The first time Anu gave me a Reiki session was a couple years ago. I’d been suffering from almost daily migraines, and had a host of other problems—but it was a long time ago, so I don’t remember what they were. (That’s part of the proof of Reiki’s efficacy: I can’t remember what they were.) I remember spending around an hour with her, and went in fairly skeptical of the whole process. I made the appt, a) because I really respect Anu and anything she does, and b) because I’d tried everything else to no avail. But I didn’t have high expectations. Thought I might be a little more relaxed or something.
But when the session came to a close, she gently told me to drink water, and to ground myself before driving home. It was very good advice. I felt something very difficult to put into words. I want to use the word “buzz” but it’s too coarse a word. If you could imagine what a “buzz” might feel, if it had been administered by the enlivening of your blood circulation, or by the nervous system suddenly coming online and giving you a gift…that would be what I was feeling. Before getting into my car, I took my shoes off and put my bare feet in the grass to get grounded afterward. Drove home and watched to see what would happen.
The results were quiet, gradual, and long lasting. I still get migraines on occasion, but only very rarely, and with less intensity. They would probably be gone altogether, if I would just keep receiving Reiki sessions. I highly recommend Anu’s Reiki practice. She is thorough, professional, completely present—and she follows up afterward. Don’t take my word for it, though. Just experience this for yourself. You’ll see.
Last month, we took one last vacation, driving up to Massachusetts for a four-day weekend. We had to leave our beloved dog, Tash, with a friend. He’s ancient, and has not only a heart condition and a collapsed trachea, he’s also got oral melanoma (what we were told was a very aggressive form of cancer). You would never know it, to look at him. He still plays and eats, and has his proper functions. He just is a little slower than he was before. We were three days into our vacation when we got a call that he’d had a seizure. We figured, “This is it,” and prepared ourselves for the worst. As we quickly regrouped and drove the four hours home, I called Anu to give him remote Reiki, thinking maybe it would at least ease his passage into the next realm. She immediately went to work.
When we arrived, he was completely fine (and has remained so throughout). Every one of us thought he was going to die that day—especially those present with him, who watched him go through it. But they said that shortly after it happened, he seemed to right himself. He never showed another symptom of trouble after that. In fact, the very next day, he was running in the park with us. He is still here, busting our chops, wanting to play, to eat, to have fun with us. I credit a significant portion of his healing to Anu’s skill at being a conduit for Reiki.
Also, this isn’t the first time she’s performed remote Reiki for Tash. He had some trouble last year, collapsed suddenly. Again, we thought it was over. But it wasn’t. We called Anu as we were taking him to our vet, and she did her thing. With the same amazing results. That’s why our first call was to Anu, while we were driving home from Massachusetts.
I still don’t understand what Reiki is; but I’m certain that because Anu opens her channels to it, to the energy that is there for all of us, and because she knows how to direct it to whoever needs it, something shifts and we see the effects right away. Thank you Anu! From all of us who love Tashie.