Kindle ebook at Amazon.com provides detailed information about Reiki, its up-to-date history, symbols and their uses, chakras, aura, how hand positions affect the body, step-by-step instructions for passing attunements, and more that you won’t find anywhere else. Great for novices wanting to satisfy their curiosity and for practitioners who want a deeper understanding, indepth knowledge, and creative uses for Reiki.
Published by Casa de Snapdragon, Albuquerque, NM. It may be purchased on Amazon. A young adult fantasy novel for ages nine to one hundred. Three children on their way to summer camp in northwest New Mexico don't think they know each other, but they discover that through time they have been chased by an evil woman. She wants their blood so she can stay young and their powerful connection to nature so she can control the world. When they get to camp, she's waiting for them!
This non-fiction book discusses the benefits of being around trees. It includes some of the author's experiences with trees. It also includes a variety of exercises for staying better grounded and balanced and for releasing challenging emotions. Also offered are 110 tools in eleven different categories that help us navigate life more easily.
This picture book for ages 5-10 tells the story of Katie and Francisco, who discover they can hear trees with their hearts. The friendship they develop with a cottonwood tree helps both them and the tree.
Book review from Taos News:
If I Were a Tree, What Would I Be?
By Margaret Cheasebro, illus. by Ayin Visitacion
Balboa/Hay House (2019, 21pp.)
"If I were a tree," Francisco, a young visitor to Grandfather Tree, tells his friend Katie, "I would know when you are sad and give you a hug with my branches."
The two are clambering on the huge cottonwood in the meadow together and contemplating the healing ways of nature.
"If I were a tree, I'd listen to your stories and laugh at the funny parts," Katie says.
Author Cheasebro, a reiki master and former elementary school counselor who lives in Farmington, imparts a simple, yet profound lesson, accompanied by bright, catchy illustrations: by observing, listening and empathizing, the ancient tree will "ground" one and provide safety.
Grandfather Tree is shown with a kindly, gnarled, wise face.
The children decide to visit the tree more often. "Can you feel that in your heart?" Francisco wonders. "The tree likes having us as friends."