I taught a Nemeton Reiki Class this weekend which was great!So today I'll introduce you to Nemeton Reiki.
Nemeton Reiki came to me as I was trying to heal from relationship yuck. I was up at the conservatory in St. Paul soaking up plant energy when I looked up and saw a lady slipper. This flower had been introduced to me by my grandmother at our cabin at Hayward. I went up to the basket to look at it and I got a symbol for the energy it wanted me to use to share it's energy for healing. I then got a symbol for Star Gazer Lily who also wanted to be in on the sharing as well. I got to my car and wrote the symbols down and heard that I had to put together this system and tie in trees and flowers with my childhood. So then I was meditating and heard from the guides that I needed to tie in runes and my friend Vicky had talked to me and wanted to bring in a druid background into it.
As of today Nemeton Reiki is growing. Vicky is busy with classes in England and I'm still writing here and teaching. This week I channeled the master symbol for this energy system. The funny thing is, I was teaching class and I was reading the manual to the class and I was like hmmm, I don't remember writing that, guess it was channeled.
Anyway, I'm not sure where to go with this, but to tell you guys that this is an amazing energy system and the trees and flowers are just amazing.
If you are interested please see my website or please ask questions.
I will be up in Superior this weekend and down in Hartford the next weekend. Then I have a weekend of ghost investigating. So I hope to have some great stories for this blog.
Yes, I’ll admit it…I am Twitter challenged! Okay, maybe ‘challenged’ isn't quite the right word, but I am known for forgetting to play with my Twitter. I'm usually so busy I just forget I have one and therefore, it sits all neglected. Sad, I know.
Two wonderful gals at HP, Robin Renee Ray & Lyn Croft, try to remind me whenever they have the opportunity, to play with my Twitter! Robin has tried in vain to help me with my Twitter skills. Apparently, I need more help though. After almost a year, I’m still just not getting what to do with it. My New Year resolution was to play with my Twitter at least once every morning, trying to start the day off right! However, I’m slacking; it’s only been maybe once or twice a week since the start of the new year, that I've remembered my morning Twitter playing. Yeah, that ain’t really getting me anywhere now is it? I have thought of using a large post-it-note on my laptop that says "Did You Play with your Twitter this morning?"...you think that might work?
Tuesday, I was really amazed when, during a lunch break chat on Facebook, Robin & Lyn told me I could name my Twitter! It seems Robin refers to hers as “Tiny” and well, we never did find out what Lyn calls hers. Robin wanted to keep calling Lyn’s “Pot” for some reason. Lyn kept saying "no" though. Then those two crazy gals thought we should call mine “Hummer”. Now, I don’t know about you all, but I’m not sure I want my Twitter called ‘Hummer’. I’m not sure what kind of tweets would show up and that has me worried a little. Tweeter's can be pretty creative even with only 140 characters to use at one time. Yeah, soooooooo not using Hummer.
I know, with the help of my good friends Robin and Lyn, I will someday soon (hopefully) master my Twitter playing skills. They have been very patient with me, showing me what I need to do and how to get the best results possible and I really appreciate that! I’m so glad these two women have mastered what to do with their own Twitter’s and are willing to help me with mine. I’m looking forward to the day when I can handle my Twitter all on my own! I have heard practice makes perfect : )
So any time you think you have a spare moment, stop on by and show us your Twitter too! We're sharing ours, so please share your Twitter with us! We’re always looking for more people to tweet with. And who knows, with any luck and more instructions, I’ll become the master Twitterer I was meant to be!
If you have mastered your Twitter and have any suggestions to help me with my Twitter, or even maybe a catchy name for it, please leave a comment below. Lord knows I can use all the help I can get!
And yes, I REALLY AM TALKING ABOUT TWITTER ACCOUNTS! Really people...Get your minds out of the gutter! LOL