Acupuncture

I wholeheartedly support community acupuncture. The business model and sliding scale pricing make healing accessible to all people. I have personally used both of these and absolutely love the warm, friendly staff. There is a special energy that comes from healing in a room with others. Community acupuncture clinics are everywhere, so if you don’t live in Phoenix or Portland, click here to search for one in your area.

Phoenix Community Acupuncture

Working Class Acupuncture

Apps

Insight Timer is a must-have for me. I love using the interval bells to signal when to move to the next position while I’m doing a treatment on myself. This app has grown leaps and bounds since I first got it in 2012, and there are many guided meditations, as well as groups available to make it more of a community. (If you want, join my new group Reiki Evolutionaries!)

My Reiki Box is the most convenient Reiki box there is! Add your intentions in the app, and every time you cup your phone, send Reiki to them.

Books

Abundance Through Reiki by Paula Horan
Reiki Universal Life Energy by Bodo J. Baginski and Shalila Sharamon
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
The Tapping Solution by Nick Ortner
Zero Limits by Joe Vitale

Websites

Reiki Rays offers daily content on Reiki and more. They have free ebooks and cover a wide range of philosophies. (I don’t agree with everything they publish, but I trust you to follow your own path.)

The Tapping Solution, where Nick Ortner has information to help you start tapping your troubles away.

Zero Wise and Ceeport for information about Ho’oponopono and cleaning tools from Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len.