're a great person Alice and you have tons of talent in so many areas, definitely gifted.
Sat Nam, **(-_-)**

Alice Langholt said...

Whitney Jean,

Thanks for your comment! Gendai Reiki Ho sounds very interesting! Reiki modalities are tools for working with Reiki energy, and I encourage all to learn the type(s) of Reiki that resonate with them.


Your loving comments are always appreciated. I think Reiki is a great gift to us all and I love sharing its discovery with people. That's who I am now. Wishing you all light and love dear!


Dia said...

Lovely post on the importance of teaching & ISN'T it great when our students share what's been happening since they were attuned??
I've been doing Reiki for ~ 20 years now, teaching since 1991, & your post/blog inspires me to think of others to work with! & perhaps a new venue for classes - thanks!

Alice Langholt said...


Thank you for commenting. I'm always glad when someone says they were inspired by something I write. I wish you joy and continued inspiration as you share your light with all you can.